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International Sailing Anarchy Sportboat Festival

Mon, 4th Oct 2010
By Chuck Skewes

International Sailing Anarchy Sportboat Festival
Image Credit: Kirk O'Brien
Nemesis 2 time ISAF winner

For those that made it to San Diego for the 2nd annual ISAF regatta know what a great time it was.  For those who missed it I suggest you make plans for next year.  It is a regatta like no other with the emphasis on fun in the sun.  Fast boats and people from all over get together for 3 days of racing and great parties.

For the Second year in a row the big winner of the event in Sport Boat A was Nemesis the Melges 30 from Southwestern YC powered by 100% Ullman Sails.  Geoff Longnecker and his crew were nearly flawless around the course and crushed the competition. Third place also belonged to a full Ullman boat Mile High Klub the Flying Tiger sailed by Phillip Infelise and crew.

There were boats from Moths to J125’s and everything in between over two courses.  The 505 fleet had some of the best 505 sailors in the world.  For more information go the Sailing Anarchy Web Site.

Results are here http://www.yachtscoring.com/emenu.cfm?eID=332


This article was posted on Mon, 4th Oct 2010