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2019 'ROUND-THE-ISLAND RACE : The Edgartown Yacht Club

July 27, 2019
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Ryan Conway Posted on Nov 25, 2019 09:26 EST
Looking for opportunities in 2020. Boston based, willing to travel anywhere. Experience includes inshore racing, offshore racing, coastal deliveries, charters, and classic boats (1902). I prefer Bow or foredeck, but willing to slide in where ever needed.

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Rich Hehre Posted on Jul 06, 2019 09:05 EST
Long time Vineyard Haven Yacht Club sailor and sailing instructor looking to repeat the race. Compete on a regular basis on Alerion 28, but have sailed PHRF many years. Also sailed Shields, Solings, Sonars, Etchells. Live on the V with lots of local knowledge, and very available to sail.

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Berend Veldhoen Posted on Jun 27, 2019 10:12 EST
Having joined EYC as a member with my family 2 years ago it is now time to experience the famous Round The Island race! We are summer residents and live in Holland year round. I keep a Dehler 46 ft sailing yacht in my home port of Scheveningen. We race it long distance on the North Sea between Holland and the UK. I'm looking for a relaxed crew to join, any position is fine. I'll bring 220 lbs, lots of power for a 55 yr old and some good humor. Looking forward to any positive reactions. Best regards, Berend Veldhoen

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Philip Hobbs Posted on Feb 28, 2019 14:32 EST
Philip Hobbs, 603-583-0883 I have been sailing / racing for about 25 years ranging from Laser to 46’ Lake Champlain racing J29 - Primary Position: Cockpit. Jubilee Yacht Club, Beverly, MA (6 seasons): Buoy and distance races. J24 - Adrenalin Rush – Primary Position: Cockpit. Finn Gulf 38/37 – Gold Watch/Blue Finn – Primary Position: Foredeck, Secondary Position everything except navigation. Marblehead to Halifax race and return with a win in our class. Gulf of Maine Racing Association (6 seasons): Buoy and distance races. Beneteau First 456 – Primary Position: Mast, Secondary Position everything except navigation. Crew Chief for two Gulf of Maine races. Newport Bermuda race: Mast, Foredeck, Helm. Newport Bermuda return: everything except navigation. Delivery: 2 man crew delivering a 46’ sailboat from Beaufort, NC to New London, CT. We did not use the ICW and it was non-stop. Owner: Capri 25. Courses: ASA 101, 103, 104, 105. J/World Performance Sailing

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