event burgee venue burgee

Piscataqua Sailing Association

Portsmouth, NH

2014 Summer Race Series Results as of 9:59 on September 5, 2014

Overall

Sailed: 12, Discards: 3, To count: 9, Entries: 15, Scoring system: Appendix A
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName R11
7/17
R12
7/17
R13
7/24
R14
7/31
R15
7/31
R16
8/7
R17
8/7
R18
8/14
R19
8/14
R20
8/28
R21
8/28
R22
9/4
Total Nett
  1st Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 2.0 1.0 (14.0 DNF) 1.0 1.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 2.0 4.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 60.0 14.0
  2nd Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 1.0 2.0 3.0 (4.0) (4.0) 2.0 4.0 (8.5) 3.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 40.5 24.0
  3rd Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 5.0 (6.0) 2.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 2.0 3.0 1.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 5.0 63.0 25.0
  4th Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge (11.0) 3.0 4.0 (9.0) (9.0) 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.0 7.0 2.0 9.0 62.0 33.0
  5th Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis (6.0) 4.0 (5.0) 3.0 3.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 2.0 5.0 (6.0) 4.0 53.0 36.0
  6th Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 3.0 (11.0) 6.0 6.0 6.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 6.0 8.0 3.0 7.0 3.0 91.0 48.0
  7th Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 4.0 8.0 1.0 5.0 8.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 8.5 9.0 6.0 4.0 (16.0 DNC) 101.5 53.5
  8th Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart (10.0) 5.0 7.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 7.0 7.0 4.0 6.0 10.0 DNF 8.0 10.0 106.0 64.0
  9th PBR 3703 John Glessner 7.0 7.0 (16.0 DNC) 12.0 DNF 12.0 DNS (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 10.0 10.0 2.0 5.0 6.0 119.0 71.0
  10th Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 12.0 12.0 (14.0 DNF) 7.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 7.0 13.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 8.0 119.0 73.0
  11th Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce (13.0) 10.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 12.0 11.0 8.0 9.0 7.0 125.0 80.0
  12th Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 8.0 9.0 10.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 4.0 6.0 11.0 7.0 (16.0 DNC) 16.0 DNC 16.0 DNC 135.0 87.0
  13th Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 9.0 (14.0) 11.0 10.0 10.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 14.0 DNF 14.0 DNS 9.0 10.0 DNS 11.0 144.0 98.0
  14th Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 15.0 13.0 12.0 12.0 DNF 11.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 13.0 12.0 (16.0 DNC) 16.0 DNC 13.0 165.0 117.0
  15th CHE 639 KPYC 14.0 15.0 DNF 9.0 (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) (16.0 DNC) 8.0 16.0 DNC 16.0 DNC 16.0 DNC 16.0 DNC 12.0 170.0 122.0

R11 - 7/17

Winds 5-10 West fading for R10

This evening Tom reached back into the past and resurrected course 2, no problem for those who read the SI. It is a simple windward leeward with the start in the lower third of the course, adding a short windward leg for the finish.
13 boats raced with Epic Flight and Crazy Horse resting. Crazy Horse hasn't sailed this year but was spotted on the river last week. We hope to have him for the summer series which starts next week.
The fleet was very eager at the starts, Big Ben, Hurricane, Powerwhore and Phat Tail being called early in the first. The fleet earned its first general recall in the second with the I flag (round the ends rule) making its first appearance and Big Ben again early in the restart. Caleb found enough pressure on the course to earn two bullets, Big Ben after being early and hitting the windward mark in the first race still managed 2nd. Fruitcakes and Powderwhore found the breeze in the second finishing 3 and

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 1 1.0
  2 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 2 2.0
  3 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 3 3.0
  4 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 4 4.0
  5 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 5 5.0
  6 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 6 6.0
  7 PBR 3703 John Glessner 7 7.0
  8 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 8 8.0
  9 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 9 9.0
  10 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 10 10.0
  11 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 11 11.0
  12 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 12 12.0
  13 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 13 13.0
  14 CHE 639 KPYC 14 14.0
  15 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 15 15.0

R12 - 7/17

Winds 5-10 West fading for R10

This evening Tom reached back into the past and resurrected course 2, no problem for those who read the SI. It is a simple windward leeward with the start in the lower third of the course, adding a short windward leg for the finish.
13 boats raced with Epic Flight and Crazy Horse resting. Crazy Horse hasn't sailed this year but was spotted on the river last week. We hope to have him for the summer series which starts next week.
The fleet was very eager at the starts, Big Ben, Hurricane, Powerwhore and Phat Tail being called early in the first. The fleet earned its first general recall in the second with the I flag (round the ends rule) making its first appearance and Big Ben again early in the restart. Caleb found enough pressure on the course to earn two bullets, Big Ben after being early and hitting the windward mark in the first race still managed 2nd. Fruitcakes and Powderwhore found the breeze in the second finishing 3 and

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 2 2.0
  3 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 3 3.0
  4 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 4 4.0
  5 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 5 5.0
  6 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 6 6.0
  7 PBR 3703 John Glessner 7 7.0
  8 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 8 8.0
  9 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 9 9.0
  10 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 10 10.0
  11 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 11 11.0
  12 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 12 12.0
  13 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 13 13.0
  14 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 14 14.0
  15 CHE 639 KPYC DNF 15.0

R13 - 7/24

Another light air night, sw generally gusting to 5. I like that we have missed the thunder storms three weeks in a row but a bit more pressure would have been more fun.
Tom after much contemplation set up a very short course 2 total length about a mile, it took 50 minutes for the first boat to finish, a break neck pace. A fairly long line was set but it didn't help the crowd at the committee boat which was slightly favored. The fleet split some hunting pressure on the left others seeking clean air on the right. Phat Tail got a good start and worked the right rounding first but didn't jibe until the rest of the lead pack was around. It seems the earlier you jibed the better off you were with what little wind there was coming very forward, beam reaching directly to the mark. Stay Calm rounding fourth found some pressure and captured the bullet. Che, sporting some new handme down sails managed to stay ahead of Epic Flight and Vox. Caleb and Dave Severance of Crazy Horse ran out

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 1 1.0
  2 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 2 2.0
  3 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 3 3.0
  4 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 4 4.0
  5 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 5 5.0
  6 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 6 6.0
  7 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 7 7.0
  8 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 8 8.0
  9 CHE 639 KPYC 9 9.0
  10 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 10 10.0
  11 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 11 11.0
  12 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 12 12.0
  13 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan DNF 14.0
  13 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence DNF 14.0

R14 - 7/31

SW 10-12 Knots

It was breezy I’d say a steady 10-12 and the seas 1-2, not really a big deal Kind of a “be careful what you wish for” thing.
But I digress…

The action was Caleb lost two crew members overboard during the first race’ start sequence, right about mid line with boats all around. I didn’t notice instantly. It happened in the last minute.

I let the sequence run and then sounded three horns and abandoned to give everyone a chance to get straightened out. One of Caleb’s guys might still be in the water at this point, not sure. Chris F picked one out of the water and Caleb got the other. Pthers helped, tried etc. I waited for the crew to be transferred back to his boat, not an especially easy task, then started another sequence. Total time lost about a half hour? Don’t really remember.

Then Chris broke his starboard spreader, mast stayed up. Looked to me like the old outboard style with a weld holding the male end of th

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 2 2.0
  3 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 3 3.0
  4 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 4 4.0
  5 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 5 5.0
  6 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 6 6.0
  7 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 7 7.0
  8 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 8 8.0
  9 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 9 9.0
  10 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 10 10.0
  11 PBR 3703 John Glessner DNF 12.0
  11 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren DNF 12.0

R15 - 7/31

SW 10-12 Knots

Then Chris broke his starboard spreader, mast stayed up. Looked to me like the old outboard style with a weld holding the male end of the spreader to the band around the mast that broke. You know the old typer, rivets etc. - likely didn’t have the newer through mast setup.

Corona had a tough time in the breeze, Powerwhore was short handed, as was Rob - both with only three. And of course nobody used their little jibs. Vox did not fly a kite.

Course was W .60 nm, no gates, breeze due south right from White. Two races done and right after I finished the last boat, the breeze went hard right 100 degrees coming from Little Harbor. Good timing I guess.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 2 2.0
  3 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 3 3.0
  4 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 4 4.0
  5 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 5 5.0
  6 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 6 6.0
  7 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 7 7.0
  8 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 8 8.0
  9 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 9 9.0
  10 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 10 10.0
  11 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 11 11.0
  12 PBR 3703 John Glessner DNS 12.0

R16 - 8/7

W 3-7 Knots

Well, I wasn't sure it was going to happen tonight, thunder storms passing right over the race area at 3:30Pm and big one just south at 5:00PM, but enough of a break and no real organization to the systems lead to the conclusion we should give it a try. Its common knowledge that on a stormy night even if the storm passes there is no wind behind it but out we went.
A nice westerly filled in and despite the fact it poured in Rye and even in New Castle the race course was clear.

Tom set up course 2, seven answered the gun in the first and eight in the second. Powderwhore with a full regular crew and enough sense to be ready at the start won the first race. In the second, 3/4 of the fleet was early, ending up at the unfavored pin end, opening up an empty line at the favored end. Powerwhore seized the opportunity and got the bullet in the second. Crazy Horse with only two aboard managed a third in the second, good work.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 1 1.0
  2 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 2 2.0
  3 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 3 3.0
  4 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 4 4.0
  5 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 5 5.0
  6 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 6 6.0
  7 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 7 7.0

R17 - 8/7

W 3-7 Knots

TWell, I wasn't sure it was going to happen tonight, thunder storms passing right over the race area at 3:30Pm and big one just south at 5:00PM, but enough of a break and no real organization to the systems lead to the conclusion we should give it a try. Its common knowledge that on a stormy night even if the storm passes there is no wind behind it but out we went.
A nice westerly filled in and despite the fact it poured in Rye and even in New Castle the race course was clear.

Tom set up course 2, seven answered the gun in the first and eight in the second. Powderwhore with a full regular crew and enough sense to be ready at the start won the first race. In the second, 3/4 of the fleet was early, ending up at the unfavored pin end, opening up an empty line at the favored end. Powerwhore seized the opportunity and got the bullet in the second. Crazy Horse with only two aboard managed a third in the second, good work.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 1 1.0
  2 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 2 2.0
  3 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 3 3.0
  4 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 4 4.0
  5 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 5 5.0
  6 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 6 6.0
  7 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 7 7.0
  8 CHE 639 KPYC 8 8.0

R18 - 8/14

W 8-12 Knots

What an awesome night, when you are shoveling snow this coming winter tonight is what you will be thinking about. A great westerly breeze about 12 knots, clear skies, warm temperatures and fairly flat seas at start time with plenty of puffs and shifts to keep it interesting. 14 boat showed only CHE was amongst the missing.

Tom set course D, up and back twice with a downwind finish for the first and a simple up and back for the second. The line was long by typical Tom standards but just fine as far as I was concerned, maybe fiberglass repair at Great Bay is busy. A few boats were early in the first race, Epic Flight and a few others, I didn't manage to hear their names. Peter Follansbee put in a guest helmsman appearance on Hurricane. Which way to go? The left side worked the best but if you played the shifts in the middle you could do ok. Boats choosing right didn't fair well.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 1 1.0
  2 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 2 2.0
  3 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 3 3.0
  4 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 4 4.0
  5 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 5 5.0
  6 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 6 6.0
  7 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 7 7.0
  8 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 8 8.5
  8 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 8 8.5
  10 PBR 3703 John Glessner 10 10.0
  11 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 11 11.0
  12 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 12 12.0
  13 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 13 13.0
  14 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek DNF 14.0

R19 - 8/14

W 7-10 Knots

Halyards didn't want to stay put tonight, Vox lost their jib halyard up the mast in the first having to withdraw and the spinnaker bail climbing on Big Ben after the first rounding was impressive. Powderwhore continued their win streak capturing the bullet in the first, Rear Admiral held off a tightly packed fleet in the second getting the win.

Doug Joyce and the crew of Fruicakes put on an impressive feed, steak, rum and rum cake. Great job and thank you.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 1 1.0
  2 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 2 2.0
  3 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 3 3.0
  4 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 4 4.0
  5 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 5 5.0
  6 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 6 6.0
  7 Epic Flight 1956 Emmett Todd 7 7.0
  8 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 8 8.0
  9 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 9 9.0
  10 PBR 3703 John Glessner 10 10.0
  11 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 11 11.0
  12 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 12 12.0
  13 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 13 13.0
  14 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek DNS 14.0

R20 - 8/28

W - NW 15-20

What a nice breeze, westerly around 15+ knots, flat seas and a few puffs. 10 boats came out to play tonight, a few short handed. The conditions split the sail selection with the light crews going with jibs.

Tom set up course D, windward leeward with gates twice around with a downwind finish for both races, 0.65 mile legs. There was enough shrimping and spinnaker wraps that I was surprised by the meatball sub meal post race. Hurricane had wrapped theirs so tight they were 1/2 way to the shoals before sorting it out. Doug Pinciaro, must be trying to get rid of his crew since the entire lot almost made it into the water on a pretty spectacular wipe out during the first downwind leg of the first race. Caleb found the groove, piloting Sugaree to bullets in both races.

Thanks to Viki and the crew of Vox for great meal, hot meatball subs really hit the spot.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 PBR 3703 John Glessner 2 2.0
  3 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 3 3.0
  4 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 4 4.0
  5 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 5 5.0
  6 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 6 6.0
  7 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 7 7.0
  8 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 8 8.0
  9 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 9 9.0
  10 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart DNF 10.0

R21 - 8/28

W - NW 15-20

What a nice breeze, westerly around 15+ knots, flat seas and a few puffs. 10 boats came out to play tonight, a few short handed. The conditions split the sail selection with the light crews going with jibs.

Tom set up course D, windward leeward with gates twice around with a downwind finish for both races, 0.65 mile legs. There was enough shrimping and spinnaker wraps that I was surprised by the meatball sub meal post race. Hurricane had wrapped theirs so tight they were 1/2 way to the shoals before sorting it out. Doug Pinciaro, must be trying to get rid of his crew since the entire lot almost made it into the water on a pretty spectacular wipe out during the first downwind leg of the first race. Caleb found the groove, piloting Sugaree to bullets in both races.

Thanks to Viki and the crew of Vox for great meal, hot meatball subs really hit the spot.

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 2 2.0
  3 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 3 3.0
  4 Stay Calm 3925 Doug Pinciaro 4 4.0
  5 PBR 3703 John Glessner 5 5.0
  6 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 6 6.0
  7 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 7 7.0
  8 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 8 8.0
  9 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 9 9.0
  10 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek DNS 10.0

R22 - 9/4

SW 8-10 knots

Well, boys and girls thats a great way to end the season, nice fading south westerly around 8-10 knots, gentle seas and clear skies and warm enough for shorts, it sure beats some miserable easterly with big lumps and fog. 13 boats answered the gun, Emmet couldn't get crew for Epic Flight and ended up on Rear Admiral and Stay Calm hauled this morning for the Downeast.

Tom set up course D with gates, twice around with a down wind finish. The line was fairly long and pretty square. Sugaree picked the boat end our read was the pin. In any event the it was a clean start with no boats early. The tide was coming hard during race time especially on the first leg. Fruit Cakes lost their spin halyard up the mast and put on a single halyard clinic. Sugaree grabbed the bullet choosing the starboard gate on both legs. The wind shifted to the right substantially by the time the first race was finished, not enough daylight to fix the course and have a

Start: Start 1, Finishes: Place
  Rank Boat SailNo HelmName Place Points
  1 Sugaree 3126 Caleb Sloan 1 1.0
  2 Big Ben 108 Rob Pruyn 2 2.0
  3 Phat Tail 2408 Jim McCarthy 3 3.0
  4 Bad Dog 3259 Andy Keturakis 4 4.0
  5 Rear Admiral 4328 Lenny Cushing 5 5.0
  6 PBR 3703 John Glessner 6 6.0
  7 Fruitcakes 5255 Doug Joyce 7 7.0
  8 Crazy Horse 2424 David Severence 8 8.0
  9 Powderwhore 4111 Keith Bridge 9 9.0
  10 Hurricane 2814 Bill Stewart 10 10.0
  11 Vox 3247 Vicki Janousek 11 11.0
  12 CHE 639 KPYC 12 12.0
  13 Corona 1475 Leonard Seagren 13 13.0


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