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Villages Gator Regatta

Postby Alan Perkins » Thu Sep 01, 2011 2:21 pm

Villages Regatta, the first of the new Florida series is on Oct 1 & 2
Entries close soon so don't miss out in racing at one of Florida's most popular venues.
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Postby RMDJBD » Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:43 am

Alan

How many are registered and who.

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Postby Jon Luscomb » Sat Sep 10, 2011 12:11 am

Alan: My check is in the mail. We are, as usual, looking forward to seeing eveyone and sailing. The Villages have always been an awsome place to sail. Can't wait until your party! Is the eternally beautiful Becky and your future son - in - law Ricky coming to town? HOPE SO!

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Postby Alan Perkins » Sun Sep 11, 2011 10:48 pm

OK skippers the big match is on !!!! We have the current NATIONAL Champion and the WORLD Champion coming to The Villages so don't miss out of this great Regatta. Only 6 days to go so get your entry in quickly. Email me if you think USPS will not get your entry in in time at alnliz@comcast.net Friday night party at the Perkins, 1831 Halyard Court, The Villages, 32162 6:00 onwards bring your own booze. Liz has her English Shepards Pie in the freezer already cooked and ready.
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Postby Alan Perkins » Tue Sep 13, 2011 9:22 pm

OK, we are nearing the dealine and to date we have a fleet of 21 as follows in no particular order:
Dick Reinke
Bill Cromie
Bud Elder
Al Stall
Jim Rutherford
John Harrington
Brenda Pardee
Jim Pardee
Frankie Novak
Laura Novak
Bob Greer
Jack Ward
Baron Bremer
Jon Luscomb
Dick Hedderick waiting entry form
Martin Gray waiting entry form
David Boulanger waiting entry form
Dick Gerry waiting entry form
Ricky Gerry waiting entry form
Denis Futterieb waiting entry form
Jim Kelly waiting entry form
Still a few days left to get your entry in the post. If you are near the deadline please email me as at the moment I intend to run one fleet but if I get more than 22 then it's sorting out seeding and running a seeding race then into P&R. Let me know asap if you intend to come as there is a lot of preparation necessary depending what we do.
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Postby Alan Perkins » Wed Sep 14, 2011 10:35 am

No seeding races, brain not fully in gear when I wrote previous message. I'm working with Joe to sort out the initial A & B fleets. Still time to get your entries in, don't forget to email me if you are near the deadline.
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Postby greerdr » Thu Sep 15, 2011 12:19 am

I've got Rick's entry fee covered as part of his wedding gift.

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Postby Alan Perkins » Sat Sep 17, 2011 8:59 pm

Saturday mail collected and final list is here and it's looking like we are going to have a great and very competitive regatta. If you sent your entry and are not on the list email or call me asap. If you still want to come let me know and I'll see if I can squeeze you in but do not delay.
Dick Reinke
Bill Cromie
Bud Elder
Al Stall
Jim Rutherford
John Harrington
Brenda Pardee
Jim Pardee
Frankie Novak
Laura Novak
Bob Greer
Jack Ward
Baron Bremer
Jon Luscomb
David Boulanger
Richard Hedderick
Joe Walter
John Steacy
John Garver
Martin Gray
Bob Dudinsky
Ricky Gerry
I will be asking Joe Walter to do the seeding so top 9 go in A and next 13 skippers in B as it looks like we will be running P&R with 22 entries.
Liz also needs numbers for Friday night party.
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Postby greerdr » Sun Sep 18, 2011 12:56 am

Kelli & I expect to be there if we can get patients to co-operate.

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Postby IrishAye » Thu Sep 22, 2011 1:03 am

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Kelli & I expect to be there if we can get patients to co-operate.

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Patricia and Martin expect to get to the Friday Night Party .....Hope the neighbors don't mind us parking outside their house..!!

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Postby Alan Perkins » Mon Sep 26, 2011 10:28 pm

For the Friday nite party go to www.maps.google.com and The Villages, 1831 Halyard Court and for the Lake go to The Villages, Lynnhaven Lane. Still need to know if you are coming the the Pre Regatta party please email alnliz@comcast.net or phone 352 674 9145

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Postby Jon Luscomb » Tue Sep 27, 2011 6:52 pm

Do I see a front in the forecast?

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Postby deafsail » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:51 pm

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Postby Jon Luscomb » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:02 pm

Gracias Senor. Which way does the lake face? It likes west does it not?

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Postby Capt. Flak » Sun Oct 02, 2011 8:40 am

Sorry folks, poor Internet connection has made for a hard time posting the results.

All I can tell you for day one is this:
1. Joe Walter 51.4
2. Dick Hedderick 56.2
3. Jon Luscomb 74
4. Rick Gerry 76
5. Baron Bremer 89
6. Bob Greer 94

I wish I could tell you more. We will have the full results up by the end of the day.

Good breeze but not from the favored West direction. One fleet of 20 boats looked scary at first, but folks settled in and things went well for the most part. Alan Perkins did a great job of setting a course to give us at least a small windward beat, but it was mostly reaching. Good starts were important, but a well timed wind shift could save your race or wreck it.

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