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Is $30 membership worth it?

One of the biggest benefits to being a member is that you receive a reduced price on a new mast. Paul Latour has graciously put together a system and means of purchasing a new mast. To receive the discount, you must be a current member, and also have been a member the preceding year. The discount is $300. Following is a report from our Secretary/Treasurer on the status of the mast blanks:

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This February 2013 photo documents over half of the mast blanks safely kept by JSI in St. Petersburg, FL.  Your  Secretary-Treasurer documented all thirty blanks stored by JSI for us.  Mast blanks cost $900 to persons who have been class members continuously for at least one and the previous year, and $1200 to others.   JSI charges separately to finish a blank (pricing varies by parts recycled and aging; I connect buyers with JSI for details.  

JSI also stores spreader blanks for us. The class owns two sets of finished painted spreaders stored by JSI available for $250+shipping.  Connect with Paul if you need these.

Just want you to know that your money and masts are well cared for and accountable by your class leaders.

Mail Paul or the class president if you have any questions.

Paul Latour, Secretary-Treasurer

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Let us know where you plan on racing in 2014 at the class sanctioned regattas. You can also use the form if you are looking for a ride.

2014 Regatta Locations

Click on the marker for the address and a link for directions.

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2014 Class Championship Regatta
Aug 21-23, 2014, Holland, MI

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Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Sail #

Race 1

2

3

4

Total

1

Relentless

Tac Boston/Chris Craig

44

3

2

1

4

10

2

K2

Doug & Jeff Padnos

432

1

3

9

1

14

3

Second Wind

Don & Jean Bergman

507

2

1

3

13

19

4

Ol Blue Eyes

Peter Schwarz

88

4

9

7

3

23

5

Dangerous Liaison

Paul Tobias

71

11

8

2

5

26

6

Hard Tack

Tom Elsen

542

8

6

4

8

26

7

Raised By Wolves

Mark Rode

209

13

4

6

10

33

8

Rebel496

John Spierling

496

7

7

12

9

35

9

Matros

Tom Bryant/R. Gamache

520

15

12

8

2

37

10

Challenge

Amy Cermak

242

12

13

10

6

41

11

Navigator

Rob Jossart

539

7

5

16

14

42

12

Smile & Wave

Scott Derby

538

20

11

5

11

47

13

Kaboom

Daniel O'Keef

519

5

10

18

22/
DNF

55

14

Scalded Dawg

James ODell

522

6

18

14

18

56

15

VOOM!

Todd Abram

524

9

14

11

22/
DNF

56

16

I Sea U

Claudio Martin

267

10

19

13

17

59

17

Gauntlet

Cary Diehl

106

14

21

19

7

61

18

Scratch

Paul Latour

544

17

15

17

15

64

19

Straight Up

Jeff Danhauer

518

16

17

20

12

65

20

Wolfe Pack

Joel Wolfe

224

18

16

18

16

68

21

Blue Arrow

Tim Boak

370

19

20

15

19

73

Silver

Division

1

Born 2 Run

Quinn McCarthy

8302

1

1

1

1

4

2

Reactor Factor

David Kennedy

163

2

2

3/
DNF

3/
DNF

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Relentless, skippered by Tac Boston wins the 2014 Class Championship.

The CCR started off slow with light winds on Thursday where only one race was sailed before the wind completely died and an impending storm on the way sent the boats in for the day. Friday brought no wind and thus races were canceled after a trip out to the racecourse was just a tease from the weather man. Luckily the Banquet made up for no racing on Friday. We had a fantastic meal from MBYC. We were also graced with a special guest. Scott Grahm, one of the boats designers was in attendance. Scott is really down to earth and was treated as a celebrity. Saturday was a beautiful day with wind. Three races were sailed with fierce competition at the top. Second Wind, K2, and Relentless each had a spot at the top of the leader board. In the end the Boston brothers and the crew on Relentless were able to pull out the Championship. Second overall went to K2 and third overall went to Second Wind. Second Wind also took home the Amateur Trophy.

The S2 7.9 Class would like to thank Scott Derby and Roger Gamache for all of the hard work organizing the regatta. We would also like to thank our PRO, Barb Gamache, for doing all that she could to make sure we had good races on the water even with the tough wind conditions. Lastly, we would like to thank MBYC for hosting our class at their beautiful facility. Join us in 2015 at Lake Minnetonka in Wayzata, MN.

2014 National Chmpionship
2014 National Chmpionship

Pictures Courtesy of Brandy Boston, Heather Gidley and Chris Craig. Many more on the water shots from Brandy are available here.

Final Results

2014 Nashville Equalizer
October 25-26

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Paul Latour and the Percy Priest Yacht Club would like to invite you to the 2014 Equalizer regatta. This is always a great regatta with a big turnout. In addition to racing, there is a party and Paul's house on Friday night (see invitation below), honky tonkin' downtown Nashville, and there is also a Nashville Predators game on Saturday night.

 

2014 Regattas


St. Pete NOOD February 14-16


Sarasota One Design
March 21-23


Annapolis NOOD May 2-4


Class Championship
August 21-23
Holland, MI


Equalizer Regatta
October 25-26
Nashville, TN

 

2015 CCR

Wayzata YC
September 17-19, 2015
Lake Minnetonka, MN
(Minneapolis, MN)

More Info HERE

There is a Regatta the weekend before that can be used as a tune-up for the CCR

From the Secretary

Weight database has been updated from weighings in Holland. Please ensure that there are not any discrepancies. Advise sectreas@s279.org of any issues.

2014 Annual meeting minutes are available here.

A parts list has been started. Please email sectreas@s279.org or chriscraig@s279.org with any additions.

(weight database, parts list and minutes are normally located in Rules/Docs. tab above.)

RESULTS

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