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Results are final for this year’s Lake Ontario 300 Challenge

by LO300 Committee on 27 Jul 2013
Setanta crew - LO300C PHRF Winner. Joe Doris at the helm of Setanta. Sarah Danahy
Redress hearings were held this Tuesday July 23, 2013 at Port Credit Yacht Club to address multiple requests from time taken out of the race for a few reasons.

Redress was granted to the yacht Tango racing in IRC 2 for assistance they rendered after spotting a flare during the leg from Ford Shoal to Main Duck Island. After reporting the sighting to Coast Guard they were instructed to proceed to the site. Tango responded and provided assistance until Coast Guard took over. The outcome of the Search and Rescue has not been verified, but our thanks go to the skipper and crew for their providing the necessary assistance in this matter.
As a result of the redress hearing there will be 2 second place flags given out for IRC2


Boomerang, skippered by Jason Smyth sailing in the Solo Challenge was also granted redress for the time taken to stand by and provide assistance to the yachts Black Diamond and Mythos who were caught up on rocks in the False Duck Island area. After witnessing the boats in distress Jason dropped sails to return to the area and stand by until given the clear that things were OK. The Lake Ontario 300 Organizing committee would like to thank Jason for his effort in providing assistance. It takes a larger amount of effort for a Solo Sailor to take time out drop and hoist sails and get back in race. Black Diamond continued in the race and Mythos withdrew from the race and motored to Cobourg to inspect and repair. No change in the division winners resulted from this redress.

The results now posted on Yacht Scoring are final and on behalf of Lake Ontario Offshore Racing we would like to thank all our division and trophy winners for the Lake Ontario 300 Challenge 2013.

Below is a list of the trophy winners for this year’s race, which will be handed out at our September Banquet.



2013 Lake Ontario 300 Trophy Winners
Fleet
Trophy
Yacht
Skipper
Club
Scotch Bonnet
FS-DH
The Yachtsman's Cup
True North
Simon Mielniczuk
MLYC
FS-FC
The PHRF-LO Trophy
No winner
 
 
NFS-DH
Jim Wilkinson Trophy
Soggy Dollars
Al Parkhill
OYS
NFS-FC-1
The Endeavour Trophy
Glory IV
Robert Buehler
NYC
NFS-FC-2
Scotiabank Bowl
Midnight Express
Michael Bauer
Highland YC
NFS-FC-3
Lyn Townsend Trophy
Wee Beastie II
Sean Matthews
Highland YC
NFS-FC-4
The Rigging Shoppe Trophy
No winner
 
 
Multihull
 
The Mount Gay Trophy
Proclivity
Colin Wartman
KYC
Main Duck PHRF
FS-DH-1
The Gordon Elliott Trophy
Timorian
Fred Harding
PCYC
FS-DH-2
The Main Duck Rock
Jersey Girl
Mark Searle
PCYC
FS-DH-3
The Dorothy Trophy
No winner
 
 
FS-FC-1
The Peter Tait Memorial Trophy
Shorthanded
Mike Pietz
PCYC
FS-FC-2
The Joe Fernandes Trophy
Setanta
Joe Doris
PCYC
FS-FC-3
The Lighthouse Trophy
UMI TAKA
Dennis Dice
ABYC
FS-FC-4
The PCYC Ice Bowl
Cirrus
Jamie Spotswood
NYC
FS-FC-5
The Tom Brewster Trophy
No winner
 
 
FS-FC-6
The Past Chairman's Cup
No winner
 
 
Main Duck IRC
FS-FC-1
Leonard Alknis (Trimpus) Memorial Trophy
Hot Water
John McLeod
RCYC
FS-FC-2
Excalibur Trophy
IMXtreme
Joe MacDonald
PCYC
FS-FC-3
John Segaert Trophy
Black Magic
Wiersma
RHYC
Solo Challenge
GLSS Champion
 
Pearl
Brent Hughes
FBYC
BCT First Timer
 
Better Still
Dave Courtney
EYC
Line Honours
Scotch Bonnet
NFS-DH
The Windancer Trophy
Soggy Dollars
Al Parkhill
OYS
Scotch Bonnet
NFS-FC
The Lake Ontario 300 Committee Trophy
Little Bird
Malcom Little
EYC
Main Duck
FS-FC
The Triton SAils Trophy
Husaria
Krzysztof Kaminski /Irek Zubko
PZZ/YCZC
Main Duck
FS-DH
the Northern Lights Trophy
Timorian
Fred Harding
PCYC
Fleet Winners
BCT NFS-FC Fleet
The Store Mason’s Chandlery Trophy
Midnight Express
Michael Bauer
Highland YC
BCT - NFS-DH Fleet
TheSouthern Cross Cup
Soggy Dollars
Al Parkhill
OYS
BCT FS-FC Fleet
Pcyc Commodores Cup
Setanta
Joe Dorris
PCYC
BCT FS-DH Fleet
OYS Commodores Cup
Jersey Girl
Mark Searle
PCYC
 
Perserverance Trophy
To be determined
 
 
Overall Winners
 
The Sperry Trophy
Setanta
Joe Dorris
PCYC
 
The Gold Cup Trophy
IMXtreme
Joe MacDonald
PCYC
 
Team Challenge
To be calculated
 
 
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