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  • Jazz Cup !

    Who's going ?

    The Can will be in the mix , after we get the spin halyard back down the mast ,, he he

    -Paul

  • #2
    Jazz Cup or Wind Jammers....how do you decide?
    " I just found out my nest egg has salmonella"



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    • #3
      Tub o' Wipe Ass could do both, theoretically, no?

      Sail down on Friday, drop stick, trailer home, step mast and relaunch, destroy competition on Saturday.

      It could be glorious! 1 weekend, two pickle dishes!

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      • #4
        Doing both this year but on different boats. The Hand on Friday and The Spear on Saturday. Last year it was Ocelot on Friday and the Spear on Saturday.

        A couple of years back we tried doing both on Outsider, except when we went to pull the boat out on Santa Cruz the hoist wasn't high enough to clear the trailer.
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        • #5
          I’m also doing the Windjammer on the Hand but had to turn down an offer to do the Jazz Cup and instead I will spend the 3 day weekend playing with the family on Tomales Bay. Then it’s 2 days at work before 4 days of BBS……..I hope I still have a job after this!!!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by war dog View Post
            I’m also doing the Windjammer on the Hand but had to turn down an offer to do the Jazz Cup and instead I will spend the 3 day weekend playing with the family on Tomales Bay. Then it’s 2 days at work before 4 days of BBS……..I hope I still have a job after this!!!
            ....slacker....
            " I just found out my nest egg has salmonella"



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            • #7
              87 boats registered and chances for actually putting up a kite much better!

              1. ian klitza
              scyc 88 rocket 88 Multi Hull / spruit / D-cat -75
              2. Alan O'Driscoll
              HMB Boys & Girls Club USA 1 Beowulf V Multi Hull / Skip Hawley / Custom Catamaran -63
              3. GARY HELMS
              BAMA 8 RICE ROCKET Multi Hull / CORSAIR / 750 27
              4. Ken Johnson
              BAMA 77 Sunbow3 Multi Hull / Corsair / Sprint 750 36
              5. Travis Thompson
              BAMA 19 Chaos Multi Hull / Corsair / F-27 48
              6. Greg carter
              BAMA 69814 origami Multi Hull / corsair / F27 48
              7. Bill Gardner
              EYC 247 Peregrine Falcon Multi Hull / Corsair / F27 51
              8. Ross Stein
              BAMA 357 Origami Multi Hull / Corsair Marine / Corsair 24 66
              9. Peter Adams
              BAMA 314 Gaijin Multi Hull / Corsair / F 24 Mk II 69
              10. Brett Nelson
              BAMA 103 Flash Multi Hull / Corsair / 24 69
              11. Richard Allen
              BAMA 023 Nowhere Fast Multi Hull / Corsair / Corsair 24 69
              12. William Cook
              Benicia Yacht Club 27062 Wings Multi Hull / Corsair / F24 87
              13. Gary Thompson
              BAMA 28994 Wahoo! Multi Hull / Dolphin / 460 201
              14. Anthony Mazzei
              Anthony Mazzei 5237 Stella Maris Non-Spinnaker / Catalina / 30 MK II 0
              15. George Brewster
              SFYC 52715 Black Swan Non-Spinnaker / Saga / 409 78
              16. Steve Haas
              Encinal Yacht Club 642 TESA Non-Spinnaker / Catalina / C42 99
              17. Rob Theis
              South Beach Harbor 34 Aeolus Non-Spinnaker / Beneteau / Beneteau 34 147
              18. James Gotesky
              Tradewinds Sailing Club and School 38059 Toba Leah Non-Spinnaker / Ericson / 28+ 186
              19. Mark Howe
              ryc 002 War Pony PHRF / Carrol Marine / Farr 36 9
              20. Michael A. Pohl
              St Francis YC 40046 Twisted PHRF / Carroll Marine / Farr 40 12
              21. Bob Musor
              Vallarta YC US28693 Sceptre PHRF / J boats / J130 21
              22. Jim Hoey
              Richmond YC 35045 B-Line PHRF / Carroll Marine / 1D35 30
              23. bruce frolich
              richmond 87231 defiance PHRF / santa cruz yachts / SC40 48
              24. Broder Brothers
              Pacifica 7260 WET CORVETTE PHRF / Hunter / Cherubini 54-X 51
              25. John Clauser
              BYC and RYC 41001 Bodacious PHRF / / Farr 40 1T 66
              26. Frank Morrow
              US Naval Academey Sailing Squadron 50444 Hawkeye PHRF / X-Yachts / IMX 38 69
              27. Bob Harford
              Berkeley Yacht Club 18278 Stewball PHRF / Alberg / Express 72
              28. Jens Jensen
              Encinal YC 69458 Snowy Owl PHRF / Alsberg / Express 37 SD 75
              29. Richard Pipkin
              Encinal Yacht Club usa375 Racer X PHRF / J Boat / J-105 78
              30. Edward Durbin
              Richmond YC 28394 Mistral PHRF / Beneteau / Farr first 36.7 81
              31. David Britt
              RYC and VYC 40 Split Water PHRF / Beneteau / First 10R 84
              32. hank easom
              san francisco y c 8526 yucca PHRF / dittmar / 8 meter 90
              33. Paul Osborn
              South Beach YC 28735 Savoir Faire PHRF / Beneteau / First 42 90
              34. Jim Brainard
              LGYC 43533 Brainwaves PHRF / J Boats / J35C 90
              35. Pat Shue
              Benicia Yacht Club 59608 Gettin Air PHRF / Olson / 30 99
              36. Andrew Macfie
              Richmond Yacht Club 77916 Hoot PHRF / Pacific Boats / Olson 30 99
              37. Lewis Lanier
              South Beach YC 63630 Spirit of Elvis PHRF / W.D. Schock / Santana 35 114
              38. Jim Quanci
              Richmond YC 8538 Green Buffalo PHRF / Jenson Marine / Cal 40 114
              39. Aaron Jones
              GGYC 18676 Bluefin PHRF / schock / santana 35 114
              40. Jerry Nassoiy
              SSC 28779 Mon Dersir PHRF / Jeanneau / Sun Fast 35 114
              41. Andy Newell
              Berkeley YC 30980 Ahi PHRF / WD Schock / Santana 35 114
              42. Lloyd Ritchey
              BVBC 18679 BREAKOUT PHRF / Schock / Santana 35 114
              43. Dan Gaudy
              SBYC 87586 Flight Risk PHRF / Catalina / C38 117
              44. Bob Walden
              Berkeley YC 38022 Sea Star PHRF / Cal / Cal 39 117
              45. Todd Craig
              Folsom Lake Yacht Club 67967 Fugu PHRF / Wilderness Boats / Wilderness 30 120
              46. Noble Griswold
              Benicia Yacht Club 119 E Ticket PHRF / Beneteau Moorings 38 / Moorings 38 SD 120
              47. Grant Harless
              Benicia 18158 Bay Loon PHRF / Pierson / J-29 123
              48. Ronald Brown
              Sequoia YC 88 Black Sheep PHRF / Beneteau / Platu 25 123
              49. Robert Lanzafame
              Club Lanzo 26337 Ariane PHRF / Tartan Yachts / Tartan 10 126
              50. Charles Pick
              SFYC 42133 Elusive PHRF / Pacific Yatch / Olson 911 126
              51. Joan Byrne
              Encinal YC 41327 Heart Of Gold PHRF / Olson / 911S 129
              52. Gordie Nash
              RYC / CYC 3113 ARCADIA PHRF / Shock / Santana 27' Modernized 135
              53. Todd McPherson
              SBYC 52868 Todd McPherson PHRF / Beneteau / First 32s5 138
              54. Nancy DeMauro
              SBYC 2046 Cat's Meow PHRF / Catalina / 36 141
              55. John Dillow
              Benicia YC 18723 Quila PHRF / Bill Lee / Santa Cruz 27 141
              56. Dan Knox
              SBYC 420 Luna Sea PHRF / Islander / 36 144
              57. Doug Gooding
              SBYC 6776 Moondoggie PHRF / Islander / 36 144
              58. Richard Sheldon
              South Beach 1711 While I Can PHRF / Catalina / MK 2 147
              59. Laurence Baskin
              SSS 108 Sea Spirit PHRF / Catalina / 34 147
              60. David Sanner
              none 611 Queimada PHRF / Catalina / C34 147
              61. michael weaver
              Benicia Yacht Club 28815 Kelika PHRF / Hunter / 33.5 150
              62. Conrad Holbrook
              RYC 71 Topper II PHRF / Moore / Moore 24 150
              63. Brad Carlon
              RYC 117 Half Off PHRF / Moore / Moore 24 150
              64. Robert Swenson
              South Beach YC Member 559 Happy Days Again PHRF / Catalina / 34 153
              65. RDK Partners
              SBYC 28440 Doubleplay PHRF / Yankee Yachts / Yankee 30 174
              66. Dan Courter
              SBYC 4895 Ross's Dream PHRF / Catalina / 30 180
              67. Laurie Miller
              Berkeley YC 8427 Starkite PHRF / Catalina / 30 180
              68. Mike Kastrop
              SBYC 1210 Goose PHRF / Catalina / Catalina 30 180
              69. jerry martin
              benicia yacht club 1266 Alte Liebe PHRF / Albin Marin / Ballad 30 183
              70. Don Kunstler
              Tiburon Yacht club 8192 Don Wan PHRF / / Santana 28 186
              71. Richard vonEhrenkrook
              San Francisco Yacht Club 624 Can O'Whoopass PHRF / Jensen Marine / Cal 20 273
              72. Greg Dyer
              Stockton Sailing Club 125 Intruder Sport Boat / Melges / 32 24
              73. Bilafer Family
              RYC 46595 Family Hour ...TNG Sport Boat / SOCA / Henderson 30 48
              74. Fabio Maino
              SSS 15 Centomiglia Sport Boat / Flying Tiger Boats / FT10 54
              75. Daniel Alvarez
              SSS 9045 JetStream Sport Boat / / JS9000 63
              76. Zhenya Kirueshkin-Stepanoff
              SCYC/ BVBC 163 Akyla Sport Boat / Hobie / 33 72
              77. E.T. Syndicate
              Richmond YC USA 19 E.T. Sport Boat / Ultimate Sailboats / Antrim 27 75
              78. Pat Brown
              Stockton Sailing Club 208 Flashpoint Sport Boat / Melges / Melges 24 84
              79. grant hayes
              Encinal YC 87112 Vitesse Too Sport Boat / Hobie / 33 90
              80. David Ballintine
              sss 77981 espresso Sport Boat / hobie / 33 90
              81. Ben Landon
              Richmond Yacht Club T650 Flight Risk Sport Boat / Thompson / T650 102
              82. Daniel Thielman
              CYC 114 Kuai Sport Boat / Melges / 20 111
              83. Peter Cook
              SSS 28469 For Pete's Sake Sport Boat / Ultimate Yachts / Ultimate 24 111
              84. Chris Kim
              RYC 28978 Vuja De Sport Boat / Ultimate / 24 111
              85. Elliott James
              SFYC 134 134 Sport Boat / Melges / 20 111
              86. Donald Carroll
              SSS 28031 Take Five Sport Boat / Alsberg / Express 27 129
              87. Sergey Lubarsky
              SSS 113 Libra Sport Boat / / Express 27 129

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              • #8
                I guess the decision is now made. But it looks like we are going to get skunked for the Jazz Cup as well. Current sailflow showing <10knts all day, F#&%
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                • #9
                  Ouch!!

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                  • #10
                    NOAA is predicting a bit more - SW 10-15 through San Pablo Bay. Let's face it - we're whiney spoiled brats around here (breeze-wise).

                    Oh for you (and your garage) WD, it will be a drifter. You'd hate it - really.

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                    • #11
                      AND ,,,, we were still on the water at 2 am ! ,,

                      The Jazz cup was fun , one of the highlights was the fuel tanker at the Cheveron long dock swinging into a spot through 60 boats and nailing the landing between two other ships ! Love those tugboat operators ! ignoring the multi hulls and the sportboats , looks like we were third out of 90 boats in the Spin divisions ... 18 th place overall , 1st place in our division ,, AH BUT THE PAIN of slogging home at 2am .... Uggh still tired

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                      • #12


                        Daniel Alvarez swears this is fast...who's to argue as The DeathSpear wins it's 15 boat divison and and was 4th boat to finish
                        over all! Its the Pressure Drop Sticker, I tells ya!



                        Escorted by 3 USCG vessels and a tug, the American Tern must been transporting something important upstream...maybe pink slips
                        for our congress?



                        Pretty much says it all, sunshine, warming breezes, a down hill trip...Steven Carroll's Tule Fog soaks it all in!



                        Good ole fashioned tight running!



                        Not even sure they was racing, but Wet Corvette came by late as the breezes and were trucking!

                        More to follow! A link to a mini gallery of selects Clicky!
                        " I just found out my nest egg has salmonella"



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                        • #13
                          I'm gonna need one of those sticker's !

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                          • #14
                            Faster than having to do a bare headed spinnaker change further down the track (or at least that is what my crew convinced me off). Might be time for a second spin halyard. Though most boats would be broaching at this angle, the spear digs in and keeps on trucking.
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                            • #15
                              Word! We were on a tight reach in north san pablo bay, when we noticed that outsider and the melges 32 were healing over hard in front of us. So we went for a short jib reach and we switched to our reacher. By the time all was in place the wind was getting lighter already and clocked so we end up running at subplane speeds... many of the boats that we passed earlier on caught up with us, and we had to go back to the runner again once we got to the carquinez bridge. Lesson learned: reaching with the runner is ok, running with the reacher is slow....

                              Anyway here is the video. Sorry, no broaches during this race :-), just a dicey drop at the last leeward mark:

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