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Annapolis EC12 - J Class Regatta

Postby efreeland » Wed May 05, 2010 12:40 pm

<b><center>ANNAPOLIS EC-12 REGATTA

November 6th 7th

J-Boat Regatta Friday November 5th </center></b>

Chesapeake Bay Model Racing Association is pleased to invite all registered EC-12 owners to the Annapolis EC 12 Regatta to be hosted at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis, MD.

ABOUT THE VENUE:

Sandy Point State Park is located at the base of the Western Side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge just a few miles from historic downtown Annapolis. We will be sailing in the Marina area of the park. Skippers will be able to launch from floating docks that have ramps down to them. No need to get your feet wet to launch or retrieve your boat. The parking area is close by as are the restrooms. Venue Pictures: www.rcyachts.com/AnnapolisEC12Regatta.htm

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES:

On Friday evening we will be hosting a cook out. A Saturday evening dinner is planned in the Annapolis Area. Light breakfast of coffee and donuts will be provided as will lunch for Saturday and Sunday.

WHERE TO STAY:

Numerous hotels are in the area where sailors can stay. There is a Comfort Inn, Quality Inn and Motel 8 within a few miles of the Park. More hotels listed via this direct link: http://www.rcyachts.com/Nats/2004/accommodations1.htm

SCHEDULE:

Friday: 10:00 am check in for J-Boats Racing 1100hrs 1600hrs
3:00 EC12 Check In & Registration, practice sailing and cookout.
Saturday: 9:30 Skippers Meeting, no racing starts after 4 oclock, Dinner approximately 6 oclock.
Sunday: 9:30 Skippers Meeting, no racing starts after 1:30, awards to follow


QUESTIONS:

Call Ernest Freeland during the workday (10am 8pm) with any questions (410-451-6901) or e-mail him at cbmra@yahoo.com



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Postby efreeland » Sat Aug 21, 2010 10:58 pm

All,

Still plenty of time to plan for this regatta. Many have asked if we are holding a J Boat Regatta and we will be. This will be hosted on Friday, formal racing in a laid back atmosphere. The entry fee will be enough to cover your lunch and some drinks for the day, so less then ten dollars. Please let me know if you are planning on coming to sail your J.

Additionally the entry form is also posted for the EC12 Event as well.

http://www.rcyachts.com/AnnapolisEC12Regatta.htm

Looking forward to seeing many of you in Stowe in little over a week.


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Postby efreeland » Wed Oct 13, 2010 12:32 am

Perspective Skippers List:

D. Hutchinson - Confirmed
T. Stone - Confirmed
J. Leo - Confirmed
D. Ramos - Confirmed
A. Ramos - Confirmed
D. Brawner - Confirmed
D. Thomas (pending sons football playoffs)
K. Maclellan - Confirmed
M. Rinehart - Confirmed
J. Wathne - Not coming - gotta work
D. Wotring
J. Philips
V. Oberg - Confirmed



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Postby efreeland » Fri Oct 29, 2010 6:08 pm

The J Portion of this regatta is CANCELED due to Lack of interest.

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Postby Rick West » Fri Oct 29, 2010 9:14 pm

Hmmm, is this a National Championship or just side wagers?

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Postby DBrawner » Tue Nov 02, 2010 1:19 pm

I see that the really good sailor in the Ramos family is also bringing his dad. [:p]

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Postby greerdr » Tue Nov 02, 2010 9:13 pm

ouch!

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Postby Chuck Luscomb » Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:04 am

It's true Bob,

Daves Dad is coming in from Kansas City...



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Postby greerdr » Sat Nov 06, 2010 6:47 pm

So he derives his skills genetically?

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Postby efreeland » Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:24 pm

We managed to get in 16 races today. The wind was anywhere from 5 - 10, and in the morning possibly a little stronger. Some skippers were spotted with B rigs but those soon disappeared in favor of the trusty A rig. The wind died a little bit around lunch time and got shifty. It built later in the day to allow us to finish with some great wind. President Elect Brawner has sailed consistently all day with three wins but no finish worse then a sixth. Rinehart is posting four wins with no finishes worse then a seventh. Danny has six wins but a few a little deeper then he would like. Ramos (driven to the event by Alex) has one win and only one race scored less then a six. Kevin has two wins and a couple he rather not talk about. So there is the recap of day one. We are off to Cantler's to enjoy some seafood.

Scores below do not reflect throw outs but we have achieved two to this point. We are hoping to get to twenty four total races for the regatta.

Position Skipper Sail# Points

1 David Brawner 53 46
2 Mark Rinehart 166 59
3 Danny Thomas 1405 67
4 David Ramos 5 73
5 Kevin Maclellan 13 80
6 Joe Phillips 1671 107
7 Doug Wotring 153 137
8 Doug Hutchinson 21 138
9 Jake Leo 10 141
10 Alex Ramos 105 148
11 Mark Smith 2081 163
12 Tim Stone 484 169
13 Chris Kuhn 2026 186
14 Victor Oberg 3 190


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Postby efreeland » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:31 pm

Day two of the 2010 Annapolis EC12 Regatta greeted the skippers an hour later due to daylight savings time taking affect over night. The skippers were hoping to see the forecasted warmer weather for the day yet most agreed that the air felt a little chillier. Maybe that was due to the fact that the wind was up. Again as you surveyed the skippers area you could see several B rigs being readied for action.

A few less skippers arrived to sail in the morning. Jake Leo had withdrawn the previous afternoon and pointed his car north. Young Ramos made his dad drive to the park today and headed into Annapolis to lead his high school team at a regatta. Joe and Kevin were attending to other business for the day.

The goal for the day was eight races to get the skippers to their fourth throw out for the regatta. We had until one thirty to accomplish that.

Race 17 of the regatta got underway shortly after 10 am. Everyone seemed to be moving a little slower this morning. We set a windward leeward course for the day with a 166 at the bottom. A 166 is an inside out gate named after Mark Pinky Rinehart who complained on Saturday for a gate. So the RD decided to call it a 166 starting on Sunday. Danny started his day with a bullet his first of five for the day. Race nineteen was an interesting race as Ramos port tacked the fleet and never looked back for the rest of the race. At one point Brawner said its to quite

As the day went on the wind would build and then die a little bit, tempting more and more skippers to ponder the need for getting out the B rig. By the twenty first race, the wind was up and here to stay. In the next race Doug Wotring sailing a loaner boat from Brawner lost his rig over the side. Doug also spent the weekend bailing his boat out between races. Apparently Brawner didnt lend out a water tight hull. When someone asked Brawner where the hole was, his response was in the hull

By race twenty three we had exactly half the fleet starting races from those that had participated Saturday. One skipper was smart and decided not to brave the conditions since he only had an A rig. On race twenty four one skippers was left wondering how the other skippers were sailing the course and keeping their boats under control in the conditions.

We wrapped it up with race twenty five where Danny ended the day like he started, with a win. As the results were calculated David Brawner was the regatta leader at the end of racing with posting no finishes less than a sixth and only two of those. Seven point clear of Danny. Then we calculated in the throw outs which awarded the 2009 Annapolis EC12 Regatta defending champion Danny Thomas the win again in 2010 on his strength of eleven wins out of twenty five races.

We are looking forward to next year as we ate well this weekend. Thanks to all of the skippers who helped out during the regatta and to my wife Amanda who kept us well feed during the event. Homemade breakfast munchies and cookies and a great meal on Friday night, Sunday was made a little sweeter for the skippers with some homemade brownies supplied by Danny and his son Cody.

We'll post a link to pictures once we can sort through them.

Place Name Sail # Score
1 Danny Thomas 1405 47
2 David Brawner 53 53
3 Mark Rinehart 166 68
4 David Ramos 5 70
5 Doug Hutchinson 21 131
6 Doug Wotring 153 151
7 Kevin Maclellan 13 155 Sailed Saturday Only
8 Tim Stone 484 172
9 Joe Phillips 1671 182 Sailed Saturday Only
10 Mark Smith 2081 205
11 Jake Leo 10 216 Withdrew on Saturday
12 Victor Oberg 3 216
13 Alex Ramos 105 223 Sailed Saturday Only
14 Chris Kuhn 2026 224


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Postby Doug Wotring » Sun Nov 07, 2010 8:42 pm

thanks Ernest and Amanda, great regatta

Thanks DB for the charter.....I have canceled the credit card I used for the deposit.

Thanks Dave Ramos for the exterior refir of my 7 year old battle worn Hickman Hull.....she now looks like new again. Winter project (interior refit)
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Postby dr j » Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:59 pm

Looks like it was a fun regatta. Sorry I missed it. Maybe next year.

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Postby efreeland » Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:54 pm

Here is a link to a few photos.


http://www.rcsailing.net/forum1/showthr ... iece-Photo

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Postby marcsmith » Wed Nov 10, 2010 4:46 pm

http://www.timepiecephoto.com/Timepiece ... _Rega.html

here are more photos.

thanks for the fun guys

Sorry for the entanglement Doug...

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