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2011 F18 North Americans #227331
01/23/11 08:46 PM
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Branford, CT
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FYI

Preliminary information is up on the Hyannis YC website.

Link

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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: rhodysail] #227682
01/27/11 10:05 PM
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Official website is up!
Schedule this one in, guys. It's gonna be awesome.

www.F18NorthAmericans.com

Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: tburd] #227692
01/28/11 12:11 AM
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Long Beach, California
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Team California; IN!


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: John Williams] #227702
01/28/11 08:37 AM
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Clermont, FL, USA
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Team Ding; IN!


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: David Ingram] #227704
01/28/11 08:58 AM
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Austin, TX
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Equipo Salva Vida; IN!


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: BoK] #228770
02/17/11 10:06 PM
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Is there a decent Pet friendly place to stay near the event site? We are looking at coming and will have our dog with us.


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: F-18 5150] #228852
02/19/11 05:39 PM
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Newport, RI
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Whipped this hotel list together... This isn't even all the hotels in the area.. there are TONS. I put over 30 hotels on here and most are within 2-3 miles of the club. Those prices are for september. Range from $50-$275 a night.. most on the cheaper side. There are quite a few pet friendly ones.
I will finish this eventually and fill in the rest of the phone numbers and prices.
Not sure if the condos listed at F18Northamericans.com are pet friendly or not, my guess is not.
We haven;t discussed a host hotel yet but should have that sorted out soon.

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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: wildtsail] #228854
02/19/11 06:12 PM
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Branford, CT
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FYI
We stayed at International Inn & Suites last year and it was kind of a dump.

Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: rhodysail] #228913
02/21/11 03:48 PM
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Just moved to NYC for a new job and looking to sail 2011 NAs with someone. Willing to crew entire summer on the east coast if schedules line up. 5'10" 165 lbs.

Full CV avaialable upon request - you can IM me here.


Last edited by USA2477; 02/21/11 05:07 PM.

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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: USA1273] #228922
02/21/11 06:33 PM
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Branford, CT
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Originally Posted by USA2477
Just moved to NYC for a new job and looking to sail 2011 NAs with someone. Willing to crew entire summer on the east coast if schedules line up. 5'10" 165 lbs.

Full CV avaialable upon request - you can IM me here.



Someone will PM you to get you on the e-mail list.

Schedule

Month Dates Event Location
May 21-22 Mad Catter* Syracuse, NY
June 4-5 Madison Regatta* Madison, CT
10-12 Sakonnet Regatta + Clinic* Sakonnet, RI
18-19 Hampton Beach Regatta* Hampton, NH
July 3 Statue of Liberty Race* Sandy Hook, NY
9-10 Sail Newport Regatta* Newport, RI
16-17 Lipton Cup Regatta Alter Cup Qualifier* Quincy, MA
29-31 Hyannis Regatta* Hyannis, MA
August 5-6 Buzzards Bay Regatta* New Bedford, MA
20-21 NE 100* Newport, RI
September 3-4 Quebec Regatta Quebec, Canada
17-18 Roton Point Regatta Rowayton, CT
19-24 F18 North Americans* Hyannis, MA
October 8-9 HPDO* Rye, NY



Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: USA1273] #228926
02/21/11 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by USA2477
Just moved to NYC for a new job and looking to sail 2011 NAs with someone. Willing to crew entire summer on the east coast if schedules line up. 5'10" 165 lbs.

Full CV avaialable upon request - you can IM me here.



Don't do it! He's lying! He is 5'3" and weighs 275, and has almost no sailing experience. And, he is using my sail #! laugh


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: rhodysail] #228930
02/21/11 09:01 PM
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california
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Team 5150 80% committed.
Finishing up some logistics and looking for the time off to be aproved.


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: F-18 5150] #228931
02/21/11 09:04 PM
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Newport, RI
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I work at a Hobie dealer that is 4 miles from HYC. Let me know if you need anything on this end logistically... storage, place to send a container, etc.

Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: wildtsail] #228933
02/21/11 09:17 PM
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We are looking at a cross country drive. So taking 3 weeks with a stop off in Ohio on the way in and out. Hopefully we can get a double or tripple stack set up and split some of the fuel cost for the truck. then the other teams can fly in and enjoy. Fingers crossed it works out.


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: F-18 5150] #228934
02/21/11 09:19 PM
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Will there be a chance to measure the boats at the event? My boat isn't measured and I don't have a measurer within 12 hours drive of me.


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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: F-18 5150] #228935
02/21/11 09:25 PM
02/21/11 09:25 PM
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Long Beach, California
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There will be measurement at the event, but with a whole season to go, you should really save yourself the effort and take care of it sooner. Many folks thought ahead last year and they went through the "express" line in Racine - all-up weight check and onto the beach.


John Williams

- The harder you practice, the luckier you get -
Gary Player, pro golfer

After watching Lionel Messi play, I realize I need to sail harder.
Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: John Williams] #228936
02/21/11 09:27 PM
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you going to measure at the Ditch Run or the SF-NOOD?


Richard Vilvens
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Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: F-18 5150] #228937
02/21/11 09:35 PM
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Long Beach, California
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There will be a number of measurers at the NOOD event (like there was last year). Buddy up to someone and get 'er done. Pop me a PM or an e-mail if you'd like, or pick one of the other guys.


John Williams

- The harder you practice, the luckier you get -
Gary Player, pro golfer

After watching Lionel Messi play, I realize I need to sail harder.
Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: John Williams] #228945
02/21/11 11:29 PM
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Newport, RI
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Another great reason to come to North Americans... AC World Series Event 3 September 17-25th. Article http://www.newport-now.com/2011/02/...newport-remains-on-top-ofthe-short-list/
Newport has a 75% chance to hold this event.
It's only an hour and a half from Hyannis! And your only 30 minutes from Newport on your drive to the Cape.

Re: 2011 F18 North Americans [Re: wildtsail] #229069
02/25/11 12:36 AM
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Best Airport to Fly into?


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