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NYYC Race Week J/109 Class format

The J/109s will be sailing under Class Rules as posted at www.J/109.org with the following exceptions: 1)Crew Limit/Weight û in lieu of weighing crew, the crew limit will be skipper plus 6 persons. 2)Equipment û a reminder that the removable transom locker is not required, but the swim ladder, emergency tiller, stove, v-berth platform (but …

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J/109 Photos from Block Island Race Week 2004

Check out the photos of the J109s in action from BIRW 2004.

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10 J/109s Compete at Block Island Race Week 2004

10 J/109s competed in this years Block Island Race Week allowing for a J109 class start. STORM, owned by Rick Lyall, Wilton CT took first in the fleet of 10 boats with a score of 16. 1 point seperated the second and third place boats. PATRIOT, owned by CJ Bocklet, Rye NY finsihed with 19 …

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J/109s swept Chicago NOOD, taking 1st, 2nd and 3rd in PHRF 3

The J/109s had a great run at the Chicago NOOD held June 11th-13th. Racing in PHRF fleet 3 with 12 entries the J/109s took the top 3 spots. Len Siegal, owner of Luckie Dubie 2 took first place scoring 16 points in this best of 7 series with one toss out. This was Lucky Dubie’s …

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East Coast Championship, July 23-25

New York Yacht Club Race Week, Newport RI û July 23-25 Racing actually runs all week from July 16-25, but the ôone-designö portion is just the final three days. Class racing is level with no handicaps in effect. Format: Class Rules apply except that in lieu of crew weight, the crew limit will be skipper …

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Good Jybrations, hull #143 takes first in class

Good Jybrations, owned by Lee Pryor of Oceanside Ca, took class first,in the Butler Invitaional, sponsored by the Mission Bay Yacht Club. The race was a 26.8 mile offshore course from Mission Bay to Oceanside CA. Click on results for a complete regatta wrap up.

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B&G Electronics Seminar Planned

B&G has announced an electronics seminar to be held June 10th, 6pm at the Newport RI Marriott. Click on the B&G link for further information.

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First J/109 in ME Christened

May 8th, 2004 Yarmouth ME, J/109 hull # 166 ARIONÆS RIDE Christened. The boat owned by Mylan and Maya Cohen is the first J109 in Maine. The CohenÆs were joined dockside with their son Mitchell, friends and members of the East Coast Yacht Sales staff to help bless the boat. With a crack over the …

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American Yacht Club Spring Series

The following regatta report is courtesy of David Johnson, Fleet #2 Captian. J 109s raced as a class at the American Yacht Club Spring Series. There were 5 boats racing over the 2 weekends. A total of 7 races were held in virtually every condition…from drifters to Northwest at 18 kts. with gusts to 28 …

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Welcome to the J/109 Website!!

The site is for the owners, crew and friends of the J/109 Class Association and the content will be driven by your needs. Let us know what you would like to see here. You can browse the public area using the menu at the left. If you would like to access the Member Area, we …

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