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S2 7.9 Class Association

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Registration
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NOR Entries

Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Race 1

2

3

4

5

6

Total

W/ Throw Out

1

Navigator

Rob Jossart

5

2

2

2

1

4

16

11

2

Rebel

John Spierling

7

5

1

3

2

5

23

16

3

Scalded Dawg

James O'Dell

1

8

3

5

10

3

30

20

4

Straight Up

Mickey Gregg

3

3

7

6

4

12

35

23

5

Matros

Tom Bryant

8

1

8

1

6

14

38

24

6

Just One More

Jeff Mootz

4

6

5

8

5

7

35

27

7

Itch

Paul Latour

11

10

10

4

3

1

39

28

8

ALZYK

Al Wolczyk

10

4

6

11

13

8

52

39

9

Dooley Speedster

Craig Dooley

2

9

11

15

11

9

57

42

10

Relentless

Chris Craig

12

7

4

10

9

13

55

42

11

Apex

Kevin Lemonds/ Kent Picknell

9

13

9

7

7

10

55

42

12

Ripple

Chris Zitelli

6

12

12

12

12

2

56

44

13

Dart

Tom Wernette/ Roger Pollack

13

11

13

9

8

11

65

52

14

Hydra

John Garner

14

14

14

13

14

6

75

61

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Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Race 1

2

3

4

5

Total

1

Fun Uncle

Tyson Connolly

8

4

1

1

2

16

2

Smile & Wave

Scott Derby

2

1

11

2

5

21

3

Gauntlet

Cary Diehl

7

2

6

3

3

21

4

Rebel 496

John Spierling

1

5

3

6

7

22

5

Challenge

Amy Cermak

5

3

8

4

10

30

6

Matros

Tom Bryant

3

14

7

5

4

33

7

Ol Blue Eyes

Peter Schwarz

6

8

12

10

1

37

8

Navigator

Rob Jossart

4

6

4

15

11

40

9

Infiltrator

Frank Lyons

14

11

5

8

6

44

10

Solo Cup

Brian Smith/ Steve Tepel

15

13

2

7

12

49

11

Relentless

Chris Craig

13

7

14

9

17

60

12

Ginger

Andrea Hill

20

9

9

14

8

60

13

ALZYK

Al Wolczyk

9

10

20

13

14

66

14

Scratch

Paul Latour

10

16

17

12

27/OCS

82

15

Straight Up

Jeff Danahauer

11

20

13

20

18

82

16

Scalded Dawg

James O'Dell

12

12

15

22

27/DNS

88

17

Apex

Kevin Lemonds/ Kent Picknell

18

27/DNF

27/DNS

11

9

92

18

Claire's Charm

Rusty Smith

24

21

18

16

13

92

19

Maiden Michigan

Mitch Polgar

17

18

10

27/DNF

27/DNS

99

20

Dart

Tom Wernette/ Roger Pollack

23

24

21

18

15

101

21

I Sea U

Claudio Martin

16

19

16

24

27/DNS

102

22

Kaotic

Brent and Sharla OKeeffee

21

15

22

19

27/DNF

104

23

Sails Call

Tim Lozon

25

22

19

23

16

105

24

Lickety Split

Matt and Chris Jablonski

22

17

27/DNS

17

27/DNF

110

25

Full Tilt

Burt Parker

19

23

23

21

27/DNS

113

26

Dutch Buoy

Lloyd VandenBrink

27/DNF

25

27/DNS

27/DNS

27/DNS

133

Do you have the Winter blues? Itching to go sailing, but your lake is frozen? If so, hook up your vehhicle and trailer and join us in sunny Florida for some great Winter sailing. Docking is available at the yacht club with a ramp nearby. There are also plenty of hotels in the area. One option that has worked in the past for crews is to have half of the crew drive the boat down and the other half fly down. On the return trip the roles would be reveresed so that less days of work will be missed and you get to sail in February.

2019 St. Pete NOOD Registration
is now open
February 15-17
St. Petersburg, FL

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Third Place- Scalded Dawg

Second Place-Rebel

First Place-Navigator

RESULTS

Minutes from the 2017 and 2018 annual meeting hosted at the Class Championship are now available. They can always be found under the banner at the top of the page under Rules/Docs and also below for a limited time. Look for the rules that were voted in to be updated in the next few months. New rule changes will include: sail number requirements and max wind for CCRs.

2017 and 2018 CCR Minutes
Now Available

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 Sec/Treas or the class president if you have any questions.

Paul Latour, Secretary-Treasurer

Results

You missed a good ol' time if you did not attend the 2018 edition of the Equalizer regatta. We were met with picture perfect sunny fall conditions with 14 boats sailing. This was a well traveled regatta with boats coming from Kentucky, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, and Maryland. Crews started arriving Thursday and ventured downtown Nashville for some good food and great music. As boats started to be put together and launched, some ventured out to Percy Priest Lake for a beautiful sail. Saturday was met with sunny skies and winds that started around 8kts and built throughout the afternoon to around 20kts. We were able to get in four races for the day. Saturday evening was the infamous Gumbo party at Paul Latour's house. There was plenty of food, drinks, a fire pit and of course great S2 7.9 camaraderie. Sunday started off sunny with a chill in the air with good winds. We were able to get 2 races off before the wind shut off. The final results were Navigator in First place, Rebel in Second place, and Scalded Dawg in Third place. This was the final race of the S2 7.9 Class Association season and now we move South for the St. Pete NOOD in february.

Congratulations to Navigator on Winning the
Nashville Equalizer Regatta
 


Congratulations to Fun Uncle on Winning the 2018 S2 7.9 Class Championship

Time left until Fun in the Sun at the St. Pete NOOD:

 

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Calendar

 

2019 Regattas

St. Pete NOOD
February 15-17

Annapolis NOOD
May 3-5

Lake Erie Championship
Grosse Ile, MI
June 1-2

Possibly Cleveland
Race Week
Late June

Possibly Verve Cup
Chicago, IL
Mid August

Class Championship
Racine Yacht Club
Racine, WI
September 20-22
 

Nashville Equalizer
Late October




























If you didn't attend this year's Class Championship, you missed one fantastic regatta. The Regatta started with perfect sailing conditions on Friday, partly cloudy skies and 10-14 kts of wind. After day one, Rebel was in first place with the next 5 boats within 3 points of each other. Saturday brought heavy air with winds around 20kts. It was a wild ride with boat speeds pushing 9 kts downwind. After 2 races, the Race Committee called racing for the day as the wind and seas continued to build. On Saturday night the annual banquet was held at Ford Yacht and it was tasty! Many times, the comment "This is the best buffet I've ever had" was heard. Following the banquet there was a band that rocked the rest of the evening. There was even a sighting of a Relentless crewmember in a Pac Man suit on the dance floor. As the winds were even stronger on Sunday with gusts to 35, the Race Committee decided to call off racing for the day and end the regatta. All the traveling boats were out of the water and secured by 12:00pm when the awards started. Every boat received an award and a goody bag including the coveted 3D printed model of the S2 7.9. After 5 races and big winds, Fun Uncle was the winner and the 2018 Class Champion. Many thanks to Cary Diehl and Ford Yacht for putting on one of the best CCRs ever. Also, thanks to all those on the RC boats, especially those on the mark boats. Without all of these people, this regatta would not have happened. Join us in Racine, WI in 2019.



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