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Overall Results

Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Sail #

Race 1

2

Total

1

Smile & Wave

Scott Derby

538

3

1

4

2

Fun Uncle

Tyson Connolly

422

2

2

4

3

Matros

Tom Bryant

520

1

5

6

4

Challenge

Mickey Nielson

242

4

3

7

5

Rebel

John Spierling

496

5

4

9

6

Scalded Dawg

James ODell

522

7

9

16

7

Navigator

Rob Jossart

539

9

8

17

8

Just One More

Jeff Mootz/ Michael Doyle

250

11

7

18

9

One Too Many

Brian Keller

205

8

10

18

10

Raised By Wolves

Mark Rode

209

13

6

19

11

Gauntlet

Cary Diehl

106

6

13

19

12

Unborrowed

Kevin Lemonds

497

10

15

25

13

ITCH

Paul Latour

231

15

11

26

14

Dangerous Liaison

Paul Tobias

71

14

12

26

15

Wolfe Pack

Joel Wolfe

224

12

17

29

16

I Sea U

Claudio Martin

267

16

14

30

17

Final Round

Jeff Bonvallet

512

18

16

34

18

Relentless

Chris Craig

490

17

19

36

19

Still The One

Chuck Goff

140

19

20

39

20

High n Tight

Steve Wickert

228

22

18

40

21

Maiden Michigan

Mitch Polgar

20

22/RET

22/RET

44

LakeHuronRacing
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Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Sail #

Race 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Total

1

Fun Uncle

Tyson Connolly

422

1

3

1

3

1

1

3

2

15

2

Rebel

John Spierling

496

2

1

4

1

2

2

4

1

17

3

ITCH

Paul Latour

231

4

5

3

2

5

3

2

3

27

4

Smile & Wave

Scott Derby

538

5

4

2

4

3

4

1

8/DNF

31

5

I Sea U

Claudio Martin

267

3

2

5

5

4

5

5

4

33

6

Still The One

Chuck Goff

140

6

6

6

6

6

6

6

5

47

7

Aeolus

Barry Elthridge

11

7

8/DNS

7

7

7

8/DNC

8/DNC

8/DNC

60

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February 14-16

Itch

Navigator

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Professional Division

Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Sail #

Race 1

2

3

4

Total

1

Itch

Curtze/Latour

231

1

1

1

3

6

2

Challenge

Cermak

242

2

2

2

2

8

3

Matros

Bryant

520

3

3

3

1

10

Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Sail #

Race 1

2

3

4

Total

1

Navigator

Jossart

539

1

7

6

1

15

2

Rebel

Spierling

496

6

3

2

5

16

3

ALZYK

Wolczyk

508

3

10

1

4

18

4

Scalded Dawg

O Dell

522

9

5

5

2

21

5

Just One More

Mootz

250

2

1

11

9

23

6

Ginger

Hill

533

4

6

7

11

28

7

Relentless

Craig

490

5

12

9

3

29

8

Dart

Wernette

504

12

2

4

12

30

9

Straight Up

Danhauer

518

7

4

12

8

31

10

Bourbon Warfare

Hobbs

88

14

9

3

10

36

11

Dooley

Dooley

544

8

13

13

6

40

12

High n Tight

Wickert

228

11

14

10

7

42

13

Kaotic

O Keeffe

467

10

11

8

14

43

14

Ripple

Zitelli

174

13

8

14

13

48

Amateur Division

The 2019 edition of the Class Championship had varying weather conditions, from sunny and no wind to crazy wind to fog and rain. On Thursday after check-in about half the fleet went out for the practice race on a beautiful evening with good wind. Friday was a beautiful sunny day, however there was no wind and the Race Committee held us at the dock. Saturday looked promising with the threat of rain and big wind later in the day. The first race on Saturday started with 21 boats on the line and winds around 10 knots. The wind quickly began to build on the second leg and was in the high teens by the end of the race. The second race started with winds in the high teens and most boats had their smaller jib up. As the race went on, the gusts kept getting higher and higher with gusts of 30 knots seen on some boats. The downwind legs were interesting to say the least. Yards before the finish, the top three boats were hit with a large gust and all three broached. With numerous boats broaching and winds continuing to increase with a storm front impending, Race Committee smartly sent everyone back in. Saturday night was the annual banquet with fantastic food provided by Racine Yacht Club. Upon arrival to RYC on Sunday morning, competitors were met with rain, wind and fog. The S2 BOD along with RC decided to call the regatta since you were unable to see the other side of the harbor because of the fog. A special owners meeting was called to change the rules so that one race constitutes a regatta. After only two races Smile & Wave and Fun Uncle were tied with 4 points. It was decided to award co-champions as only two races were sailed. The annual owners meeting was held Friday afternoon with some upcoming rules changes. Look for meeting minutes soon. Thank you to Racine Yacht Club for putting on a great regatta and we look forward to seeing you in Holland, MI next year.

Sailors of the 2019 Nashville Equalizer were met with sunny skies and tons of fun. Boats started arriving on Thursday evening with the rest showing up by early Friday afternoon. Most of the boats went out for a practice sail on Friday afternoon and were met with a beautiful sail. Racing commenced on Saturday with 17 boats on the starting line with winds out of the SE at 5-10kts. We were able to get in 4 races with many boats changing positions throughout the day. All of the crews had some sort of fun on Saturday evening. Most went to Paul's famous gumbo party, while others went to the Nashville Predators hockey game and also to the country bars in downtown Nashville. Sunday was a gorgeous day for water skiing and rowing, however that meant no wind and racing was cancelled at 11:00am with most boats on the road by 1:00pm. After 4 races, Navigator was crowned the Equalizer Champion and Itch was the Winner of the Professional division. A big thank you to Craig Dooley and the members of PPYC and the Race Committee for putting on a great regatta, and also Paul Latour for graciously hosting the class for a fantastic party. Nashville did not disappoint and we look forward to seeing you in Nashville next year.

Congratulations to Navigator for winning the Amateur Division and Overall.

Congratulations to Itch for winning the Professional Division of the
Equalizer Regatta
 

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Congratulations to
Smile & Wave and Fun Uncle as
co-champions of the
2019 Class Championship
 

Cary Diehl, our new Secretary/Treasurer is now accepting 2019 Membership Applications. You can pay and fill out the form completely online HERE. This year you will get a third sticker to put on your vehicle or trailer to show your support of the S2 7.9 Class. Membership for the class is only $30/ year, which is significantly less than Class membership in other boats of similar size: Melges 20- $500/year, Melges 24- $225/year, J70- $100/year, and J24 $90/year. In addition to supporting the Class, your dues go towards the class website, the nearly completed rudder replacement option and most importantly the mast replacement program. Being a current class member also entitles you to a discount if you are ever in need of a new mast or rudder.

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2019 Membership Applications
are now being accepted


Congratulations to Fun Uncle on winning the
Lake Huron Championship Regatta
 

 

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2020 Regattas

St. Pete NOOD
February 14-16

Annapolis NOOD
May 15-17

 

Lake Erie Championship
Grosse Ile, MI
End of May/Beg June


Lake Huron Championship Regatta
Port Huron Yacht Club July 31- Aug 2


Class Championship
MBYC
Holland, MI
August 27-30
 

Nashville Equalizer
Late October


2021 Class Championship

PHYC
Port Huron, MI







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