2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

2015 North American Championship

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  • American YC Spring Series Weekend One
    Fleet 6 opened their season at American Yacht Club with 10 boats for the first weekend of the Spring Series. There were sunny skies but very challenging conditions with frequent big shifts in velocity and direction. Paul Beaudin’s loulou is on top with 8 points followed by Conundrum and the AYC juniors on Young American--both with 12 points. Results are Continue Reading...
  • Puget Sound Spring Series
    Hosted by Corinthian YC Seattle, sailors came out to experience a sunny weekend with nice breeze both days. The J/105 fleet had a great turnout, and it was Erik Kristen’s MORE JUBILEE crew that took class honors with three firsts and two seconds in their scoreline. Second was Jim Geros’ LAST TANGO with two firsts, two seconds and a third. Continue Reading...
  • Annapolis Youth Sailors Selected to Helly Hansen Junior Crew on J/105
    Sailing is a pastime that doesn’t discriminate age. It’s a competitive outlet where young sail with, against, and alongside elders, as well their peers. And whereas many youth sports segregate kids to the field of play and adults to the sidelines, sailboat racing does not. Sailing is the ultimate lifetime sport. Ask the outstanding youth sailors selected to be members Continue Reading...
  • J/Fest on San Francisco Bay
    Twenty-five J/105s competed in J/Fest 2016 on April 16-17 at St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco, CA. With two races completed, the standings were tight. Phillip Laby's Godot notched a 4,1, and Pat Benedict's Advantage3 a 1,4 for 5 points each. Also tied on points were the third through fifth place boats with 12 each: Charles James' Roxanne, Bruce Continue Reading...
  • Texas Invitational Regatta
    Lakewood Yacht Club in Seabrook, TX hosted the Texas J/105 Invitational Regatta during the first weekend of April. Alternating between Galveston Bay skippers and guest skippers, six teams completed eight races as the winds were mighty on Saturday and started Sunday almost nonexistent. They had five races Saturday, and as the wind built they added the final three on Sunday. Continue Reading...
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