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Sail For Hope in Newport

by George Bekris on 9 Oct 2012
Sail For Hope 2012 george bekris
The 2012 Sail For Hope to benefit Wounded Warriors and the Red Cross Family Assistance took place in Newport, RI on the 6th October.











Race # 1
Saturday, October 6, 2012
RACE REPORT

PHRF 1 Class
Start: 11:05:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Katama

William Shaw

2:36:16 PM

3:31:16

2:38:43

162

 

2

2

Robin Too

Alex Hood

2:44:14 PM

3:39:14

2:42:48

174

 

3

3

Whalayed

John Whaley

2:56:12 PM

3:51:12

2:47:38

196

 

4

4

Breeze  Breaker

Roger Conradie

3:19:13 PM

4:14:13

2:56:03

241

 

5

5

Gibon  Girl

Michael de Angeli

3:33:11 PM

4:28:11

3:07:25

249

 

6

6

Counterpoint

Bart Janney

3:06:26 PM

4:01:26

3:08:34

163

 

7

7

White  Wolf

Jeff Schuldheiss

3:17:00 PM

4:12:00

3:18:29

165

 

8

8

Mental  Floss

Randy Church

3:34:14 PM

4:29:14

3:33:27

172

 

 

PHRF 2 Class
Start: 11:10:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Top Cat

Jim Lengel

2:36:15 PM

3:26:15

2:36:38

153

 

2

2

Fortune

Tom Glassie/John Taft

2:22:53 PM

3:12:53

2:42:04

95

 

3

3

Double  Black

Adam Marks

2:33:41 PM

3:23:41

2:47:02

113

 

4

4

Gallop

Dennis Ferreira

2:34:22 PM

3:24:22

2:53:33

95

 

5

5

Astris

David MacBain

2:38:39 PM

3:28:39

2:53:37

108

 

6

6

Elixir

Don Marcus

2:55:14 PM

3:45:14

3:16:03

90

 

 

PHRF 3 Class
Start: 11:15:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Osprey

Mike McCaffrey

2:54:40 PM

3:39:40

2:33:30

204

 

2

2

Shona

Robert Hutchinson

2:55:08 PM

3:40:08

2:33:58

204

 

3

3

Surprise

Fred Roy

2:57:04 PM

3:42:04

2:35:54

204

 

4

4

Firefly

Alan Silken

3:03:37 PM

3:48:37

2:42:27

204

 

5

5

Squaw

Angus Davis

3:08:17 PM

3:53:17

2:47:07

204

 

6

6

Whistler

Jens Lange

3:14:39 PM

3:59:39

2:53:29

204

 

7

7

Little Wing

Kathryn Watier

3:32:56 PM

4:17:56

3:11:27

205

 

 

PHRF 4 Class
Start: 11:20:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Quatro

Thomas Lemaire

2:42:36 PM

3:22:36

2:27:08

171

 

2

2

Rhapsody

Bill Kneller

2:40:14 PM

3:20:14

2:35:29

138

 

3

3

Dark Star

Mark Gervais

2:42:21 PM

3:22:21

2:35:58

143

 

4

4

Nighthawk

Barker/Ryan/McVicker

2:53:13 PM

3:33:13

2:36:47

174

 

5

5

Buckshot

Larry Colantuono

2:53:43 PM

3:33:43

2:37:17

174

 

6

6

Leonessa

Raymond DeLeo

2:51:27 PM

3:31:27

2:37:37

166

 

7

7

Blitz

Kevin Dakan

2:43:52 PM

3:23:52

2:39:07

138

 

8

8

Mystere

William Museler

2:48:45 PM

3:28:45

2:39:08

153

 

9

9

Windependent

Tim Pennington

3:05:18 PM

3:45:18

2:48:52

174

 

10

10

Fernweh

Rogan Van  Gruisen

3:21:56 PM

4:01:56

3:09:23

162

 

11

11

Cherokee

Ted Boylan

3:30:27 PM

4:10:27

3:21:48

150

 

12

12

Seaquel

William O'Hanley

3:50:01 PM

4:30:01

3:41:03

151

 

13

14

Invictus

Chris Sheldon

 

 

 

174

DNF

 

PHRF 5 Class
Start: 11:25:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Manic

J. Alex Wadson

2:13:40 PM

2:48:40

2:16:33

99

 

2

2

Mos  Eisley Cantina

Phip Hallowell

2:30:30 PM

3:05:30

2:30:28

108

 

3

3

007

Jim Myers

2:33:02 PM

3:08:02

2:33:00

108

 

4

4

Tamanoa

Gregg Morash

2:38:01 PM

3:13:01

2:33:27

122

 

5

5

Cowboy

George Cochran

2:33:36 PM

3:08:36

2:34:33

105

 

6

6

Freightrain

Richard Hyde

2:34:47 PM

3:09:47

2:39:37

93

 

7

7

Spirit

Ernest Helme

2:40:22 PM

3:15:22

2:44:14

96

 

8

8

UNO Mas

Alden Spencer

2:53:51 PM

3:28:51

2:52:51

111

 

9

9

Granuelle

Marcus Cochran

3:06:43 PM

3:41:43

3:05:04

113

 

10

10

Full  House

Michael Hogan

3:26:54 PM

4:01:54

3:25:34

112

 

 

PHRF 6 Class
Start: 11:30:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Settler

Thomas Rich

2:18:08 PM

2:48:08

2:28:21

61

 

2T

2.5

Wicked  2.0

Doug Curtiss

2:14:23 PM

2:44:23

2:30:46

42

TIE

2T

2.5

Haerlem

Hendrikus Wisker

2:28:01 PM

2:58:01

2:30:46

84

TIE

4

4

Hidalgo

Rich Moody

2:28:12 PM

2:58:12

2:36:48

66

 

5

5

Odyssey

David Brodsky

2:21:14 PM

2:51:14

2:37:37

42

 

6

6

Coconut  Telegraph

Vin   Kristy McAteer

2:35:06 PM

3:05:06

2:37:51

84

 

7

7

MACX

Bill Macgowan

2:36:30 PM

3:06:30

2:39:35

83

 

8

8

Shadowfax

Stewart Abramson

2:27:39 PM

2:57:39

2:39:49

55

 

9

9

Race  Horse

Donald Tofias

2:25:27 PM

2:55:27

2:41:50

42

 

10

10

Unplugged

Scotty Murray

2:41:13 PM

3:11:13

2:49:49

66

 

11

12

Crosscurrent

Skip Mattos

 

 

 

66

DNF

 

PHRF 7 Class
Start: 11:35:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

SCOOT

Nick Steffey

1:53:01 PM

2:18:01

2:18:01

0

 

2

2

Kinship

Tom Selldorff

2:15:04 PM

2:40:04

2:30:20

30

 

3

3

Sarah

Gregory Manning

2:15:55 PM

2:40:55

2:33:27

23

 

4

4

Affinity

Jack Desmond

2:21:02 PM

2:46:02

2:34:21

36

 

5

5

Impetuous

Paul Zabetakis, MD

2:09:32 PM

2:34:32

2:36:29

-6

 

6

6

GryphonSolo2

Joseph Harris

2:15:02 PM

2:40:02

2:39:23

2

 

7

7

Laura

Kip Curren

2:05:26 PM

2:30:26

2:41:08

-33

 

8

8

Bella

Mark Nannini

2:21:27 PM

2:46:27

2:41:35

15

 

9

9

Irie

Brian Cunha

2:20:50 PM

2:45:50

2:42:35

10

 

10

10

Rosetta

Gurdon Wattles

2:29:33 PM

2:54:33

2:47:25

22

 

 

Multi-Hull Class
Start: 11:40:00 AM, Distance: 19.46 Miles, Scoring System: PHRF Time on Distance - 1 Rating

Class
Rank

Class
Points

Boat Name

Owner

Finish

Elap.

Correct

Rat.

Inf.

1

1

Flying  Fish

Steve Parks

2:15:49 PM

2:35:49

2:22:12

42

 

2

2

Chitty  Bang !!

David Lussier

2:16:59 PM

2:36:59

2:46:43

-30

 

3

4

Rosebud/Team  Winged Victory

Nat Henricksen

 

 

 

-85

DNF


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