Doug Kaukeinen topped a 39-boat fleet to win the 2nd New England Regional of 2015. Including a separate junior fleet there were more than 50 boats on the water! Another huge and competitive fleet is expected at the US Masters Aug. 1-2 in Sharon, MA.
Amanda Vogel (the NAC 2015 photographer) has a nice selection of photos available for purchase. Click on the headline for more info.
My Own Bloody Yacht Club’s 14th Annual Harkers Island Regatta drew competitors from New York to Florida for racing July 11th & 12th in eastern North Carolina in what has become one of the larger Sunfish Class events in the United States.
Sunfish racing began on Sunday, July 12 and continues through July 19. Click on the headline above for more information and link to the results.
Brazil's Joao Hackerott is the 2015 Sunfish North American Champion
One of two Sunfish SE Regionals to be held this summer was hosted by the James Island Yacht Club, in Charleston, SC on June 20 and 21.
I was ten years old when I got my first sailboat. The boat was a 1960’s AMF Sunfish with chrome rub rails, a wooden rudder and dagger board, a red and blue stripe painted diagonally on the bow, and a blue and white striped sail which was softer than a bed sheet. I loved it!
David Gonzalez Arria of Venezuela, the 2014 Youth World Champion, is now the 2015 Youth North American Champion.
Bill Brangiforte and Scott Greenbaum battled all weekend but Brangiforte took home first place in the first Sunfish New England Regional of 2015.
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