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Added by Kirk Twardowski on April 17, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
It's been about 12 years since I raced on an I14 "for real". Last year taking out the kid on a light wind day doesn't count and neither does 2 or 3 years ago for 1 race in Huntington on Kirk's old boat (I was sick). Kirk couldn't find crew for the race and I said I'd go, since I'm sure I could find someone for the kid to hang out with.
NOAA really needs to adjust their wind prediction. Saturday it was lighter than predicted. I was going to race my Byte with Jarek, but decided…Continue
Added by Lisa Twardowski on April 17, 2012 at 3:40pm — No Comments
Clear and sunny skies greeted the five 1-14s attending the Big Dingy Regatta at Richmond Yacht Club this past weekend (April 14-15). The weather forecast, following the exciting storm cell of 2 days past, was rather mixed, some had it at 10 to 20 while others were looking for 8 to 12. Given the wind was from the right direction very early and was a bit more than normal, the fleet was gearing up for 10 to 20 in an ebb tide. In reality it turn out to be more on the lines of 6 to 12 (maybe…Continue
As has been the custom for the last several years, the West Coast Championship was sailed as part of the San Diego NOOD regatta. Tireless So Cal I-14 fleet promoter Brad Reutenik has been coordinating the regatta with the NOOD folks, and his efforts make this regatta a favorite of the west coast fleet. He even went so far as to attend the off-site skippers meeting and bring the information back for an on-the-beach meeting for the fleet.
A total of 10 boats registered for the…Continue