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Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Race 1

2

3

4

5

6

Total

W/ Throw Out

1

Rebel

John Spielring

1

10

2

2

2

2

19

9

2

Beautiful Mess

Tyson Connolly

5

4

6

1

3

1

20

14

3

Navigator

Rob Jossart

4

2

1

3

14

6

30

16

4

Scratch

Paul Latour

9

1

4

8

1

5

28

19

5

Unborrowed

Lemonds/ Picknell

2

8

14

6

5

7

42

28

6

I Sea U

Claudio Martin

12

7

3

4

4

13

43

30

7

Gauntlet

Cary Diehl

7

3

7

10

12

4

43

31

8

ALZYK

Al Wolczyk

8

11

9

5

7

3

43

32

9

Solo Cup

Brian Smith

3

6

12

7

8

9

45

33

10

Straight Up

David Barrer

6

9

5

9

9

11

49

38

11

7.9 Grand Slam 86

Rusty Smith

11

5

8

12

13

12

61

48

12

Lickety Split

Matt Jablonski

10

12

11

13

10

8

64

51

13

Dart

Tom Wernette

13

13

13

11

11

10

71

58

14

Sails Call

Tim Lozon

14

14

14

14

14

14

84

70

15

Burt Parker

Burt Parker

16

16

16

16

16

16

96

80

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Place

Boat

Skipper/Owner

Race 1

2

3

4

Total

1

Rebel

J. Spierling

1

1

1

3

6

2

Matros

T. Bryant

2

2

4

2

10

3

None

P. Latour

5

5

2

1

13

4

ALZYK

A. Wolczyk

6

3

3

4

16

5

Bad Company

K. Lemonds

3

4

6

5

18

6

Straight Up

J. Danhauer

4

6

5

6

21

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Is $30 membership worth it?

One of the biggest benefits to being a member is that you receive a reduced price on a new mast. Paul Latour has graciously put together a system and means of purchasing a new mast. To receive the discount, you must be a current member, and also have been a member the preceding year. The discount is $300. Following is a report from our Secretary/Treasurer on the status of the mast blanks:

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This February 2013 photo documents over half of the mast blanks safely kept by JSI in St. Petersburg, FL.  Your  Secretary-Treasurer documented all thirty blanks stored by JSI for us.  Mast blanks cost $900 to persons who have been class members continuously for at least one and the previous year, and $1200 to others.   JSI charges separately to finish a blank (pricing varies by parts recycled and aging; I connect buyers with JSI for details.  

JSI also stores spreader blanks for us. The class owns two sets of finished painted spreaders stored by JSI available for $250+shipping.  Connect with Paul if you need these.

Just want you to know that your money and masts are well cared for and accountable by your class leaders.

Mail Paul or the class president if you have any questions.

Paul Latour, Secretary-Treasurer

The 2017 edition of the Class Championship crosses Lake Michigan and returns to Holland, MI. We will be racing out of the newly renovated Macatawa Bay Yacht club. MBYC has a ramp on its facility and trailer parking nearby. There are numerous hotels in town and also many vacation homes available for rent. Michael Kiss has organized a great regatta. He has lined up sponsors and is hosting a party on Saturday at his house. This year we have moved the CCR one day so that racing is on Friday-Sunday with weigh in and measurement on Wednesday and Thursday. Plan to attend the CCR in beautiful Holland, MI.

St. Pete NOOD Results

Rebel wins the
St. Pete NOOD
St. Petersburg, FL

Scott's Ashes laid in Lake Michigan

Toast by Tom Elsen Remembering Scott Graham

Fleet 1 in Holland is putting on the Great Lakes Championship. This is a great opportunity to tune up for the Class Championship which is the following weekend. There will be racing on Saturday and Sunday. On Friday, there is the ability to get weighed and measured for the Class Championship. This can help make things easier the following week. Micheal Kiss has graciously planned a party at his house on Saturday. Get tuned up for CCR and enjoy a weekend in Holland.

Next Regatta
S2 7.9 GREAT LAKES Championship
Holland, MI
September 16-17

At the Class Championship this year, we had two salutes to Scott Graham. Scott was one of the two designers of our beloved S2 7.9. Scott passed away on Tuesday August 16, in Grand Rapids, MI, after a long battle with bone marrow cancer. Those who met Scott at the 2014 CCR in Holland realized how great of a person he was. Scott was humbled by how strong the S2 7.9 class still was after designing the boat over 35 years ago.

After the final race on Thursday Scott's ashes were laid in the water. It was Scott's wish to race one more time. He was able to do a practice race and 3 races down below on Matros. Before his ashes were laid, many kind words were relayed over the race course on the race committee's radio channel. Later that evening at the class banquet, three toasts were given by Tom Elsen.

A Salute Scott Graham
1947-2016
 

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2017 Regatta Locations

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Calendar

Put your local event on the class calendar

New for the class website this year is a google calendar. You can access it here or at the top left of the page with the red button. If you would like your event on the calendar, email chriscraig@s279.org

Fleet Profile
Fleet 29 in Lake Walenpaupack, PA

Most S2 7.9 sailors have heard of the 7.9 fleets in Holland, Racine, Nashville and Lake Minnetonka. However, most do not know that we have a fleet in Lake Walenpaupack, PA. Lake Walenpaupack is in Northeastern Pennsylvania, 25 miles East of Scranton, PA. Lake Walenpaupack is 13 miles long with an average depth of 25-30ft and is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. Fleet 29 calls Lake Walenpaupack home with 6 S2 7.9s currently on the lake. Most are members of the Paupack Sailing club. After every race the sailors meet at Ironwood Point Marina for a picnic. The Paupack Sailing club was founded in 1997 by a group of cruisers who were looking for an excuse to get together at least every other week. Over the years the small group of sailors in the club has fostered a great deal of camaraderie between them. One of the members, Stef Seeuwen, has been a big supporter of the S2 7.9 Class. Stef makes parts for the rudder and also other items for the 7.9 in his machine shop. It is great to see fleets of S2 7.9s throughout the country and Canada.

Would you like your fleet featured on the S2 7.9 website? If so, tell us about your fleet and send a few pictures to chriscraig@s279.org.

LakeWallenpaupack
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LakeWally2

 

2017 Regattas


 

St. Pete NOOD
St. Petersburg, FL
February 17-19
 

Lake Erie Championship
Ford Yacht Club
Grosse Ile, MI
(South of Detroit, MI)
June 3-4


S2 7.9 Great Lakes Championship
Holland, MI
September 16-17


Class Championship
Regatta
Holland, MI
September 22-24
 

Nashville Equalizer Regatta
Nashville, TN
October 21-22













2017 S2 7.9 Class Championship
Holland, MI
September 22-24

 

2018 Class
Championship

Ford Yacht Club
Grosse Ile, MI
(Near Detroit, MI)
Aug 23-25




 















Rebel Wins the
S2 7.9 Lake Erie Championship
Grosse Ile, MI

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