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Jacksonville Regatta

Postby Capt. Flak » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:19 pm

Here is the list of skippers I have registered so far:

Bud Elder
Albert Stall
Alan Perkins
Bud Cassidy
Bob Dudinsky
Richard Hedderick
Dick Reinke
Jack Ward
Skip Allen
Jim Donohoe
Brenda Pardee
James Pardee
Bill Cromie
<font color="red"> Tom Phillips withdrew </font id="red">
Martin Gray
Bob Brown
John Garver
Tom Germer
Jon Luscomb
Reichard Kahle
Joe Walter
John Bottensek
Grant Ward
Robert Greer
John Harrington
Dick Gerry

The entry deadline has passed, but if you email and let me know you want in, I will work with you.

The weather forecast is for 81 degrees and 15 knots. Bring your B-rigs, maybe C-rigs if you got 'em.

Tony Rieck and Baron Bremer are your RDs this time.

<font color="blue"><b>And now it is official. Every skipper is on 2.4ghz. The Spectrum revolution has won.
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See you at the lake.

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Postby kahle67 » Sun Sep 19, 2010 11:03 pm

My 50 is acting up. I might make it 100% 2.4.

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Postby deafsail » Sat Oct 02, 2010 5:01 pm

1.Richard Hedderick 17
Robert Greer 17
3.Tom Germer 20
4.Martin Gray 21
5.Joe Watler 27
John Bottensek 27
7. Bob Dudinsky 37
8.Skip Allen 39
9.Jon Luscomb 41
10.Alan Perkins 44

5 race alot rain and light wind
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Postby Capt. Flak » Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:23 am

Folks, I am sorry I can't give you a more complete report right now. I still have all the gear in the van (along with the results) and did not have time to unpack when I got home.

The top 6 off the top of my head and without scores are as follows.

1. Dr Robert Greer
2. Richard Hedderick
3. John Bottensek
4. Tom Germer
5. Joe Walter
6. Skip Allen

I will post all the scores and Tony Rieck will have a full report soon.

The conditions on Saturday started out very promising, with a nice breeze and clouds off to the East. But, by the time the seeding races where finished, the clouds moved overhead and the rain began to fall. First only sprinkles and then steady and then on and off throughout the day. Every time the rain came, it would suck up all the wind. Tony did his best to keep the racing moving, but there were several rain delays.

Sunday was much nicer with clear skies and a steady breeze that allowed for much better racing and a lot more heats.

Great job to Tony and Baron and all the staff for a very well run regatta in very trying conditions. And hats off to the skippers who stuck through it all and seemed to enjoy the weekend anyway.

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Postby skip241 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:33 am

Just a brief thanks to Tony, Baron and the rest of their regatta staff for a great job this past weekend. Saturday was "testy" with rain and very little and shifty winds. Sunday was a typical sunshine state day with blue skies and a nice breeze. Above all, the comradery was the best. Thanks again Tony, Baron and the rest of the team. I had a great time!

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Postby Capt. Flak » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:21 am

Ok, here are the full results. Look for the report on the Florida site soon.

1. Dr Robert Greer 27
2. Richard Hedderick 35
3. John Bottensek 44
4. Tom Germer 55
5. Joe Walter 60
6. Skip Allen 62
7. Alan Perkins 63
8. Jack Ward 81
9. Jon Luscomb 98
10. Bob Dudinsky 105
11. Martin Gray 110
12. Bud Cassiday 118 (also won the Ancient Mariner trophy)
13. Bob Brown 131
14. John Harrington 143
15. Dick Gerry 146
16. Dick Reinke 160
17. Bud Elder 164
18. Al Stall 184
19. Brenda Pardee 187
20. John Garver 188
21. Jim Donohoe 192
22. Jim Pardee 196
23. Grant Ward 205
24. Bill Cromie 207 (Bill won free entry into next year's regatta)

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Postby The OZ » Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:06 pm

Tony and Baron, Thanks for a super job with the regatta this past weekend in St. Augustine. Saturday was trying for the RD, but Tony did his best with what the weather was at that time Sunday, another good job getting lots of races off. Also we had FUN.Dick Reinke, EC12 -1936
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Postby greerdr » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:01 pm

my sincere thanks to the Jax crew for a great regatta.
as an RD i have chased the wind all around my lake on too many occasions;but nobody takes that as seriously as Baron and Tony-they were relentless in getting us a true upwind leg!
They and the rest ran a super fun regatta (and i'd say exactly the same with a different finish)
Thanks again for a wonderful week-end!
Did you see the trophies?
Tony threw the pots on his wheel and fired them in his kiln with all the script.
Expect to see this at Palm Beach if I can persuade him with a job order.

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Postby greerdr » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:14 pm

http://picasaweb.google.com/greerdr/jax2010
Thanks to Karen,Tom and everyone else I pushed into taking pix.
WE LOVE YOU!(and the photos)

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Postby Jon Luscomb » Tue Oct 05, 2010 11:18 am

I too would like to thanks the race committee for their patience extrodinary effort to set good courses and run races and the coaching at roundings. The rain sucked, but it did not interfere with my weekend. It is always good to see all of my fellow sailors.
The Caddy shack was very good as well as the venue. We were fortunate to have two courses to choose from depending on which 80 degree shift we had!

Way to go Bobby! Best to all of you!

Jon
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I would rather wonder why I won than to know exaclty why I lost.
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Postby DT1405 » Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:25 pm

Congrats Bob. Well done,I look forward to next time I see you so we can have a special coke in celebration.[8D]. Also,I recieved your snail mail and your well underway. Keep Sailing Fast, DT

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