Santana 20 Class Champ after two days at Dillon Lake

Andrew Kerr wrote: "Last day of the Santana 20 Nationals on Lake Dillon , 7 races are in the books with two more races today. Three races yesterday in winds between 0 and 19 knots , our team of Payson Infelise, myself and Phillip Infelise on Disaster @ Altitude had a 1st, 3rd, 1st to lead the regatta with 12 points, Frank Keesling and his team are in 2nd with 18 points after posting a 2nd, 1st, 5th and in 3rd is Ron Fish, Glen Hughes and Jac Thomas with i believe 27 points as i have not seen the official scores yet. Some great sailing by teams yesterday - in particular Kevin Dickey and his team on Loose Nuts from Eugene YC who posted a 2nd and 3rd. Forecast today is for winds to be 14 to 28 knots with racing starting at 1PM . The Dillon Yacht club , the race committee , Mike Mckeever and S20 fleet 28 and all the volunteers have done a terrific job of organizing, running and hosting a great event for the class as we all look forward to this final day of racing ."


2017 Dillon Open

full results of 2017 Dillon Open

1: Attitude

2 DA

3 Feisty

1st                                       2nd                                     3rd

2017 Emerald Regatta

Mike Paul Paul                  Ron Jack Rob                  Fred Russ Garrett

2017 Emerald Cup           # racers 7 7 7 7 7 7 0     S-20 Max boats 7
Course B1 B1 A1 D C W
Boat                       Yacht Club Sail # Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Throw Out Total
Aquila Paul Stephens EYC        656        1         2          1           1          1           2              2             6   1
Giddy Up Ron Fish    TYC/EYC 779        2        3          3          2         4           1              4             11 2
Thunderstruck Russ Petersen EYC 919   5        1          2          3          3          3              5             12 3
Bipolar Glen Hughes EYC       907          3        5          5         4           2          6             6             19 4
Guano Happens Lyle Mayer EYC 906    4        6          4         7           5           4            7             23 5
Schock Therapy Bill Eimstead 70          7         4         6         5           6           5            7             26 6
Time Warp Ted Walkup EYC 784          6         7          7         6           7           7            7             33 7

2017 EYC Memorial Day Regatta

Pos Sail  Boat                  Skipper                  Yacht Club    1  2  3  4  5  6           Total    Pos

1    649  H20 Boa           Gordon Mattatall    E Y C            1  5  3  1  4  1       15T       1  

2   656  Aquila                Paul Stephens          E Y C            5  1  2  4  1  2       15T          2  

3908  Loose Nuts           Keven Dickey          EYC              3  2  5  5  2  4          21          3

4 919  thunderstruck      Russell Petersen       EYC              2  3  1  3  6  8          23          4  

5 779  GiddyUp               Ron Fish                EYC/TYC    4  4  7  2  3  5           25         5

6784  Time Warp           Ted Walkup             EYC              6  7  4  7  8  3          35         6  

7906  Guano Happens!  Lyle Mayer               EYC              7  6  8  8  5  6           40        7  

8209  Wild Rover          Michael tieman         EYC              8  8  6  6  7  7           42       8  

St. Thomas International Regatta

Your Class is Invited! St. Thomas International Regatta - March 23-25, 2018
 

We’d like to invite the Santana 20 Class to race in the 2018 St. Thomas International Regatta! 

The regatta will take place March 23-25, 2018, in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

 Organizers of the St. Thomas International Regatta are on a mission to make this event the friendliest in the Caribbean for one-design classes! Why? There are five great ‘must-do’ reasons.

 Perfect Venue: One-design racing is hot and Virgin Islands’ waters offer the perfect mix of round-the-island and round-the-buoy courses to ideally accommodate both one-design and handicap classes. STIR is managed and based at the beachside St. Thomas Yacht Club, which has had over half a century experience at running world class events!!

 No Stranger to One-Design: STIR has already successfully hosted Melges 32, VX One and C&C 30 classes as well as our homegrown IC24s. What’s more, host St. Thomas Yacht Club has a long tradition of raising home-grown one-design talent with many U.S. and World Champions on its roster.

 Easy Travel: The U.S. Virgin Islands is easy to travel to from the U.S. or Europe by plane for crews and boats via container or transport ship.

 Ultimate Tropical Vacation Destination: Late winter is the perfect time to take a break from the cold and take the family on a sailing holiday. The U.S. Virgin Islands are world-famous for its first-class resorts and restaurants, beaches, shopping, quaint historic town, sights to see and watersports activities.

 Even More Race Opportunities: There’s the potential to combine attendance at STIR with competition in other Caribbean regattas in March and April, thus providing more racing for the logistical buck.

 Here’s what we can offer:

 •           Turn-key race and logistics package

•           Easy travel to St. Thomas

•           Great racing 

•           A fun relaxing tropical destination

•           Great accommodation options

•           Dedicated class and trophies

 

Thank you for your consideration and we look forward to hearing from you!

 Chuck PesslerRegatta Directorcpessler@hotmail.com

Cell: (340) 642-3402

 Carol BareutherMedia, St. Thomas International Regattabareuther@earthlink.net

Cell: (340) 998-3650

2017 Class Championships Notice of Race Posted

2017 Class Championships Notice of Race Posted
The 2017 Santana 20 Class Championship Regatta is being hosted by Fleet 28 and Dillon Yacht Club from August 7 to 10, 2017.  Racing will be on Dillon Reservoir (Dillon, Colorado). Please visit the regatta website (www.s2017.org) where you can download a copy of the Notice of Race, learn about lodging, sailing at high altitudes, and more!