1999 Fall - Tartan Ten Class

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1999 Fall - Tartan Ten Class
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Fall Quarter 1999
HEADLII\IE
DORAVIWins
1999North
American
Championship
By SusanBackusStarr
August7-10,1999
All the makings of a great regatia came
togetherin Milwaukeefor the 1999North
American Championshipat South Shore
YachtClub:
Cornfortabledocks - with Sly anC
Larry capablyoperatingthe hoist
Goodfood - lots of thoseMilwaukee
brats
Well-run races- plenty of wind
BNCKROADheld on to a solid leadwith
NLTS andMIDNIGI{T OIL closebehind.
After the race ended.the wind died and
shifted to
The second
race was sailed in light and l*py
conditions. The Z flag and OCS claimed
a few boats, including CHAfuMER and
US. DOM VI Ied the fleet retuming to
the dock at 7 p.m. for brats,burgers,and
"wall" beer.
TENSPEED
NEWS
Sunday - Rece 3, Big Waves, Big
Breeze,Big Race
Greatcompetition- 29 boats
Saturday - Races I and 2, Southerly
wind, 15+ knots
PUBLISHEDBY THE TARTAN TEN
ASSOCIATION
TENSPEEDEDITOR:
SusanBackusStarr
All association
membersareencouraged
to submitarticles,classifieds,
photogaphsand advertisements.
Pleaseforward informationto:
SusanBackusStarr
321 SouthBroadmoorBlvd.
Springfield,OH 45504
Next Deadline:
Januarv31.200A
race (twice aroundthe
giant triangle) was sailed in 20-25 knots
from the North. The higblight of this
race for most competitorswas the hullhumming spinnaker reach on the third
leg.
(SeeDora VI wins on Page 5)
1999NATIONAL OFFICERS
Matt Sealy
1234McMillian
Dearbom,MI 48128
Home: (313)278-5958
Office: (313)875-9900
Fax (313)875-939
E-mail: [email protected]
PRESIDENT:
VICEPRESIDENT
GaryDisbrow
32907Fox ChapelLane
AvonLake.OH 44012
(216)930-2s44
AREA VICE PRESIDENTS:
LAKE ERIE:
Kim Disbrow
423 Fox ChapelRoad
Pittsburgh,PA15238
(412',)963-1692
E-mail: [email protected]
JackOtrompke
2120Stanhope
GrossePointeWoods.MI 48236
(313)343-9060
LAKE ST. CLAIR:
LAKEMICHIGAN:
Art Stillcy
P.O.Box 60081
Chicago,Il 60660
(3r2\ 4754953
FLEET CAPTAIN:
Mark Heup
2715S, WentworthAvenue
Milwaukee,WI 53207
Home: (414)747-9909
Ofice: (414)227-2783
SECRETARY:
Roberi Aring
2821S. SuperiorSt.
Milwaukee,Wl 53207
Home: (414)481-2600
Offtce: (414)224'6742
E-mail: [email protected]
David Tritsch
4561BentCreekPlace
GroveCity, OH 43123
Home: (614)875-6767
Office: (614),144-1164
TREASIJRER:
welcomeslettersaddressing
The TenSpeed
concemsfor the class.Ifnecessaryto
shortenfor publication,the Editorwill
conla$ you.
Commentsmay also be directedto the web
page: http://www.tten.con/
or c/o Mike Puie<[email protected]>
David A. Ken
19BrandonPl.
Rocky River, OH ,t4l 16
Home: (216)333-7463
Officg. (216\447-2420
E-mail: [email protected]
CHIEF MEASI.]RER:
Fromthe LakeErieVice
President
Attention Lake Erie Sailors:
I want to thank everyonefor participating
in the 1999 season. Even though
numbers were relatively low at many
regattasthis year, the Ten classseemsto
have grown in numbers. The class also
maintained its reputation by hosting
many blender parties across the lake
thanks to the Liquor Box Crew on the
East End. Thanksto Gary Disbrow and
his crew for hosting the blenderparty at
the Bay. (Even though we know he did it
so it wouldn't end up on his boat!!!)
Also, thanksto DaveandCaroleDisbrow
for once again hosting the OH-iiOY
Pafty at tte Bay.
As we finish up sailing at the Fall
Regattas,pleasekeep in mind that I still
needresultsfrom many of the regattas.If
you have any results or know whom I
should contact at your club for the
results,pleaselet me know. As soonasI
get copiesof the results,I \ rill be ableto
determinethe Winners!! I would like to
plan a meeting/ awards presentation
sometimein February. So stay tuned for
more information.
Rememberjust becausethe seasonis
comingto an end,it is nevertoo earlyto
start lining up your crew for next year's
Nationals.MentorHarborYachtingClub
will be hosting the regatta and have
TimJackett
BLIILDER'SREPRESENTATM:
promisedme that it will be a greattime.
1920FairportNurseryRoad
The Sackettsfrom Cracker are chairing
P.O.Box 1135
the
event and we know that they know
FairportHarbor,OH 44077
how to paq. I believethe dates.willbe
(2l6) 3s4-3I I I
August l2th through the .15' with
SusanBackusStarr
TEN SPEEDEDITOR:
registrationon the l0* and l1'. So plan
321SouthBroadmoorBlvd.
Springfield,OH 45504
on participatingat the ILYA regattafor a
Home: (937)390-1431 tune up; then headover to Mentor for the
xl33
Ofiice: (937)325-7368
Nationals.Pleasenotethat you will have
E-mail: [email protected]
a week in between the Bay and the
Nationalsso you canget somework done
(only if you wantto).
USSAREP.:
Maft Koblenzer
l0l 1 EastSpoonerRoad
Fox Point, Wl 43217
Home: (414)351-5078
Office: (305)852-349r
I have enjoyed sailing with You
ihs,rghout the summerand look forward
to seeing and hearing from you during
the dreadedoff-season. Don't worry,
Memorial Day will be here soon!!! If
you have any questions,pleasefeel free
to contact me at 412-963-1692or email
me at <[email protected]>and don't
forgetto sendresultsto:
Kim Disbrow
423 Fox ChaPelRd.
PittsburghPA 15238
Have a great winter and see you in the
Spring
KimDisbrow
LakeErie Vice President
BNCKROAD preparesfor racingat the
NorthAmericanChampionship.
Gorrection:
The greatphotoon the classifiedpageof
the summerissuewasmisidentified.The
spinnakeris being set onboard TMTEN,
owned by the class treasurer, Dave
Tritsch.
(Picture relabeled- see on classiJieds
page)
T-{0 Association
Minutes
August7,1999
SouthShoreYacht Club
Milwaukee,WI
Officers Attending:
Gary Disbrow
DaveKerr
JackOnompke
Bob Aring
Mark Heup
Gary Disbrow - 0832 CT meeting called
to order. Gary infomredus that next year
2000NAC's will be in Mentor,OH; Aug
10-16,2000. Rick Strilky requestedthe
principal race officer's name, the jury,
equipmentavailable,etc. for this regatta.
Detroit hasexpressedinterestin the 2001
NAC.
The Treasurer'sreport was read. Rick
Stilky movedto accept,Passed.
Bob Aring - Read the minutes of the
conference call and moved to accept.
Passed.
Dave Kerr - Regarding the new boat
desig4 there are five changes to the
currentdesignfor the new boat, all above
the waterline. Dave will put out a packet
to the membership with a sketch and
specificationsto get feedback from the
membership. SusanBackus askedabout
whom is financingthis. We were assured
that this is not being done with T-10
Association funds. Also, as to whether
this boat would still be considered
"class." After somediscussion,we were
assuredthat the new boat would have to
be voted in by the full membershipas a
"class" T-10. At that'time, older boats
should be able to upgrade to the new
s$le.
Dave Kerr - Work is proceedingon the
new fittings to raise the sbroud
attachmentsabovethe deck. They hope
to be able to have fittings fabricatedand
testedthis year. Currentestimateis that a
retro kit will be in the neighborhoodof
$500, with plans availableto multiple
vendors. It is important to check the
current chain plate attachmentsbefore
upgrading, as the upgrade will get its
supportfrom the currentsystem.
Gary Disbrow - Broughtup the subjectof
the handrail. Rick Strilky offered the
opinion that the Chicagofleet would like
it replaced with a small handrail.
Discussion followed without resolution.
It was decided to put this to a general
membershipvote.
Gary Disbrow - CommendedDave Kerr
on the new MeasurementCertificate,but
noted that we need to defrne parameters
around how this is organized. It was
enforcedfor the 1999 NAC's and will
alsobe enforcedfor the 2000NAC's.
A suggestion was made to somehow
mark the forestayafter it wasmeasured.
Gary Disbrow - Named the officers.
(SecretaryNote: Since an election was
not held, all cunent fficers remain in
their current positions until the next
GeneralMembership meeting.)
SusanBackus - Looking for information
from all the fleets for the TenSpeed.
Gary Disbrow - lnformed all about Key
West Week and the St. Petersburg
NOODs, pumpedup the membershipto
go to those. If there are 10 boa$ at the
NOODs,we cangeta onedesignstart.
Dave Kerr - A questionabout the boom
topping lift was raised and it should be
3/32" coatedwire. Someboats have a
Kevlar line, but this was voted upon at
the Dec 1998meetingandpassedto keep
it asis.
Bob Aring - Brought up the idea of
allowing any fitting on the boat to be
moved wittrin the stated tolerances,as
opposedto "You can't changeanything."
Gene McCarthy - Restatedthis
better asi: "Owners' changes within
tolerancesare not grounds for protest."
A motion to sendthis as a proposalto the
membershipwas madeandpassed.
Ron Jerominski- Broughtup the needfor
a girth measurementat the top batten of
the jib, a ruling on loose footed mains
and boomsfaps. Refened to Dave Ken
andhis measurers.
Mark Heup - Fleet Captainof Fleet 21
welcomed all to Milwaukee and gave
pointerson areasto avoid due to the low
water.
Meetadjoumedat 0950.
Bob Aring
Secretary
LakeSt. ClairFleet
Activity
By JackOtrompke
ThursdayNight SummerSeriesResults
007
Jim Kraft
7 pts
DemonRum JackOtrompke 8 pts
Hydromotion DeanCorrion l0 pts
MachoDuck DaveKlaasen 24pts
PassinThru Mat Sealey
24 pts
Britsar
Ken Schram 24 pts
t ) Taz
25 pts
Eric Slack
DougHill
HansonBratton
8) JeannieAnn LarryPetersen 26pts
9) La Rosa
Brian Walter 32 pts
l0) Overdrart
Dave Williams 35 pts
ll) Adios
Ken Tanner 40 pts
12) Tar Baby
Donlang
43 pts
l)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
LHOOD (Lake Huron Offshore One
Desigrt)Labor Day Weekend
This was the secondyear for this regatta
and participation was up just one boat
from last yearto 4 boats.
The regatta consists of 2 windwardleeward races on Friday, followed by a
modified windward leewardon Saturday
and a Long Distance Race on Suday.
Monday was used to transport back
home. It is anticipatedthat this r€gatta
will becomemore popularin futtue years
for the T-TENS. as it hasfor the J-35's.
Bayweek- Results(August2-4, 1999)
Competitor
Place BoatName
Fleet
Measurerc
TartanTen ClassOne
DesignRules:
*16.1 The owner
shall be obliged to
satisfr himself that
one-desigrr
the
principle has not
been violated and to
do nothing during the
course of ownership
to causethe principle
to be violated."
5
THINKBLUE
8
REDCLOUD
10 ER/ES/LENCE
11 BEAR
12 SKM
13 PASS/NIHRU
14 FULLBORE
Racel Race2 Race3 Race4 Race5 Race6 RaceT Total
132177122
28
1
I
2
6
2
5
LenChamberlain 4
2
BillKubicek
2832
3
11044
DaveDisbrow
1
DSQ 39
5
4139
GaryDisbrow
11343
2
6
6411
lGren Sackett
5105 7
11
13
3
I
7
Greg Guttrnan
9457
981386
JohnGreiner
12
6
7
5
7
9
DavidBlackrnan
1310710114
Tom Rocks
141199513
12
11
12
51012971
J i mJohns
76
13
10
13
12
MattSealy
96
12
',14
14
DNF
12
14
14
RandyOates
15
DNF DNF 111
DNS DNS DNS DNF
5 weeks
Being in race
getting it ready,the start of the race was
simply a continuation. The boat was
August24,1999
ready and we had only seenthe upwind
10-15knots on Monday and Wednesday sails; the down wind sails had not been
out of the bags. We were a dog off the
made for perfect racing at Bay Week.
starting line; everyonein the sectionwas
the
packed
into
a
full
schedule
The Tens
sailing by us and we tried all sorts of
3 day event: 7 races, I Oh Boy party, I
combinationstrying to seek some speed
blender party (and that's in addition to
out of the boat. Some l0's had double
the sponsoredparties).
reef, somesinglereef and someno reef in
On the final day's long distancerace, 5
their mains. We tied single reef and no
boats could shift in any finishing order.
reef. We tried flattening and deepening
Heidi andthe N[/IS womentook the lead
the sails. We couldn't find any speed
at the first mark and held on for the
going upward. We started at the Pin
victory. The next four boats finished
(East End) and flopped to Port
within 3 points of eachother. Therewas
immediately,with the conceptbeing that
lots of good competitionwith newcomers we believed that the wind would clock
andveteranssharingleadpositionsin any
and we would be on the right hand side
given race.
of a right hand shift. It worked. When
we hit the beach(almost literally) on the
Next year's rcgatta(July 31 - August2)
Michigan side,we flopped over and got
would be a great tune-up for Mentor's
lifted on starboard. The wind continued
North Americans. Think about a long
clock. We put up the kite (two
to
Lake Erie vacation.
beautifirl Indian headspainted on them)
and clipped close to Little Sable, Big
Sableand Point Betsie. Then we went
out to sea. Going into the Manitou
Blind Luck
passage,we hit a wind shearand sat for
1-% hours. While eatinglasagn4garlic
By GlennT. McCarthy,ESTAES
bread,fresh veggiesand Marie's Garlic
Exactly 5 weeks before the start of the
dressing and tapioca pudding, the
1999 Chicagoto MackinacIsland Race, youngestcrew, 15 year old Laura said,
Gene McCarthy purchasedthe T-10, ex
"Aren't we supposedto do a radio call
Pulp Fiction, ex Tom Tom, with the
in?" Yikes, therewas 5 minutesto go. A
intention of sailing the Mac. The floor
scrambleto plot, find the radio station,
was rotted 8" wide by 6' long, which
call in the position and in the remaining
required replacement. Other projects moments,we heard one other boat make
includedpulling the water and fuel tanks;
a call in with the same grid as we
so with 4 weeksto go, the interior of the
reported,WATERWORKS.
boat was guttedwith only the engineleft
ln hastemaking it to the startingline, we
inside.
left the binocularsat home. The rule of
BayWeek
1998-r999
FleetMeasurers:
Fleet2 Measurer
Doug Baker
,1415North tlamlin Avenue
Chicago,IL 60625
Home: (312)588-0388
Office: (312)2E0-EE00
Fleet3 Mcasurcr
Ray Lokar
33705lakeshore Boulevard
Lakeline, OH 44095
Home: (440)942-2518
Offtce: (440) 974'1300
Fleet4 Measurer
Eric Slack
1976HawthorneRoad
GrossePointc Woods"MI 48236
Home: (313) 882-5973
Flcet 15Measurer
lohn Riddle
5778Huron S[eet
Vermilion,OH 44089
Home: (i140)967-4538
Offroe: (440\949'2999
Flcet 16Measurer
Iim Johns
68 Elm Street,Box 396
Milan, OH ,14846
Home: (419)499-4269
Oftice: (419)499-2508
Fleet19Measurer
DaveKen
19BrandonPlace
RockyRiver,OH 44116
Home: (440)333-7,f63
Office: (440\953-7527
Fleet2l Measurer
Ron Jerominski
9751SouthHowell Avenue
OakCreek WI 53154
Home: (414\7624927
Ofiice: (414)7624927
Toledo
FleetMeasur€r.
JohnGreiner
Drive
5556Edgewater
Toledo,OH43611
Home: (419)726-3755
Offrce: (419)726-2933
thumbbecameo
if it hasa3/arig, it is a T10. Do you have any idea how many
boats sail the Mac that are % ng? The
radio call-in left us not knowing if were
last or first. Without binoculars. we
couldn't measure who was around us.
Monday afternoon while sailing past
Beaver Island, we confirmed a T-10
behind uri, CHEAP THRILL.
Not
knowing if we were 2ndto last and he was
last or if we were first andhe was second.
we decidedto go for the kill and attempt
to leap boatsthat were aheadof us. The
plan backfired and CHEAP THNLL leap
froggedpastus and got a halfhour ahead
of us. ln retospect, had we known
CHEAP THNLL was 2d, we would have
carnpedon him all the way through the
finish line andmatchedhis everymove.
CHEAP THNLL andESTAES were in a
pack of 37 boats(33'-50') that traveled
togetherfrom the Manitou's through the
finish. There seemedto be a crunching
effect of the wind that kept us togetheras
a pod. When sailing underthe bridge the
wind was good; past the bridge it went
deadagain. A freighterwas coming from
the bridge and making course between
the finish line shack and the Round
Island Lighthouse. He turned on his
carbon-arclight at 3:00 am and shownit
on us whenwe passed150' awaymaking
it brighter than daylight. I picked up a
flashlight" shown it back on him and
stuck my tongue out at him. He waved
his light backand forth, which gaveall of
us a howl. We kept ttre kite up in T-10
fashion, flipping from head to wind,
beatingand tight reachingwith it all the
way acrossthe line. We closedthe %
hour gap to 32 secondsat the finish, for
secondplacein section,l5s in fleet. For
sailing in the blind the whole raceand not
knowing where the competitionwas, we
were all pleasedat the outcome. It was a
nicewelcomebackto the T-10 class.
|NOTE: Final results of this race are
listed on Page9, from the ChicagoYacht
Club websitel
Talentaboundsin T10
Fleet
As a sequelto his "Lord Won't you Buy
Me a Tartan Ten," Rick Anderson
(ECLIPSE)pennedtheselyrics. Sing or
hum to the Wizard of Oz tune - 'If I onlv
had a Brain.'
I COULD WHILE AWAY TIIE HOURS
AND SPENDA LOT OF DOLLARS
NOT KNOWING WHY OR WHEN.
YES I COULD BE A SAILOR
I COULD BE A'STARBOARD' HAILER
IF I IIAD A TARTAN IO.
I WOULD MEMORIZE THE POLARS
GO SURFIN' DOWN TI{E ROLLERS
NO ONE WOI.JLDPASSME TIIEN.
I'D THANK SPARKMAN & STEPIIENS
FORTFIEWAKE THAT I'DBE LEAVIN'
IF I HAD A TARTAN IO.
OH I COULD TELL YOU WHY
YOU STARTATBOAT ORPIN
ICOULD DREAMOF ALLTI{E
RACES I COI.JLDWIN
IF I ruST TACK JIBE A}{D TACK
I WOTJLDNOT BE CHASIN' BIRDIE
SAIL TI{E WORLD BEFOREI'M 30
LIKE COLTIMBUSAND HIS MEN.
I COULD SAIL TO T}IE HORZON
THAT I ALWAYS HAD MY EYES ON
IF I HAD A TARTAN 10.
And you thoughtyou
hadseeneverything
Be sure to check out <tten.com> the
photosof Brett Hamlin's "crucified" T10. And you guys thought the handrails
werein the way!
(ContinuedfromPageI)
DoraVl Wins
MIDNIGI'IT OIL was first to the weather
mark and kept his lead. Meanwhile,
NWS and LIQUOR BOX werc trading
placesfor secondand third. Other great
boat racestook place on the racecourse,
but sailing conditionslimited this editor's
reporting ability. (See <tten.com>for
DOM ZIs descriptionof the race.) A
few casualtieswere suffered. The most
dramaticwas the loss of WINNEBAGOs
rig on the secondbeat. LIQUOR BOX
missed the evening's karaoke while
reinforcingtheir mast stepand re-rigging.
It was an incredibleday of racing!
Monday - Race4
The day's racing was postponedfor two
hours waiting for wind. The breeze
finally filled in from the Southeast.
PEAfuL and TEMENW reachedthe first
mark fust and second. But with wind
shifu on both sides of the course.
LIQUOR BOX took the lead on the
second weather leg. The next seven
boats(including BRICKRAAD who made
the comebackof the day) rounded the
mark virtually at the same time and
convergedfor a close finish. PEIRI had
been OCS, so everyone moved up a
place.
The predictedfront camethroughjust as
the RC was preparingfor race5. The 30knot wind left crews scrarnblingto reef,
rurtil the RC abandonedracing for the
day..just in time for Mexican Night and
the pub-crawl.
Tuesday - Rrce 6, Northwest, 8-10
knots,5legsW-L, The Showdown
Any of five boats could win the
championship. MIDNIGH'T OIL (5.25)
had a2 point lead on tlree boatstied for
secondplace,LIQUOR BOX, DOM W,
and. BNCKROAD.
NUTS was 2.25
pointsbehindwith 10,
ECLIPSEhad an early lead and was first
to the weather mark, followed by the
Klaasencrew on MACHO DUCK. NUTS
was close enough in third to hear the
quaking. BRICKROAD and LIQUOR
BOX werc sailing their tlrow-out races
whtle MIDNIGHT OIL and DOM YI
were tying to pick their way from the
6s-10trplacerange.
On the second weather leg, DOM VI
brokefree (seeaccountat <tten.com>)on
a long starboardtack. Rich's crew came
out of the left comer with a five boat
length lead on the fleet. It was clear air
for anothertwo legs and a terrific come
from behindvictory.
Scott Brueswitz's crew on MIDNIGHT
OIL n race 3 won the SparkmanStevens
PerformanceTrophy for greatestmargin
of victory.
The Charlie Britton Trophy for best final
standing after a lower half, mid-regatta
position was won by Ron Jerominskion
EXPRESSO.
(See Results of 1999 North American
Championshipon Page8)
MilwaukeeBay Fleet-2{
News
By Mark Heup
20,1999
September
The Milwaukee Bay Tartan Ten Class
Fleet-2l wrappedup its 1999seasonthis
past weekend. Attached are the final
seasonresults.
It was a groatsummerfor sailing on Lake
We
Milwaukee.
Michigan in
predominantly
wann
sunny
experienced
weatherwith moderatewinds. The Last
Blast regatta sailed the weekend of
September l8 &. 19 provided for
southerlywinds and temps near 80; this
regattais taditionally known for doling'
out cold blastsfrom the north along with
heavyseas.
The great weatherallowed us to sail 17
racesfor our seasonseries. Most of the
Fleet-2l boatsalso sailedin the Chicago
NOOD's, the Milwaukee Grand Prix
(fomrerly known as the Milwaukee "Big
seeinga lot more of Scott'sboat on the
Boat Regatta")and of course,the Tartan
Ten North American ChamPionshiP water next summer. Our nurnbersnow
standat 11 and we havehopesofadding
Regatt4 hosted by Miiwaukee's South
boatsto the fleet in the future.
additional
Shorp Yacht Club. All added uP, this
January17-21,2000
seasonprovided us with 31 hard-fought We'll be holding our season wrbp-up
All T-10 ownershave been mailed the
fttces- a formula for an excellentsummer meetingin early October,where we plan
Notice of Race for GMC Yukon
of T-10racing!
to elect local fleet offtcers and vote on
Yachting Key West Race Week. Event
We also addedto our ranksthis summer, rule and rcgaltaplans for the 2000 racing
organizerswill provide a separateclass
season.
with Scott Bruesewitz bringing the boat
start for T-10's if there is a strong
MIDNIGI|T OILto town. Although only
(See1999MilwaukceBay SeasonResults nrrnout.
racing enough to CuaUry for the
onPage 10)
For More Information,Contact:
'99NAC's this summer, we anticipate
PeterS. Craig
EventDirector andRaceChairman
c/o PremiereRacingInc.
67 B FrontSteet,P.O.Box 1067
MA 01945 USA
Marblehead.
(781)639-9s45
Tel:
(781) 639-9171
Fax:
E-Mail: [email protected]'com
KeyWest2000
Photos by NateParsons
Race Results
1999NorthAmericanChamPionshiP
August7-14,1999
SouthShoreYacht Club, Milwaukee,WI
Results:
PEARL
I M. Van Fossen/
IYILDNORWEGAN
* Did not sail, racewas abandoned
ChicagoYacht Club, Raceto Mackinac
July 10-13,1999
on July 15, 1999
Resultspostedto http://www.chicagoyachtclub.conr/updates.htm
PreliminaryResults:
PHRF 9
Chicagoto MackinacRace
Final resultspendingAdmin. Detailsnot affectingwinners.
Resul* created:07/1511999
@ 14:06:33
RaceChairman: Ann Moorman
SponsoringClub: CYC - ChicagoYacht Club
Time AllowanceMethod: TD - Time on Distance
RaceType: MAC - MackinacClassic
RaceDistance:289.4
StartTime: 12:30:00
RaceScoringData- StartDate: 07110/99
Irn 33
fFor all boatsthis race)Ratine= 126 Twe = Tl0
Elapsed Allowanc Corrected Sec. Flt Note
Club
Finish
Owne(s)
Sail#
BoatName
e
l14
3l:2:9
62:57:I
3I:54:52
CYC
3:3:27:I
Snyder,Tim &
32319 CHEAP THNLL
Nancv
215
3l:2:41
JPYC 3:3:27;33 62:57:33 3l:54;52
McCarthy,GeneT.
26315 ESTAES
I
36 4
33:36:
3:6: 0:53
65:30:53 3l:54:52
CYC
Whitford,
26337 BILLYBONES
Christopher
46 6
0
CC Y C 3:6:2:52
65:.32t52 3l.54:,52 33:38:
Hallisy,Judy
30246 US
33:41:7
56 8
65:35:59 3l:54:52
CYC
3: 6: 5:59
Gofl C. /Mitchell,
23669 DIFFERENT
J
DRUMMER
33:45:18 67 1
COLY C 3:6:10:10 65:40:10 3l:54:52
Elledge,Richard
30829 ALIBI
77 3
33:49:21
3:6:14:13 65:.44;13 3l:54:52
CYC
26302 WATERWORKS Lillie, R.
3:6:16:45 65:46245 3l :54:52 33:51:53 87 5
CYC
Knon, Tom
26332 MEMCIOUS
97 7
33:52:4
3:6:16:56 65:46:56 3l:54:52
CYC
Martin, Adrian R.
32279 KUNJANI
8l
33:57212 l 0
65:52:4 3l:54;52
C C Y C 3:6:22;4
Eiesland,Arvid
26327 WILD
NORWEGUN
11
95
34:ll:49
CC Y C 3:6:36:41 66:.6:41 3l:54:52
Kerlow,E. lMintz
40563 OWMGEOUS
B.
12 107
31:54.52 34:20:
8
66:15:
0
JP Y C 3:6:45:0
McDonnell, G. /
26317 WITCH-CMFT
Webb.J.
66:33:45 3l:54:,52 34:38:53 13 125
CYC
3:7;3:45
32101 FIDDLESTICKS!! Woodward,Woody
14 135
CYC
3:7:19:I
66:49:1 31:54:52 34:54:9
Dorra Syndicate
26341 DOM YI
15 t42
67:6:21 31t54t52 35:ll:.29
CYC
3:7:36:21
Igoe,Philip A.
26349 HOT CANARY
35:30:12 16 146
67:25:4 3l:54:52
M OR F 3:7;55:4
Baker,Doug
26316 TEMENTY
35:50:13 t7 155
JPYC 3: 8:15:5
67:45:5 3l:54:52
Travis,David B.
26318 MISCHIEF
36:32:56 18 176
CYC
3: 8:57:48 68:27:48 3l:54:52
Hildewein,Todd
21789 JAWS
36:38:33 19 178
68:33:25 3l:54:52
CYC
3:9:3:25
Mehaffey, Stanley
26301 TALISMAN
R.
36:53t29 20 l9l
CYC
3:9:18:21 68:48:21 3l:54:52
Gordon,Glen
33885 SIEGE
21 200
69:36257 3l:54:52
37:425
JPYC 3:10:6:57
Taylor, Keith
26307 TALL DOG
37;57:12 22 202
WYC
3:10:,22:4 69:52:4 3l:54:52
Witaszek,George
26303 BUSHIDO
l7
23 205
C C Y C 3:10:58:9 70:28:9 31:54:52 38:33:
26340 MINBOW'S END Finh StevenJ.
24 209
39:4:50
3:11:29:42 70:59:42 3l:54t52
Keepper,John
ANYC
26322 SCOTCHMIST
DNF
MORF
Luksha,William
32640 EARTH
EXPLORER
DNC
MORF
Beemsterboer,
42385 DWCH REIGN
Simon
Note CodeExplanations:DNC.....Did not Compete
DNF .....Didnot Finish
1999BacardiBayviewMackinacRace
postedJuly
Resultsfrom Bayview Yacht Club web site'
15' 1999
Results:
Final
Class:PHRF'L
Course:ShoreCourse
Date: JulY13, 1999(Finish)
Time:
gly"i"* Y.C. Website- Sponsoredby UK-Defoit andthe
Yachtsman
Owner{s)
BoatName
Sait#
Pt-
Club
Type
Rating
LOA
126
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Don
BYC
T-10
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15378 DEMONRUM
JackOromPke
AYC
T-10
JJ
126
26350 HYDROMOTION
DeanCorrion
BYC
T-10
JJ
126
J
30687 uRossa
Brian Walter
CSYC
T-10
33
126
4
26158 MACHODUCK
Dave Klaasen
GPSC
T-10
JJ
126
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HansonBratton
BYC
T-r0
JJ
t26
6
31126 TAZ
22391 NOREBASE
BYC
T-10
JJ
126
7
Ralph fuchards
23928 OVERDMFT
David Williams
PHYC
T-10
JJ
126
8
26308 BRITSAR
Ken Schram
sYc
T-10
JJ
t26
9
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Tue l 3:17:38
Tue 15:39:31
Tue l 5:41:35
Tue 15:51:57
Tue 15:52204
Tue16:26215
Tue16:47:.22
Tue17:55:32
Tue 18:04:07
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MOTIVATEDBUYER
#152,WTNDEMON,$14,900.
#54,RED CLOI.ID
Fully Race Equippd. Dark Blue Hull
Extensive
(Awlgripped in
'93)
EquipmentList (include. 14 sails)
KVH Electronics: Speed, wind speed
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ThunderBay Sailor wantsto pwchaseTl0 and/ortrailer.
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quik
knots
hauled,
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(440) 949-2999
E-mail: [email protected]
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