Sailing Schedule Autumn 2019 – Autumn 2020

 Sailing Schedule

Autumn 2019 – Autumn 2020

2019 2.4mR World Championships


(New Dates)

October 12 – 18, 2019Yacht Club Italiano

Genoa Italy
Americas RegattaDecember 5 - 8, 2019St Petersburg Yacht Club

St. Petersburg, FL
CHYC 2.4mr Midwinters

2020 CanAm# 1
December 10 - 11, 2019Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

Port Charlotte, FL
U.S. 2.4mr Nationals

2020 CanAm# 2
December 13 - 15, 2019Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

Port Charlotte, FL
Edge Sailing Midwinters

2020 CanAm# 3
January 25 - 26, 2020Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

Port Charlotte, FL
2020 CanAm# 4February 22- 23, 2020Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

Port Charlotte, FL
2020 CanAm FinaleMarch 27 - 29, 2020Charlotte Harbor Yacht Club

Port Charlotte, FL
2.4mR World Championship 2020


November 7 - 13, 2020Davis Island Yacht Club

Davis Island, FL

Notices of Race and Results are linked above, where available.

Please also consult the Calendar

2.4mR CanAm North Regatta Series 2019 Winners

CanAm North Winners 2019

Thank you to North Sails for sponsoring the first  2.4mR CanAm North Regatta Series.
Winner of the North jib was Christine Lavallee.

Winners of the 2019 CanAm North Regatta Series:
1st Place –  Dee Smith  from Annapolis, MD
2nd Place – Allan Liebel, Toronto, ON
3rd Place –  Darrell Suderman, Toronto, ON

Full results for the series can be found below.

2019 2.4mR CanAm North Regatta Series Results

Position

Country

Sail Number

Name

2.4 NA’s KYC

National Event NYC

2.4 GLR NYC

2.4 CAN NYC

 

DROP

Total

1

USA

7

Dee Smith

1

22

2

1

 

(22)

4

2

CAN

8

Allan Liebel

2

1

1

2

 

(2)

4

3

CAN

3

Darrell Suderman

4

2

3

5

 

(5)

9

4

USA

3

Tony Pocklington

3

22

5

4

 

(22)

12

5

USA

21

Matt Koblenzer

8

3

10

7

 

(10)

18

6

CAN

42

Janice Graham Foscarini

11

6

11

6

 

(11)

23

7

CAN

1

Alain Dubuc

22

5

15

10

 

(22)

30

8

CAN

22

Peter Eager

22

22

6

3

 

(22)

31

9

CAN

16

Stephen Jones

22

4

7

22

 

(22)

33

10

USA

142

Charlie Rosenfield

5

22

8

22

 

(22)

35

11

CAN

66

Brian Peckover

14

22

14

9

 

(22)

37

12

CAN

91

Mike Hren

7

22

9

22

 

(22)

38

13

CAN

12

Christine Lavallee

10

22

22

8

 

(22)

40

14

CAN

5

David Foscarini

22

22

13

11

 

(22)

46

15

CAN

14

Peter Wood

6

22

22

22

 

(22)

50

16

USA

11

Tim Ripley

9

22

22

22

 

(22)

53

17

CAN

13

Patricia Doyle

22

22

12

22

 

(22)

56

18

CAN

88

Aaron Wong-Sing

12

22

22

22

 

(22)

56

19

CAN

41

Janice Wilby

13

22

22

22

 

(22)

57

20

CAN

49

Wendy Frazier

15

22

22

22

 

(22)

59

21

CAN

18

Audrey Kobayashi

16

22

22

22

 

(22)

60

22

CAN

96

Jerry Wendt

22

22

4

22

 

(22)

70

 

* a score of 22 denotes a DNC

2.4mR GREAT LAKES REGATTA – Aug 17/18

Sailboat Racing - CAN 8

This past weekend, the 3rd regatta of the 2.4mR CanAm North Regatta Series was hosted by National Yacht Club. Participants traveled from Florida, Maryland, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Montreal and Ottawa to compete with the local NYC 2.4 fleet.

The 15 boat fleet sailed 7 races to complete the regatta. In 3rd place was NYC’s Darrell Suderman, in 2nd place, Dee Smith of Annapolis, and in 1st place, NYC’s Allan Liebel.

North Sails

The 2.4mR Canadian Championship, hosted by NYC on Sept 7/8, will be the fourth regatta of the 2.4mR CanAm North Series. We are pleased to announce that North Sails will be sponsoring our CanAm North finale. All participants of the finale will be entered into a draw for a North TR-1 jib.

2.4mR Sailboats Racing

David Foscarini

The regatta spirit got rolling Friday with the out of town boats arriving and being assembled. The 2.4mR fleet is always interesting for the mix of able and disable sailors. With the abled sailor helping the disabled sailors rig and launch. A few people even got out for a sail late Friday afternoon. Saturday started with light rain that ends as we arrived at NYC. Boats got launched. Clothing choices were made. We sailed out to the course in light air. Richard and his Race Committee got a course set and we were into our first race a little after 11:00. The fleet doesn’t get stretched to long so we managed to get in the full complement of four races in. We also managed to all arrive safely at the dock as a squall hit. The big increase in wind and pouring rain only lasted a few (long) minutes. Boats were put away and the cooking and eating started, along with an array of beverages to re-hydrate.

Sunday morning came around with more rain and no wind! The RC assured us there would be wind and promptly left the dock. We arrived at the race course some by tow, some in zephyrs of breeze. We all drifted around until the wind (barely) settled in at about 3.5 Knots. The wind never got above 6 knots and shifted a little back and forth. We managed to get in 3 races by 2:45. The RC then sent us in calling it a regatta, with a drop.

Back on shore priority was given to out of towners to pull their boats and get equipment packed onto trailer and trucks.

The 2019 2.4mR Great lakes Championships had 15 boats from Montreal, Ottawa, Florida, Maryland, Connecticut, and NYC. 3rd place was NYC’s Darrel Suderman, 2nd place Dee Smith of Annapolis, and 1st NYC’s Allan Liebel.

Many thanks to Richard McKean and the group of race committee volunteers. Special thanks to John King and the Sea Scouts for helping the disabled sailors rig and de rig their boats. Thanks to Able Sail Toronto for a place to park the disabled sailors boats for the weekend.

This event was the third in the CanAm North summer series. The final event is the 2.4mR Canadian Championship at NYC September 7 & 8.

Complete Results can be found here.

Sailing Schedule Spring – Summer 2019

 Sailing Schedule

Spring – Summer 2019

Spring Dinghy Championship

Results

May 4 - 5, 2019Royal Victoria Yacht Club

Victoria, BC
Icebreaker Olympic RegattaMay 18 - 19, 2019Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club

Toronto ON
NYC Regatta


Self run regatta to promote fleet and provide coaching / training.

June 8 - 9, 2019National Yacht Club

Toronto, ON
Nepean One Design Regatta

Results

June 15 - 16, 2019Nepean Sailing Club

Ottawa, ON
Pacific Coast Championship

Results

June 15 - 16, 2019Royal Victoria Yacht Club

Victoria, BC
C. Thomas Clagett, Jr. Memorial Clinic & Regatta

Results

June 18 – 23, 2019Sail Newport

Newport, RI
Para World Sailing Championships 2019

Results

June 30 - July 7, 2019Club Nautico Puerto Sherry
El Puerto de Santa Maria,
Spain
2019 Sail West

Training July 4 - 5, 2019
Racing July 6 -7, 2019
July 4 - 7, 2019Central Okanagan Sailing Association

Kelowna , BC
2.4mR North American Championship

Can-Am North Series 2019 Regatta #1

Results

July 5 - 7, 2019Kingston Yacht Club

Kingston, ON
National Event


Can-Am North Series 2019 Regatta #2

Results

July 13 - 14, 2019National Yacht Club

Toronto, ON
Independence Cup/US Para Sailing Championship

Results

July 25 - 28, 2019Burnham Harbor

Chicago, Illinois
Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta at Marblehead Race Week

Results

July 25 - 28, 2019Boston Yacht Club

Marblehead, MA
Great Lakes Regatta


Can-Am North Series 2019 Regatta #3

Results

August 17 - 18, 2019National Yacht Club

Toronto, ON
CanAm North Series 2019 Finale / Canadian Championship

Results

CanAm North Series 2019 Results

September 7 - 8, 2019National Yacht Club

Toronto, ON
Fall Dinghy Championships
September 28-29, 2019Royal Victoria Yacht Club

Victoria, BC
2019 2.4mR World Championships


(New Dates)

October 12 – 18, 2019Yacht Club Italiano

Genoa Italy

Notices of Race and Results are linked above, where available.

Please also consult the Calendar

Clagett Boat Grant Program: 2.4mRs

Hi everyone,
 
I am writing to ask that you all please encourage 2.4mR sailors to apply to The Clagett Regatta’s boat grant program. The grant is open to both individuals and adaptive organizations. 
 
The application, requirements and more information about the program can be found here: https://clagettregatta.org/Boat-Grant-Program.
 
The Clagett has a board meeting coming up, and if we do not start to generate interest among the 2.4mR sailing community for this boat grant application we may need to discuss options for a different boat to grant.
 
Thank you.
 
Sincerely,
Sara Darcy Klik
 
Operations Manager
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2.4 mR Great Lakes Regatta – Aug 17-18

Avoid late fees and sign up now for the 2.4mR Great Lakes Regatta.  
Check out who else is signed up on the link below.
 
Note: The GLR is the 3rd regatta of the CanAm North Series. 
 
You can also sign up for the 2.4mR Canadian Championship and the CanAm North Finale on Sept 7-8th at the link below.
 
Cheers,
Darrell
 
CAN 3

Rockin In the Two Point Four

Lyrics by Audrey Kobayashi

Rockin, rockin, rockin in the 2 point four
The wind is fine on Lake Ontario
And we’re rockin in the two point four

(Chorus) Talk-in’ ’bout, Hey now! Hey now! Rockin in the two point four
Jock-a-mo fee-no ai na-né, ROCKIN IN THE TWO POINT FOUR

Look at Dee he’s the king of the waves
Rockin in the two point four
But Alan’s so cool and can take the day
Rockin in the two point four

Now Tony’s fast and he puts on the gas
Rockin in the two point four
But If Darrell’s around he might give it a pass
Rockin in the two point four

Peter’s there and he’s off from the start
Rocking in the two point four
But Janice is smart and sails straight from the heart
Rockin in the two point four

Tim comes on like a real rock star
Rockin in the two point four
But Charlie’s fierce and won’ let him get far
Rockin in the two point four

Christine is keen to reach the top of the fleet
Rockin in the two point four
But Aaron is sly when he pulls in the sheets
Rockin in the two point four

Now Wendy might be chasing the pack
Rockin in the two point four
But Brian and Matt better watch their backs
Rockin in the two point four

Jan is new and Mike is too
Rockin in the two point four
A force to reckon with – just give em a few
Rockin in the two point four

See that Audrey all dressed in black
Rockin in the two point four
She’ll be okay if you let her tack
Rockin in the two point four

We’re all thinking bout those that we miss
Rockin in the two point
Alain Ted Peter Kevin Julio and Trish
Rockin in the two point four

Rockin, rockin, rockin in the 2 point four
The wind is fine on Lake Ontario
And we’re rockin in the two point four