GYC Spring Event Day 1

Today was the start of the GYC spring event in Gulfport Florida. It started out light, around 6 knots, and died throughout the 1 hour race. After the race, the wind shifted around 90 degrees and filled in to around 15 knots. We ended up sailing a total of 5 races, 4 of them in…

Spring Fever

Saturday started with wind, around 5 knots, but by the time that we started racing, it was zero, so we all sat around drifting, and Robbie was raiding boats with Matthew and just having a good time. After we all went on shore, it filled in again, and when we finally got back out, to…

Spring Fever day 1

Yesterday was a hard day out on the water that started with a lot of wind progressively during throughout the day from 13 knots to only 3. We had a good day ending us off in 9th overall and successfuly passing up to 5 boats on the downwind. We managed to flip the boat on…

What we got done today

Me an Brian from Red Gear Racing managed to start getting the pieces in place for the new mast rotation system. We got the two blocks in place for the line to run through, but when we got to the cleats for each side, we only found 2 screws of the 4 that we need.…

Hartwell Training Camp

I have been sailing in Georgia to get ready for the Spring fever regatta this weekend. After an 8 hour drive from Panama City, We got to Hartwell around 7 o’clock on monday, dropped off the trailer, checked into the house, and got dinner. At dinner, all of us realized that we are in the…

Panama City Training Camp

For the last two days I have been sailing in Panama City Florida with Red Gear Racing and a total of 13 sailors. On Friday it was light and rainy keeping us from going sailing, which is the way that Saturday started off. Me and my crew had issues in the first bit of saturday…