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where the light displacement boats lost considerable boat speed as they slogged into the oncoming chop. After rounding the mark, boats


Carl Buchan's Custom 40, “Madrona” takes first in Division B. Photo by Jan Anderson.


The winds held steady as the boats


tacked back and forth up to the north end of Vashon Island. The waves and chop increased as the boats approached the end of the island. It was quite choppy


Pl Boat Type


Division B 1 Madrona 2 Dark Star 3 JAM 4 Flash


5 Artemis


6 Neptune's Car 7 Strider


Farrier 31 Custom 40


Beiker 44 J160 OD48


Andrews 53 Nelm 55


8 Tachyon Farr 39 ML/RC Skipper


Division A 1 Danger Zone Corsair F-27 Jim Thompson 2 PAX...Space Spider F-32 dns Ruf Duck


Rod Tharp


M&L Adams Carl Buchan John McPhail Lou Bianco


J&L McKee Steve Travis


SC 70 Paul LaMarche David Pickett Shaun Breese


Division C 1 String Theory Olson 40 Robert T. King 2 Snake Eyes Beneteau 40.7 3 Bravo Zulu 4 Nefarious 5 Eye Candy 6 Kahuna


Mumm 30 Dan Randolph Farr 395


7 Terremoto


Division D 1 Tantivy


Riptide 35


9 Charlies Mike Flying Tiger 10m Charles Rice 10 Korina-Korina


8 Gardyloo Henderson 30 J/N 42 J-109


2 Absolutely


3 Something Special J-35 4 Liberte' 5 Mowica 6 Melange


7 Great White 8 Jeopardy


J-35 1 J-109


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Jon Knudson S. Burnell


Kiwi Boats Charlie Macaulay G&JCowling


C&C 115, 38 Kenneth Waters Jeanneau 45 John Murkowski J-35


J&C McKay Dan Wierman Ed Pinkham


ID35 John Leitzinger S&S Burbank Eric Nelson


B-40 Vaughan/ Skippering Jim Marta


John Hoag


at the north end of Vashon, as boats made their final approach to the turning mark. This chop favored the heavier displacement boats that could punch through the chop with little slow down,


9 Tantalus


dnf Tantrum II dns Grace E


Division E 1 DOS


2 Dragonfly 3 Brio


4 Gladiator Express 37


Sierra 26 Rondar 21 Melges 24


J-35 2


Schock 35 Robert Hennessy J-35 1


Ole Hovland Brian White Brad Butler


Rafe Beswick M Schmiedl


Cheetah 30 Gladiator Racing


5 What...me worry? Viper 640 Kristian Overby Division F 1 Wildflower 2 Sidewinder 3 Kotuku 4 Dulcinea


Olson 30


5 Wild Turkey 6 Lunch Box 7 He Lives


8 Charlemagne 9 Flim Flam 10 Blue Moon


Olson 30 Olson 30


Tom Mitchell M&B Jones


Farr 1220 Graeme Esarey J-105 M Bardner-Brown Gerry Gilbert J&G Larsen


J-92 Steve Kirkpatrick J-36


Soveral 33 11 Special Purpose Olson 30


Gary Pedigo Fred Cveite


C&C 40 II Forrest German Stee Wagner


Division G 1 Madame Pele Davidson 2a Ian Andrewes 2 Kiwi Express Farr 1020 3 Bodacious Beneteau 35.5 4 French Kiss Beneteau 345 5 Madrugador


XCal 40


R Freywald J Rosenbach P&C Nelson


6 Les Chevaux Blancs Bene G Kells-Murphy 7 White Squall


Cal 40 Irish & Stewart Roger Deitz


8 After Midnight Jeanneau 37 Kirk Peterson Division H 1 Teaser II 2 Cherokee 3 Duke


Cal 33 B Jon Thompson Cal 33


Pat Stewart Catalina 36 Dan/Tim Baker


were on a very tight port reach, with winds hitting the boats forward of the beam, this kept boats from raising their spinnakers until after they were well down the course, south of the end of Vashon Island. A number of boats had a rock-n-roll ride as they got their kites under control. One boat, Sidewinder, told me they were knocked down as they put the chute up and wrapped it over the top of the mast taking off the wind indicator. Rumor has it the tip of the mast went underwater when they broached. This caused a hole to be punched in the top of their spinnaker, where it finally blew up further down the course just beyond Point Robinson. As boats approached Point


Robinson, the winds lighted up some. Those boats that stayed closer to Maury Island got more wind and tide and improved on their fleet position than the boats that stayed out in the middle as they approached Point Robinson. Upon turning the corner at Point


5 Blown Away II Bene 37.5 Dave Stromquist dnf Perfect Ten


Division I 1 Swan


4 Carpe Diem Carter 32' 7" Tartan 33 Thun 26


2 Sugar Magnolia S2 25' 3 Showtime


6 Jane's Addiction dnf Back Beat


Division Cruising FS 1 Rival


2 Integrity 3 Ichiban 4 Pyxis 5 Darby


6 Shockwave J-24 Capri 25 dnf Wiki Wiki San Juan 24


Rob Zaragoza Alex Wigley Gary Davis


Awalt/Gilman


4 Skookum Too Martin 241 George Brown 5 Falcon


Olson 25 K Reese-Cassal Cal 9.2


Bryan Massey David Ereth Kevin Jones Steve Felton


C&C 40 Kellis Jangard Dufour 44 Skip Broadhead Yamaha 33 John Tebbetts Tartan 3700 C&C 121 40'


Steve Kay Steven Tuck


7 Southern Belle Beneteau 40 Larry Gezelius 8 Irish Rose Bob Perry 42


Schock 35 Turco /Bethany/Cleary Dave Perdew


9 Steamy Windows Jean 43 Gerald Valeske 10 D Lavicea


Division Cruising NFS 1 Koosah


2 6th Element 3 Discovery 4 Releaf 5 Rover


6 Windsong


dns Silent But Deadly Col Sab 32.5 R Croston dns Happy Ours Tartan 3400


Pearson 30 Hunter 42


dnf Wild Goose Ranger 23


Lamanten Billy Carter Kelly Coon


Hunter 40 Terry Anderson S&D Keller


Pearson 36-1 Dave Knowlton Tartan 43 C&C 39


John Dorsey


Mirage 30 Anjula Littleton Joan Marie


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