On Qualifying Day of the Flying Scot 2021 NAC - Zeke Horiwitz and Brian Hayes give a chalk talk with hints on how to sail in this area. Thanks North Sails!
Now we are hoping for a little wind to materialize - fingers crossed!
Flying Scot 2021 NAC last day of arrivals and measuring at Cedar Point YC in Westport, CT. Over half the teams are practice sailing today since there’s a nice wind. Others are catching up with old friends. Qualifiers tomorrow!
So lots of teams are reporting that they're on the way to the NAC despite tropical storm Elsa! Hopefully she will be gone before too long. On to Cedar Point! It's a great place to sail and we can't wait! It's a great place to party and we can't wait for that either!
The 2021 Women's NAC is a wrap. With 24 boats - can you believe it - on the line it was quite exciting. And on Day 2 we had more wind, 10-12 from the SW, shifting a bit later in the day. The RC got in 3 great races today with places changing several times in both divisions.
In the end, Greta Mittman and Heidi Gough won the Championship and Tracy Crothers and Jennifer Judkins won the Challenger Division. Both teams are from Dallas.
Jen Meehan did an outstanding job running the event...Continue Reading...
Harry Carpenter and the RC gave us 2 great 5-leg Windward Leeward courses right out in front if Deep Creek Turkey Neck. We moved to another area for race 3 but the wind died and we headed in. Tomorrow is another day. After Day 1 the eaders in the Championship Fivision are Greta Mittman and Heidi Gough. In Challenger, Tracy Crothers and Jennifer Nudlins are in the lead. On to the cocktail party and dinner. Picture courtesy of Harvey Davidson.
Full results are here...Continue Reading...