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2016 Florida Masters Week announced

2016 is a Do-Over!!
Why argue with success?  With record turnouts and favorable feedback from Florida Masters Week in 2015, we're going to do the same venues and same time period in 2016. 

 
Handicap System Gives Gulf Coast Masters Championship to Hartman

Whether it was the scary weather forecast or the location that kept folks away is not known.  What is known is that the hardy few that made it to Fort Walton Beach enjoyed two fine days of sailing.

 
Record turn-out for the 2015 Masters Week in Florida

As many as 111 competitors sailed 23 races in four to twenty four mph winds during Laser Masters Week sailed at the United States Sailing Center Martin County (USSCMC), in Jensen Beach and the Palm Beach Sailing Club in West Palm Beach, Florida.

 
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2012 Masters Week Wrap Up PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 February 2012 00:48

It came in with a bang, and went out with one.  In between, we had several days of challenging light air sailing.  A little something for everyone!  Sixty five competitors from six countries and fifteen states enjoyed the seven days of sailing at three different venues during the nine day period from Feb 11 to Feb 19.  

The Florida Masters hosted by Palm Beach Sailing Club and the Royal Turkey Yacht Club provided a great day of ocean sailing, followed by a gusty day of sailing in the “lake” by the club, Feb 11 & 12.  Boats were loaded and journeyed an hour north to  USSCMC, Jensen Beach for Midweek Madness Feb 14&15.  Racing here was in the Indian River Lagoon in light to medium winds.  The sailors again loaded boats and moved a couple hours north to Melbourne Yacht Club for Masters Midwinters East and three more days of sailing in the Indian River Lagoon Feb 17, 18 &19.  The first two days of sailing saw light easterly winds with lots of pressure variation and shifts.  Definitely a test of light air skills!  A front arrived Sunday with winds gusting over 20 knots which made for some hearty, fun conditions.

Based on results in each age category for the three events, overall age category winners are determined.  An overall winner and the first lady are also determined based on overall finishes in the three regattas.  Michelle Davis won the first lady award.   Although he did not win any individual event, John MacCausland sailed most consistently to be the Masters Week Overall Winner.  Age category winners are:  Apprentice – David Hillmyer; Master – Peter Shope; Grand Master – Doug Peckover; Great Grand Master – David Hartman.

It’s not too early to put the week of Feb 9 through Feb 17, 2013 on your calendar for Masters Week 2013!

 

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