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SHEET RACE RESULTS BYTE — 1) Trish Sudell, 28 points; 2) Gail Yando, 34; 3) Laurie Davis, 46; 4) Jeff Nelson, 53; 5) Gina Knox, 62. (13 boats) RYC SMALL BOAT MIDWINTERS (4 SNIPE — 1) Doug Howson, 32 days, many races): points; 2) Vince Casalaina, 53; 3) Doug EL TORO SR. — 1) Chris Watts, 62 Cefali, 56; 4) Michael Mack, 61; 5) Alpoints; 2) John Pacholski, 66; 3) Gordie berto Amengual, 78. (17 boats) Nash, 71; 4) Fred Paxton, 80; 5) Paul OPEN CLASS (Breakwater EnTara, 114; 6) Mike Quinn, 114; 7) John trance) — 1) Greg Paxton, IFJ, 36 Amen, 136; 8) Skip Shapiro, 148; 9) points; 2) Charles Witcher, Megabyte, Chris Straub, 163; 10) Art Lange, 169. 50; 3) Bill Gutoff, Banshee, 54; 4) Bob (28 boats) Carl, Banshee, 81; 5) Erich Bauer, EL TORO JR. — 1) Patrick Tara, Megabyte, 101; 6) Greg Miller, IFJ, 32 points; 2) Mackenzie Cook, 36; 3) Total focus on 'Howl' during the final GGYC midwinter race. 102; 7) George Wilson, Sunfish, 106; Marina Fennell, 70; 4) Kyle Gorsiski, 8) Bill Gage, Megabyte, 109; 9) Bob 83; 5) John Marlett, 85. (10 boats) Kate Gaumond, 101; 6) Patrick Snow, 103; 7) Kyle Cronin, Sunfish, 133; 10) Mark Phillipps, IFJ, 137. OPTI — 1) Lauren Cefali, 45 points; 2) Will Larsen, 113; 8) Trevor Rowedder, 166; 9) Domenic (29 boats) Cefali, 49; 3) Jack Barton, 54; 4) Nevin Snow, 56; 5) Bove, 180; 10) Markus Suorsa, 191. (30 boats) ELLEN HOKE

WylieCat 39, Tim & Karin Knowles. (3 boats)

15th running of the Pacific Cup Yacht Race is set for July 14, 2008. Since its humble beginnings in 1980, the 2,070mile biennial race from San Francisco to Hawaii has become one of the classic West Coast sailing events and a rite of passage for many sailors. The date was

picked to maximize the likelihood of a favorable Pacific High, as well as to take advantage of better currents and a July 18 full moon. The race entry form won't be available until later this spring, but if you're looking for something to hold you over until then, check out several short

crew movies from previous races on the race website, www.pacificcup.org. Offshore dinghies? We're not sure who decided that 29ers, Flying Dutchmen, 505s, and I-14s fit the "offshore" part of the National Offishore One Design bill, but there they were racing among nearly

THE BAY VIEW BOAT CLUB AND THE ISLANDER BAHAMA FLEET invite all

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’60s & ’70s Vintage Fiberglass Sailboats to the

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Saturday, July 21 at the Bay View Boat Club and the waters of Pier 54. For more information: Call Peter McCool, Race Committee Chair, (415) 864-4334 Bay View Boat Club, 489 Terry Francois Blvd., San Francisco, CA 94107

TROPHIES TO PRETTIEST BOAT AND FASTEST OVERALL 10 a.m. UNTIL DARK • RACE STARTS AT 1 p.m. • TROPHY PRESENTATION AT 6 p.m. April, 2007 •

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Latitude 38 April 2007  

The April 2007 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.

Latitude 38 April 2007  

The April 2007 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.