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Roar at The Shore 6

Postby Skip Hall » Tue Apr 13, 2021 4:00 pm

Our sixth annual Roar at The Shore is quickly approaching, scheduled as a one day regatta once again. Coming on the heels of a very well attended and sailed Liberty Bell Regatta. We're hoping it will be as well attended and sailed also. Our lake is just one block off the ocean in beautiful Spring Lake,NJ!! Come and enjoy all the Jersey Shore has to offer, it's the unofficial start of the Spring/Summer season. Listed below is the notice of race, wanted to point out a couple of mistakes, the RRS 2017-2020 should be the current one- 2021-2024 and it's a one day regatta, not a two day regatta. At this moment we have three skippers registered, we know we'll have plenty more to register...
It's listed on the AMYA site, however the site is down at this time for software upgrades. We're hoping it'll be posted on the sailing schedule also.

2021 EC12 Roar at the Shore
Posted on February 1, 2020
NOTICE OF RACE2021 EC12 Roar at the Shore 6Colonial Cup Series
May 15, 2021
Spring Lake, NJ
Hosted by Marbleheaders of Spring Lake #219

RULES: The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in the 2017-2020 edition of the Racing Rules of Sailing, as modified by Appendix E.

ELIGIBILITY: The regatta is open to all boats of the EC12 Class whose owners are current members of AMYA and who are properly registered with the Class. Other entrants may be invited consistent with AMYA guidelines and objectives.

On-line Registration Entry Form $35.00
Skippers meetings begin at 9:30 am
Saturday races begin at 10:00 am, No race will start after 4:00 pm

LOCATION: Racing will be held at Divine Lake in Spring Lake, NJ.

ENTRIES: Eligible boats may be entered by completing an Online Entry at May 1, 2021.

RACING FORMAT: The race committee will determine the number of races for each day after considering weather, course and equipment conditions. Six (6) races are required to be completed to constitute the regatta.

SCORING: The regatta will be scored in accordance with the Low Point Scoring system as set forth in Appendix A of the Racing Rules of Sailing. For each six (6) races sailed, one worst score will be excluded from their overall score.

PRIZES: Prizes will be awarded to the top three (3) finishers in the regatta.

INFORMATION: Skip Hall at 732-688-2646 or e-mail
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Re: Roar at The Shore 6

Postby scottgraf » Wed Apr 21, 2021 12:53 pm

This Jotform may work better:
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Re: Roar at The Shore 6

Postby Skip Hall » Wed Apr 28, 2021 9:24 am

Like to thank Scott Graf for the link to our Roar at The Shore 6 Regatta!! Much appreciated!! I'm posting the link for registered skippers: and this link: http://www,, hopefully they will help to see who's attending.

At the moment we have only SEVEN REGISTERED, was hoping for more. so I'm extending the deadline util May 8th with the hope for additional entries. Either way we'll have a Great Regatta at the Jersey Shore!!
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Re: Roar at The Shore 6

Postby Dave_Branning » Sun May 16, 2021 9:14 am


Hurray! Spring has finally sprung in Spring Lake, New Jersey. Thirteen mask-less skippers were graced with bright sunshine, temperatures in the mid 70’s and a freshening 5-10 Easterly all day. It was special to finally see people’s smiles. A block from the Atlantic Ocean, Divine Park is a beautiful venue and is the home of AMYA’s Fleet #219: Spring Lake Marbleheaders MYC. Skip Hall and his team of Michelle Sysyn, Jerry Franko, Harry Mote, Judy and Domenick Bonanno and, especially Skip’s wife, Karen, were the regatta team who made us feel special as visitors.

Winning his first ever RC regatta on an unfamiliar lake, Eddie Wolfe, from Swampscott, Mass, showed the way with boat speed and sharp tactical race decisions. At one point Eddie reeled off six firsts in a row. He was pushed, however, as Jamey Betz kept it close all day finishing second to Eddie by 4 points. At the end of the day, Eddie had won nine of the 19 races and threw in five 2nds to boot. Jamey added seven firsts and five seconds to his line score. Local top skipper, Harry Mote, finished strong in third place. Fourth place, Brian Kerrigan, from Essex, CT, added a bullet as well as Annapolis, MD’s, Scott Graf, in fifth. Places third through fifth we separated by only five points.

We welcomed back to the fleet, June Pendino, with her new EC12. Years ago, June helped Dave Brawner build her first EC12 in his shop. What a great memory that must be. Welcome to Rick Halajain, from Howell NJ, sailing in his first ever regatta.

Judy Bonanno, EC12 Class Photographer, was able to capture the day in pictures. Enjoy:

Results: 18 Races; two throw-outs
1. Eddie Wolfe 27
2. Jamey Betz 31
3. Harry Mote 58
4. Brian Kerrigan 61
5. Scott Graf 63
6. Dave Branning 92
7. Dom Bonanno 104
8. Ray Szulczewski 115
9. Bill Sysyn 126
10. Mark Fleckenstein 139
11. Martin Besant 142
12. Rick Halajain 188
13. June Pendino 200

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