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SDYC's 2014 Yachting Cup

Boats with Ullman Sails top the results

Wed, 14th May 2014
By Chuck Skewes

SDYC's 2014 Yachting Cup  Boats with Ullman Sails top the results

The 2014 Yachting Cup hosted by San Diego Yacht Club is the premier yacht race in Southern California.  This year the class 1 boats showed up in force to make the event even grander creating the Fast 50 fleet consisting of 3 Transpac 52's, 2 RP 50's and a Turboed Santa Cruz 50. The fast 50 fleet saw very close racing in most of the races with overlaps at every mark and multiple boats finishing within feet of each other on Sundays racing. This fleet was dominated by Margaritaville using their Ullman Sails FiberPath GP main and AP 1.

There was also a Fast 40 fleet that included 3 J125's and one Farr 400.   Time Shaver the all Ullman Sails powered J125 dominated this class, never getting beat by either of the other J 125's and leading to most marks the entire weekend.

Ullman sails had strong finishes in many other classes from the Beneteau 40.7, Flying Tiger 10's, J 120's,  and J70's.  Here are the results

This article was posted on Wed, 14th May 2014