Crescent Sail Yacht Club Rick Johnson Memorial Double-handed Race 8-17-15

CSYC Monday Night Double-Handed Race (Click on images for full screen view.)

CSYC Monday Night Double-Handed Race 8-17-15

Conditions for the Monday night double-handed race at CSYC were ideal--12 knots out of the southwest and smooth water. Junior sailor Johnny Walton skippered the winning boat in the Express 27 class. The Race Committee chaired by Mike Struble did it's usual fine job. And everyone enjoyed re-hashing their mistakes at the barbecue after the race. Thanks to Jan and Dave Gaden and the other contributors to the sumptuous variety of delicacies.

Here are the results for the top three boats in each class:


JAM A

1. Frinedship

2. Manitou

3. Red Iguana


JAM B--Express 27

1. Rip Tide

2. Lorax

3. Mika


JAM C

1. Fugue State

2. Shakedown

3. Prime Time


JAM D

Kaizen

Upbeat

Tinker


JAM E--CAL 25

Patriot

Entropy

Never Alone


JAM F
Seawise

Windward

Elf



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WillStarr 15 months ago from Phoenix, Arizona

Good to see you again, Ralph! Hope all is well.


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Ralph Deeds 15 months ago Author

Thanks, Will. Good to hear from you. Despite several aches and pains, I'm still racing my sailboat three times a week in the summer and fall.


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WillStarr 15 months ago from Phoenix, Arizona

Sailing is one of the many things about which I am clueless!

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tirelesstraveler 15 months ago from California

Awesome pictures. As a novice in the art of lake sailing I am wondering how big the boats are and how many are included in the crew.


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Ralph Deeds 15 months ago Author

This particular race was for two people per boat. Normally my 27 ft boat sails with four or five. The 35-40 ft boats sail with 6-10 crew.

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