Labor Day Series
Saturday, August 27, 2016
August 22, 2016
August 20, 2016
August 17, 2016
August 15, 2016
August 13, 2016
August 10, 2016
August 8, 2016
August 7, 2016
August 6, 2016
August 1, 2016
July 25, 2016
July 23, 2016
Congrats to Gambler on achieving snake eyes for the day even when called over early in the first race of the day.
Safety Inspection yielded only 6 boats complying with Sailing Instruction 12.3
12.3 Boats must have a means of retrieval for a person overboard.
Please make certain that your boat is compliant before Monday's racing and certainly before being loaned to visitng sailors next week. This is a sailing instruction and has nothing to do with the by-laws of the IOD fleet. Tom Brown has plenty in stock. If you think some rope with soft loops makes you compliant, please think again. The Fleet is serious about making the game safer and equipment which facilitates quick retrieval of persons overboard is a rule not an option this year.
Special thanks to Ann and Ned Johnston on Shearwater today as well as Andrew Barrett and Rick Wheeler on mark boat.
July 18, 2016
Fog and dreariness on the Great Harbor of Mt Desert chased the 13 boats of IOD Class competitors into the brighter skies and very local seabreeze of Somes Sound. Remarkably tight racing with multiple overlaps at every turn and finish.
Auriga won the day with guest skipper Parker Brown aboard. But the daily honors truly belong to John Sullivan and the Pippa crew for hosting the post race soiree at the Fleet House with frozen daiquirees and fabulous hor's douvres.
The flag ship of the Northeast Harbor Fleet, Rebecca, took honors as they worked their way through the Fleet on a 2.5 mile beat out of the Sound. Firefly crossed them closely but then they slammed from leeward to beat the red IOD to the finish line.
Results are provisional as a hearing will be held to fairly award redress to the Commodore whose rig was clipped in a too close duck on the first beat of the second race. Thanks to Ken Brookes, Rick Wheeler, and Tucker Charles for a great job on RC today.
July 16, 2016
July 11, 2016
July 9, 2016
July 3, 2016
September 6, 2015
A morning calm gave way to twinkling at the mouth of the Western Way and then a west breeze filling from the Manset shore. The Rc set up to race to D from an angle originating from Rice Point. Lot of breeze shearing occurred as the seabreeze was trying to break in but the thermal was holding strong on the right side. Caribou was working the shifts along with Satin Doll and Mischief trading crosses. On the run back to Sutton, the poles went forward as the seabreeze took over.
The course was shifted to pass the gate and head out to L at Seawall Point, back to NEH entrance buoy and a beat to the finish off Rice Point. Caribou prevailed and had a nice shake down for taking on the world's best in a couple of weeks in Nantucket.
Wells and Mary Bacon sailing MaryJane were locked in a tight battle with Jim Fernald on SeaBee. They really showed great teamwork with exceptional spinnaker sets and douses around the race track. With their victory they hauled in the talented youth on Surprise led by Connor Ratcliff to win the tie breaker and the series for the Luders Class.
A fun reception after sailing was held at the Fleet House with almost all contestants of both classes in attendance. Helen Bissell and 'Chief Gunner' Will Henry were on Race Committee for the day keeping the ole man in check.
September 5, 2015
Twelve IODs and six Luders 16s jumped into the fun today in a race to the picnic in Somes Harbor. Before starting the sprint into the Sound sailors had to make a decision on which way to navigate around Greeening Island to get to Mark T from Mark S. Most of the Luders sailors went west and most of the IOD sailors went east. It was tough fighting through the lee of the island for those who went west but once they made it through the zone of death, they had a much shorter distance to go to T.
Interestingly, everyone sailed back through the zone on their way up the Sound and those who went closest to the island actually made it through easier than those who stayed away from the trees. There were plenty of bizarro conditions on the way up to Somes Harbor. Gambler took the cannon for the IODs and Surprise killed it in the Luders fleet. Many families joined in the fun for pickahniking and fish tales.
Race two was a drifter until getting past Acadia Mountain.any positions changed and the boats which stayed east to get in breeze with the exception of Caribou, made out well. Acontia snuck in really tight to Acadia and was able to pop back out into the breeze and leave the others behind. A beat followed up into Norwood Cove with a spinnaker reach finish back to Gilpatrick Cove. Caribou ground up Firefly and held off the hard charging Acontia to take the IOD race. Wellie Bacon showed the Luders fleet his stern.
One more race tomorrow morning at 10am with awards immediately following for both fleets at The Fleet House.
August 29, 2015
The August Series concluded with some great sailing on a 6-10 knot southerly breeze in the Hahbah. Starting from the Sutton Island side of the harbor, boats hit the line simultaneously for a long beat to L off Seawall Point. The tide was ebbing very hard with a moon tide making water extra high and extra low today. Most boats broke towards Cranberry for the first shift to the left off the starting line. Acontia dipped sterns to go right towards Manset. Half way up the beat, Acontia checked back in and looked very good but continued left while Caribou and Gambler crossed over to the right side. The yellow and black boats started to break away from the pack even as the breeze pressure faded near the top.
On the run most boats opted to cross the current and reach over towards the Cranberry Island side for some current relief. Once there, the breeze freshened and Caribou bore off to go straight for the leeward gates down near NE Harbor. Gambler held high towards Sutton Island's Rice Point and closed the gap entirely even crossing ahead of the starboard tack Caribou approaching the gates. Both boats split the gate with Gambler heading to Manset and Caribou working the Sutton side. On their first cross Gambler had the edge and put the tight cover on thereafter. Dark Star was close along with Live Yankee but neither could get close enough to engage the leaders.
Gambler took the bullet ahead of Caribou to secure their victory in the August Series. Annual Meeting and awards for the summer season followed at the Fleet House afterwards.
Looking forward, the Fleet hosts the final pursuit race today for the Far Out Challenge. The race starts from mark Q and finishes at S after leaving the Cranberries and Baker to port. IODs start at 1315 without spinnaker and 1318 with the chute. Pack a lunch and join the fun with big boats hunting you down while IODs hunt down the Luders Class. Next Saturday and Sunday will be the annual Labor Day Series with the infamous picnic in Somes Harbor. Tell all your friends with motorboats to join us. Early race start at 10am.
August 24, 2015
Our wait paid off with two and a half laps in the Sound with a double gate special. Thanks to Tucker and Helen with perfectly square gates the fleet got through with some very interesting tactical decisions at each rounding.
We all know the black boat likes to race between the mountains but they are really not sharing their victory glasses with the the rest of the fleet at all. Congrats to Firefly and Aurora getting to the podium. Puff takes mid-fleet honors for the day.
Pics and fish stories to follow soon.
August 22, 2015
A light northerly blew the fog out this morning but didn't bring much pressure. Starting from the north side of Greening on a flooding tide, the fleet had a nice 3 plus mile beat to Somes Harbor followed by a run back to Norumbega.
Puff and Firefly had a jump through the narrows at the mouth with Caribou, J'Ellie Bean, Mischief, Gambler, and Top Cat all jousting for a gain on every shift. Finally at the to,p the breeze collapsed on the left and the boats right of center made a big gain. A few even overstood the mark. Although the run was only about a mile, many holes and bizarre shifts occurred with huge swings in positions.
Puff held off the hard charging Gambler and Mischief fought back Top Cat for third and fourth. Too little pressure to be fair combined with an amazing party scheduled at the Asticou let the RC abandon a second race today.
Scores attached with two races tossed. Three more races are scheduled in the August Series.
-Fran and Sue on Shearwater with Helen and Katherine on mark boat...
August 18, 2015
The 90th Davenport Hayward Cup
The light fickle breezes were anything but consistent on the Great Harbor. Huge holes were abundant and perseverance paid off for Syd Roberts Rockefeller and Don Graves on Satin Doll. The two Bullseyes were passed after just one leg by the Luders. Sea Wolf sporting a genoa with Matthew Baird, Christopher Scott, and Gordon Beck grabbed the lead at the end of the first lap of the traditional course. As Phi, Triad, and Seabiscuit found holes, Sea Wolf sprinted forward in fresh breeze.
Caribou led the charge for the IODs and consumed the Luders before the final turn at Cranberry. And then the breeze collapsed. The pile up allowed all boats astern to catch up. Satin Doll was more than a full leg of the course behind when the wind evaporated. Woodie and Phi went east to go the long route around Sutton Island to the finish at the entrance to Northeast Harbor.
Satin Doll kept coming. Dark Star and Caribou could taste victory but just couldn’t get there. Sea Wolf reached up to meet the faint southerly.
Only one boat won. Satin Doll was victorious and most of the other boats finished overlapped. A delightful tea was spread out at the Fleet House as all toasted the new champions of the second oldest sailing trophy in continuous competition in the US.
1. Satin Doll Syd Roberts Rockefeller
2. Dark Star Mo Zukermann and Tim Hechsher
3. Gambler The Henry Family
4. Caribou David Rockefeller
5. Dram Chris Booher
6. Piper The Dunbar Family
7. Sea Wolf Matthew Baird
8. Acontia The Madara Family
9. Phi Missy MacNeish
10. Palladin Tom Rolfes
11. Triad Alec Goriansky
12. Seabiscuit Tucker Charles
13. Batty The Hirsch Family
14. Dakota All sharing the helm- Ned Herrington, Alexandra Contomichalos, Weaver Lilley, Oliver Gardiner, and Theo Gardiner
Woodie John Roberts
Ricochet Kaatherine Bancroft
Silver Pete Wells
August 17, 2015
The world is sweltering in oppressive heat and aren't we lucky to be sailing off the waters of MDI? And, we had 21 gorgeous boats filled with enthusiasm starting today, too.
Our first race was an old-fashioned Olympic course with a triangle, windward, leeward, windward course. The reaches were snug but not too tight and positions did change. Crews had to relearn that reach-to-reach gybe technique which went out of favor decades ago. Gosh, it was a magnificaent sight to behold and sounded like a bunch of fun, too. Gambler, Caribou, Firefly, and Silver Spray stayed just ahead of the pack which had many positions change on every leg.
The fleet moved onto the modern America's Cup course with a beam reach start from the Manset shore over to Spurling Point and then a long downwind leg to Sargent Point off the NE Harbor. The race was very tight with an absolute premium on keeping pressure downwind and holding a lane upwind. Icicle stomped from the start although they were pressed very hard by both Gambler and Caribou who took the lead and reluctantly gave it back at the finish.
The spectator fleet was spoiled today as it wasn't another dose of watching the grass grow..... Great times at the Fleet House again after sailing and special thanks to Tucker Charles, Helen Bissell, and Emma Rusk on RC duty today. They are great professionals who know how to set buoys perfectly.
Hayward Cup tomorrow with IODs starting at 1349. Dress inappropriately!
August 15, 2015
With an incoming warm front which brings overcast skies, racing headed north into the Sound for the concluding races of the Eagle Challenge. The wind was shifty and going persistently right all day. A tempting left shift was wafting off Norumbega to lure and punish the non-believers in Acadia Mountain and its warm right blasts from the slopes.
Gambler took the first race which had a nice long run to Somes Harbor and a beat back to Jock's yard for the finish. Caribou and Silver Spray tried to reel the black boat in but finished just behind them.
The second race of the day started over by Sargeant Point and the mark was farther right into Acadia. Everyone wanted to go right so the pin was favored and Puff hit the ball hard. Port tacking the fleet has become their signature this summer but Auriga had different plans for them. Auriga stayed close and engaged in a little hand-to-hand combat on the final leg out of the Sound. They scooped the victory and fended off the very hard charging Gambler who was over a minute late after getting boxed out at the boat.
Court Jenkins awarded the Eagle Challenge to David Rockefeller and his team on Caribou for winning the first half of the month. He pointed out how much fun it is to sail and be beaten by the youth of MDI. Every boat is having lots of fun with young sailors on board and more want to be helming, too. Something special is happening up here with over 40 new members this year and 21 boats actively sailing in the August Series right now.
Excellent RC work by Tucker and Helen in the mark boat and Sue Charles on Shearwater.
August 12, 2015
Thick fog and a light breeze kept the racing inside the Cranberry Islands and almost cancelled the event this year. Sailors started in a 3-5 knot SE wind from Gilpatrick Cove and headed out to Spurling Rock between Sutton and Cranberry. As they approached the big red flashing buoy the wind entirely quit. With sails slack all of the sailboats just drifted in the ebbing current. Eventually a patch of wind filled from the sea and boats on the south side of the course vaulted into the lead with Wells and Mary Bacon in their Luders ‘MaryJane’ showing the way to others. However, it was not holding. The boats behind then rode a puff from the north side closest to Sutton Island and the last became first. David Rockefeller in his yellow ‘Caribou’ leap frogged into the lead position.
The breeze again went fickle and came back in from the south and we had an IOD Class ‘Woodie’ helmed by Jack Roberts sprint forward on a long leg over to Southwest Harbor. Just as the fleet of twelve boats were approaching the finish line, the wind quit again. ‘Dark Star’ helmed by Philip Crain saw the flags flying straight off the Hinckley dock and went around the boats which were becalmed in the middle of the harbor to win the race by a half-length over ‘Woodie’.
Seal Harbor YC Commodore, Stefan Cushman, was on hand to award trophies to the top three Luders Class boats and IOD Class boats. The first boat overall, ‘Dark Star’ helmed by Phil Crain, was awarded the O’Brien Cup for 2015.
SEAL HARBOR REGATTA
AUGUST 12, 2015
Place Class Boat Name Skipper (Crew)
1. Mercury VA Reel Cece Gray (Winn Irwin, Addison Gray & Vernon Gray, Jr.)
2. Mercury Alley Cat Lucas Clark (Simon Clark)
3. Mercury Otter Sanford Whitehouse (Blakely & Aurelia Whitehouse)
4. Mercury Amos Moses Walker Whitehouse, Jr. (Carson, Jinglei & Walker Whitehouse, Sr.)
5. Mercury 8 Hands Over Wyatt Stephens (Heather Stephens & Mia Stephens)
6. Mercury Floating Bear Nina Cushman (Ella Cushman & Jackie Krajecki)
Place Class Boat Name Skipper (Crew)
1. Bullseye Purple Cow Sarah Neilson (Hanna Newhall & Annie Nielson)
2. Bullseye Island Girl Captain Lund (Eleanor Rogers)
3. Bullseye Seal Michael Wray (Max Wray)
4. Bullseye Pogo Margaretta Iselin (Don Iselin)
Place Class Skipper (Sailing Organization)
1. Optimist Jamie Slater (SHYC)
2. Optimist Isabela Cushman (SHYC)
3. Optimist Camila Cushman (SHYC)
4. Optimist Luke Gardiner (NEHSS)
5. Optimist Emmie Gray (SHYC)
6. Optimist Teddy Madara (NEHSS)
Place Class Skipper (Sailing Organization)
1. Turbo 420 Kinkaid MacCullough (MDICSC)
2. Turbo 420 Conner Ratcliffe (MDICSC)
3. Turbo 420 Ryder Henry (NEHSS)
4. Turbo 420 Drew Hopkins (MDICSC/NEHSS)
5. Turbo 420 Christiaan Smith (MDICSC)
6. Turbo 420 Teddy Grace (NEHSS)
7. Turbo 420 Alec Fischella (MDICSC)
8. Turbo 420 Peter Foulke (SHYC)
9. Turbo 420 Peter Lehrman (NEHSS)
10. Turbo 420 Bea Pierrepont (NEHSS)
11. Turbo 420 Jacob Peabody (MDICSC)
12. Turbo 420 Fin Matheson (SHYC)
13. Turbo 420 Vladimir Reed (SHYC)
14. Turbo 420 Athena Rodgers (SHYC)
15. Turbo 420 John Overton (MDICSC)
Inquiries: Henry Ogilby, SHYC Sailing Master (Tel: 276-5888; Email: email@example.com)
Stefan Cushman, SHYC Commodore (Tel. 276-4202; Email: Stefan.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Place Class Boat Name Skipper
1.* IOD Dark Star Philip Crain
2. IOD Woodie Jack Roberts
3. IOD Dakota Harry Goodman and Jackson Ross
4. IOD Live Yankee Rob Van Alen
5. Luder Mary Jane Wells Bacon
6. IOD Acontia Peter Ill
7. IOD Caribou David Rockefeller
8. Luder Surprise Chris Booher
9. Luder Etude Pancho Cole
10. Luder Seabiscuit Bill Eacho
11. Luder Batty Scott Hirsch
12. Luder Palladin Tom Rolfes
* Winner of the O’Brien Cup, a gold two-handled trophy that was first won in 1949 by Nelson Rockefeller sailing his International One-Design, Queen Mary, in a pursuit-style race.
August 10, 2015
A strong southerly was cranking in at noon with flooding sunshine. There were signs that something wasn't right. Holes started forming and the breeze on the right side of the course went 45 degrees right while still holding on the left.
Eeks. A short postponement was followed by a race to Manset which was an even beat into the shore along King's Point. Then, the hammer came down and the left breeze from Cranberry pressed back in- hard. As the fleet of eighteen boats had a nice spinnaker reach to the nun east of Bear Island the course was switched to beat out to a drop mark SW of the Spurling Gong. Unfortunately, the old reach mark was along the same trajectory and many boats turned and headed back to Rice Point for a finish. Race abandoned and a re-start had a port triangle which became an 'old fashioned gold cup' with a windward leeward tacked on to the triangle. IODs do reach and there is a bunch of strategy in going high or low as working the overlap becomes critical.
Gambler, Caribou, Live Yankee, and Silver Spray poked out away from the crowd which was really snarling with multiple boat overlaps at the turns where expert crew work was at a premium. Peter Ill in Acontia took away mid-fleet honors at the raucous post-race reception at the Fleet House.
Helen Bissell and Tucker Charles did a whole lot of mark setting and re-setting today and Sue Charles was keeping everything in check on Shearwater, too. Stunning photos attached by Sue.
1. Please let Liana Folger know if the SS has permission to use your boat for the Greatest Race on Earth, the Barton Eddison next Wednesday. Please try to join us or have one member of your crew join as a safety officer. Boats left on moorings may be burned...
2. Seal Harbor Regatta is on Wednesday at 130 from S and will be 'pursuit style' so you can race either with or without spinnaker. This year it will not count towards the Taormina Cup.
3. Eagle Challenge concludes after next Saturday's racing with no discard races. Scores attached.
4. Annual IOD party time and location- Undetermined now as IDR is not available. Your fleet captain is scrambling so if anyone has a good idea, please contact NIcholas. email@example.com
August 9, 2015
The Commodore Hessenbruch Trophy 2015
A record eleven boats participated in this very grueling and challenging sailboat race. Wind was from the Southeast and a 7.2 mile course was set between Islesford and Manset. The youth sailors of MDIchallenged the old timers in these 33’ long sloops with spinnakers. All competitors had to sail solowithout any assistance. This included casting off from mooring, starting, tacking, setting spinnaker, jibing the spinnaker pole, dousing…. Racing was very tight and positions changed on every leg of the course.
John Henry sailed his ‘Gambler’ to victory with Sean Beaulieu and Jack Roberts pushing hard to steal the trophy away and beat their Dad’s who were sailing other boats, too. Race Committee for the day was Tucker Charles and Emma Rusk on ‘Shearwater’.
1. John Henry Gambler
2. Sean Beaulieu Dark Star
3. Jack Roberts Dakota
4. Peter Ill Acontia
5. John Roberts Woodie
6. Court Jenkins Eagle
7. Jean Beaulieu Aurora
8. Fred Ford J’Ellie Bean
9. Bill Dowling Mischief
10. Chris Booher Dram
11. Syd Roberts Rockefeller Satin Doll
August 8, 2015
Brilliant sunshine with a very challenging breeze made for a tricky race today. Although we attempted a second race, it was soon apparent that it needed the triple gun salute. Nineteen boats joined the fun today and with Woodie on Monday we should get to 20 starters.
Auriga won the boat and also won the race to the Manset shore as the tide was flooding hard. Cranberry was tempting with big left shifts but, no connection route to the windward mark just to the left of Mark L off Seawall. Gary and his team on Auriga protected the left heading downwind but their lead had been diminished by the hard charging Caribou. The seabreeze started giving up on the run and the RC changed course over to Manset and Mark D. Alas, it didn't shift that hard right and it was a fetch from the gate and a spinnaker reach home to the finish.
Caribou and Live Yankee are looking awfully smart in the very challenging conditions of early August. The Commodore Hessenbruch Trophy is scheduled for 1345 on Sunday. This was one of Sandro Vitelli's favorite races of the year. Please grab a piece of bungee for your tiller and wear your lifejacket before heading out to the boat. It takes a bit longer to get going so leave yourself time to get organized.
Everyone should go out of their way to welcome Chris Booher sailing Dram. Chris spent last winter rebuilding a Luders named Surprise with his friends from MDI High. They are really competitive and want to try testing their mettle in the IOD Class, too. Spoecial thanks to Jason Ingle for the loan.
August 1, 2015
Brilliant sunshine with a stiff southerly breeze drew 18 boats to the starting line today. Breeze was really on for the first race with gusts in the 18-20 range. As we all know MDI never holds steady so, sure enough, the breeze relaxed as a little thin overcast turned down the he heat pump of the mountains. Gambler punched out a big win in the first race as the breeze cranked a little left and the water began to ebb under a full moon. Racing was very tight with many positions changing on every leg. Caribou kept knocking off competitors and climbed into second from seventh.
Our second race was set out to M with a windward gate about two thirds of the way. Just as boats approached, the breeze went hard right with a warm thermal effect off Seawall and Manset. Live Yankee played right and really were looking good through the gate. Your RC changed the second half of the beat over to L and that made things very interesting. Boats really had a fascinating beat to L and worked both sides as well as up the middle. Live Yankee held on with Acontia and Caribou looking for a slip up.
Tucker Charles and new RC employee Helen Bissell did an outstanding job setting marks and working quickly under pressure. I sure hope that the racers, if you get a chance, let them know how much you appreciate their professionalism and great work out there. Sue Charles was fantastic on Shearwater as we had our hands filled with a broken stay on the signal mast.
Looking forward to seeing all IODs out for the Great Harbor Dream Pursuit Race at 1300 from Q. Enjoy either with or without spinnaker.
The Northeast Harbor Fleet
IOD Series for the Rockefeller Trophy
Pl S# Sailor Boat Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 T
1 22 John Roberts Woodie 5 2 (8) 7 1 4 1 (11) 7 6 2 2 1 31
2 21Tyler Steele, Chad Thieken Gambler 2 5 1 2 2 2 (8) 1 (9) 7 3 8 33
3 24 Scott Redmon Live Yankee 6 4 (9) 4 5 5 6 (13) 1 1 1 4 37
4 23 Bill Dowling, Steve Brookes Mischief 3 (11) 2 5 3 3 (7) 4 2 6 4 5 37
5 8 David Schoeder Dakota (10) 1 6 10 6 1 5 (10) 8 9 7 (15) 63
6 25 Nicholas Schoeder Puff 1 (13) 5 9 10 6 11 3 3 5 (14) 10 63
7 2 Steve Madeira, Andrew Kennedy Auriga 7 3 7 (13) 9 (15/DSQ) 3 2 13 3 5 11 63
8 17 Mia Thompson Pippa 9 9 4 6 4 9 2 (12) 5 8 (15) (14) 68
9 14 Syd Rockefeller Roberts Satin Doll 8 (14\DNF) 11 3 7 10 10 7 12 (13) 10 6 84
10 7 Fred Ford J'Ellie Bean (16\DNC) (16\DNC) 10 12 15/DNC 15/DNC 4 5 7 10 6 9 93
11 9 Liana Folger, David Rockefeller Acontia 11 (14\RET) 12 1 8 8 (13) 6 11 11 13 13 94
12 Sean Beaulieu Aurora 13 6 13 11 11 7 9 8 (14) (14) 12 (16/DNC) 104
13 1 Rick Echard Firefly 12 10 (16) 8 14 12 (16) 9 15 12 11 2 105
14 Phil Crain Dark Star 4 7 (17\DNC) (17\DNC) 15/DNC 15/DNC 17/DNC 17/DNC 16/DNC 4 8 12 115
15 30 Scott Lawless Top Cat 14 8 14 (15) 13 13 14 15 10 15 (16) 7 123
16 12 Jean Burden Cygnet 15 12 15 16 12 11 12 16 4 (17/DNC) (17/DNC) 16/DNC 129
17 Anita Wray Icicle (16\DNC) 16\DNC 3 14 15/DNC 15/DNC 15 14 16/DNC 16 9 16/DNC 133
18 4 Bob & Parker Brown Silver Spray 16/DNC 16/DNC (17/DNC)(17/DNC) 15/DNC 15/DNC 17/DNC 17/DNC 16/DNC 17/DNC 17/DNC 3 149
The Northeast Harbor Fleet
Hospoice of Hancock County IOD Class 2015
July 11, 2015
Pl S# Sailor Boat Name 1 2 T
1 21 Tyler Steel Gambler 1 2 3
2 23 Bill Dowling Mischief 2 5 7
3 17 Mia Thompson Pippa 4 6 10
4 9 Liana Folger Acontia 12 1 13
5 24 Scott Redmon Live Yankee 9 4 13
6 14 Syd Roberts Rockefeller Satin Doll 11 3 14
7 25 Nicholas Schoeder Puff 5 9 14
8 22 John Roberts Woodie 8 7 15
9 8 David Schoeder Dakota 6 10 16
10 15 Gina Wray Icicle 3 14 17
11 2 Andrew Kennedy Auriga 7 13 20
12 7 Fred Ford J'Ellie Bean 10 12 22
13 1 Rick Echard Firefly 16 8 24
14 16 Sean Beaulieu Aurora 13 11 24
15 30 Scott Lawless Top Cat 14 15 29
16 12 Jean Burden Cygnet 15 16 31
The Northeast Harbor Fleet
Independence Day Series
July 4 and 5, 2015
Pl S# Sailor Boat Name 1 T
1 24 Tom Fremont Smith Live Yankee 1 1
2 13 Phil Crain Dark Star 2 2
3 22 John Roberts Woodie 3 3
4 10 David Rockefeller Caribou 4 4
5 8 Commodore David Schoeder Dakota 5 5
6 9 Liana Folger Acontia 6 6
7 15 Michael Wray Icicle 77
8 2 Amo Loring Auriga 8 8
9 1 Rick Echard Firefly 9 9
10 25 Nicholas Schoeder Puff 10 10
11 17 Mia Thompson Pippa 11 11
12 12 Jean Burden Cygnet 12 12
13 21 John Henry Gambler 13 13