Ticonderoga: 2007

Results

Sprint Fleet

Jun 16, 2007      Wind Conditions: Light

A good turnout for the Sprint race, including four Martin 16s from Y-Knot, but unfortunately the complete lack of wind all morning forced all the racers to drop out, with the last Martins being pulled back to Camp Chingachgook just before the storm rolled in on Saturday afternoon.

Place Boat Skipper SailNum Type PHRF Time Corrected Behind Leader
11 Martin 74 Y-Knot Sailing
74
Martin 16
277
DNF
11 Fat Star Sam Hoopes
1084
J/22
183
DNF
11 [email protected] Spike Kunz
1316
J/22
183
DNF
11 Sea Hawk Howard Silverburg
5058
Catalina 30
186
DNF
11 Double Trouble Paul Reece
4507
J/24
171
DNF
11 Proud Mary Bill Morris
None
O'Day 25
250
DNF
11 La Forza del Destino Bob Miller
1569
J/22
183
DNF
11 Martin 13 Y-Knot Sailing
13
Martin 16
277
DNF
11 Martin 12 Y-Knot Sailing
12
Martin 16
277
DNF
11 Revolution John Haller
9
J/80
123
DNF

Non-spinnaker Fleet

Jun 16, 2007      Wind Conditions: Light

After a morning of virtually no breeze, the fleets bound for the north end of the lake finally reached the narrows. Wind picked up a bit thanks to the edge of a storm that hit the southern basin of the lake mid-afternoon, and stayed relatively steady until dark. The spinnaker and multihull fleets reached the northern mark between 6:00 and 7 pm, and all fleets finished back at Yankee between 2:30 and 4:30 Sunday morning.

Place Boat Skipper SailNum Type PHRF Time Corrected Behind Leader
1 Ja-boat Steve Jabaut
529
Pearson 26
228
18:25:07
0
2 Happy Days Sam Walters
None
Pearson 26
228
18:53:10
1246
3 Ivory Blue Charlie Pound
None
Hunter 336
159
17:50:21
2511
5 Dutch Treat Jack Haanen
747
C&C 27
192
DNF

Spinnaker Fleet

Jun 16, 2007      Wind Conditions: Light

After a morning of virtually no breeze, the fleets bound for the north end of the lake finally reached the narrows. Wind picked up a bit thanks to the edge of a storm that hit the southern basin of the lake mid-afternoon, and stayed relatively steady until dark. The spinnaker and multihull fleets reached the northern mark between 6:00 and 7 pm, and all fleets finished back at Yankee between 2:30 and 4:30 Sunday morning.

Place Boat Skipper SailNum Type PHRF Time Corrected Behind Leader
1 Wild Thing Spencer Raggio
5
J/80
117
16:56:01
0
2 Joy Bill Dutcher
805
J/22
183
18:32:12
410
3 Flying Circus Ken Herd
3957
J/24
171
18:38:38
1477
4 JaKo Steve Jackson
824
J/24
171
18:38:48
1485
5 Jupiter Amir Mujezinovic
1570
J/22
183
18:55:33
1504
6 Uncle Ludwig Kyle Lavoy
2714
J/24
171
18:51:35
2092
7 Windigo Bob Rippel
958
J/24
171
19:03:59
2681
8 Cut Loose John Dickinson
1672
J/24
171
19:05:48
2767
10 Wizard Ron Byrne
None
Santana 525
190
DNF

Multihull fleet

Jun 16, 2007      Wind Conditions: Light

After a morning of virtually no breeze, the fleets bound for the north end of the lake finally reached the narrows. Wind picked up a bit thanks to the edge of a storm that hit the southern basin of the lake mid-afternoon, and stayed relatively steady until dark. The spinnaker and multihull fleets reached the northern mark between 6:00 and 7 pm, and all fleets finished back at Yankee between 2:30 and 4:30 Sunday morning.

Place Boat Skipper SailNum Type PHRF Time Corrected Behind Leader
1 Gypsy Mike Hands
None
Corsair F24
99
16:51:35
0
2 Kokopelli James Looby
None
Corsair F24
99
18:25:37
4896