Joy Wins Ti Race

Bill Dutcher on Joy won the spinnaker fleet and Brodie Cup in the 2010 Ti Race, in one of the shorter races (and one of the best sailing days) in recent years. The Corinthians received more than $1,000 in donations from participants and sponsors, which will benefit the Y-Knot Sailing program. The non-spinnaker fleet was won by Jack Haanen on Dutch Treat, the sprint fleet winner was Rik Alexanderson on Brass Ring, and Bob Glandon on Mouse3 won the multihull fleet. Congratulations to all the winners and competitors, who made for an amazing day on the lake.

You can view photos from the Ti Race on Kyle Lavoy’s Flickr page, as well as some shots from his turn as Race Committee on Wednesday night.

No Regatta at the Sagamore Sunday

Contrary to the photo and caption appearing in the Lake George Mirror this week, the Sagamore is not holding the Y-Knot Benefit/Chowderfest Regatta this year, according to Steve Colletti, director of the Offshore Sailing School at the resort.

Chowder Cup Results and Photos

Extremely light wind and a skewed course made for some difficult racing, and all three Colgates dropped out before finishing. But we enjoyed a beautiful day on the water, with ten PHRF boats and six Martin 16s. We also enjoyed the Sagamore’s hospitality, from the Chowderfest dinner on Saturday night to the awards luncheon on Sunday. Check out the photos from Maryellen Rudolph, and the complete racing results.

Sagamore Chowderfest and Regatta this Weekend

Join us for the Chowderfest and Fourth Annual Y-Knot Benefit Regatta, hosted by the Sailing School at The Sagamore. This regatta is open to all sailboats on Lake George. Spectators can watch the competition from aboard the Morgan and then join the competitors for the awards ceremony and lunch on Shelving Rock Terrace.