Only three races were completed in a 3-4 knot SSE breeze in the morning. Race 3B was abandoned at the leeward gates, and teams sent ashore. On shore postponement until 2:30pm. Racers got out onto the course as the wind was still filling and settling into a southerly direction. At 3:15pm racing resumed, and the sailors were treated to a typical building afternoon seabreeze, topping out at 10 knots. Special thanks to Zach from NY Maritime, Max from Christopher Newport, and Rob from Princeton for sticking around to hear 2 breakdown requests and 2 protests. Photos from the event will be available on "Kings Point Dinghy Team" on Facebook this week.
Fogged in until 1230, the sailors enjoyed some cornhole, and other social activities at the Yocum Sailing Center. Once on the water with A-Div in FJs and B-Div in 420s, the wind took nearly an hour to settle in. The RC had set courses for NNW, N and NNE breezes, then a big shift to the WSW and some time for the breeze to settle down finally from the S. Four races today in A and B divisions to end the regatta at 3pm with 12 races total. No breakdowns and no protests heard today. Congratulations to the six teams that qualified for the America Trophy! Very special thanks to the USMMA-KP midshipmen who gave up their weekend to help run this regatta! Remember, photo of KP boats will be on our FB page right away. Visiting team photos will be available around mid-week. Please visit "Kings Point Dinghy Team" on Facebook to see if Andrea Watson posted any shots of your team!
|1||Christopher Newport University||Captains||70||42||112|
|4||SUNY Maritime College||Privateers||59||98||157|
|6||SUNY Stony Brook||Seawolves||119||57||176|
|7||University of Maryland||Terps||80||97||177|
|9||William and Mary||Tribe||65||121||186|
|10||University of Virginia||Wahoos||102||88||190|
|14||Stevens Institute of Technology||Ducks||114||154||268|
|15||U. S. Merchant Marine Academy||Mariners||173||170||343|
|16||Rochester Institute of Technology||Tigers||186||185||371|
The following chart shows the relative rank of the teams as of the race indicated. Note that the races are ordered by number, then division, which may not represent the order in which the races were actually sailed.
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