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2018 US International 14 Schedule

Happy New Year everyone!

Big year ahead of us with Worlds in SF and another trip to Andy's Paradise in Hawaii.   Looking forward to it all - the schedule is attached below in .xls and .pdf formats and below are some of the highlights.   A lot of regattas and events lined up for this year.

Schedule Big Events (see attached for full details)

     West Coast Champs - San Diego in March

     Pac Rims - Kaneohe in…

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Added by Terry Gleeson on January 6, 2018 at 9:10am — No Comments

2017 US Nationals @ the Gorge

by Dalton Bergan

11 I-14s braved the world-renowned Gorge conditions for their US Nationals.  Absolutely beautiful breeze-on conditions throughout the event and the week leading up for all of those who put their time in during the…

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Added by I14 USA Class on July 20, 2017 at 5:00pm — No Comments

2017 Skiff Fest – Santa Barbara Delivers the Goods!



Six California based 14’s headed to Santa Barbara last weekend for what has proven over the last few years to be a very light air (and sometimes no air) race course.    Santa Barbara is always beautiful and the hospitality of Santa Barbara Yacht Club is always strong and keeps getting better.  

 

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Added by Terry Gleeson on May 27, 2017 at 1:00pm — No Comments

2016 Nationals Report

Write up by Joe Bersch

Nineteen International 14’s showed up to the 2016 I-14 U.S. National Championships at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club on June 10-12 in Long Beach, CA.  ABYC has been a long-time and loyal supporter of the I-14 Fleet running one of the Fleet’s best World Championships ever in 2006 and annually running the Class’s Midwinter Championships amongst other regattas.  The 2016 I-14 Nationals follows the recent Pacific Rim Championships at Kaneohe Bay in April, 2016 (21 boats…

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Added by Terry Gleeson on July 4, 2016 at 7:05am — 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

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

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

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

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