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Sugar Bowl Regatta

PHRF – Decemebr 19 – 20, 2009

One Design/Capdevielle/Board Boats – December 26-27, 2009

Collegiate – December 30-31, 2009

Notice of Race

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Who’s Racing PHRF/High School?

Who’s Racing OD/Board Boats?

Who’s Racing Collegiate?

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PHRF Results – Race: 1 2 3 Series

One Design Results: Race of ChampionsOpen ScotsLightningsOptimist420s


Golden Boys

While the world’s economy collapsed, taking a great deal of Grand Prix yacht racing with it, a funny thing happened:  An pricy little rocket prospered. 

We’re talking of course about the Melges 32, which has again drawn a 20+ strong fleet for their Gold Cup this weekend, the first of a four-part winter series that starts here in the trade winds and topaz waters of Ft. Lauderdale and ends with the class’s first-ever trip to Charleston Race Week.  And On-The-Water Anarchy will, once again, be on hand to bring the entire regatta to your computer screens. Read more by visiting


Christmas Boat Parade

The 2009 West End

Christmas Boat Parade

is rolling again!

December 13th, 5:30pm

Come decorate your boat and win big prizes!

Must register.
Full info by clicking HERE.


Lake Pontchartrain Racing Circuit

Fri Oct 23 – Skipper’s Meeting at New Orleans YC
Sat Oct 24 -  SYC – 2 Races
Sun Oct 25 – Distance Race – SYC to TYC
Sat Oct 31 – TYC – 2 Races
Sun Nov 1 – TYC – 2 Races

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Who’s Racing?
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New Decision in Annapolis

The new DECISION, a 2006 Botin & Carkeek Transpac 52, optimized for IRC in 2009, won both IRC and PHRF fleets in the Annapolis Yacht Club Fall Series which ended last weekend. Johnny Lovell did a great job calling tactics. Johnny also drove the last of the three weekends in the regatta. Joining the Decision team were Lake Pontchartrain veterans Al Gooch, Gjis “Guiness” Gunnemann, Will Gammel, Alex Clegg, and yours truly, who drove the first two weekends but was lucky enough to miss the freezing rain and 30+ knots of breeze on the last weekend. Those who braved the cold on the last weekend were rewarded with 20+ knots of boat-speed on the runs. Competition was fierce, with a lot of hot new boats, including Anema & Core (ex-Platoon), a J/V TP52 (also IRC-optimized); team Decision’s old adversary Sjambok, an R-P 45; a new canting keel Farr 11S; and a swarm of Farr 40’s. Congratulations and thanks to Johnny and the crew for a job well done.

Say Congrats!


Buzzy and Dennis Conner @ NOYC