Entries by Paul Cayard

Western Hemisphere Championship

Coming to the windward mark in USA8466-GEM Coxonut Grove The two final races of the 2018 Star Western Hemisphere Championship were held today in 15-18 knots of wind from the southeastz. Jorge Zarif of Brazil was on fire winning both races today. It was very physical and the conditions suited the 25 year old Finn […]

Star Western Hemisphere Championship

Start of race one today-Ken Batzer photo Coconut Grove Another perfect day in Miami, if you like Sailing. 10-14 knots from the southeast with a moderate chop. In race one, the left side of the line was favored and Tutu and I grabbed the favored spot. That was the highlite of that race for us. […]

Western Hemisphere Championship

Photo by Ken Batzer Coconut Grove Two more races were completed today enroute to crowning the 2018 Western Hemisphere Champion in the Star Class. More postcard conditions today…8-12 knots from the East Southeast. In race 1, after a tricky battle with various adversaries, Arthur (Tutu) and I won the final sprint  to the line to […]

Western Hemisphere Championship

Photo by Ken Batzer Coconut Grove The final series of the Star winter racing is happening on Biscayne Bay, today through Sunday.  Two races per day are scheduled to award the Spring Silver Star in the USA.  37 teams from 7 countries are competing. With the sun shining, the water temperature at 78F, the wind […]

St. Barth’s Bucket

St. Barth’s Three days of racing here in the Caribbean, for 25 Super Yacht’s, concluded today with a 8-10 knots race, clockwise around the island. For us on Rosehearty, it was quite a different week. Many of our usual competitors like Seahawk and Perseus were not in attendance this year.  Zenji and ourselves ended up […]

Bacardi Cup Final

Diego Negri and Sergio Lambertenghi of Italy Coconut Grove The final race of the 91st Bacardi Cup was held today in 14-18 knots of wind from the south east. Mark and I got off the starting line well and were amongst the top teams approaching the first mark.  We rounded second behind Robert Scheidt, with […]

Bacardi Cup-Day 5

Grael/Goncalves leading the fleet Coconut Grove Today’s 5th race of the 91st Bacardi Cup was held under perfect “Bacardi” conditions…..10 knots of wind from North North East.  This is still a shifty direction with the wind coming off downtown. World Champions Lars Grael and Samuel Goncalves led wire to wire after playing the right side […]

Bacardi Cup

Coconut Grove After yesterdays race was postponed due to thunderstorm activity in the area, today featured a double header. The wind was 12-18 knots from the northwest, which is always shifty here and makes for challenging racing. In race one of the day, there was a big left shift off the line and Mark and […]

Bacardi Cup-Day 2

Biscayne Bay After a one hour postponement, the wind filled in from the south east at 10 knots and built to 14 knots as the 10 mile race continued.  The right side of the course paid up the first windward leg and the Italian team of Negri/Lambertenghi led at the first mark.  Mark and I […]

Bacardi Cup-Day 1

Coconut Grove 76 teams from 16 countries have come to the warm waters of Biscayne Bay to compete in the 91st Annual Bacardi Cup.  I am racing the week with Mark Strube. Before the first race of the regatta, the Star Class family payed its respects in a tribute to Sir Durward Knowles who recent […]