You think the Harbor 20 is tough-wait till you find yourself in the middle of a
swarm of Santana 22's!
I think we were 1-1 against him last year-we were only both out twice, I think.
From: Nancy & Pat Broderick <broderic at sonic.net>
To: Michael Kennedy <michaelkennedy05 at yahoo.com>
Cc: Santana 22 list <tuna at myfleet.org>
Sent: Tue, March 6, 2012 11:18:08 AM
Subject: Re: [Santana 22] Beer Cans
Okay, so I'm not sailing a Tuna anymore, but I think I'll be sailing the Merit
22 in the EYC Twilights this season. I'll be looking for crew, so maybe some of
you would like to sail on a wanna be boat? That Harbor 20 is one tough boat to
"WIND SINGER" Merit 22 #M14
On Mar 6, 2012, at 10:48 AM, Michael Kennedy wrote:
Hey all-time to start thinking about the spring/summer beer can schedule. EYC's
first Spring Twilight is only a month away.
>>Pariah will be doing the Encinal Spring and Summer Twilights. It's every other
>Friday evening in the Estuary, with Spring and Summer scored separately. It's
>spinnaker or non-spiinnaker. We sailed non-spin last year, and the only other
>boat in our class was a Harbor 20 that didn't always come out.
>>So-calling all Estuary Tunas-let's all sail the same series together so we have
>a nice big fleet. I vote for EYC non-spin because Friday sailing is a great way
>to kick off the weekend, the boat's already in the water and ready to go if
>you're sailing that weekend, it's a fun but mellow course, BBQ aat the club
>after, and OD is more fun that getting mowed down by big PHRF boats in the same
>>Doesn't that sound great????
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