What a great day to be on the Thames River. The Breeze was WSW 8-10knts for most of the day. It went SW and picked up to 10-14knts for about 2 hrs and then slowly started to clock to the right to Finish at WSW 6-8knts. It was a Team effort with Conn providing RC, motorboats and our New Full colored Sails and CGA providing 2 fleets of sailboats, motorboats and their building to rotate from. Thanks to the Camel Undergrads that ran the RC and managed Teach Score. Thanks to John Moulthorp for judging today.
Redress Hearing - We will have a Redress Hearing on Sunday at 10;15. A few Teams are requesting Redress for the Races that they Sailing FJ #17.
Sunday Report time 10:00am, First Race 10:45
The started out with a class action redress hearing against boat 17. It was determined the mast on 17 was bent below the deck and all that sailed it would be rewarded.
The Wind was WSW 6-8 knts. The RC was hopeful for a Sea-breeze that would not arrive until after 3PM. We did what we could and sailed in a light WSW and W. The last race was sailed in a W 10-14kts. Thanks to John Mouthorp that umpired today. Big Thank you to the Camel Sailors that rotated on RC on their off sets. A special Thank you to CGA and especially Doug Clark that helped and advised all weekend and Brian Swingly for helping with Tech score.
|2||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Engineers||95||86||74||255|
|3||College of Charleston||Cougars||83||79||94||256|
|8||U. S. Coast Guard Academy||Bears||87||156||111||354|
|9||St. Mary's College of Maryland||Seahawks||142||113||121||376|
|10||Roger Williams University||Hawks||107||147||129||383|
|11||George Washington University||Colonials||117||138||133||388|
|12||Bowdoin College||Polar Bears||125||150||123||398|
|13||Dartmouth College||Big Green||134||124||143||401|
|14||Old Dominion University||Monarchs||186||84||141||411|
|15||Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Statesmen||159||147||127||433|
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