What's New? By Tim Finkle: Our team is a bit spread out this week as activity is starting to ramp up. As we inch closer to spring, the schedule starts to get jam packed. Right now Rick Lenard is down in South Florida working the Miami Boat Show, Jim Egloff is in New Jersey picking up a new Beneteau First 25 and Don is in Rhode Island showing boats at the Alerion/USWatercraft plant. If you are going to be at the show this week and want to meet up with Rick to see a Beneteau, he would be more than happy to do that. Rick can be reached at 716-472-4702 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Be sure to check out the Stories & Articles section again this week. Adam Burns is back with Part 2 of his J88 Key West recap.
Where's the ice? By Rick Lenard: Here we are Feb 15th and there's no ice on Lake Erie. Next week's temperatures are predicted in the mid to high 40's! That means that the week of Feb 20th, 3/4's of the way through the month there will still be no appreciable ice on the Lake. It's looking like we will have an early spring, YEAH! What does this mean for you? Docks and moorings will be in sooner rather than later, working on your boat won't be like standing near the freezer door was left open, lake water temps will be warmer throughout the summer and should there be one last blast of winter, the skiers will have some snow from the lake effect! March 12th we set the clocks ahead one hour. It's highly unlikely that the lakes will freeze over so enjoy winter while you can because spring and boating is just around the corner! https://coastwatch.glerl.noaa.gov/modis/modis.php?region=e&page=1&template=sub&image=t1.17045.1537.LakeErie.143.250m.jpg
Tonight!! - Ullman and Buffalo Maritime Center Partner for a Seminar: Hey Buffalo Sailors! Come join us at the Buffalo Maritime Center for our Winter Sailing Seminar. Check out this post. Come on out, talk sailing, and checkout the BMC.
Ullman Sails/Buffalo Maritime Center Sailing Seminar.
Who: Dan Elliott from Ullman Sails Cleveland/Buffalo with Roger Allen and Brian Trzeciak from the Buffalo Maritime Center....
What: An introduction to the BMC. Discuss Sails and their construction and use for various boats. Discuss rig tuning in general and a Q&A period.
Where: The Buffalo Maritime Center
90 Arthur Street
Buffalo, NY 14207
When: 7 PM until 9 PM on Wednesday February 15th
How: General discussion and PowerPoint presentation.
Why: So we can talk sailing in the off season. Education. Familiarize ourselves with a great resource that is the BMC
Mike Ingham Wins J24 Midwinters, Travis Odenbach was 2nd: From Sailing Scuttlebutt: Indian Harbour Beach, FL (February 12, 2017) – Mike Ingham earned his first J/24 Midwinter Championship, topping the 31-boat fleet after eight races. Going into the final day, Ingham and Travis Odenbach’s Honeybadger was initially tied on points but a scoring penalty was later posted, leaving Odenbach with 29 points and second place. Both John Mollicone’s Helly Hansen and Carter White’s Sea Bags Sailing Team also tallied 29 points, with Mollicone clearing the tie-breaker for third place. Will Welles’ Bogus captured the fifth position with 41 points.
When the wind failed to develop today, the results from the previous two days became final. “It was really hard to be consistent,” shared Ingham. “It was too shifty. If you got out of phase, it was really hard to get back.” Ingham, sailing with Tucker Gilliam (bow), Scott Smith (mast), Scott Griffin (tactics) and Paul Abdullah (trimmer), received the Lambert Lai Trophy, named in honor of the previous USJCA President who passed away in 2014 and also raced in the Rochester, NY fleet. Team Tarheel was previously led by Peter Bream, who died last October. Ingham has sailed the boat for the last two regattas. “The fun thing about this is it’s the Tarheel team, which was really Peter getting these guys sailing when they were younger,” explained Ingham. “I had this feeling that I needed to do him proud. And I don’t mean winning. I mean just being a sportsman because that’s the way he was.”
Final Results (Top 10 of 31; 8 races, 1 discard)
1. Tarheel, Mike Ingham[P], Rochester Canoe Club, 1-3--1-2-2-9-5- ; 23
2. Honeybadger, Travis Odenbach[P], Rochester yacht club, 2-1-5--5-11/SCP-1-4- ; 29T
3. Helly Hansen, John Mollicone[P], Sail Newport, 5-5/RDG-4--4-1-3-7- ; 29T
4. Sea Bags Sailing Team, Carter White[P], Portland Yacht Club, 6-5-2-4-3-6--3- ; 29T
5. Bogus, Will Welles[P], MDICSC, 14-2-1-6--9-7-2- ; 41
6. Lifted, Evan Petley-Jones[P], RNSYS, 4-6-7-8--3-4-10- ; 42
7. Long Shot, John Poulson[P], DIYC, 15-11--2-1-10-5-1- ; 45
8. Jesus Lizard, Daniel Borrer[P], Borrer Yacht Racing, 3-4-12--6-4-10-12- ; 51
9. BASH, Ron Medlin[P], Waccamaw Sailing Club, 8-12-13--8-13-6-9- ; 69
10. Muy Muy, Patricio Sly[C], US Sailing Miami, 13-8-9-7-13--11-14- ; 75
Ingham and Team Tarheel
Travis Odenbach on Honeybadger
Mike Ingham of Rochester NY Named US Sailing’s National Coach of the Year: Mike Ingham has found success at multiple levels of sailing during a career that has included time as a high-level competitor, coach and sailmaker. The winner of over 20 continental and U.S. national one-design titles, Ingham made his name in the Olympic and grass-roots areas of the sport in classes such as the J/24, Thistle, JY15 and Tornado. Despite his diverse list of experiences in sailing, Ingham has stated that his most rewarding task to date came as the US Sailing's Team's Paralympic Sonar coach for the two-year period leading up to the Rio 2016 Games. Years of careful preparation, extensive overseas travel and general hard work resulted in a Para Sailing World Championship title and the silver medal at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games for American Sonar athletes Rick Doerr (Clifton, N.J.), Brad Kendell (Tampa, Fla.) and Hugh Freund (South Freeport, Maine.).
Buffalo Canoe Club Hosts Championships: The BCC is known as one of the chief supporters of one design sailing in the region and has produced World, North American and National champions over a period of many years. They also turned out at least one Olympian, our good friend Jack Mathias (Flying Dutchman, 1976). Dave Starck says “We are always filling the ‘regatta pipeline’ with one design regattas in classes our members compete in. Looking into the future, in 2018, BCC is hosting the O’pen BIC North Americans and the Lightning North American Championship in 2019. We will continue to add other regattas to compliment these.
In 2017 BBC is hosting:
June 25-26 Lightning Canadian Open/Lake Erie Districts (combined regatta)
July 24-28 Club 420 North American Championship
August 25-27 Laser Master North American Championship
J/Fest 2017 Great Lakes Regatta: The inaugural Great Lakes J Fest Regatta is happening at ABYC July 20-21. Although it is a One Design Regatta we will be holding a PHRF division for those J boats that don’t have a full fleet for their own start. Please go to abyc.on.org for more information.
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NOR for Great Race & U.S. match Racing Championship Qualifier:
U.S. J/70 Youth Championship Update: The first annual U.S. J/70 Youth Championship will take place concurrent with the J/FEST New England Regatta from August 11th to 13th on beautiful Narragansett Bay. The event will be hosted by the famous crew at SAIL NEWPORT, Newport, Rhode Island and hosted at their extraordinary facility at Fort Adams State Park.
Interest has been strong from various youth teams across the country; with crews already gearing up for the J/70 Midwinters in St Petersburg, FL, hosted by St Petersburg YC and also the Helly Hansen San Diego NOOD Regatta, hosted by San Diego YC in San Diego, CA.
The goal of this event is to help develop and build leading-edge junior keelboat sailing programs across America. The winning club of this event will get "free” usage of a fully equipped International J/70 one-design class sailboat, with sails and trailer, provided "free of charge” by J/Boats, to the winning sailing club and its membership for twelve months.
The U.S. J/70 Youth Championship (USJYC) is open to eleven (11) Youth Teams representing US Sailing recognized Sailing Clubs or Organizations. Sailing clubs may enter more than one youth team per event, but may only qualify one team for the USJYC championship in Newport, RI.
The 11 Youth Teams will compete on eleven brand new J/70 Class sailboats with class sails (main, jib, spinnaker) that comply with J/70 Class rules. The boats will be identically rigged and tuned at “base settings” that are recommended by the sailmaker.
Pontos Winches at Miami Strictly Sail Show at Bayfront: We recently sold a J88 to a long time customer and friend Bernie Blum. He had raced for a long time out of Buffalo and has since moved away. He wrote to us about one of his latest endeavours as a managing partner of a winch company called Pontos. We asked him to send us some information to share. I have personally seen these at a boat show and thought they were really cool and work very well. From Bernie:
"We are exhibiting with our partner Mark Wood of UK International in the next booth. (http://www.strictlysailmiami.com/show-info) -Booth # 1031. Pontos Winches are the only available genuine four speed winches. The winches shift gears first by reversing handle direction, just like any other winch. Then as the load increases, the winch automatically senses the higher load and clicks into a higher gear. The Grinder is for the racing sailor who values fast hoists and trims. The Grinder is five times as fast as a two speed winch while delivering the same power. The Trimmer is for the serious cruising sailor who wants to be able to use a bigger sail without extra effort. Both winches are mounted on our demonstrator, the Trimmer demonstration shows how one hand with 15 pounds of handle pressure develops 1200lbs of sheet tension. The Grinder pulls in 2 plus feet of line with every turn of the handle, spinning out line at a dizzying pace. Both the beefy competitive sailor and their more petite companions can show off their ability. The Pontos winches were developed in France. Since their introduction in 2014, they have won wide acceptance in the racing and cruising community. Notable successes include shorthanded trans-ocean races like the Route du Rhum and Transat Bakerly. Victories in those races demonstrate not just their ability to perform, but their durability. At the other end of spectrum, the leaders in the Six Meter class are using the Pontos winches to eke out those necessary precious few seconds which make the difference in one design racing. Our video (www.pontosvideos.com) shows the demonstrator in action and delivers a moving powerful testimonial from Thibaut, the winner of the 2016 Transat Bakerly. Lots more information on our website www.pontos-americas.com."
Hospice Regattas: Please take note of the local Hospice Regattas on Lake Ontario. These are fun events and for a great cause.
Niagara Hospice Regattas will be Saturday June 10, 2017. The Niagara Hospice Regatta in Youngstown will be a one day series of sprint races with the winner qualifying to represent YYC at the Hospice Nationals. The date is June 10 and racing will be over in plenty of time before the Commodore's Ball that evening. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Sunset House Hospice Regatta in Rochester, Saturday, August 19th, Sunday, August 20th - Rochester Race: Our annual Sunset House Hospice Regatta is the same time every year. This year the regatta will be held at the Rochester Yacht Club on August 19th: The Rochester Hospice Regatta 2017 is a three-race series for PHRF- rated Spinnaker and PHRF-rated Genoa Only (GO) fleets. . The overall winner of the Spinnaker Fleet will earn an invitation to the National Hospice Regatta.
2017 Toronto Area Hospice Regatta (TAHR): We received the following from friend Richard Reid. It will be held on June 24-25. See the link to register here:
J70 Canadian Championship at PCYC Hospice: J70 Canadians at PCYC this June during our Hospice regatta. Website is tahr.ca.
June 9-11, 2017 Great Race and Richardson Cup Qualifyer: Great Lakes International Challenge Cup, Past Commodore IRA G. ROSS GREAT RACE for the James H. Righter Trophy. This is also the US SAILING Qualifying Event For the United States Match Racing Championship, Buffalo Yacht Club, Buffalo, New York, USA.
Toronto North U. Rules & Tactics Seminar, Saturday, April 1, 2017
Check-in: 8:30am Seminar: 9am – 4:30pm
You can’t play the game if you don’t know the rules. The North U Rules & Tactics Seminar covers the racing rules (new & old) and related tactics in a case-based curriculum so you’ll understand your rights, obligations and tactical options in every situation. Join instructor Geoff Moore for this popular seminar at NYC. Online registration through North U. or call 203-245-0727.
We've Got Parts! We want you to be aware that we are Yanmar and Westerbeke dealers and we stock parts for these engines along with various other manufactures, plus we have parts in stock for Atomic Four gas engines. In addition, we have a variety of other small parts in stock such as fasteners, electrical parts, assorted tape, paint, etc. All of these are at our Buffalo yard, with a smaller supply in Youngstown (though we can get it ordered). Check with our yard manager Darren Wright in Buffalo 716-572-2312 or email@example.com. If you are closer to Youngstown try Jim Egloff at 716-525-3228 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We are not a ship's store so we do not stock broader market goods that you would find at West Marine or Obersheimer's, we carry what we need to service boats and will gladly sell to the public. Give us a call.
Stories and Articles:
Key West RW on a J/88 Part 2, by Adam Burns: As Key West Race Week fast approached Kris Werner and I discussed what the realistic goals were for the week. One of the biggest goals was to improve as a team as the week progressed. We knew from the list of competitors that this was going to be one tough fleet. We needed to get up to speed as a team ASAP. Fortunately, we all made it in on the Friday and we set a schedule to have two good productive days of sailing.
Saturday was a good day on the water managing our crew movements and weight placement on the rail. The breeze was nearing 15-20 knots and the boat felt very stable driving even when going through some steep chop. A key was to be in constant communication with the main trimmer, Kris. We would go through a few more reps, take a break, debrief a bit as a team on the water and once we felt pretty confident for the day, we went in to see what Sunday's practice would bring.
During the planning process for Key West, Kris Werner reached out to Farley Fontenot, who is the executive Vice President of Quantum Sail Design, to see if he had a few minutes on Sunday (he was coaching a very successful C&C 30 team) to zip on over and look at our setup while sailing. Farley motored right behind us in a tender for a few minutes and while motoring coached the “Hijinks” team, giving us some very useful tips to the whole crew. He went through all of the positions and that would prove valuable for the week. Farley also took pictures and shared them with us so we could see what he was looking at. A great 10-15 minutes on the water with Farley proved to be very successful. I have had the opportunity to be coached by Farley on other Quantum teams over the years and he a great resource as an on and off the water coach.
Another great resource for us was to setup a tuning partner for the week, not just a day or two. Kris reached out to his colleague Karl Felger who runs the Cleveland Quantum Sails loft and was sailing with Ryan Rhulman on the J/88 Spaceman Spiff. Knowing that this team has never lined up against another J/88, we met up on the water for some two boat training on Sunday. It is important to not only have a tuning partner, but one that you trust and that is open and honest with you. Kris was very open to Karl on Spaceman Spiff in regards to our settings and other relevant information and the same was true with Karl and their team. This proved to be huge for both teams as we motored out relatively close to each other each day and then devised a game plan pre-race. On one of the days, the teams knew it was going to be a shifty day so both teams decided before racing to sail on opposite tacks for 5 minutes and then tack. We both tacked simultaneously to see who would cross who. On this day the exercise helped not only to which side was favored but how the tide was running on our course.
As we motored out to the racecourse on Day 1, we had two solid days of practice under our belt. The theme of the day was to keep it simple. This also became our theme the whole week. Due to the limited amount of sailing we had together as a team we really focused on our respective jobs. Feedback was essential from all positions after racing each day, going in to have our wrap-up debrief. One question I asked each day to the crew from the drivers perspective, was how I can help the team? There was some great feedback. My thinking, being a driver, is if I can make someone's job a bit easier on the boat then I'm all for it. Communication from all positions was very important and proved to be all week long. The whole team was on the same page all of the time and it started the first day of practice.
The first few days provided some fun to be on the upper end of the # 2 jib. From a skippers perspective the rudder had a lot of bite. Again, key to making this happen was constant communication to Kris on the main. I made sure all the time to tell Kris how the rudder was feeling or how I was driving. Phil and Peter did an amazing job helping me navigate the short and choppy waves. Between Peter and Phil, it was great to hear the information we wanted on wind and waves. From this info, I would tell Kris what mode I'm going into for the waves and wind when driving. Kris along with Kevin would adjust the sails according to the conditions at that time, which made my driving much easier. Going downwind, Kevin also trimmed the chute and kept constant information flowing on how he felt. From the skipper’s perspective, I like constant information to help me drive. I would let him know if I made any tiller adjustments up or down. The boat had a lot of stability and we worked as a team to have a constant heel angle upwind and downwind. This was done a lot by moving our weight. As the week progressed, the wind started to lighten up. Wednesday in particular was a lighter day and we used the # 1 jib. Knowing we did not hoist this sail the previous days we made a point to leave the dock early. Again, team Spaceman Spiff and team Hijinks shared setup info on the water before racing started.
Every morning I was sounding like a broken record to the morning pre-race plan when I said “let's keep it simple”. I think even one morning Kris anticipated my comments and told the crew out to the race course “let's keep it simple, right Adam??”.
Again, as I said before, Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Over the course of the week it was great to only think about the sailing aspect of the regatta. We did not have waste time lamenting about things that should have done months ago. The proper planning was done.
As for sailing the J/88, I loved driving it so much, let's just say the tiller did not leave my hand from the time we left the dock until we came in each day!
Team Hijinks really appreciates Spaceman Spiff being our pre-race training partner for the whole week. We also want to give a big team Thank You to Don/Tim/Jim at RCR Yachts for helping in all respects. But most of all to Laura for trusting the whole team and the shore crew to make it one unforgettable week!!!
RCR Buffalo Travelift Project, by Darren Wright: For the past two months you’ve been hearing about the upgrades we are doing to our travelift. The new winches we have installed are designed to offer both an increase in speed as well as safety. Andy Lopez and Ed Roseman have been tasked with this project and their expertise and attention to detail is evident. Both have backgrounds working in the aviation industry, so they understand the importance of doing things right. To get an idea of the magnitude of this job, here is a brief breakdown of the steps involved.
We unbolted the old winches, disconnecting all the hydraulic lines going to them. There are 4 winches total which allow us to lift each corner independently. The steel brackets had to be torched and ground off to make room for the new mounting platforms.
The new mounting platforms had to be welded by a certified welder, so we brought in an outside company. These platforms had to be welded in a specific place, so the correct measurement was critical. Once in place, we test mounted the winches to double check our measurements before the final welding process. Each weld had to have 3 layers of weld to be structurally sound, and then we could do the final welding. This was time consuming as the winches, weighing close to 1000lbs had to be lifted in place by crane each time.
With the winches now mounted up, we could start to replace the hydraulic tubing and hoses. We had decided that we would replace all the tubing and hoses as most are original. No point in having a weak link. The tubing had to be measured to correct lengths and most have custom bends in them. A hydraulic tubing bender was used to match the existing bends. Next we used a scissor lift to get to the top of the lift and remove the existing tubing. With the new tubing in place, they were able to get custom made hoses to join the tubing to the winches. All the tubing and hoses had to be joined together with special flare fitting. I think we may have purchased around 40 or so. These are time consuming and fatiguing to put together, as they need to be extremely tight to avoid leaks.
Once all the hydraulic lines and hoses where hooked up, it was time to flush the system and install new fluid. Now we needed to check for leaks and proper operation. This was the first time that we saw the new winches in action and we were impressed with the speed and quietness of these winches. This upgrade is going to make a huge difference in our lifting operation.
Right now the guys are putting the final touches on this upgrade. While we may have been able to use our existing winch cables, we decided to replace these while we had the scissor lift rented. This is a matter of removing the old cables and properly installing the new cables. The important part of this is making sure the attachment of the cable to the lift/winches is done correctly. Our lift uses a system with wedges that jam against the cable as the weight is applied. This is a critical step as you can imagine.
I couldn’t be more pleased with how this project is coming together. A special acknowledgement to Andy and Ed, for without them and their knowledge, we could not have taken on this job ourselves. I hope this information was interesting and it really showcases some of the talent that we have working at RCR.
Featured Performance Used Boats:
Let RCR Find Your Next Boat, or Sell Your Existing One!
Selected listings only, see http://www.rcryachts.com/used for full list:
Featured Performance Used Boats:
40’ Beneteau First 40.7 1999 “Silver Bullet” Beautiful Silver Awlgripped hull with many racing upgrades, custom cradle and full winter cover included, Rochester, NEW LISTING $109,500
40’ Shock 40 2001 “Paradigm” Canting Keel, Can set up as masthead or fractional rig, Rudder & Forward Canard, Rochester, REDUCED $77,900
Schock 40 2001
40’ R-Class 40 1927 “Archer” Classic Style Yacht. Recently painted topsides and new non-skid deck. Engine and tanks removed and replaced with new electric motor and batteries. Race winning record and ready for a new owner, Toronto, $34,900
38' C&C 38-1 1975 "Boat" NEW LISTING Buffalo, 16,900
38’ C&C 38-1 1976 “Foxfire”, NEW LISTING Rochester, $23,900
C&C 38-1 1976
38’ Sabre 386 2005 “Encore”, a very special example of one of Sabre’s better designs. Encore was specially built and has a one-of-a-kind package of custom features that make it an excellent dual-purpose yacht. Race competitively and enjoy the gorgeous varnished cherry interior. What makes Encore special? She has a taller carbon mast with rod rigging, a saildrive engine, deep keel, mainsheet traveler moved to the cockpit with twin sheet winches, all factory installed for the original owner and unique to this one vessel. She is equipped with adjustable genoa leads, spinnaker gear, rod vang, backstay adjuster, and is set up to race with recent sails. Just reduced to $199,000, by far the best value on the used Sabre market today. Quality finish, Jim Taylor design, sturdy construction, handsome lines, this is a true yacht in every sense of the word. You can win with this boat at PHRF-LO 96 (117 NFS).
Buffalo, $199,000 Sabre 386 "Encore" 2005
37' Tripp 37 1987 "Kamikaze" Many Quantum Sails, Ockam Electronics, Yanmar Diesel, REDUCED $34,900
36’ Frers F3 1982 “Abino Hawk” The F3 is a handsome boat that performs well across a span of conditions, Buffalo, $23,900
36’ Beneteau First 36.7 2002 “Black Pearl” Knot, Depth, Wind, Autopilot, GPS, Stereo, VHF, RAM, Dodger, Winter Cover, Harken Furler, Spinnaker Gear, Folding Prop, Shore Power, H/C Pressure with Shower, Propane Stove/Oven, Lots of Sails, New Head & Batteries in 2015, Refrig, Rigid Vang, Buffalo, REDUCED $79,900
Beneteau First 36.7 2002
36’ Sabre 362 2000 “Sapphire” Bottom stripped & coated with Epoxy, Navy Blue hull professionally painted, Wing keel, Chartplotter, Autopilot, Dodger, Custom winter cover, Racing and cruising sails, Varnished cherry interior, Buffalo, NY, REDUCED $149,900
Sabre 362 2000
36’ Sabre Spirit 36 2007 “Walkabout” SOLD
35’ C&C MKIII 1984 "Second Wind" Auto Pilot, newer upholstery, Dodger, new mast step, Fresh Water boat, Yanmar Diesel, Sodus Point, $38,900
C&C 35-3 "Second Wind 1984
35’ C&C MKIII 1987 “Top Priority” NEW LISTING One of the latest examples of this very popular racer-cruiser model, Fully Outfitted, Dodger, Bimini, B&G Electronics, One Owner, Very Clean, Rochester, $43,500
C&C 35-3 "Top Priority" 1987
35’ Schock 35 1991 “Glory”, NEW LISTING Nicely equipped, Many upgrades, Erie, $41,900
Schock 35 1991
33’ Soverel 33 1983 “Ghost” is a fast PHRF Racer, 2011 Honda 9.9Hp 4 Stroke Motor, Rigged to Race and Win, Fast PHRF racer, Erie PA REDUCED to $12,900
33’ Flying Tiger 10M FT10 2007 SOLD
30’ Newport 30 MK III 1985, Shoal 4.0’ Draft, Roller Furling, Dodger, 22 HP Universal Diesel, Cruising Spinnaker, $21,900, Brockport NEW LISTING
28’ S2 8.5 1982 “Dolce Vita” Diesel, Roller Furling, Tiller with Pilot, New Sails, Custom Covered with mast down, Clean boat!, Buffalo, NY, REDUCED to $14,400
23 J/70 #191 2013 NEW LISTING Trailer, Torqeedo Motor, Quantum Sails, Erie, PA, $39,900
23’ J/70 #159 2013 “Torqeedo” REDUCED North Sails, Waterline Performance Bottom, Load Rite Trailer, All Racing Upgrades, Musto FWG, Padded Covers, Hull/Mast/Deck Covers for Travel, Good race record. Connecticut, $42,900
J/70 #159 "Torqeedo" 2013
22’ Etchells #1220 New Spin pole in 2013, and new boom in 2008. Has been competitive in 2008 and 2012 worlds, Jaguar, and fleet 11 championships. Double-Axle trailer is extremely road-worthy. Tack-tick compass, Mast-up cover, trailering top-cover and mast cover, many sails (North and Doyle), plus spares of just about everything from tillers to shrouds, to sheets. Chicago, NEW LISTING $25,000
Etchells 22 #1220
Let RCR Find Your Next Boat, or Sell Your Existing One: Once in a while we need to remind our readers that we are actually in business. It is nice to provide a service to the sailing community and hopefully our readers will remember us when it comes time to buy or sell a boat. We do know what we are talking about!
To add your event to the Calendar write to Don Finkle at email@example.com and Tim Finkle at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Note that dates have been known to change so you should always check any event’s website for final scheduling!
Regatta Calendars: these two sites are good sources of dates too.
2017 Racing Calendar:
Jan 15-20 – Quantum Key West Race Week, Storm Trysail, KW, FL
Feb 4-5 – Quantum J70 Winter Series 3, Davis Island YC, Tampa FL
Feb 17-19 - St. Petersburg NOOD at St. Petersburg Yacht Club
Feb 23-26 – Quantum J70 Midwinter Championship, St Petersburg YC
Feb 24-26 – Etchells Midwinters, Biscayne Bay YC
Mar 1-3 - Thistle Midwinters East Regatta, St Pete FL
Mar 5-6 - Viper 640 Winter Cup, Miami FL
Mar 5-11 – Bacardi Miami Sailing Week, Miami FL
Mar 18-21 – Lightning Winter Championship, St Petersburg YC
Mar 23-25 – Lightning Midwinter Championship, Miami FL
Mar 24-26 – J/22 Midwinter Championship, Southern YC, New Orleans LA
Apr 13-16 – Easter Regatta, Columbia Sailing Club, SC
Apr 20-23 – Sperry Charleston Race Week, Charleston SC
Apr 29-30 – Lightning Spring Championship, Columbia SC
May 5-7 – Annapolis NOOD, Annapolis YC
May 19-21 – J24 US National Championship, Corinthian YC, Seattle WA
May 28 - Port Weller Race, NOLSC/YYC
May 26-28 – J24 North American Championship, Houston YC, TX
May 27-28 – 2017 Shark Trillium, Toronto, Ontario
Jun 1-4 – Bayview One Design, Detroit MI
Jun 2-3 - Susan Hood Race NOLSC/YYC
Jun 3-4 - Cedar Point One Design, CPYC
Jun 9-11 – Chicago NOOD, Chicago YC
Jun 11 - Niagara Hospice Regatta, YYC/NOLSC
Jun 10-11 - BYC Great Race Regatta
Jun 16-18 – Cleveland Race Week One Design, Edgewater YC
Jun 17-18 - LOSHRS to YYC and Return
Jun 22-25 – Cleveland Race Week Offshore, Edgewater YC
Jun 24-25 – Thistle Great Lakes Championship, Edgewater YC
Jun 24-25 – Toronto Hospice Regatta, PCYC
Jun 24-25 – J70 Canadian Championship, PCYC
Jun 23-25 - Scotch Bonnet Light Race
Jun 24-28 – Lake Erie Interclub
Jul 2 - Jr Sailing Alumni Regatta, YYC
Jul 4 - BYC Reverse PHRF
Jul 8 - Niagara Cup, NOLSC/YYC
Jul 14-20 - Shark World Championship, RCYC, Toronto
Jul 14-15 – BHSC Chilcott Series Summer Regatta
Jul 15-17 - Lake Ontario 300, Port Credit YC
Jul 20-23 – J22 North Americans, Buffalo YC
Jul 20-23 – J/Fest, Ashbridges Bay YC
Jul 25-26 - Junior CanAm Challenge, YYC
Jul 27-30 – Marblehead NOOD, Corinthian YC, Marblehead MA
Jul 28-30 – CanAm Challenge, Youngstown YC
Jul 28-30 – J88 North American Championship, YYC
Jul 29-30 – Lightning Atlantic Coast Championship, Burlington VT
Jul 29 - LYRA Centennial
Jul 31 - LYRA Freeman Cup
Aug 4-6 – LYRA Day Races, Genesee & Rochester YC’s
Aug 4-6 – J/70 Corinthian National Championship, Buzzards Bay Regatta, New Bedford YC, South Dartmouth MA
Aug 12 – BYC Mayor’s Cup
Aug 13 – BYC Queen City Regatta
Aug 17-18 - Beneteau 36.7 and 10R Great Lakes Championships, ABYC
Aug 26 - Vangaurd 15 Regatta, YYC
Sept 4 - BYC Reverse PHRF
Sep 9 – BHSC Chilcott Series Last Chance
Sep 14-18 – Beneteau 36.7 North American Championship, Youngstown YC
Sep 15-23 – J24 World Championship, Port Credit YC, Ontario
Sep 16 – BHSC Obersheimer Cup
Sep 21-24 – Lightning North American Championship, Wrightsville Beach NC
Sep 21-24 – Melges 24 Canadian National Championship, National YC
Sep 23 – SBYC Haulout Regatta, Grand Island NY
Sep 23-24 - Lake George J22 Open Regatta, Lake George Club
Sep 30 - Oct 1 - Richardson Trophy Regatta
Sep 30-Oct 1 – J70 East Coast Championship, Fishing Bay YC, Deltaville VA
Oct 9-15 – J70 North American Championship, American YC, Rye NY
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