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Name

Type

Skipper

Homeport

Elap. Time

Corr. Time

544 637 648 646 633 624 563

Alameda Richmond San Francisco San Francisco Portland Des Moines, WA Kelowna, BC

12:03:40:27 14:19:29:54 15:08:03:35 15:16:26:29 15:13:24:45 15:15:12:41 14:07:58:23

00:00:00:00 00:10:20:57 00:16:35:08 01:02:07:02 01:06:33:48 01:13:32:14 01:17:22:26

Tim & Betty Lessley Alice Martin J. Quanci & M. Lovely Bill Myers Kit Wiegnan M. Moradzadeh Neal Berger

608 618 610 607 633 615 629

Richmond Sausalito San Francisco Kaneohe, HI Alameda Belvedere Sausalito

12:17:40:43 13:17:46:25 13:14:30:43 14:04:38:02 14:22:47:10 15:12:25:02 DNF

00:00:00:00 00:18:20:42 00:18:41:00 01:11:31:39 01:14:43:57 02:14:42:49 DNF

DIVISION B (Started 7/3 at 08:30:00 HST) 1 12 Tutto Bene Beneteau 38s5 2 16 Locomotion Express 34 3 25 Irish Lady Catalina 30 4 31 Bequia Beneteau 411 5 36 Bounty S&S 52 6 41 Valis Pacific Seacraft 44 7 42 Compromise Elite 37

Jack Vetter Edward Morgan Denis Mahoney Dennis Ronk Daniel Spradling Paul Elliott D. & S. Englehart

606 600 589 587 595 604 598

Vallejo Seattle Alameda Vallejo San Francisco Sausalito San Francisco

12:19:07:28 12:19:52:36 13:07:02:43 13:16:38:47 14:14:16:20 15:13:24:41 17:04:08:50

00:00:00:00 00:04:12:08 00:21:41:45 01:08:26:49 02:01:28:22 02:19:26:13 04:13:37:22

DIVISION C (Started 7/4 at 09:10:00 HST) 1 2 E.T. Antrim 27 2 3 Basic Instinct Elliott 10.50 3 8 Auspice Schumacher 40 4 9 Sweet Okole Cust. Farr 36 5 10 Siderno Beneteau 473 6 26 Stray Cat Blues J/35 7 29 Relentless Sydney 32

Todd Hedin/Liz Baylis Jan Borjeson James Coggan Dean Treadway Fred Vitale Bill Parks Arnold Zippel

565 564 575 577 552 577 577

San Francisco Tiburon San Francisco Richmond San Francisco San Francisco San Francisco

11:10:15:36 11:14:16:59 11:23:06:54 12:01:02:00 11:10:48:43 13:01:05:46 13:07:02:51

00:00:00:00 00:04:35:53 00:07:06:18 00:07:52:24 00:08:01:37 01:07:56:10 01:13:53:15

DIVISION D (Started 7/5 at 10:10:00 HST) 1 4 Synge Synergy 1000 2 6 Recidivist Schumacher 39 3 11 Sapphire Synergy 1000 4 14 Mureadritta’s XL ILC 40 5 17 Orizaba J/130 6 19 Riva J/46 7 20 2 Guys on the Edge 1-D 35 8 23 Vanessa Beneteau 57

Mike Amirault Ken Olcott David Rasmussen Antony Barran John Hanna Scott Campbell Dan Doyle Bill Deuchar/Stephen Dunn

528 534 531 493 514 528 509 516

Seattle Palo Also Richmond Las Vegas Portland Portland Honolulu Honolulu

10:17:36:49 10:21:50:37 10:23:13:26 10:04:50:56 10:20:14:55 11:07:40:45 10:20:50:34 11:09:10:29

00:00:00:00 00:00:46:48 00:03:53:07 00:07:21:37 00:10:41:06 00:14:03:56 00:14:09:15 00:22:27:40

DIVISION E (Started 7/6 at 11:15:00 HST) 1 1 Lightning Santa Cruz 52 2 5 Morpheus Schumacher 50 3 13 Elyxir Santa Cruz 52 4 15 Kyrnos Custom 56 5 18 Cipango Andrews 56 6 27 Free Range Chicken Perry 59 7 28 Jam J/160

Thomas Akin Jim Gregory Skip Ely Frederic Laffitte Rob & Bob Barton Bruce & Sharon Anderson John McPhail

472 484 472 477 462 454 488

Belvedere San Francisco Santa Cruz Woodway, WA San Francisco Yakutat, AK Fox Island, WA

09:03:05:20 09:16:58:28 09:15:24:51 09:02:14:09 09:16:17:49 10:04:58:31 11:02:06:57

00:00:00:00 00:06:59:08 00:12:19:31 00:14:16:19 00:18:57:29 01:12:14:11 01:13:49:37

Shawn Throwe Paul Disario Ann Lewis Loren Moliner Jeff Duvall David Garman Peter Cosman

DIVISION A (Started 7/3 at 08:15:00 HST) 1 7 California Girl Cal 40 2 21 Hooligan Westsail 11.8 3 22 Green Buffalo Cal 40 4 32 Cirrus Standfast 40 5 33 Cassiopeia Islander 36 6 39 Cayenne Passport 40 – – Sonata Morgan 38

pints by the end of the voyage, which they completed in 12 days, 19 hours, which also corrected out to 12th-place overall. By the way, that name, Tutto Bene? It translates from Italian to "It's all good." And for the Vetters from Sacramento, it certainly was.

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DOUBLEHANDED (Started 7/3 at 08:00:00 HST 1 24 The Contessa Swede 55 2 30 Plus Sixteen Olson 911S 3 34 Spirit Custom S&S 4 35 Slim J/30 5 37 Keeli Quinn Moore 24 6 38 Giant Slayer SC 27 7 40 Celerity Hobie 33

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every yacht race, and it's impossible to tell them all. But here are a few more memorable tidbits from the 2006 Pacific Cup: • There were literally dozens of shredded chutes. But for sheer tenacity it was hard to outdo the carnage incurred by the J/160 Jam on Day 2. Power reaching south, they blew out three kites in one

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The August 2006 issue of the West's premier sailing and marine magazine.