A great day today as conditions were pristine for sailing. Three races today in 12-20kts as boats took to the current driven waters. Sailors found it difficult to navigate the westerly breeze and current but all made the laps around the course. Results are below.
Quatro getting finishing touches while Relentless hangs for more polishing!
Pres. Oakley Jones wants to remind everybody that due to the Falmouth Road race the town of Falmouth is impossible to travel in the weekend before the nationals. Please do not bring you both to the club until Monday at noon. We look forward to seeing everybody there and having a great nationals. Thank you
Join the Cohasset fleet this weekend, June 15 & 16 in competing for the Richard A. Sullivan Trophy. Conditions are forecast to be excellent and the usual cookout after racing on Saturday will be enjoyable as always. High tide Friday June 14th is 4:13 PM and at 5:45 PM on Sunday June 16th. Sullivan Notice […]
2012 C. Raymond Hunt International 210 Champions, Tick Ticknor, Tom VanderMolen and Steve Ticknor from Gull Lake Yacht Club.
The winds were 2-6 kts in the first race last weekend in Hull with the left paying big for Windy.com and Mania. Quatro won the start but went right with Renlentless and soon found that the both of them overstood the short windward leg. Windy.com, Mania and Charrette rounded 1-2-3 with Quatro and Relentless in […]
After a great day of breezy conditions at Gull Lake Yacht Club, the Graves Plaque was decided. The site of the 2012 National Championship provided strong conditions for the fleet of 10 local boats sailing in familiar waters for part one of the combined 3 part Midwest Championship. Two regattas of three races each, the […]
For what Saturday brought, Sunday could not provide as sailors took to the water for day 2 of the Richard A. Sullivan Regatta. After the local Cohasset triathlon was completed, the Sunday sailing event out of Cohasset Yacht Club got underway with a very hopeful RC departing the dock at the adjusted 1130 harbour start. […]
Racing got underway in the South Shore waters just off Cohasset yesterday with 14 boats competing for the perpetual Richard A. Sullivan Trophy. Participants took to the water for a 2 hour waiting game as they waited for the breeze to fill. With a fresh SE breeze settling in the RC completed 3 great races […]
The First First chance was a success and a blast. Our class president Oakley Jones in Pigpen was the overall winner… Showing that even after celebrating his birthday yesterday he can still drive a boat! The lobster dinner was great and there was plenty to go around (Sully… Next year only 4 lobsters!) thanks for […]