Light winds delayed racing until the seabreeze filled in at 3:45 pm. A and B divisions raced in a combined fleet, resulting in 20 boats on the line. Five races were sailed in SSW winds of 8-11 knots, very flat water. Modified WL courses were sailed, averaging 18-20 minutes in length.
Better winds today with the approach of a cold front, averaging 13-16 knots, with a few gusts to 24. Very shifty direction as the venue was moved to inside Bayboro Harbor. Races 6 through 16 were run using Olympic and WL courses. A few capsizes, no breakdowns, no protests, and two OCS. H
uge thanks to the USF coed sailors who helped run the event, and to all the competitors for making the event a success. Consensus was that having 10 teams and running A and B together in the 20 boat fleet was great for this early season regatta.
Congratulations to Stanford for winning, with Navy and Charleston finishing a close 2nd and 3rd.
|2||U. S. Naval Academy||Midshipmen||97||131||228|
|3||College of Charleston||Cougars||107||126||233|
|5||University of Hawaii||Rainbows||120||170||290|
|6||University of South Florida||Bulls||117||224||341|
|7||University of Miami||Hurricanes||164||252||416|
|8||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||180||252||432|
|*||9||University of Washington||Huskies||214||256||470|
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