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Stardust August, 2000

Star Class Newsletter for the 1st, 2nd and 12th Districts



SAFFORD & BODDEN WIN 1st DISTRICTS

GURNEY & BOWERS WIN GREEN STAR

See page 3 for report and results
AUGUST REGATTA SCHEDULE
1st District

Aug. 12-13 Picken Memorial (GSB)

Aug. 26 27 Atlantic Coast Masters (BH)
2nd District

Aug. 2 Bigelow Evening Race (MES)

Aug. 5-6 Miles River Regatta /

Green Star Championship (MES)

Aug. 12-13 Oxford Summer Lipton Cup (ES)
12th District

Aug. 4-6 12th District Championship (LG)

Aug. 12-13 New York State Championship (SL)
REGATTAS COMING UP IN AUGUST
THE WILLIAM H. PICKEN MEMORIAL BOWL

August 12 & 13, 2000

Sponsored by the Great South Bay Fleet, Babylon New York

Bill Picken was a legend in his time on the Great South Bay. His sailing career started in the early twenties. He was Commodore of the Sayville Yacht Club in 1927 and raced an Interclub named The Phantom. After Interclubs, his interest turned to the Timberpoint class and his Come Seven won many races. However, after meeting and becoming friendly with "Pop" Corry, the Star Boat was the ultimate boat for him.

Bill had two Stars; the High Seas and the Fo Fo. After winning the elimination series on the Great South Bay during the late 1930's and early 1940's, he represented the GSB fleet in the World's in Cuba, San Diego, and Chicago. In September of 1941 he defeated such noted Star skippers as Paul Shields, Carl Pflug, Harold Halsted, and William Foster to win the Atlantic Coast Championship held by the Eastchester Bay Yacht Racing Association.

During the years 1937 to 1941, Bill served as President of the Great South Bay Yacht Racing Association, and as Commodore of the Bay Shore Yacht Club in 1938 and then again in 1943.

Upon his death in July of 1947, a group of his friends formed a trophy committee consisting of Ted Everitt, Harold Pearson, Charles Dominy, and Joseph Forrington to purchase a trophy to be named in his memory in recognition of his many years of active sailing on Great South Bay and other waters. It was decided to hold this memorial series over Labor Day in Bellport as this was one of Bill's favorite events.

The Stars raced for this trophy for a number of years, but as Stars began to disappear from the bay the series was abandoned until 1992 when Mr. Jay Graham revived the event. Bill's son, Wiiliam H. Picken III and Charles Dominy heard of the new interest in the series and were instrumental in locating and retrieving the original bowl from the Suffolk County Marine Museum. The first of the current races for the revived Picken Bowl was held in August of 1992 at Babylon Yacht Club and has continued to be held every year since. The winner of this inaugural revived Picken Memorial Regatta was, fittingly enough Bill's nephew, Bud Picken of the Tampa Bay Star fleet. The sailing of this event every year played an important part in the eventual revival of the Great South Bay Star fleet in 1996.

ATLANTIC COAST MASTER'S REGATTA

August 26-27

Sponsored by the Boston Harbor Fleet,

C.P.Y.C., Winthrop Massachusetts


This regatta was started in 1995 by the 1st District to give the older members of the District a chance to sail against the best in their age group. Awards are given to the first and second place winners in four categories: Master (50 59), Grand Master (60 69), Exalted Grand Master (70 79) and Venerable Exalted Grand Master (80 and above). We are still waiting to determine the name for the 90 and above category. Hurry up and get there so we can invent something!
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LOCAL FLEET NEWS
MID-CONN Reminder:
Aug. 6 Sun 10&11: 12:45

Aug. 12 13 Sat 10&11, Sun 12&13: 12:45

Aug. 19 20 Sat 12&13, Sun 14&15: 12:45

Aug. 26 27 Sat 14&15, Sun 16&17: 12:45

Mid-Conn July 4th Series

The Mid-Conn July 4th series was held on Saturday, July 1, Sunday, July 2, and Tuesday, July 4. Sunday’s race was especially well attended, 11 boats in all, with some boats using this as a tune-up opportunity for the up-coming District Championship. The series was marked by light winds and, in the last two races, shortened courses. Going the right way to where the wind was stronger and/or the tide more favorable, even if ever so much, proved to be more crucial than boat speed. For example, in the last race those who went right on the last run picked up something, yet to be determined, which those who went left did not have.

1 7565 Button 3 2 5 10

2 7554 Karlovsky Kane 2 3 7 12

3 7964 Gray LaPlante 7 4 2 13

4 7012 D. Bolles A. Bolles 6 8 1 14.75

5 7306 Cronan V. Taylor 5 9 4 18

6 7724 Giunti J. Taylor 1 6 dns 19.75

7 6822 Correll Nelson 4 11 6 21

8 6731 Price Gracco dns 10 3 26

9 7222 Hovey Converse dns 1 dns 26.75

10 7728 Lombard dns 5 dns 31



11 7371 Cusick dns 7 dns 33
MID-CONN QUALIFICATION SERIES
With the conclusion of the 4th of July series the Mid-Conn Qualification series, which began with the Memorial Day series, came to an end. The series was scored on the best 8 races out of 11.





Boat #

Skipper

Crew

27-May

28-May

29-May

04-Jun

10-Jun

11-Jun

24-Jun

25-Jun

01-Jul

02-Jul

04-Jul

Points

1

7565

Button




1

1

2

1

1

3




2

3

2

5

13

2

7964

Gray

LaPlante

4

2

OCS

2

7

5

1

3

7

4

2

23

3

6822

Correll

Nelson

2

7

5

4

3

2

5

4

4

11

6

29

4

7012

D. Bolles

A. Bolles

5

4

4

6

6

6

4

5

6

8

1

35

5

7724

Giunti

J. / V. Taylor

6

6




3

4

7

2

DNF

1

6




35

6

7306

Cronan

V. Taylor

7

8




5

2




3




5

9

4

43

7

7554

Karlovsky

Kane

DNF

3

3

DNF




4




6

2

3

7

43

8

6984

Naylor

Small

3

5




DNF




8
















91

9

7222

Hovey

Converse







1



















1




92

10

7248

Chittick

Whitford
















1




1










92

11

6731

Price

Gracco

DNF

DNF

6







DNF










10

3

94

12

7221

Converse

Converse













5



















110

13

7728

Lombard































5




110

14

7371

Cusick













DNF
















7




112



WOMEN SKIPPERS


By Susie Pegel, the skipper of Star #7325, 2-time Star District 4 champion, 2-time silver chevron winner, District 5 championship race winner.
I think my crew Tom George is getting a chuckle from the comments that women aren't strong enough to trim in a Star mainsail. He knows better having sailed with me, even in winds up to 30 mph at Marina del Rey in February. Granted we weren't trimmed in "block and block" but who would be in that much wind? "Block and block" isn't the thing, it's how your leech looks. If "block and block" is your goal, get a bendy mast, a big crew and plenty of purchase on your mainsheet.

NOTICES AND ADVERTISEMENTS

Wanted for restoration project: If you know of any hull or pieces of a Star boat dating from the gaff-rigged era (1911-1921, hull numbers 1-106) please contact David Bolles; 203 882 9428 / d.bolles@worldnet.att.net.

Wanted: Bello equipment. I am looking for Bello equipment to replace parts on 3855. I am especially looking for Bello backstay and traveler tracks and slides. Please contact David Bolles; 203 882 9428 / d.bolles@worldnet.att.net

2000 World’s video available: To purchase a video of the 2000 World’s contact Annapolis Yacht Club / P.O. Box 908 / Annapolis, MD 21401 / Bus: (410) 263-9279 / Bus Fax: (410) 269-8905

Videos available: Mystic Seaport has two World’s videos available in VHS: the 1977 Kiel World’s (AV 74:77-1) and the 1981 Marblehead World’s (AV 74-81-1). For further details call Suki Williams, video archivist, at 860 572 5379 / suki@mysticseaport.org

I think this myth that women can't sail Stars is fiction made up by men to discourage women from joining and participating in the class. When my mother bought me my first Star at the end of the 1987 Star Worlds in Chicago, my parents specifically went over and asked Bill Buchan if he thought a woman could sail a Star. He said "I don't see why not." Enough said. My mom went ahead and bought me #6860, a former boat of Mr. Buchan's.

The most wind I've ever raced a Star in was 40 mph at the 1988 Star North Americans in Ithaca. When it gets that windy, it's survival for everyone as evidenced by the infamous Vince Brun leeward mark death roll in that regatta. Disaster even befalls the best of men! My advice to women is go out and try Star sailing. It's not as hard as men might lead you to believe.

1st DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP

Milford Y.C.

July 14-16, 2000
The 1st District Championship was held at Milford Y.C., which will be the site of the 2001 North American. 30 boats participated from fleets throughout the District.

RACE 1: “You got to go the right way!”

The first race was held on Friday, July 14. The wind at the start was about 5 kts. out of the Southeast. Nothing really developed the first time up, and the fleet rounded the weather mark fairly tightly packed. However, on the run the boats which stayed right were benefited by some mysterious force which moved them ahead of the boats which jibed at the weather mark. A little more wind? More favorable tide? Nothing special developed the second time up, except that as the boats neared the weather mark the wind shifted to the South, benefiting the boats on the right. This time downwind everyone was on a broad reach so it was single file from the weather mark to the leeward mark. The last beat up the wind shifted more right now to the Southwest and also freshened a bit, once again benefiting those who held right and putting those who went left in the cheap seats. Guy Gurney, with the help of Rob Bowers from the Sunapee fleet, read the wind shifts correctly and had a narrow but nice win over John Safford with Patrick Bodden up front.

Saturday brought in a windy and rainy condition. About half the fleet left the dock for the starting line and encountered substantial waves as they left the harbor entrance. The wind and waves continued to build as the boats approached the starting area so the race committee abandoned the racing for the day. Those who went out were at least rewarded for their efforts with a wonderful ride back home. The waves were just right and the surfing was great! However, there were several rigging failures, none of which were catastrophic, so perhaps holding the race might not have worked out anyway. Jack Button put a substantial bend in his rig and spent the rest of the day straightening it out. On the morrow he was ready to go with a vengeance. Maybe we should all bend our rigs?

RACE 2: Local Stars Shine.

Sunday brought in typical Long Island Sound weather. The first race of the day began with just enough wind to get the boats going. Again some went left and others went right. The right worked out and Mid-Conn fleets members David Chittick / Mike Whittford won with Jack Button / Chris Batchelor coming in second.

RACE 3: “Boat speed is where it’s at.”

By the time the final race started the wind had settled down into a nice wind with marginal hiking conditions. Again local boats, but with outside help on board, took the top two spots. Peter Cusick with George Iverson up front won, and last year’s District Champion John Lombard with Keith Gardner came in second.



At the series’ end the Blue Star went to John Safford and Patrick Bodden. This is Safford’s fourth Blue Star. Jack Button and Chris Batchelor got series second, and John Lombard / Keith Gardner got series third. At the awards ceremony Guy Gurney was awarded many goodies: the Green Star Trophy, the newly created Marshall Brown Trophy for the winner of the first race, the series fourth trophy, and second in the Master’s Division. Jack Button / Chris Batchelor were the winners of the Master’s Division, and John Siljander / Robert McKie were Master’s Division third. For the Grand Masters it was Don Gray / Ray LaPlante, first, Emil Karlovsky / Brian Kane, second, and David and Alejandra Bolles, third. The District Junior Trophy went to John Bainton / Will Christenson.

Boat #

Skipper

Crew

Fleet













7847

John Safford

Patrick Bodden

CA

2

5

7

14

7565

Jack Button

Chris Batchelor

Mid

10

2

4

16

7728

John Lombard

Keith Gardner

Mid

5

10

2

17

6970

Guy Gurney

Rob Bowers

CLIS

1

8

10

19

7371

Peter Cusick

George Iverson

Mid

16

4

1

21

7265

Josh Phypers

Kurt Larson

CA

4

9

12

25

7468

John Siljander

Robert McKie

BH

6

7

14

27

7657

Bill Watson

Roger Sharp

CLIS

3

12

16

31

7993

Joe Bainton

Chris Rogers

NB

11

20

3

34

7330

Michael Trotsky

Mican Davis

CA

13

17

5

35

7248

David Chittick

Mike Whitford

Mid

23

1

13

37

7163

Nelson Stephenson

Terence Glackin

CLIS

12

19

6

37

7475

George Kalfa

Chris Arleo

HB

9

14

15

38

6767

John Fox

Shannon Fox

BH

8

11

20

39

7101

Ted Lavery

Apostolos Koutoulas

CA

19

3

18

40

7804

Gary MacDonald

Sergey Leonidov

BH

7

18

19

44

7604

Richard Gordon

Michael Saari

CLIS

18

21

8

47

7964

Donald Gray

Ray LaPlante

Mid

17

6

26

49

7554

Emil Karlovsky

Brian Kane

Mid

22

24

11

57

7332

Thorsten Cook

Mike Young

CLIS

24

17

17

58

7306

Don Cronan

Valerie Taylor

Mid

14

23

23

60

7471

John Bainton

Will Christenson

NB

26

26

9

61

7012

David Bolles

Alejandra Bolles

Mid

15

22

24

61

7222

Bud Converse

Carol Gracco

Mid

ocs

13

22

66

7051

Randy Pfunder

Dave Fennell

GSB

20

25

21

66

737

Bob Black

John Reilly

Iso

25

15

27

67

6984

Jason Naylor

Eric Lundell

Mid

21

dnc

dnc

83

7724

Joseph Giunti

John Taylor

Mid

dnc

27

25

83

7168

Elizabeth Newell

Aaron Bell

CLIS

dnc

28

dnf

90

6822

Charles Correll

Andy Nelson

Mid

dnc

dnc

dnc

93

NOTES FROM STAR CLASS MEMBERS
JUDICIARY BOARD RULING 2000-1

Regarding: Perceived Conflict between rules 27.1, 27.2 and 34.6.2

An inquiry was made regarding the potential for conflict between rules 27.1 and 27.2 on one hand, and rule 34.6.2 on the other.

It is the opinion of the JB that there is no conflict between these rules, since 34.6.2 deals with Scoring and the others deal with the minimum number of races required in Gold and Silver events

Rule 27.1 governs World’s Championships and it is very clear that a champion cannot be declared unless 6 races are completed or unless there is an uncontested winner even though only 5 races can be completed. If only 5 races are completed, then how do we score the entire fleet; 5 races with a throw out, or 5 races without a throw out? The answer, of course, lies in Scoring Rule 34.6.2 which instructs us to throw out the worst race as long as we complete “more than four” races.

Rule 27.2 governs Continental Championships and requires that the RC “shall make every effort” to complete 6 races, but they must complete at least 4 races to make it a series. Again, the question of throw outs must be considered. Once again, the answer is found in Scoring Rule 34.6.2, which instructs us to score on the basis of a throw out race if “more than four races have been completed”. Thus, if only four races are completed, all races shall count in the score.

For the Judiciary Board,

Bill Parks, Chairman

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In Memoriam

C. Stanley Ogilvy


C. Stanley Ogilvy, the Star Class Historian and past editor of Starlights and the Star Class Log, died on June 21, 2000 at the age of 87. He was a Life member of the Star Class and at the time of his death the fleet secretary for the Western Long Island Sound Fleet. The following comments are taken from Bill Park's Forward to Stan Ogilvy's book A History of the Star Class. The final paragraph is an additional comment made by Bill a couple of days after Stan died:

Stan's involvement with the Star Class began conventionally, with a youthful introduction to Stars as a crew and then as a skipper on Long Island Sound in the 1930s. He soon became a fleet officer, and was co-chairman of the Organizing Committee of the 1937 World's Championship when only two years out of college. He later served as a member of the Governing Committee and as Vice-President of the Class. In 1946 he took over the editorship of the Class newsletter Starlights and its yearbook, the Log, a post that he held with pride and consummate skill for nearly 40 years.

Stan won a Continental Spring Championship in 1947, a Continental Championship in 1952 and placed third in two World's Championships. He remained near the top in all his Star racing endeavors for decades. Author of the book "Thoughts on Small Boat Racing", Stan broke the ice for a flood of similar publications that followed.

As Chairman of the Judiciary Board of the Star Class during the 1980’s, he advised and guided the Class officers with statesmanlike skill and diplomacy, while handling all protest appeals as well as scads of other contested issues.

His lifetime of dedication to the Star Class has given him a unique perspective from which to comment on the yachting scene. In 1991 he published through the Class a book entitled "A History of the Star Class". The book is truly a labor of love.

Stan was a truly first class yachtsman and sportsman. He was honest and forthright to a fault and stood for the absolute best that we all strive for. A great loss for yachting and our wonderful Star Class.

Bill Parks

STAN OGILVY'S MEMORIAL SERVICE

July 7, 2000

Larchmont Yacht Club

By Jane Lawrence
A magnificent day - clear blue skies 78 degrees with low humidity - gentle breezes - a great sailing day.

A large crowd of friends gathered on the porch of the yacht club to pay their tributes and last farewells to C. Stanley Ogilvy, spilling over on the lawn by the flagpole.

Stephen Ogilvy, Stan's brother, thanked all for coming and spoke briefly, followed by several nephews and other family members. Humorous anecdotes in abundance - from the Lake Sunapee Star Fleet always being sure they had lots of pistachio ice cream when Stan was expected (he finally admitted he did not particularly like that flavor) to stories of his thoughtfulness with special gifts for family during holiday gatherings. A visit from "Uncle Stan" was always an occasion. Art Deacon, Jr. (whose father won the Worlds in 1943 and was one of Stan’s closet friends) spoke with deep affection of their mutual love of mathematics.

Representatives from the Star Class (Rick Munson) and Etchells Class (Peter Duncan) expressed their appreciation of Stan's contributions as did the Commodore of Larchmont Yacht Club, Howard McMichael, Jr. He mentioned that Stan was a life-long friend of his father, Howard McMichael, Sr., and had been Best Man at his wedding. Last year when the McMichael family planned to scatter the ashes of their parents by the starting line off the Breakwater, Stan was invited to go along. It was the first time he had been on the water last summer and he indicated to Howie that he thought it was an appropriate idea.

So, on July 7, 2000, after all the accolades had been said, Stan's ashes were put aboard the Race Committee boat and scattered as he wished, on the starting line off the Larchmont breakwater.

While the majority of the guests were Larchmont Yacht Club members, the Star Class was well represented. Rick Munson spoke eloquently of Stan’s achievements in Stars, and his exceptional contribution to the class in his various roles as editor, technical advisor and historian. Also present were Mimi and E. Chester Peet, WLIS; Steve Andrews and Arline Rogers from Huntington Bay; Mead Batchelor, Mid-Conn; Guy Gurney and Jane Lawrence, CLIS; and long time Star sailors Owen Torrey, Herb Hild and Butch Ulmer; from the Etchells Class, Timmie Larr, Bill and Parker Ketcham.

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Tuning a New Star Mast

By Mark Reynolds

Over the last few years I have had the chance to rig quite a few new masts. A few times it has been for a new boat, a few times because of a new model mast, but also a few too many times, replacing a broken mast. Fortunately today the new masts come pretty ready to go. The mast manufactures also provide great instructions. This is my checklist I go through when installing a new mast.

If the mast isn't already cut to length that is the first step. You need to know the point B measurement for your boat. Point B controls the height of the mast. This point on the mast must be at the height of the shear. The measurement is from the bearing point of the bottom of the mast to the shearline. Your point B may be on your measurement certificate but if it isn't the Log describes how to measure it. Use this measurement by measuring down from the punch mark on the mast and make a mark on the mast, which will be the bearing point of the mast on the step. Subtract for the butt plug length and cut off the extra mast. Be very careful to make sure an accurate cut is made by wrapping a piece of paper around the mast. After installing the plug check to make sure it's square in all directions.

All wires are already finished except the backstays. You will need to cut the lower and upper to length for your particular backstay system. I like to make them as long as possible to make it easy to reach and to reduce the windage. I have found that with my system I make the lower 9” longer than the band at the boom and the upper 10” shorter than the band.

If you have the intermediates at the spreader tips they now need to be adjusted before attaching them to the spreaders. Pull the upper shroud down along the front of the mast and mark the inside bearing point on the mast. Measure down from this point 2 15/16" (75mm) and make another mark. Now pull the intermediates down and adjust so that the inside bearing point is in line with this mark. Make sure you tighten the locking nut.

After installing the spreaders tie some twine or shockcord tightly between the tips (right around the shrouds) and measure to the back of the mast checking the sweep of the spreaders. This normally comes at 5" now and I think this works fine. At this point I also make sure that the line from tip to tip is perpendicular to the side of the mast butt plug. This can be checked by using a level or you can line up a batten on the butt plug and check to see if it's in line with the twine between the spreader tips. I found with my last few masts that these measurements have been perfect from the factory.

Put a jib trim mark on the spreaders 18" out from the side of the mast. I use a felt tip pen or tape to put a 1" band around the spreader. Just put the mark on the bottom of the spreader if you only want to see it from your boat and if you want it seen from off the boat also put it around the top. I find that in most conditions the jib leech will line up with this mark.

Before standing up the mast check the screws at the jib box, wipe the wires off and tie on the shockcord to keep the backstays from catching the spreader tips. After the mast goes in lay it forward and hook up the headstay and slide on the lower and upper shrouds. I have found that if the uppers are tight enough that they just barely slide on with the mast forward this is about the right tension. If the uppers are too tight then the mast will have too much pre-bend in light air and the spreaders will pop forward too quickly when sailing on a broad reach. If they are too loose then the whole rig will not be upright in the boat. The lowers should be fairly loose and then tuned on the water. Now hook up and set the backstays. Put on enough forward lever to pop the mast in a positive bend and check that the lower backstays are loose and that the upper backstays have the same amount of tension. Then by using a tape measure hooked on the main halyard measure down to the chine to see that the mast is centered and also check the mast at the partner. I think it's best to have at least 1/8" of space on both sides of the mast.

The tuning of the lowers will be done on the water as well as the intermediates if they come down to the deck. With intermediates at the spreader tips if you feel that the intermediates need adjusting then do that when you return to the shore. It also is a good idea to check them again, as they tend to set in after the first sail anyway.
REGATTA SCHEDULES
1st District

Please check the 1st District Web Site for more information about these regattas. Go to:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/fcsdesign/

Aug. 12-13 Picken Memorial (GSB)

Aug. 26 27 Atlantic Coast Masters (BH)

Sept. 9-10 Bedford Pitcher (CLIS)

Sept. 16-17 Nathan Hale, Oyster Bay

Sept. 23-24 Nutmeg's (Mid)

2nd District

A
ug. 2 Bigelow Evening Race (MES)

Aug. 5-6 Miles River Regatta /

Green Star Championship (MES)

Aug. 12-13 Oxford Summer Lipton Cup (ES)

Sept. 9-10 West River Keel Boat (WS)

Sept. 16-17 2nd District Blue Star Championship (CB)

Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oxford Fall Windup (ES)

Oct. 7 8 Michelob Cup (WS)

5th District

May-August Starlight Series (Thursday night) (SMB)

Sept. 2-3 Labor Day Pitcher (SDB)

Sept. 9-10 Harris Cup / under 7000 (SMB)

Sept. 16-17 Fall Gold Cup /

5th District Green Star (NH)

Oct. 21-22 Calvin Paige / West Coast Fall

Champ. (Master’s Division) (WFSB)

Oct. 28-29 Ash Brown Oktoberfest (SDB)

Dec. 9-10 Kriss Kringle (SDB)

12th District

Please check the 12th District Web Site for more information about these regattas. Go to:

http://www.angelfire.com/stars/LakesDistrict12/index.html

Aug. 4-6 12th District Championship (LG)

Aug. 12-13 New York State Championship (SL)

Sept. 9-10 Lake George Open (LG)

Sept. 16-17 F.L.A.S.I.R. (SL)

Sept. 23-24 Chili Regatta (SL)

20th District

Nov. 18-19 Schoonmaker Cup

Dec. 2-3 Commodore’s Cup

Jan. 6-7, 2001 Bob Levin Memorial

Feb. 3-4 Masters’ Regatta

Feb. 17-18 Biscayne Trophy

March 4-9 Bacardi Cup

April t.b.a. 20th District Championship

NOTICE FOR NORTH AMERICAN PARTICIPANTS

From Mark Busch, Regatta Chairman
Due to other club functions, we can only have Star boats arrive Thursday, August 11, and then they must be removed from the Island within 1 week following the regatta. Should someone have a need for storage of a boat during late July and early August we will do our best to find a spot off the Island for the boat.
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EMIL’S CORNER


Drawing by Emil Karlovsky
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Send Us Your Material
To submit material to this newsletter please contact:

David Bolles

133 Castle Lane

Milford, CT 06460-7515

203 882 9428 / d.bolles@worldnet.att.net
A reminder about reporting regatta results: please try to give the information in the following format:

Place/ Boat #/ Skipper/ Crew/ Fleet/ Daily positions/ Score


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