The 2018 210 Class championship team was skippered by Stan Kostka. More details to come soon.
The 2016 210 Nationals was an action packed event in Newport Rhode Island held on August 3 through 7. The team of helmsman Stanley Kostka and crew Butch Milan and Bill Donald took home the C. Raymond Hunt Trophy with a dominating performance. After 8 races the winning team had compiled a consistently stellar performance […]
The 2015 National Championship for the International 210 Class got underway on Wednesday, August 19 with a few practice races. By Wednesday evening, a total of eleven boats from Cohasset, Hingham, South Boston, Falmouth, and Newport were ready to compete for the C Raymond Hunt Trophy. Among the competitors was the 2014 winner, Mark deShong from South Boston, in […]
Howdy- Finally the 210ers had some wind and got some sailing in! It was light for Friday, July 24, 2015 for the Graves Plaque and much steadier for the Jack Wallace Regatta on Sat, July 25, 2015. The 2015 Midwest Championship was the combined races, three for Graves and three for Wallace… with a throwout. […]
The 2015 Wells Bowl was sailed in Hingham, MA out of Hingham Yacht Club on July 18 & 19. Three races were sailed. M. Deshong – 3 pts. G. Sullivan – 8 R. Cate/P. Goedecke – 9 C. Emerson – 13 J. Matthews/K. Riley – 16
The results are in: 1) Tim Curran in Rum Runner (454) — with Kevin Mirise and Quentin Walsh 2) George Parks and David Lord in Toucan (367) – with Mike Dickey 3) Jeff Nothnagle in Free Spirit (437) – with Joe Kinnealey and Lydia Hatton You can find a complete list of the results on […]
The McKee Trophy was held at the South Boston Yacht club on 13-14 September, 2014. We had an eight boat fleet with some great conditions. The McKee traditionally is a three race event. Two races on Saturday and one held on Sunday. The extreme high tides of the new moon (12’ in range), made for […]
Results are here.
The 2014 Sullivan Regatta was sailed this weekend off of Cohasset Ma with the RC doing a great job in trying conditions. Saturdays races started once the SE winds came in under beautiful sunny skys. Tom Lemaire in Quatro won the day with a 3-1-1 day with Charlie Henry and Greg Sullivan in second.
The First Chance in Newport was sailed in Newport this weekend with Quatro taking the final race to edge out Pigpen and Relentless to take home overall honors and the Wells Bow.