2018 Gaucho Regatta - Silver

Summary

Saturday, March 10:

As is the case with the Gaucho, conditions are never perfect. This year boasted stormy, rainy conditions in the forecast. Fortunately, with that came some wind, but not too much. The difficult factor was that there was varying amounts of breeze coming up to 8 knots at times and then dying to nothing. After a short postponement on the water, a front came through and allowed for some decent racing in breeze from the east (a rarely seen direction in SB).

Breeze shut down again under a reasonable downpour. To allow the sailors to at least wait it out under some tents, an onshore postponement was put into place. About an hour later, wind came up again from a fully different direction. At the end of the day, there were four races completed in Gold for both A and B division. Silver finished 2 A races and 1 B race due to some difficulties with rotating into the correct boats.

Sunday, March 11:

Sunday brought light and variable wind from all directions with no rain this time. Initially there was a westerly breeze which brought lots of optimism and lots of races, but it died off to a glassy, still ocean. A fairly lengthy postponement ensued while the RC did everything in it's power to get another race going. At the very end of the day, just before time ran out, they were able to squeeze in one more Gold and one more Silver race for a total of 5 Silver races and 7 Gold races. A sixth Silver A race had to be dropped off the results.

Thank you so much to the UCSB Sailing Team and Alumni for staffing a majority of the regatta. Thank you also to the SBYC, the SB Youth Sailing Foundation, Craig Scheiblauer, and Geoff Fargo for use of their equipment to keep the event safe and operating well. Finally, congratulations to Point Loma for taking the win in Gold and Tamalpais for winning Silver!

Score summary

SchoolTeamAPBPTOT
1TamalpaisRed Tailed Hawks 1392160
2PV PeninsulaPanthers273562
3Monte VistaMustangs353267
4Long Beach WilsonBruins432568
5Palos VerdesSea Kings521769
6Dos PueblosChargers215172
7Design Techd.tech 1325587
8Cathedral CatholicDons533790
9Sage HillLightning 1425496
10CoronadoNado4165106
11The UrbanBlues6646112
12Vikings1997116
13AcalanesDons6064124
14Mater DeiMonarchs7363136
15Marin CatholicWildcats7470144
16La JollaVikings9056146
17TamalpaisRed Tailed Hawks 26186147
*18BerkeleyYellowjackets10655161
*19InternationalJaguars9467161
20Sato Academy of MathRyūj Dragon8295177
21Design Techd.tech 210581186
*22CampolindoCougars84113197
*23Sage HillLightning 289108197
24Design Techd.tech 3120104224
25Torrey PinesFalcons 1140MRP140MRP280
26Torrey PinesFalcons 2148MRP143MRP291
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*Head-to-head tiebreaker

Score history

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