The best and most popular race of the sailing season
THE TED PIKE MEMORIAL REGATTA
(Also known as “The Rum Run”)
Will start at Noon on Saturday August 24th. in Port Townsend Bay.
With a BBQ and Awards party to follow at Point Hudson.
All sailors are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Temporary PHRF ratings will be guestimated for those without.
Further details and explanations are available at Regatta Details
An on-line signup sheet is at Entry Form
A printable PDF of the Sailing Instructions is at Sailing Instructions
A printable PDF of the list of courses from which the actual course used is chosen (as dictated by the wind) is at Course Charts
Many of you may know of Leo Goolden a boatbuilder, sailor and writer from Bristol, England who is currently living in Sequim and is “on a mission to rebuild a 107-year old English sailing yacht called Tally Ho“. If you haven’t seen his YouTube videos they are well worth watching. Leo is sponsoring a casual small boat regatta/picnic this coming Sunday at Cline Spit, Dungeness Bay. All are welcome. It should be a blast.
Just the results, details later
|PTSA Thunderbird August Dog Days Series 2019|
|Standings – Five Races Sailed|
|Boat Name||Raven||Tem-pest||Kuma San||Dorado||Magic Bus||Falcon||Owl||Mabu-hay||Tzieu!|
|Skipper Name||Blackbd Assocs.||Canty, Dennis||Lynes, John||Jackson, Molly||Dunlap, Piper +||Nikles, Roland||Dunning, Dale||Barron, Greg||Walker, Scott|
|Race 1 8/07/19||1||||||4||2||6||[DNC 10]||||7|
|Race 2 8/07/19||1||3||5||4||2||||DNC 10||6|||
|Race 3 8/07/19||1||3||2||4||5||6||DNC 10||7||8|
|Race 4 08/14/19||||3||5||4||[DNC 10]||6||1||7||8|
|Race 5 08/14/19||1||2||4||||DNC 10||7||3||6||8|
|Results Provisional until Final Standings|
|[ ] Denotes Throw-out|
Due to the Race Committee’s failure to sync reality with the calendar and the published race schedule, an earlier version of this report erroneously referred to races 9, 10, 11 of the Cat’s Paw series. In fact last Wednesday’s races were #1, #2, & #3 of the Dog Days Series. Sorry for any confusion that was created in others.
Once again a steady, moderate, NW breeze allowed for three races (plus a false start – just for practice). As a break from rounding the pin, course SILF (1.1 nm.) was set. The CB was positioned such that leg 1 was 50% longer than leg 3. Boats completed the course in 20 – 25 mins. (more…)