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  • h1Dernière Journée

  • h2Résultats Confirmation de la domination de My Sharona voiles  Quantum   sur les 25 participants du Mondial 2015

    MY SHARONA Crowned J/111 World Champion!
    (Newport, RI)- According to skipper George Gamble of MY SHARONA, “the most nervous day of preparation we have had was for the last day of racing of the J/111 Worlds. The sailing conditions were so variable, we felt anything could happen. And, with so many boats so close in a breeze that was unpredictable even for local sailors, we knew it was going to be a difficult last day.”
    In the end, Gamble and his crew on MY SHARONA demonstrated yet again why they are such a good team. Never taking any flyers and trying to stay in the hunt, they managed to take a 3rd place in the first race of the last day to seal the deal and win the 2015 J/111 World Championship off Newport. They did not have to sail the last race.
    The weather forecast for the finale on Friday was unusual as a weak frontal system was approaching Newport offering up WSW winds in the 8-12 kts range with the expectation of afternoon showers or thundershowers. Typically, such forecasts can be way off. With skies clearing for a period of time, the Newport seabreeze machine asserted itself for a period of time fighting the frontal gradient over the land and nearshore waters.
    Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard setup the course east of the R4 red bell and sent the fleet off on their first race on an upwind course of 235 degrees for a 1.8nm first leg- four times around. The starts were not without a bit of drama and after several general recalls, the final start went off with an “I” and “Z” flag. Leading the fleet right after the start was Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF and after rounding the first weather mark first, they managed to maintain their lead to the finish. Second was Richard Lehman’s WIND CZAR and third was Gamble’s MY SHARONA.
    The final race of the series was even more complex than the first race. The impending frontal system played games with the winds and an enormous black cloud kept diminishing and reforming over the western end of the course. Winds varied from 7 to 12 kts and from 235 to 255 degrees. With an outgoing ebb tide from Narragansett Bay, it was anyone’s guess how any strategy would play out. Ultimately, it was the Brummel/ Henderson/ Mayer team on KASHMIR that won the race after rounding the first windward mark in midfleet. Taking second was Marty Roesch’s crew on VELOCITY and third was Carl Desgagnes’ VOLTEFACE from Quebec City, Quebec.
    In the end, Gamble’s MY SHARONA won with a 31 pts score followed by the KASHMIR crew from Chicago YC in second place. Third was Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT from Rochester, New York that normally races on Lake Ontario. Fourth was Richard Lehmann’s WIND CZAR from Harbor Springs, Michigan and fifth was Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF from Cleveland, Ohio. There’s no question there was a bit of a “theme” here, many of the top J/111 teams were all Midwest/ Great Lakes boats from J/111 Fleet #1 in Chicago and the surrounding area.
    Thanks to the Ida Lewis YC, Commodore Gary Lash, and their amazing team of volunteers that helped make the J/111 World Championship a resounding success. In addition, thanks to the PRO Peter Garard for conducting excellent race management throughout. Finally, thanks go out to all the sponsors that helped support the event, including Gold Sponsors North Sails and BandG electronics and also Industry Sponsors that included Bacardi, JBoats, MJM Yachts, SEABlade, Quantum Sails and RaceQs.com. Sailing photo credits- Cate Brown.


Le: 20/Juin/2015


  • h1Journée 3

  • h2Résultat après 7 courses et le retour de Vélocityvelocity

    MY SHARONA Extends Lead on Day 3
     (Newport, RI)- The weather forecast for Thursday’s racing was benign enough- winds of 6-9 kts from the SSW all day with skies clearing in the afternoon. After about an hour postponement, the seabreeze filled in from the classic southerly direction offshore. Once the winds averaged 5 kts, Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard sent off the fleet on the first of three windward-leeward races. By the late afternoon, the breeze had built into the 8-12 kts TWS range, making for excellent, incredibly tightly-packed racing.
    Sailing the best record of the day was none other than George Gamble’s MY SHARONA, extending their lead with a 4-3-1 scoreline for a total of 19 pts overall and a seemingly unassailable 15 point lead over the rest of the fleet. Behind them, it has become a war of attrition for many teams hoping to crack the top five overall. By virtue of their 3-4-20 finishes, Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT has now taken over second overall with 34 pts. However, only one point back is David and Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP; their first race horizon job drove them into contention with a 1-7-11 score for the day (photo above). Sitting in fourth is the trio of Brummel/ Henderson/ Mayer on KASHMIR, posting the second best scores for the day with a 5-6-3 for a total score of 39 pts. After being in striking distance for the lead after the first two days, Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF had a rough go of it on Rhode Island Sound with a 19-10-5 scoreline to drop into fifth overall with 40 pts total. Only ten points separates 5th from 10th place in this close-quarters racing.
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Le: 19/Juin/2015


  • h1Journée 2

  • h2Résultats après quatre manches
    Quatre J111 anglais dans les 11 premiers bateaux de ce mondial 2015, pas mal sur 25 participants


    MY SHARONA Leads @ Day Two
    (Newport, RI)- After a challenging first day of sailing offshore, the twenty-five teams sailing the J/111 Worlds were treated to a “Newport Chamber of Commerce” day for their second day on the race track. Starting off with the captain’s meeting at 9am Wednesday morning, the Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard announced to the fleet that it was going to be an “inside the Bay Day” and to be prepared to sail two races, a first race windward-leeward followed by the long distance race “Bay Tour”.
    The morning dawned with a gorgeous sunrise, winds howling out of the north at 20-30 kts. The forecast was for winds to ultimately diminish into the 10-18 kts range by the start at 11am from 30-40 degrees and veer to the east, in an oscillating-persistent shift to 90 degrees or so by late afternoon. As it turned out, the forecast was not far off and it made for a spectacular day of sailing on Narragansett Bay.
    The starting area for the first race was immediately west of the northern end of Gould Island and the famous “US Navy torpedo range” buildings. Fast off the start was Chris Jones’ WILD CHILD, nailing the starboard end start and covering the fleet going off on starboard tack. One of the first boats to flip onto port tack was Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF. Ultimately, it was the right move as they led the fleet off to the right hand corner of the first weather leg to lead the fleet around the first mark and win the race. Second was George Gamble’s MY SHARONA and third was Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT.
    SpacemanSpiff J111The second race was the Navigator’s Long Distance Race. The fleet was given a long 3.5nm windward leg to the green gong in the straits formed by the southern end of Prudence Island and Dyer Island on the northeastern part of the Bay. This was followed by a reach to the red bell of the NE corner of Jamestown (Conanicut Island), then a spinnaker reach, then a fetch east across the Bay, then a long run down to the green Clingstone Rock bell and to the finish off Fort Adams. The race was such that the first beat determined the pecking order for most of the fleet. It also meant choosing which side of the Bay to hit a corner, go left up along Conanicut Island and play shifts into the green buoy or go right to the Portsmouth shoreline for current relief and perhaps large right hand shifts off the shore. Off the start, the British team on WILD CHILD skippered by Chris Jones again nailed the RC committee boat start and took off to the right leading the fleet. Another pack of boats started towards the left end of the line (including Gamble’s MY SHARONA, Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF, Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT and David and Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP) and played a completely different wind/current strategy to the far left hand side of the race course. At the first windward mark, that pack remarkably led the fleet around the first mark. First in from the right hand side grouping was Jones’ WILD CHILD. From there on end it was essentially a parade around the marks to the finish line.
    Gamble’s MY SHARONA won the last race and is now leading the J/111 Worlds with a 9-8-2-1 for 20 pts and the only boat with all single digit finishes. Taking 5th in that race and now lying second overall is Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF with an 18-1-1-5 tally for 25 pts. By virtue of their second in the last race, Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT is now third overall with a 10-12-3-2 for 27 pts. Jumping into 4th overall is the Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP with a 3-10-10-4 for 27 pts and in 5th is Martin Dent’s JELVIS with a 1-6-14-7 for 28 pts.MY SHARONA Leads @ Day Two
    (Newport, RI)- After a challenging first day of sailing offshore, the twenty-five teams sailing the J/111 Worlds were treated to a “Newport Chamber of Commerce” day for their second day on the race track. Starting off with the captain’s meeting at 9am Wednesday morning, the Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard announced to the fleet that it was going to be an “inside the Bay Day” and to be prepared to sail two races, a first race windward-leeward followed by the long distance race “Bay Tour”.
    The morning dawned with a gorgeous sunrise, winds howling out of the north at 20-30 kts. The forecast was for winds to ultimately diminish into the 10-18 kts range by the start at 11am from 30-40 degrees and veer to the east, in an oscillating-persistent shift to 90 degrees or so by late afternoon. As it turned out, the forecast was not far off and it made for a spectacular day of sailing on Narragansett Bay.
    The starting area for the first race was immediately west of the northern end of Gould Island and the famous “US Navy torpedo range” buildings. Fast off the start was Chris Jones’ WILD CHILD, nailing the starboard end start and covering the fleet going off on starboard tack. One of the first boats to flip onto port tack was Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF. Ultimately, it was the right move as they led the fleet off to the right hand corner of the first weather leg to lead the fleet around the first mark and win the race. Second was George Gamble’s MY SHARONA and third was Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT.
    SpacemanSpiff J111The second race was the Navigator’s Long Distance Race. The fleet was given a long 3.5nm windward leg to the green gong in the straits formed by the southern end of Prudence Island and Dyer Island on the northeastern part of the Bay. This was followed by a reach to the red bell of the NE corner of Jamestown (Conanicut Island), then a spinnaker reach, then a fetch east across the Bay, then a long run down to the green Clingstone Rock bell and to the finish off Fort Adams. The race was such that the first beat determined the pecking order for most of the fleet. It also meant choosing which side of the Bay to hit a corner, go left up along Conanicut Island and play shifts into the green buoy or go right to the Portsmouth shoreline for current relief and perhaps large right hand shifts off the shore. Off the start, the British team on WILD CHILD skippered by Chris Jones again nailed the RC committee boat start and took off to the right leading the fleet. Another pack of boats started towards the left end of the line (including Gamble’s MY SHARONA, Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF, Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT and David and Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP) and played a completely different wind/current strategy to the far left hand side of the race course. At the first windward mark, that pack remarkably led the fleet around the first mark. First in from the right hand side grouping was Jones’ WILD CHILD. From there on end it was essentially a parade around the marks to the finish line.
    Gamble’s MY SHARONA won the last race and is now leading the J/111 Worlds with a 9-8-2-1 for 20 pts and the only boat with all single digit finishes. Taking 5th in that race and now lying second overall is Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF with an 18-1-1-5 tally for 25 pts. By virtue of their second in the last race, Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT is now third overall with a 10-12-3-2 for 27 pts. Jumping into 4th overall is the Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP with a 3-10-10-4 for 27 pts and in 5th is Martin Dent’s JELVIS with a 1-6-14-7 for 28 pts.MY SHARONA Leads @ Day Two
    (Newport, RI)- After a challenging first day of sailing offshore, the twenty-five teams sailing the J/111 Worlds were treated to a “Newport Chamber of Commerce” day for their second day on the race track. Starting off with the captain’s meeting at 9am Wednesday morning, the Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard announced to the fleet that it was going to be an “inside the Bay Day” and to be prepared to sail two races, a first race windward-leeward followed by the long distance race “Bay Tour”. The morning dawned with a gorgeous sunrise, winds howling out of the north at 20-30 kts. The forecast was for winds to ultimately diminish into the 10-18 kts range by the start at 11am from 30-40 degrees and veer to the east, in an oscillating-persistent shift to 90 degrees or so by late afternoon. As it turned out, the forecast was not far off and it made for a spectacular day of sailing on Narragansett Bay. The starting area for the first race was immediately west of the northern end of Gould Island and the famous “US Navy torpedo range” buildings. Fast off the start was Chris Jones’ WILD CHILD, nailing the starboard end start and covering the fleet going off on starboard tack. One of the first boats to flip onto port tack was Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF. Ultimately, it was the right move as they led the fleet off to the right hand corner of the first weather leg to lead the fleet around the first mark and win the race. Second was George Gamble’s MY SHARONA and third was Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT.
    SpacemanSpiff J111The second race was the Navigator’s Long Distance Race. The fleet was given a long 3.5nm windward leg to the green gong in the straits formed by the southern end of Prudence Island and Dyer Island on the northeastern part of the Bay. This was followed by a reach to the red bell of the NE corner of Jamestown (Conanicut Island), then a spinnaker reach, then a fetch east across the Bay, then a long run down to the green Clingstone Rock bell and to the finish off Fort Adams. The race was such that the first beat determined the pecking order for most of the fleet. It also meant choosing which side of the Bay to hit a corner, go left up along Conanicut Island and play shifts into the green buoy or go right to the Portsmouth shoreline for current relief and perhaps large right hand shifts off the shore. Off the start, the British team on WILD CHILD skippered by Chris Jones again nailed the RC committee boat start and took off to the right leading the fleet. Another pack of boats started towards the left end of the line (including Gamble’s MY SHARONA, Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF, Bob Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT and David and Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP) and played a completely different wind/current strategy to the far left hand side of the race course. At the first windward mark, that pack remarkably led the fleet around the first mark. First in from the right hand side grouping was Jones’ WILD CHILD. From there on end it was essentially a parade around the marks to the finish line.
    Gamble’s MY SHARONA won the last race and is now leading the J/111 Worlds with a 9-8-2-1 for 20 pts and the only boat with all single digit finishes. Taking 5th in that race and now lying second overall is Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF with an 18-1-1-5 tally for 25 pts. By virtue of their second in the last race, Hesse’s LAKE EFFECT is now third overall with a 10-12-3-2 for 27 pts. Jumping into 4th overall is the Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP with a 3-10-10-4 for 27 pts and in 5th is Martin Dent’s JELVIS with a 1-6-14-7 for 28 pts.
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Le: 18/Juin/2015


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  • h1Journée 1

  • h2Jelvis, bateau anglais termine premier de cette première confrontation,
    avec un certain Jeff Johnstone à la tactique

    JELVIS Leads Exciting First Day @ J/111 Worlds
    (Newport, RI)- With twenty-five boats on the line, it was anyone’s guess what would happen when you mixed the current J/111 World Champion and leading UK teams lined up against the top American, Canadian, Australian and Caribbean teams from across the world.
    The weather forecast was not promising. An overcast day with a dying northerly that was supposed to see a gradient/ seabreeze combination develop in the middle of the day into the 6-10 kts range with the breeze filling in at 200 degrees and veering to the 230 range. As it turned out, it was not that far off. After a postponement, the Ida Lewis YC PRO Peter Garard fired off the first race in a 6-9 kts breeze in the 210 range. By the time the second race took place at 1600 hrs, the wind had veered further right into the 220 to 240 deg range and from 9 to 12 kts TWS.
    Leading after the first day is the British team of Martin Dent sailing JELVIS from Cowes, Isle of Wight with a 1-6 tally for 7 pts total. Second is Richard Lehmann’s crew on WIND CZAR with an 8-3 scoreline for 11 pts (the current J/111 North American champion). And, third is David and Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP with a 3-10 score for 13 pts.
    So close is the racing that an average of a 10th is good enough to place your team in the top ten. Even more remarkably, only ten points (well within a mid-fleet finish) separates teams from 3rd place to 15th place! It’s quite possibly the tightest regatta that anyone has seen ever amongst the top teams after the first day of racing. As Rob Ruhlman mentions in his interview, “its far too early to tell who are the prime competitors.” And, this is after just two races.
    Wednesday promises to be a defining day for the fleet overall, with up to three races planned for the fleet. With so many teams so closely packed, it’s anyone’s guess what the leaderboard looks like after Wednesday’s racing. The weather forecast is promising- moderate northeast winds in the morning, veering and diminishing to 5-10 kts by evening under brilliant, sunny skies.
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Le: 17/Juin/2015


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  • h1161ST ANNUAL REGATTA PRESENTED BY ROLEX

  • h2Onze J111 inscrits Lien donc une première hiérarchie devrait se dessiner juste avant le mondial tableau

Le: 13/Juin/2015


  • h1 Avant les épreuves du mondial qui débuteront le 15 juin à Newport

  • h2(Newport, RI)- In just four short years, the J/111 class has grown at a remarkable pace. It achieved International Class status from ISAF in less than two years and hosted its first World Championship in Cowes, England in 2014 with eighteen boats in attendance. Today, over 115 boats have been launched since the fall of 2010 and nearly 25% of that fleet is showing up for the J/111 Worlds in Newport for the week of June 15th to 19th. The twenty-five boats entered come from the British Virgin Islands, Australia, Canada, Great Britain and the USA. Of the American boats, teams have traveled from as far west as San Diego, California, representing a total of twelve states (including Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, Maryland, Connecticut, Florida, Michigan, Rhode Island, Ohio, Massachusetts and Arizona).
    The excitement is building rapidly amongst the crews in anticipation of sailing in the beautiful waters off Rhode Island. Newport is famous worldwide for hosting such events as the America’s Cup, numerous one-design class world championships and, most recently, the Volvo Ocean Race. Looking forward to that opportunity of racing off Newport is the current J/111 World Champion, Duncan McDonald and Phil Thomas from Great Britain. This sharp duo shipped their boat- SHMOKIN JOE- over from the U.K. to participate; she has been seen for some weeks up at NEB Boatworks in Portsmouth, RI and she’s looking mighty fast and clean as a whistle. Other top five J/111 teams from the U.K. include Chris Jones and Louise Makin of JOURNEYMAKER V fame sailing a chartered boat- WILD CHILD; Tony Mack’s notoriously fast crew aboard Team McFLY from Royal Southern YC; and Martin Dent’s JELVIS team of young, fast and smart dinghy sailors from Queen Mary Sailing Club.
    Virtually all of the top American teams will be in attendance from the Midwest (Chicago-Mackinac Race winners and J/111 North American winners), the Gulf Coast (Key West Race Week winners) and the East Coast (New York YC Regatta, NOOD Regatta, Edgartown Regatta and Block Island Race Week winners). Current J/111 North American Champion, Richard Lehmann, will have his WIND CZAR crew from Little Traverse YC ready to show their performance in the Midwest was no fluke. They will be accompanied by the balance of the top five from the last NA’s on Lake Michigan: Dave Irish’s NO SURPRISE, the Chicago trio on KASHMIR (Brummel/ Henderson/ Mayer), Rob Ruhlman’s SPACEMAN SPIFF, and Marty Roesch’s VELOCITY. The top eastern teams include Doug Curtiss’ WICKED 2.0 from Buzzards Bay; David et Maryellen Tortorello’s PARTNERSHIP from Long Island Sound; and Fred Van Liew and David Brodsky’s ODYSSEY from Newport, RI.
    Participating from Sydney, Australia is Rod Warren and Ray Entwistle on LIBERTAS (partnered with owner John Donovan); from the Caribbean is Sam Talbot’s SPIKE from Road Town, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands; and, from north of the border comes two Canadian teams from Quebec: Marcel Cote’s SURVENANT and Carl Desgagnes’ VOLTEFACE, both from Quebec Yacht Club.
    The long-term forecast appears promising with a broad variety of wind and weather conditions to challenge the fleet on Rhode Island Sound. In the forecast are for at least one weather front to pass through with breezes ranging from the classic southerly seabreezes (200-240 degrees) with 10-20 kt winds and frontal passages leaving lighter NW to NE breezes in the 5-10 kts range and flatter waters. The fleet will be sailing mostly windward-leeward courses, but one day will also include a middle distance race of around 18-25 nm depending on breeze.
    Helping the visiting teams on “local knowledge” will be none other than North Sails President Ken Read. Having won six J/24 World Championships (including one in Newport), Ken should be able to provide teams with a perspective on what it takes to get around the track offshore in Rhode Island Sound. Ken’s local knowledge chat will take place on Monday, June 15th at 5pm at Ida Lewis YC. As a primary sponsor, North Sails is also providing “North Sails Day” on Tuesday, with a review of the day’s racing by North U Regatta Services (Chuck Allen and Sandy McMillan) under the Sail Newport tent.
    In addition, the J/111 Worlds’ organizers welcome aboard Gold Sponsor BandG (http://www.bandg.com), the navigation electronics equipment of choice for most of the top J/111 teams. Furthermore, the organizers welcome Industry Sponsors BACARDI (supplying the official cocktail- the “Cuban Storm”- http://www.bacardi.com), MJM Yachts (supplying the official VIP yacht- http://www.mjmyachts.com), SeaBlade (the official mark/ support boat from NEB Boatworks- http://www.neboatworks.com), Quantum Sails (the supplier of gear for all registered boats- http://www.quantumonedesign.com/j111) and RACEQS.com (the official live tracking/ replay supplier- http://www.raceqs.com).

Le: 13/Juin/2015


  • h1La Rolex New York YC Regatta Preview débutera le 13 et 14 Juin

  • h2 (Newport, RI)- This coming weekend the 161st New York YC Regatta presented by Rolex will be hosting sailing’s biggest players on Narragansett Bay and Rhode Island Sound. The three-day event, distinguished as America’s oldest continually run regatta, is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, June 12-14, and hosted by the New York Yacht Club at its on-the-water clubhouse, Harbour Court, in Newport, RI. The fleet may be treated to good breezes all weekend long with a seabreeze on Friday for a quick round-trip of the classic Round Conanicut Island Race and for the weekend, variable winds from the north, east and south with seabreeze development.V
    The single largest offshore one-design fleet ever assembled in New York YC Annual Regatta history will be the J/111 class of nineteen boats. As part of their preparation for the J/111 World Championship taking place next week, many of the twenty-five boats entered in that regatta are using the fun weekend of sailing off Newport to familiarize themselves with the weather conditions in Rhode Island Sound. Take any one of the teams mentioned above in the J/111 World’s review and you will get an idea of what each team is facing for the weekend’s competition. The most challenging event for eleven of the teams will certainly be Friday’s Round Conanicut Island race- a 20nm circumnavigation around Narragansett Bay that has seen some of the world’s top sailing teams simply implode because of the tricky currents and shifty breezes.
    In the IRC division, there will be a trio of well-sailed J/122s in IRC 4 class that includes Mike Bruno’s WINGS (a past NYYC winner from American YC in Rye, NY), Paul Milo’s ORION (from NYYC and Leesburg, VA) and Rupert and Jan Thouron’s DUNDER (from Middlesex, VT). The J/44s that are racing include WHITE GOLD sailed by Jim Bishop in IRC 3 class and the others in IRC 4 class are Jack Neades and a US Coast Guard Academy crew on GLORY and Chris Lewis from Houston, TX on KENAI.
    The IRC 5 class features several top 35 footers from the J drawing board, including the J/35 LEADING EDGE sailed by Tom Sutton from Houston, TX and a trio of J/109s getting ready for their J/109 North Americans at Block Island Race Week: Carl Olsson’s MORNING GLORY, Bill Sweetser’s RUSH (a past J/109 NA Champion and NYYC winner) and Brooke Mastrorio’s URSA from Lakeville, MA.
    In the PHRF Navigators Division, the three J/105s will have several well-traveled teams in attendance, including Mark and Jolene Masur sailing TWO FEATHERS from Ft Worth Boat Club in Ft Worth, TX; Donald Santa’s SANTAS REIGN DEAR from Annapolis YC in Annapolis, MD; and Fred Darlington’s TONTO from East Greenwich YC in East Greenwich, RI. Joining them are Kenn Fischburg’s J/111 WILD CHILD from Stonington Harbor YC, Marcus Cholerton-Brown’s J/120 SUNSET CHILD, EC Helme’s J/92S SPIRIT from Coasters Harbor YC, Dawson Hodgson’s J/100 GRIMACE from New York YC, Brian Kiley’s J/29 MEDDLER X from Rhode Island YC, and the Barker/ McVicker/ Ryan trio aboard the J/24 NIGHTHAWK from SailNewport.
    For more Rolex New York YC Annual Regatta sailing informationhttp://www.nyyc.org

Le: 13/Juin/2015


Actuellement déjà 25 inscrits à cet évènement majeur de la vie de la classe J111

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Shmokin Joe champion du Monde 2014 remet son titre en jeux en 2015...

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