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  Youngstown Level Regatta (larrybayer)
Posted: 8:06:00 pm on 7/18/2012 Modified: Never
 
Anyone interested in racing at the Youngston Level Regatta July 28th & 29th should go to  http://www.yachtscoring.com/emenu.cfm?eID=600 for registration and pre-entry Customs forms.
Still the largest regatta on the lake and for sure the best party ! Five wrist bands are included again with your registration along with some of those famous red Mount Gay hats! Those not wanting to enter the U.S. can stay at Nolsc. Your race packets will be picked up and delivered to you on Sat. morning if you let me know at larrybayer52@gmail.com. We'll most likely be racing in a narrow Phrf division. The 29's have their own start, what about all the 27's out there?

Larry Bayer
Yogi Bear, Mk III
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON

  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (mkeene)
Posted: 6:48:39 pm on 7/22/2012 Modified: Never
 
I bought a C&C 27 this year and am bringing it to Levels. This makes a fleet of two. I was looking forward to fleet at Levels to help me learn how to sail it. The regatta has updated it's plans, see note from Don Finkle below - so even one more boat will keep the level racing alive.

Additional Prizes:  In some handicap divisions there may be multiple boats of the same design, yet not enough to comprise a one design fleet.  In those instances we will have additional prizes for those boats as if they were racing one design against one another, so long as we have a minimum of three boats of that design.

Matt  Keene  
MkIII #733
Brockport Yacht Club


  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (larrybayer)
Posted: 9:20:49 pm on 7/22/2012 Modified: Never
 
Yes Matt, I saw your registration and that's why I posted. Hopefully we can get a couple more so that we're racing within the Phrf Fleet. Most likely be lumped in with the Redwing 30 and a couple of Catalina 30's. The Redwing is well sailed , I don't know about the Catalina's, if it blows they'll be pretty competitive as their much heavier than us. The Redwing has rated almost equal to us over the years so he'll be a handful!I used to have an equal rating with him, but now I'm 186 and he's 190. What's your rating?
Be looking forward to seeing you there! Good luck!!

Yogi

Larry Bayer
Yogi Bear, Mk III
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON

  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (CJ21)
Posted: 9:52:39 pm on 7/22/2012 Modified: Never
 
Wish I could bring my Mk II down to join you,  there are a few cc27 at BHYC. Not sure if any are coming down.  I will be on a C&C 38 Mk 1 hopefully staying at NOTSC.Christine

Silver Fox
Mark II, Hull 417.
  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (mkeene)
Posted: 10:56:52 pm on 7/24/2012 Modified: Never
 
Hi Larry,
My club phrf rep. has me down for a 201 which I think is off. I was expecting something in the 180's so I am trying to get it sorted out.
It may look like I have a MkIV from my sail number at Levels (916) but it because I picked up a used main off a boat here in the States.  Looking forward to the adventure, see you this weekend.

Matt  Keene  
MkIII #733
Brockport Yacht Club


  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (larrybayer)
Posted: 11:27:24 pm on 7/24/2012 Modified: Never
 
Christine;

Too bad, maybe next year?
Drop by and say hi at Yogi, what 38 will you be on?

Larry

Larry Bayer
Yogi Bear, Mk III
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON

  Re: Youngstown Level Regatta (CJ21)
Posted: 7:06:23 pm on 7/28/2012 Modified: Never
 
Hi Larry.

I was on renaissance.  We didn't come down at the last minute because the boat when hauled for a scrub, was found to have an electrical leak and it was eroding the prop and shaft. Not good.
Try again next year.  If you ever need crew, let me know. Christine

Silver Fox
Mark II, Hull 417.
  EYC (larrybayer)
Posted: 2:38:48 pm on 8/18/2012 Modified: Never
 
Christine;

Have you had any thought on bringing Silver Fox to the EYC OIpen Regatta next weekend?

Larry Bayer
Yogi Bear, Mk III
Niagara-On-The-Lake, ON

  Re: EYC (davidww1)
Posted: 11:54:19 pm on 8/18/2012 Modified: Never
 
C'mn Christine

Quit lurking behind Renaissance' rotting prop shaft, round up your buddies and come play at EYC with the Fox. Good racing, a fun bbq and in my experience one of the better regattas on the lake.


David Weatherston
Towser, Toronto
C&C 27 Mk IV

  Re: EYC (CJ21)
Posted: 7:32:09 pm on 8/22/2012 Modified: Never
 
Ok.  I'm laughing.  
Thanks David.....

We have a family function this weekend so I'm out for EYC.  


BUT.  Would like to invite all to Bronte Rocks next weekend!!!!


Christine

Silver Fox
Mark II, Hull 417.