2008 Santana 20 Class Championships

Hosted by Fleet 19 and Eugene YC

July 28-August 1, 2008

 

 

Friday, August 1 - 3rd and final day of racing.

The following report was provided by Derek Martin

Well, as predicted, it all came down to one race - and what a race it was! The weather was mostly cloudy, winds 10-15 out of the SW, some chop, and rain shafts in 2 of the 4 quadrants around the lake. The RC again set a beautiful windward-leeward course, two and a half times around, with the finish to windward. The line was about 500 yards long and squarely set. The starting sequence began right around 1:30 and there were no individual recalls. Once again, the fleet seemed to be fairly evenly distributed along the line but with most of the front-runners picking the middle to pin end of the line. 39 boats on the line - such a sight to behold!

The real story of this race was Nick Genovese, skipper of “In-n-Out”, who lead for four of the five legs. Nick is a senior in High School, hoping to be accepted into the Naval Academy, and has been very active in Fleet 19 and taking the boat on the road. This race was Nick’s formal arrival on a national level and he will be a force to be reckoned with the steady improvement that he continues to exhibit. Nick started in an open spot on the pin end of the line, found a clear lane in the middle of the course, and stayed in phase with the shifts going uphill. Nick hit the top mark first, with all the major players right on his heels, and kept his cool keeping some of the best sailors in the country firmly at his six o’clock for the next three legs. You could just feel that the whole dang fleet was pulling for him, but alas, Jason Crowson caught him at the last leeward mark. Nick then went left going up the course, while Jason, DA, and Gordon Mattathal stayed in the middle/right and just managed to snake by him at the finish. His dad was crewing for him as well, and I’m here to tell ya’, that was one proud Papa. Nicely done Nick! Another notable on this race was Doug Smith on “One Eyed Jack”, who finished the regatta strong with finishes of 7-6 on the last two races.

The team of Eric Kownacki, Bob Martin, and Tom Jenkins on “Alexa” (named after Eric’s daughter) carried the day however, and overcame a 2-point deficit on Jim Martinez and the crew of “Loose Nuts”, taking a 5th to Jim’s 13th. This is Eric’s third S20 Nationals, and he came close last year, and finished in the top 5 the year before. The third time was indeed the charm, and his team’s focus, dedication, and terrific preparation paid off with the overall victory. Eric took the gun on Race 4 and managed to steer clear of disaster on that first day when so many else where unable to, and only finished out of the top ten once. His steady, consistent climb through the rankings and putting up the number that he needed to, when it counted the most, led to the promise land and the crown of the 2008 National Champion. Well Don Eric, Bob, and Tom!

Afterwards, the fleet gathered on the back deck for an awards ceremony that won’t be soon forgotten. The night before Race Day 1, at a gathering that may have involved the adult consumption of alcoholic beverages, Mark Erdrich made the unthinkable pledge of promising to sing “Unforgettable” if he happened to win the first race the next day. Well, life is a funny thing sometimes, isn’t it Mark? Rick Gilstrap downloaded the lyrics and handed the song sheet to all that were in attendance at the Awards Ceremony, and Mark and crew were summarily called front and center and the pledge was made good. This was closely followed by The Most Reverend Mike, who proceeded to bring the house down with a most howling old fashioned roast of just about everybody in Fleet 19. Yes Mike, Fleet 19 does indeed have a sense of humor! Next up was Phil Collins (ably assisted by Jason) who handed out some great gag gifts, with the most notable being a set of rather large latex cajones that were given to Mark Forrest for his port tack start on the first race of Day 2. Finally, Nicholai and the crew of “Hostile Takeover” were given blessed communion on their knees (complete with 2 buck chuck wine) for their efforts in the “worst to first” category with a 26 in Race 3 that was quickly followed by a bullet in the Race 5.

Don Erickson, the Regatta Chairman, and the undoubtedly the most enthusiastic Tuna 20 proponent in the Class, told this writer from the beginning the he “wanted a Nationals that would never be equaled”. Now every Nationals has there own form of magic, but ol’ Don just may have met and exceeded the high water mark for Nationals. It had everything: great weather and wind, a superb RC team, a massive turnout in boat numbers, good food and a keg that never ran dry (thanks Rick!), and the hospitality of a club and a group of sailors that may never be equaled. It was truly one for the ages, and never has a conjunction of such great sailing and such great people ever been experienced. The whole event was truly a special experience, and we all couldn’t be happier for the great people that make up Fleet 19, especially after having been thrice denied.

San Diego’s own Fleet 7 at Mission Bay YC will have the unenviable task of following Fleet 19’s efforts and will be hosting the 2009 Nationals, and it was great to hear of so many team that were already stating their commitment to be there in late July of next year. It will be a great venue, racing in the blue Pacific, and with all that San Diego has to offer, also a great family vacation destination.

But for now, a hearty WELL DONE to Fleet 19 and the Eugene Yacht Club, and CONGRATULATIONS to the crew of “Alexa”, our 2008 National Champions!

Class Champions Team Alexa

2nd Place - Loose Nuts

3rd Place - Disaster Area

Pos Boat Owner Yacht Club Fleet# Sail# R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 T
1 Alexa Eric Kownacki Mission Bay 7 921 15 2 3 1 9 9 5 44
2 Loose Nuts Jim Martinez Eugene 19 908 10 1 4 5 12 5 13 50
3 Disaster Area Chris Winnard Southwestern 12 GBR138 16 10 6 13 11 1 2 59
4 Aquila Paul Stephens Eugene 19 656 3 5 1 20 2 18 12 61
5 Sea Bear Jason Crowson Folsom Lake 12 497 12 28 10 9 4 2 1 66
6 H20 Boa Gordon Mattatal Eugene 19 649 11 17 22 3 6 6 3 68
7 Tinkertoy Bruce Golison Alamitos Bay 12 911 17 33 8 2 3 3 8 74
8 Team BC Rob Avery Royal Vancouver 16 932 6 7 DSQ 15 5 4 7 84
9 Fusion Mark Erdrich Folsom Lake 12 927 1 23 9 8 13 26 9 89
10 Fayest Britt Williams Windycrest 37 920 13 12 2 4 24 23 16 94
11 Big Bad BOB Shannon Clune Eugene 19 115 22 6 17 10 10 16 14 95
11 Hostile Takeover Nicholi Lenn Eugene 19 2 5 13 26 22 1 10 18 95
13 Cia Pacha Chet Bowers Eugene 19 924 20 9 13 17 14 20 10 103
14 Cocaine & Hookers I.V. McNamara Windycrest 37 925 9 14 14 12 17 17 24 107
15 Senta Anne Newton   4 567 18 11 7 19 13 22 111 15
16 Giddy Up Ron Fish Eugene 19 779 2 11 15 16 26 21 23 114
17 The One Jorge Murrieta Nautico Avandaro 23 1 7 15 24 28 7 12 29 122
18 Q Mark Forrest Eugene 19 931 27 16 21 21 8 11 21 125
19 One Eye Jacq Doug Smith Eugene 19 264 26 20 16 26 27 7 6 128
20 Hun-E Adam Mazurkiewicz Triton 19 706 8 21 20 19 21 27 15 131
21 Gem Jeff Keenan Balboa 2 341 4 DSQ 12 14 23 14 25 132
22 Joriann Ross Cooley Eugene 19 474 14 3 25 24 18 30 20 134
23 Orient Express Glen Chapman Triton 19 353 33 24 19 6 16 29 11 138
24 Chicken Boat Stan Bowers Eugene 19 1924 32 4 28 27 15 15 19 140
25 In 'N' Out Nick Genovese Eugene 19 907 29 34 5 33 29 8 4 142
26 Chief Special Jim Hill Eugene 19 586 28 26 7 30 35 19 27 172
27 Guano Girl Lyle Mayer Eugene 19 205 23 8 30 23 28 33 28 173
28 Cool Cat Hector Rosado Eugene 19 777 18 30 31 11 25 34 32 181
29 Hot Rod Mark Fortier Eugene 19 99 31 25 27 29 20 24 26 182
30 Atomic Punk Jerald Skeen Eugene 19 906 25 29 29 31 31 22 17 184
31 Chaser Richard Chase Eugene 19 784 24 22 23 32 30 25 31 187
32 Sunburn Phil Collins Eugene 19 85 30 32 35 18 22 28 30 195
33 Plum Crazy Gale Morgan Eugene 19 373 19 27 18 34 33 36 33 200
34 Circus Circus David Thompson Eugene 19 529 35 19 32 35 34 35 34 224
35 Divine Chaos Katy Patton Eugene 19 693 37 35 33 25 36 32 35 233
36 Wild Rover Chris Thomas Eugene 19 57664 34 31 34 36 32 31 36 234
37 Mustang Spirit Martin Klos Eugene 19 279 36 36 36 37 38 DNS 37 260
38 Tracy Gail Tom McGinnis     707 38 37 37 38 37 37 38 262
39 Radio Active Puke Jaxon Skeen Eugene 19 9061 DNF DNF DNF 39 DNS DNS DNS 279

Official Results in original PDF format

Thursday, July 31 - 2nd day of racing.

The following report was provided by Mark Forrest

Stronger winds on Thursday.  Six to eight knots for race four building into the mid teens by race six.  Team Loose Nuts (Murschel/Martinez) holds first place after six races with a two point lead on Alexa (Eric Kownacki).  Just one race left in this Championship series!

The following report was provided by Derek Martin

The old adage of “tomorrow being another day” proved rightfully true, as the winds filled in and the 40 degree shifts were nowhere to be seen.  A perfect day of sailing: winds 8-14 knots out of the S-SW, crystal clear skies, temps around 80, flat water, and a well laid out course.

The RC said they wanted to have the first gun go off at 1:30PM, and darned if the first gun didn’t go off at 1:30 PM.  What was notable at the start of this race was that Mark Forrest, starting at the pin end, detected a late shift just before the gun went off and managed to port tack pretty much the entire fleet. You don’t get to see that happen too often, especially in a 39 boat fleet at a National Championship! Well done! Gordon Mattathal, on “H2O Boa”, found the early lane and screamed upwind with a gear no one else seemed to have and led for most of the race, but Eric Kownacki and Bruce Golison slowly reeled him on the downwind legs and managed to overtake him. An extremely exciting race!

For Race 5 the wind shifted far enough west that the RC had to reset the course. Everybody held their breath a little bit, hoping that there would not be a return of the previous day’s conditions. If anything the wind continued to build. The fleet was more evenly spaced along the line for this start and there were no individual recalls. “Hostile Takeover”, sailed by Nicholi Lenn and crew, had one of the races that will keep you coming back for years to come. They had a good start, and most importantly, had a good game plan for the race that they actually stuck to and were not suckered in by any tactical duels. They simply raced themselves around the marks as quickly as they could and refused to be distracted. They were richly rewarded with a 4-boatlength victory over Paul Stevens on “Aquila” and the “Tinkertoy” team. The quote from the team was “it was like hitting a 350-yd drive right down the middle of the fairway”.

Race 6 was shortened at the first leeward gate by the RC and the race finished upwind at the top mark after one and a half times around. This was really a tactical duel between Chris Winnard on “Disaster Area” and Jason Crowson on “Sea Bear” after enough of a lead was built on the rest of the fleet that they could really joust with one another on the last upwind leg. And joust they did with multiple crossings, head-fake tacks, cross-tack-tack back, etc as each boat tried to either pin or shake free of the other. “DA” won the battle and the race when “Sea Bear” tacked directly in front of DA to where DA could not avoid the collision and paint was swapped. “Sea Bear” immediately executed two of the quickest 360’s this writer has ever seen (and I’ve gotten good at them!) and still managed to finish an extremely close 2nd. Bruce Golison, with Andrew and Blair crewing found their groove today and finished 3rd, with a 2-3-3 for their day’s efforts (by far the best sailing of the day).

Afterwards, the keg of perpetual flowage was bellied up to, and two very unfortunate pigs were roasted and consumed with great gusto. The band got going as night fell and many a white man’s overbite was displayed while strutting on the back deck/dance floor. A few protests were heard and the results were finally posted. What is clear is that the final race tomorrow will be a battle between Jim Martinez on “Loose Nuts”, who has quietly has gone about his business by finishing consistently in the top 5, and Eric Kownacki on “Alexa”, who is only 2 points behind. Ten points behind these two are the teams of “Aquila”, “DA”, “Sea Bear”, “H2O Boa”, and “Tinkertoy” who will be battling it out for third. But then again, this is racing. And as the 1st day showed us – anything can happen.  Stay tuned for our exciting conclusion!

Pos Boat Owner  Yacht Club Fleet # Sail # R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 T
1 Loose Nuts Jim Martinez Eugene 19 908 10 1 4 5 12 5 37
2 Alexa Eric Kownacki Mission Bay 7 921 15 2 3 1 9 9 39
4 Aquila Paul Stephens Eugene 19 656 3 5 1 20 2 18 49
5 Disaster Area Chris Winnard Southwestern 12 GBR138 16 10 6 13 11 1 57
6 Sea Bear Jason Crowson Folsom Lake 12 497 12 28 10 9 4 2 65
6 H20 Boa Gordon Mattatal Eugene 19 649 11 17 22 3 6 6 65
8 Tinkertoy Bruce Golison Alamitos Bay 12 911 17 33 8 2 3 3 66
3 Team BC Rob Avery Royal Vancouver 16 932 6 7 8 15 5 4 45
9 Hostile Takeover Nicholi Lenn Eugene 19 2 5 13 26 22 1 10 77
10 Fayest Britt Williams Windycrest 37 920 13 12 2 4 24 23 78
11 Fusion Mark Erdrich Folsom Lake 12 927 1 23 9 8 13 26 80
12 Big Bad BOB Shannon Clune Eugene 19 115 22 6 17 10 10 16 81
13 Cocaine & Hookers I.V. McNamara Windycrest 37 925 9 14 14 12 17 17 83
14 Senta Anne Newton   4 567 21 18 11 7 19 13 89
15 Giddy Up Ron Fish Eugene 19 779 2 11 15 16 26 21 91
16 The One Jorge Murrieta Nautico Avandaro 23 1 7 15 24 28 7 12 93
16 Cia Pacha Chet Bowers Eugene 19 924 20 9 13 17 14 20 93
18 "Q" Mark Forrest Eugene 19 931 27 16 21 21 8 11 104
19 Gem Jeff Keenan Balboa 2 341 4 DSQ 12 14 23 14 107
20 Joriann Ross Cooley Eugene 19 474 14 3 25 24 18 30 114
21 Hun-E Adam Mazurkiewicz Triton 19 706 8 21 20 19 21 27 116
22 Chicken Boat Stan Bowers Eugene 19 1924 32 4 28 27 15 15 121
23 One Eye Jacq Doug Smith Eugene 19 264 26 20 16 26 27 7 122
24 Orient Express Glen Chapman Triton 19 353 33 24 19 6 16 29 127
25 In 'N' Out Nick Genovese Eugene 19 907 29 34 5 33 29 8 138
26 Chief Special Jim Hill Eugene 19 586 28 26 7 30 35 19 145
26 Guano Girl Lyle Mayer Eugene 19 205 23 8 30 23 28 33 145
28 Cool Cat Hector Rosado Eugene 19 777 18 30 31 11 25 34 149
29 Hot Rod Mark Fortier Eugene 19 99 31 25 27 29 20 24 156
29 Chaser Richard Chase Eugene 19 784 24 22 23 32 30 25 156
31 Sunburn Phil Collins Eugene 19 85 30 32 35 18 22 28 165
32 Atomic Punk Jerald Skeen Eugene 19 906 25 29 29 31 31 22 167
32 Plum Crazy Gale Morgan Eugene 19 373 19 27 18 34 33 36 167
34 Circus Circus David Thompson Eugene 19 529 35 19 32 35 34 35 190
35 Wild Rover Chris Thomas Eugene 19 57664 34 31 34 36 32 31 198
35 Divine Chaos Katy Patton Eugene 19 693 37 35 33 25 36 32 198
37 Mustang Spirit Martin Klos Eugene 19 279 36 36 36 37 38 DNS 223
38 Tracy Gail Tom McGinnis     707 38 37 37 38 37 37 224
39 Radio Active Puke Jaxon Skeen Eugene 19 9061 DNF DNF DNF 39 DNS DNS 239

Wednesday, July 30 – First day of racing.

The following report was provided by Derek Martin.

If Day 1 foretells how the rest of the regatta will be, then this year’s National Champion won’t be decided until the very last leg of the very last race. Right now it’s anybody game. First of all, for those of you that have never been to Eugene and the Fern Valley Reservoir, this is some of the most beautiful scenery that you could want as your backdrop for a regatta. Coming from San Diego, that is saying something!

The day was crystal clear, and after the Skippers meeting at 1100, all 39 boats (this is not a typo – 39 boats!) were put on call to be ready for the wind to fill in. By 1130, the fleet had left the deck for the short sail out to the course and the first race was underway a little after noon. The windward-leeward course originally had a start line 400 yards long, but this was stretched to 550 yards by the third race, and the windward mark was a solid mile at least form the two leeward gate marks.  The wind was out of the north at 5-10 knots but towards the end of the third leg the wind lightened and then disappeared. It was excruciatingly painful as some boats who had done well, withered and died a few hundred yards from the finish.

After the first race was in the bag, the fleet put in for lunch and to wait for the wind to return. The first keg was also tapped in order for spirits to be kept up. By 1630 the wind had filled back in, the dreaded “I” flag was posted, and racing continued again in earnest. This time the wind held for the next two races, but 40-50 degree shifts were the norm. It was a real test of nerves, patience, and a never say die attitude that kept crews from going crazy out there in the ever-changing conditions. Courses 3 and 4 were used, with the WW-LW legs being 3 and 4 times around, respectively, so the racecourses were nice and long. The westerly that was expected never filled in, and being on the correct side meant being where the wind was, and praying that it would hold long enough.

Afterwards, a great BBQ dinner, many an adult malt beverage was consumed, and the stories were passed around by those that were lucky/unlucky to be at the right place at the right time, or not. Afterwards, Leanne Fish-Bale teased us all with the sweetest of raffle prizes and some of the best gedunk this sailor has seen at a regatta in a long time being given away.

Great job to Don Erickson and the rest of Fleet 19 on an initial spectacularly beautiful day of racing. Lets hope the wind can hold for the next two days!!!

The following report was provided by Mark Forrest

After three races today, two time Class Champion Paul Stevens and long standing member of Fleet 19 (Eugene, OR), sailing on Aquila, holds 1st place with a total of 9 points.  Team Loose Nuts, also of Fleet 19, is in second, Team Alexa (Eric Kownacki) from Fleet 7 (Mission Bay, CA) is in third, Team Fayest (Brit Williams) from Oklahoma is in 4th, and Team Giddy Up (Ron Fish) from Fleet 19 is in 5th.

2nd Place - Loose Nuts

3rd Place - Alexa

4th Place - Fayest

5th Place - Giddy Up

Pos Boat Owner Yacht Club Fleet # Sail # Fleet R1 R2 R3 T
1 Aquila Paul Stephens Eugene 19 656 33 3 5 1 9
2 Loose Nuts Jim Martinez Eugene 19 908 21 10 1 4 15
3 Alexa Eric Kownacki Mission Bay 7 921 8 15 2 3 20
4 Fayest Britt Williams Windycrest Sailing 37 920 10 13 12 2 27
5 Giddy Up Ron Fish Eugene 19 779 17 2 11 15 28
6 Disaster Area Chris Winnard Southwestern 12 GBR138 23 16 10 6 32
7 Fusion Mark Edrich Folsom Lake 12 927 31 1 23 9 33
8 Cocaine & Hookers I.V. McNamara Windycrest Sailing 37 925 16 9 14 14 37
9 Cia Pacha Chet Bowers Eugene 19 924 3 20 9 13 42
9 Joriann Ross Cooley Eugene 19 474 4 14 3 25 42
11 Hostile Takeover Nicholi Lenn Eugene 19 2 2 5 13 26 44
12 Big Bad BOB Shannon Clune Eugene 19 115 34 22 6 17 45
13 The One Jorge Murrieta Nautico Avandaro 23 1 1 7 15 24 46
14 Hun-E Adam Mazurkiewicz Triton 19 706 22 8 21 20 49
15 Sea Bear Jason Crowson Folsom Lake 12 497 30 12 28 10 50
15 Senta Anne Newton   4 567 14 21 18 11 50
15 H20 Boa Gordon Mattatal Eugene 19 649 13 11 17 22 50
18 Team BC Rob Avery Royal Vancouver 16 932 37 6 7 DSQ 53
19 Gem Jeff Keenan Balboa 2 341 6 4 DSQ 12 56
20 Tinkertoy Bruce Golison Alamitos Bay 12 911 15 17 33 8 58
21 Chief Special Jim Hill Eugene 19 586 24 28 26 7 61
21 Guano Girl Lyle Mayer Eugene 19 205 9 23 8 30 61
23 One Eye Jacq Doug Smith Eugene 19 264 18 26 20 16 62
24 Plum Crazy GaleMorgan Eugene 19 373 32 19 27 18 64
24 "Q" Mark Forrest Eugene 19 931 11 27 16 21 64
24 Chicken Boat Stan Bowers Eugene 19 1924 12 32 4 28 64
27 In 'N' Out Nick Genovese Eugene 19 907 19 29 34 5 68
28 Chaser Richard Chase Eugene 19 784 26 24 22 23 69
29 Orient Express Glen Chapman Triton 19 353 5 33 24 19 76
30 Cool Cat Hector Rosado Eugene 19 777 7 18 30 31 79
31 Hot Rod Mark Fortier Eugene 19 99 35 31 25 27 83
31 Atomic Punk Jerald Skeen Eugene 19 906 36 25 29 29 83
33 Circus Circus David Thompson Eugene 19 529 38 35 19 32 86
34 Sunburn Phil Collins Eugene 19 85 27 30 32 35 97
35 Wild Rover Chris Thomas Eugene 19 57664 25 34 31 34 99
36 Divine Chaos Katy Patton Eugene 19 693 29 37 35 33 105
37 Mustang Spirit Martin Klos Eugene 19 279 20 36 36 36 108
38 Tracy Gail Tom McGinnis     707 28 38 37 37 112
39 Radio Active Puke Jaxon Skeen Eugene 19 9061 39 DNF DNF DNF 120

Day 1 Scores (PDF)

Tuesday, July 29 – Measuring until 1600 hours.  Practice races 1200 to 1430

No report

Monday, July 28 - Check In, Measuring, Vineyard Trip

Entry Form (PDF)

Notice of Race (PDF)

List of Entrants (alphabetical) - Updated 09/29/2009

As of Thursday the 24th, 32 boats have registered and 4 more boats are expected.  The names of these additional boats have not yet been provided.

 
1

Chet

Bowers

2

Stan

Bowers

3

Glen

Chapman

4

Richard

Chase

5

Phil

Collins

6

Ross

Cooley

7

Jason

Crowson

8

Mark

Erdrich

9

Mark

Forrest

10

Nicholas

Genevese

11

Bruce

Golison

12

Jim

Hill

13

Jeff

Keenan

14

Martin

Klos

15

Eric

Kownacki

16

Nicholi

Lenn

17

Jim

Martinaz

18

Gordon

Mattatall

19

Lyle

Mayer

20

Adam

Mazurkiewicz

21

Tom

McGinnis

22

IV

McNamara

23

Jorge

Murrieta

24

Anne

Newton

25

Katy

Patton

26

Hector

Rosado

27

Doug

Smith

28

Chris

Thomas

29

Britt

Williams

30

Chris

Winnard

 

Monday, after boat measurement, we pile into buses and head for La Velle Vineyards (www.lavelle-vineyards.com) for dinner and hopefully some form of entertainment.

Tuesday, after the remainder of the boats are measured, we eat some burgers and hear Andrew Kerr's talk.  We will again hop the buses for a trip to downtown Eugene for a taste of local micro brew beer.

Wednesday, after the races, we sit down to a BBQ rib dinner.

Thursday we gorge ourselves with Hector's famous BBQ pig before the annual meeting.

Dancing will happen either Wednesday or Thursday. Then Friday along with the awards, we nibble on finger foods. Of course beer will be provided every day.

Along with a week of great racing, you get all evening meals and lunches, plus bus rides to La Velle Vineyards and Eugene Microbrews, plus 3 t-shirts per boat.  Thanks to a generous tourism grant from Lane County, we are able to do all this for just $175 per boat for the week.

The only thing you will have to pay for is breakfast served by Sea Scouts (adults $5/kids $3), extra t-shirts, dry-fit t-shirts, caps, extra meals and 'fridge' magnets.

We are planning for a good time for everyone as well as a safe trip to the winery and micro brews. We are staking our reputation on having one of the finest regattas you can imagine.

Also note that we will assign boat slips, boat numbers, and RV parking spaces, that boats will be left in the water after Tuesday's practice races and there will be a special area for the first 5 finishers in each race to be checked by the measurement committee.

Watch for more info soon!

Don Erickson

Regatta Chair