July 2014 Regatta Results

CSC/TPSC REGATTA RESULTS 2014 JULY 12. 13 Fleet order D,C,A,B

Fleet A PRO = CSC, Dan Henry & Geoff C., Sun, July 13, 1030 AM
SKIPPER Old-Sdav-New Boat F1 F2 YrTot
Team Bill+ Alex 2.241 2.469 633 3 3 21
Terry Edlund 2.599 2.716 618 4 2 24
Sandy Leon 2.827 2.279 648 1 1 74
Ed Derian 3.714 4.100 647 5 5 54.5
John Killian 3.720 3.504 611 2 4 27

Fleet B PRO = CSC, Sandy Leon, Sun, July 13, 1330 PM
SKIPPER Old-Sdav-New Boat F1 F2 YrTot
Harry Smith 3.791 3.179 647 1 1 107
Tabor’s Pirates 3.888 3.697 648 2 3 72
Erich Hoffmann 3.920 3.719 565 3 2 41
Dan Henry 4.580 4.631 611 4 4 74

Fleet C PRO = CSC, Mark Whitehouse + Brion Murray, Sat, July 12, 1330 PM
SKIPPER Old-Sdav-New Boat F1 F2 YrTot
Jerry Selness 4.267 4.637 618 4 3 61
Jerry Rapp 4.639 5.889 632 7 7 81
Team Bob + Lisa 4.734 5.564 611 6 5 89
Mike N / Jim W 4.804 4.713 634 2 4 65
Hutch/Gerbracht 4.860 5.502 647 9Q 2 82
Paul Blelloch 4.876 5.963 641 5 8 86
Dave Switzer 5.134 5.544 610 3 6 83
Bruce Plutchak 3.985 3.540 615 1 1 69

Fleet D PRO = CSC, John Hutcheson & Kevin Gerbracht, Sat, July 12, 1030 AM
SKIPPER Old-Sdav-New Boat F1 F2 YrTot
FredM/Kris Lang 5.224 5.007 47 1 4 96
Matt Zita 5.351 4.946 611 3 1 81
Mark G +Randy W 5.661 5.613 632 4 3 86
Tony Mylonakis 6.057 7.240 647 8 8 137
Mark W +Brion M 6.327 6.829 634 5 7 99
Traci Kush 6.514 6.960 615 6 6 105
Maynard Herting 7.668 7.768 641 7 5 126
Team Frazier 5.140 4.798 618 2 2 136
DaveLivingstone 7.099 7.069 640 5 5 106 ** Extra Racer/B-Flt

STANDINGS, 2014 July REGATTA

1 Team Bill+ Alex 21 17 Matt Zita 81
2 Terry Edlund 24 18 Hutch/Gerbracht 82
3 John Killian 27 19 Dave Switzer 83
4 Erich Hoffmann 41 20 Mark G +Randy W 86
5 Greg Anderson 54 20 Paul Blelloch 86
6 Ed Derian 54.5 22 Team Bob + Lisa 89
7 Jerry Selness 61 22 Doug Diepholz 89
8 Armando Hysko 62 24 FredM/Kris Lang 96
9 Mike N /Jim W 65 25 Mark W +Brion M 99
10 Bruce Plutchak 69 26 Traci Kush 105
11 Cryan/Farley 71 27 DaveLivingstone 106
12 Tabor’s Pirates 72 28 Harry Smith 107
13 Dan Henry 74 28 Hector/Laura 107
13 Sandy Leon 74 30 Ashok Suratkal 118
15 Dan + Dennis 77.5 31 Maynard Herting 126
16 Jerry Rapp 81 32 Brian Nelson 127

A Note about Rule 18. After a Practice Race on or about May 22 there was a question about the proper technique for finishing a race at the finish line. The question centered on the behavior of the overlapped boats at the North end of the start and finish line with a West wind and a downwind finish.

The answer is that the same rules apply to a leeward or reaching mark until the boats have passed the mark. (There are some small differences at a starting line or at a weather mark.)

In this case, the inside, overlapped boat must be given room to pass between the outside, overlapped boat. Also the Sailing Instructions (SI) provide that There are several methods that the involved skippers could have used:

Method 1. The outside boat, who did not hear or see the inside overlapped boat, did not give room to the overlapped inside boat and, on protest, may be disqualified.

Method 2. The outside boat, might have heard or seen the inside overlapped boat, and might have given room to allow the inside boat to pass between the mark and the outside boat, and then continue as the Rules expect.

Method 3. The outside boat, who did not give room, might be disqualified as in Method 1. The inside boat might make use of the Sailing Instructions Rule IV.I (see below) and sail on the wrong side of the mark until she was past the mark, and then continue on the next leg of her proper course or since this was a finish just be finished.

IV.I. When an outside boat fails to give Mark-Room, Rule 18.2(a), the inside boat shall NOT cause contact with the outside boat. In such a case, the inside boat which was denied Mark-Room, may choose to pass on the wrong side of the mark, continue beyond the mark and then turn to continue on the next leg of the course. The inside boat has, in this way, violated Rule 28 (Sailing the Course). In this case, Rule 64.1 (c), is applicable and the inside boat, which was compelled to break a rule, shall be exonerated.