photos by Mark Hergen Oxford, Maryland First of all, let me apologize about last nights’ post.  My technological skills are not up to par. Two races were held today on the Choptank ( yes, that’s the name of the part of the Chesapeake we are in) in a dying, but persistently left shifting wind. In […]

Gull Lake No wind for two days then 3 races yesterday made up the second annual Vintage Gold Cup. GEM IX belonged to a mentor of mine, Sir Durward Knowles, when he won gold in the ‘64 Olympics. GEM IX is now part of the Cayard family and It was extra special to share this year […]

Photo by Bronny Daniels Marina del Rey The final two races of the Star North American Championship were held today in identical conditions to the other days, 7-8 knots from the southwest and choppy seas. While Arthur and I had great starts and were up front in both races, we could not match the speed […]

photo by Mary Stuyvesant Marina Del Rey Race 5 and 6 were held today in 7-8 knots of wind and very sloppy seas. On weekends, Marina Del Ray gets a lot of chop from all the recreational boats that come out of the harbor and head up to Santa Monica and Malibu. In Race 5, […]

photos by Bronny Daniels   Marina Del Rey   Races 3 and 4 of the Star North American Championship were held today in 8-11 knots of wind from the southwest. The sea was quite a bit more choppy than yesterday which made for some challenging steering for the helmsmen.   Eric Doyle and Payson Infelise […]

photos by Mary Stuyvesant Marina Del Rey Today was day 1 of the Star North American Championship in Marina del Rey, California. The conditions were beautiful for Star sailing; 7-9 knots with a moderate sea. In race 1, Eric Doyle, with Payson Infelise up front, held a narrow lead of Arthur Lopes and I. Eric […]

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