Entries by Paul Cayard

TP52 Super Series Cascais

Cascais, Portugal We had a very rough day today on Phoenix.  We actually finished last in both races! I can’t remember ever doing that.  The conditions were 8-11 knots from the south which is a bit more wind than previous days. In the first race today, I tried to win the pin end of the […]

TP 52 Super Series Cascais

Cascais, Portugal Four races were sailed on Thursday and Friday over here in Portugal for the Tp52 fleet.  The winds have been light all week and this is our weakness on Phoenix.  We have larger appendages than the newer boats and we feel it especially downwind.  On Thursday, we made the mistake of contorting our […]

TP 52 Super Series-Cascais

Cascais, Portugal The final TP 52 Super Series event of 2016 started yesterday in the Atlantic Ocean off Cascais Portugal.  There are 10 TP52’s here for the 5 day event which ends on Saturday. On Tuesday, two races were held in 6-9 knots of wind from the southwest and smooth seas. In the first one, […]

J70 World Championship-Final

Photo’s by Zerogradinord San Francisco The final two races of the 2016 J70 World Championship were held on Berkeley Circle Saturday.  The fleet made the 5 mile trek down to the circle in the customary light morning winds and for one last time, the arduous trek back to the St. Francis Yacht Club in the […]

J70 World Championship 2016

Photos by Zerogradinord San Francisco Three races were held today on Berkeley Circle for the J70 fleet.  The wind for the first two races was 10-12 knots and it was osculating giving plenty of opportunities to all the competitors. On Calvi Network we had a solid first race, finishing 3rd right behind Claudia Rossi, the […]

J70 World Championship-Day 3

photos by Zerogradinord San Francisco Two races were held today on Berkeley Circle for the J70 fleet. The first one was in non-planing conditions of 8-12 knots and the second had winds of 15-20 knots. It’s impressive how competitive the fleet is.  Yesterday’s convincing winner, Flojito, scored a 20 and 10 today.  Judd Smith who […]

J70 World Championship-Day 2

Photo by Zergradinord San Francisco Three races were held on Berkeley Circle for the 68 international teams competing in the J70 World Championship on Wednesday.  The conditions were once again, true San Francisco.  The fog was lurking if not covering the race course, the wind had bite, and blew 14-18 knots. There was a big […]

J70 World Championship-2016

photo’s by Zerogradinord San Francisco 68 J70’s lined up for the first two races of the 2016 World Championship on Tuesday on Berkeley Circle… the eastern side of San Francisco Bay.  After three days of “non San Francisco” conditions over the wekend-85 degrees with sailors waiting around for wind while complaining of it being to hot in the parking lot-“San […]

TP52 World Championship 2016

Photos by Nico Martinez Mahon, Menorca Day 5 provided the fleet with races 9 & 10, both in a huge seaway of 2-3 meters from the north.  The wind in the first race was north northeast between 10 and 14 knots and the wind in the second race started at 16 knots and dropped to […]

TP52 World Championship 2016

Photos Max Ranchi Mahon, Menorca Two races were held today off the east coast of Menorca. The wind in the first race was 8 knots from the Southwest and the second race had 16 knots from the Northeast.  There was a big wind shift between the two races and the Race Committee did a good […]