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2015 SoCal Season Title... coming down to Turkey Day

The 2015 SoCal Season Championship is coming down to the Turkey Day Regatta at ABYC.

The W.D. Schock International 14 Southern California Season High Point Championship Trophy.

This trophy was resurrected and awarded from 2011-2014 and it was close throughout those years:

2011…

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Added by Terry Gleeson on November 4, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Fall Dinghy report... San Francisco!

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Added by Terry Gleeson on October 29, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments

2016 Pacific Rim Championships - NOR

Pac Rims in the beautiful Kaneohe Bay is scheduled for the Spring...   Here is the NOR that went out earlier. 

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Added by Terry Gleeson on October 2, 2015 at 8:42am — No Comments

2015 Totally Dinghy Regatta

Six 14's were treated to excellent fall conditions this past weekend at the Totally Dinghy regatta run by RYC.  Although there was no breeze at the city front (sad day for the big boats over there), we had enough breeze on Saturday to twin wire all day long, upwind and downwind, say 8 or a little more knots of breeze? The breeze was very steady and the water was flat, perfect racing conditions and allowing everyone to finish all races.  Well, except for the first race on Saturday, in which…

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Added by Kirk Twardowski on September 22, 2015 at 6:17pm — 1 Comment

Vintage I 14

 Hello/Gooday,

 Before joining this group/class, I did some research.

 I found that there was some interest in older vintage I-14's.

 Let me first say that I have been sailing most of my life.Starting in Sabots at Mission Bay Aquatic Club and now cruising a Catalina 30. In between There has been many races , mostly NACRA 5.2 Cats and keel boat Capri/Catalina 22's, 27's and 30's.

 Back to the vintage stuff.

 A while back I acquired an older 1-14 with great…

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Added by John F. Carter on August 4, 2015 at 9:24am — 1 Comment

2015 International 14 North American Championships – Columbia River Gorge

Twenty I-14s came into Cascade Locks, the heart of the Columbia River Gorge for the 2015 North American Championships, held July 24-26, including 9 boats from Canada, with most of those making the long trek from Toronto. Dave Alexander and Dan Wilsdon made the long flight up from Australia making good use of an idle…

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Added by Terry Gleeson on July 29, 2015 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Gorge Speed Challenge - by Henderson Boat Company

Just in time for North Americans we have the a 'new' Perpetual Trophy being put forward by Hendo and the Seattle Fleet: 
The Henderson Boat Company "Gorge Speed Challenge"
 
A perpetual trophy awarded to the Fastest Fourteen at the Gorge.…
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Added by Terry Gleeson on July 13, 2015 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Nationals Report by Brad Ruetenik

2015 U.S. National Champions Terry Gleason and Evan Sjostedt

2015 International 14 U.S. National Championships

Santa Barbara, CA May 15-17, 2015

The 2015 I-14 US Nationals was held…

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Added by Stephen Shumaker on May 27, 2015 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

2015 US Nationals

2015 International 14 U.S, National Championships

Santa Barbara, CA 

May 15-17, 2015

The 2015 I-14 US Nationals was held out of Santa Barbara Yacht Club on May 15-17.  This event was held in conjunction with the Santa Barbara Skiff Fest which this year included a fleet of 29ers, as well as the 505 class' Pacific Coast Championships.  Ten I-14s made the journey to SB, of these there were three Henderson built Bieker 6's, two Bieker 5's, a…

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Added by Brad Ruetenik on May 22, 2015 at 6:31pm — No Comments

SoCal Hi Point Championship Trophy - Unearthed!!

We have located and resurrected the Southern California High Point Trophy from our friends at ABYC with a lot of help from Brad Reutenik.   This is a trophy with a lot of history that was originally granted from Schock Boats.   As you all know, the I14 Fleet has a rich and deep history and our trophies and awards are a big part of that.  …

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Added by Terry Gleeson on May 14, 2015 at 4:20pm — No Comments

San Diego Super Cup

Seven I-14s came to SDYC on Apr 11-12 to participate in the San Diego Super Cup.   49ers, 49erFX and 29ers were invited as well, however there was no participation from those fleets this year.  Super Cup racing is short course windward / leeward racing with a mid leg gate which must be honored both upwind and downwind.  This puts a premium on boat handing and starting, and decreases a pure boat speed advantage.  The course is set close to land to allow for better spectator viewing.  With a…
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Added by Kirk Twardowski on April 19, 2015 at 10:32am — No Comments

US Nationals - Santa Barbara Yacht Club - May 15-17

Hey all...   As you know next up is our 2015 US National Championship is being held by Santa Barbara Yacht Club - May 15-17.

Details and NOR can be found here:  …

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Added by Terry Gleeson on April 14, 2015 at 7:32pm — No Comments

Can we get any info  about our US Nationals from anyone? maybe posted on Events, with NOR info?

Can we get any info  about our US Nationals from anyone?

maybe posted on Events, with NOR info?

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Added by Kris Henderson on April 3, 2015 at 11:02pm — 1 Comment

Lost Contact

To Steve Schumaker - right here in Bonsall, CA! Got a new iPhone 6 Plus and lost all my telephone contacts! Steve! Hope your sailing is going well! My tele# is 303.887.2780. Pierre A La Morell. 31907 Jimdora Way, Bonsall CA 92003. I have a lot to do on my boat. But a lot of will!

Added by Pierre on March 25, 2015 at 3:08pm — No Comments

SAN DIEGO NOOD 2015

SAN DIEGO NOOD 2015
Five boats made it to the SD NOOD, unfortunately several boats that had planned to sail were stuck in Container Jail.  The boats returning from Geelong Worlds were held hostage by the West Coast shipping/dockworkers strikes.  The five boats that did make it to SD enjoyed Santa Ana breezes and hot temps.  The Santa Ana are famous in SoCal for strong offshore breezes and hot dry atmosphere.  These winds make for puffy, unstable conditions which are much…
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Added by Kirk Twardowski on March 19, 2015 at 9:21pm — 1 Comment

2015 Schedule - International 14

Hey all, 

Apologies for the delay in getting this schedule out but here it is.   I'm still working with the Seattle, Midwest, & Hawaii fleets to incorporate their events, but here is the core schedule for the California fleets and it shows all our major regattas.  Big stuff on the calendar for this year.  Of note:  West Coast Champs in San Diego as usual, Nationals in beautiful Santa Barbara in May, North Americans in beautiful and breezy Gorge in July.   Not to be out…

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Added by Terry Gleeson on January 25, 2015 at 3:43pm — No Comments

Terry That is the greatest photo ever! anyone that wants to get into the class, send them this pic' and remind them that your still attached  to the boat!

Terry That is the greatest photo ever! anyone that wants to get into the class,

send them this pic' and remind them that your still attached  to the boat!

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Added by Kris Henderson on December 5, 2014 at 1:17am — 1 Comment

i14 Dreaming in Maui!!!!

Rain rain rain departing SFO last evening! Then, rain rain rain landing last night in Maui! Turbulence for a third of the crossing. Landed and taxied to the gate with windscreen wippers running! This morning - Maui - Blowing STINK! Roiled up sea state! Dreaming of sailing! Would be a simple matter of SURVIVAL in the i14!!! I might imagine that in high winds - similarly to the FD class, it must be a matter of making it round the course without BREAKDOWN, or Capsize. At 6'3" and 230lbs, believe… Continue

Added by Pierre on December 1, 2014 at 3:30pm — 4 Comments

Hello All!  I am an "OLD CODGER" who has been sailing since age 7.  I have owned and raced many fun and exciting dinghy classes.  420, Laser, Flying Dutchman, International Tornado Cat, to name a few…

Hello All!  I am an "OLD CODGER" who has been sailing since age 7.  I have owned and raced many fun and exciting dinghy classes.  420, Laser, Flying Dutchman, International Tornado Cat, to name a few.  However, it is at this late juncture in my life that i happened upon the International 14!  I feel like a kid!!!  I was fortunate enough to buy an older, 1995, boat.   K-1210.  Its definitely a pre-1996 rule change boat.  It seems to be strong though.  The mast is the shorter (25' heel to tip)…

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Added by Pierre on November 25, 2014 at 4:08pm — 1 Comment

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