Blog posts tagged in Rhodes 19

Hi Fellow Frost-biters,


    Saturday, November 16, offered a challenging array of weather conditions, current, and course setup.  I would like to share with you my experience and insight contributing to my team’s success.  On the 16th, I, Alex Wisch, was co-skippering with Niko Kotsatos.  Both of us are well-accomplished sailors with over 20 years of racing experience and this weekend was our first time sailing together.  During the first weekend we each had personal endeavors and the second weekend I sailed with Amanda Farnham.  I was personally a little nervous about the dynamics in the boat this weekend since both of us were strong-headed skippers.  We had decided that I would start the first race, since I had won the previous weekend.

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  It was a beautiful day to open the season! After a random drawing to decide the boat assignments this week, we will be moving to a standard rotation for the rest of the season. All 24 Rhodes 19s got out on the line, and after a slightly delayed start, 6 races were completed for the day. With the exception of the final race, our courses were “Course 4” meaning that there was a windward mark, offset, and a leeward gate,
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