UKWA National and European Championships 2022 Arun Y C
Arun Y C
UKWA National and European Championships Day 1
Sailed: 2, Discards: 0, To count: 2, Entries: 30, Scoring system: Appendix A
|1st||Gold||The Smuggler||11321||Rollesby Broad SC||Michael McNamara||Simon Townsend||1.0||1.0||2.0||2.0|
|2nd||Gold||Restless||11093||Datchet Water SC||Andrew Wilson||Tom Wilson||6.0||2.0||8.0||8.0|
|3rd||Gold||11398||Rollesby Broad SC||Richard Bailey||Ian Curtis||2.0||6.0||8.0||8.0|
|4th||Gold||Intermezzo||11012||Medway YC||Tim Townsend||Jacqueline Townsend||3.0||8.0||11.0||11.0|
|5th||Gold||11101||Chipstead SC||Sam Pygall||John Clementson||5.0||7.0||12.0||12.0|
|6th||Gold||Senior Moment||11211||Medway SC||Mark Lee||Alex Lee||8.0||5.0||13.0||13.0|
|7th||Gold||Absolute Fiasco||11120||Bough Beech SC||Guy Marks||Mel Titmus||12.0||4.0||16.0||16.0|
|8th||Gold||Big Dipper||10688||Shoreham SC||Bill Whitney||John Shelton||4.0||12.0||16.0||16.0|
|9th||Gold||Wita||10787||Herslev Strand Selklub||Jan Kjeldsen||Jorgen Binzer||10.0||9.0||19.0||19.0|
|10th||Gold||Muffin||10974||Medway YC||Richard Stone||Catherine Gore||7.0||15.0||22.0||22.0|
|11th||Gold||11323||Blithfield SC||Richard Hartley||Mark Hartley||20.0||3.0||23.0||23.0|
|12th||Gold||Happy Ever After||11118||Wilsonian SC||John Goudie||Sam Boniface||13.0||11.0||24.0||24.0|
|13th||Gold||Hurcules’ Hound||10686||Medway YC||Brian McKenzie||Elizabeth McKenzie||15.0||10.0||25.0||25.0|
|14th||Gold||10812||Middelfart Sejlklub||Xavier Phelipon||Ida Moller Nielsen||14.0||13.0||27.0||27.0|
|15th||Silver||ZigZag||10716||Shoreham SC||Robin Hobson||Mandy Hammond||19.0||14.0||33.0||33.0|
|16th||Gold||LBV||10673||Bough Beech SC||David Roberts||Mike Bryant||21.0||16.0||37.0||37.0|
|17th||Silver||Poseidon||11406||Parkstone YC||Ian Sergeant||Anjali Sargeant||16.0||21.0||37.0||37.0|
|18th||Silver||Oystercatcher||10757||Blackwater SC||Steve Perkins||Dianne Perkins||18.0||20.0||38.0||38.0|
|19th||Gold||Captain Jack||10866||Parkstone YC||Jackie Dobson||David Mitchell||9.0||31.0 RET||40.0||40.0|
|20th||Silver||Guinness II||11282||Swarkstone SC||Nigel O’Donnell||Belinda O’Donnell||23.0||17.0||40.0||40.0|
|21st||Silver||Loose Knots||10614||Medway YC||Mark Penny||Sharon Mason||17.0||24.0||41.0||41.0|
|22nd||Silver||11139||Parkstone YC||Sean Murray||Helen Murray||11.0||31.0 RET||42.0||42.0|
|23rd||Bronze||Pippin||10556||Castle Cove SC||Michael Dillistone||Andrew Criswick||22.0||22.0||44.0||44.0|
|24th||Bronze||Sapphire||10916||Parkstone YC||Philip Powell||Mike Board||26.0||19.0||45.0||45.0|
|25th||Silver||Knot Rushin’||11405||Medway YC||Philip Clarabut||Ed Hobart-Smith||25.0||20.0 TPO||45.0||45.0|
|26th||Bronze||Teal||3||Arun YC||Mark Nicholls||Tristram Webb||28.0||18.0||46.0||46.0|
|27th||Bronze||Nut Cracker||10828||Datchet Water SC||Derek Lambert||Sue Risbridger||24.0||23.0||47.0||47.0|
|28th||Bronze||Dye Happy Again||11414||East Down YC||Henry O’Friel||Elaine Vogan||27.0||31.0 RET||58.0||58.0|
|29th||Bronze||YOLO||11129||Arun YC||Paul Hughes||Jeremy Rose||29.0||31.0 RET||60.0||60.0|
|30th||Bronze||Moody Blue||8383||Arun YC||Cam Hughes||Nick Rusbridge||30.0||31.0 RET||61.0||61.0|
Scoring codes used
|TPO||Tally Out Penalty||20|
Sailwave Scoring Software 2.29.0
Wayfarer Southern Area Championship at Shoreham Sailing Club
by Tim Townsend 29 Jul 06:20 BST16-17 July 2022
The Wayfarer fleet had a chance to warm up for their National Championship in August when they visited Shoreham Sailing Club over the weekend of 16/17 July for their Southern Area Championships and Craftinsure National Circuit event.
A fleet of 13 boats competed over the weekend. The fleet included the first appearance on the circuit this season of Bill Whitney and John Shelton from the host club. Shoreham SC also provided a couple of ringers in borrowed boats because local talents Peter Snowdon and Louise Carr borrowed 11046 and young tyro Calum Tait sailed 10690 with the experienced Philip Ayton as his crew.
This event was also an opportunity for Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend to debut their new boat. We are obviously going to have to look out for a black boat at the front of the fleet in future rather than the famous aqua green coloured hull.
Racing took place over two days of hot sunshine. The wind, in truth, did not reach the forecast strength and racing took place on Saturday in a south easterly peaking at about 10 knots but fading as the afternoon went on. The third and final race of the day was sailed in much lighter conditions which meant the race was a bit of a struggle for all.
Sunday’s racing was held in similar conditions. Again, the wind did not rise much above 10 knots and was mostly lighter than that.
There were encouraging performances from several teams over the weekend. Bill and John placed second in the first and third races to finish third overall just in front of Andrew and Martin Wilson. Just behind the Wilsons were Calum and Philip who, after a mediocre Saturday, enjoyed some excellent results on the Sunday. In taking second place overall, John Goudie and Sam Boniface continued their good form from the Inland Championships at Datchet a couple of months ago, winning the second race and being well placed at various times in most of the other races over the weekend.
The winners were Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend who seemed to get faster as the weekend went on as they adjusted to their new boat. They won five of the six races sailed but did not have it all their own way. They won the first race only in the last few yards of the final beat to the finish line. They were well beaten in the second race by the corner banging John and Sam. In all of the other races, however, Michael and Simon were pretty much in control and seemed to master the difficult conditions with aplomb.
William Warren and his team managed the racing efficiently and even brought out the black flag after just the one general recall (mistaking us for Merlins, no doubt) but that seemed to do the trick. No more misdemeanours. A big thank you to everybody at Shoreham SC for making the Wayfarers so welcome and we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
|1st||11321||Michael McNamara||Simon Townsend||Rollesby Broad SC||1||?2||1||1||1||1||5|
|2nd||11118||John Goudie||Sam Boniface||Wilsonian SC||?5||1||4||2||5||3||15|
|3rd||10688||Bill Whitney||John Shelton||Shoreham SC||2||3||2||3||?9||6||16|
|4th||11093||Andrew Wilson||Martin Wilson||Datchet Water SC||3||4||?6||4||4||2||17|
|5th||10690||Calum Tait||Philip Ayton||Shoreham SC||(DNC)||7||8||5||2||4||26|
|6th||10673||David Roberts||Tegwyn Tricker||Bough Beech SC||4||5||?9||9||3||7||28|
|7th||11046||Peter Snowdon||Louise Carr||Shoreham SC||10||?11||3||6||6||5||30|
|8th||10686||Brian McKenzie||Liz McKenzie||Medway YC||?8||8||5||8||7||8||36|
|9th||11398||Richard Bailey||Ian Curtis||Rollesby Broad SC||6||9||7||7||?11||9||38|
|10th||11012||Tim Townsend||Jacqueline Townsend||Medway YC||7||6||10||?11||8||10||41|
|11th||11129||Paul Hughes||Jeremy Rose||Arun YC||11||10||?13||10||10||11||52|
|12th||11282||Nigel O’Donnell||Belinda O’Donnell||Swarkestone SC||9||?12||12||12||12||12||57|
|13th||10716||Chas Hammond||Mandy Hammond||Shoreham SC||12||?13||11||13||13||13||62|
Wayfarer training and open meeting at Banbury Sailing Club as in Y&Y
The wind was blowing across the lake and gusting at times in excess of 20 mph. This was not the ideal wind direction but gave shifty and gusty conditions which provided plenty of challenges for the crews and opportunities for gains and losses in each race as they navigated their way around the seemingly random puffs and lulls. The wind increased over the course of the day and the last race was particularly difficult.
Nigel and Belinda sailing 11282 and Tim and Jacqueline sailing 11012 enjoyed a very close first race. Nigel and Belinda led at the first windward mark and although they were pushed hard from time to time by Tim and Jacqueline they maintained their lead throughout winning the race by fewer than 20 seconds. Andy and Paul sailing 9646 came third.
After a short break the second race began with Tim and Jacqueline getting away from the fleet at the first mark. They led comfortably throughout for a wire to wire win. Behind them, Nigel and Belinda enjoyed a distinctly average start and had to claw back places during the race. They had a close battle for much of the race with Michael and Christopher sailing 10700. Nigel and Belinda eventually prevailed with Michael and Christopher coming third, a definite improvement on their sixth place in the first race.
After lunch, the final race was sailed with all at stake, on a slightly modified course.
It was Michael and Christopher who got the advantage up the first beat and led the fleet for most of the race from there. Behind them, Tim and Jacqueline and Nigel and Belinda were having a very close race between themselves, exchanging positions regularly. At the beginning of the final lap, however, Nigel and Belinda took advantage of a shift and increased pressure and made their break into a clear second place.
Both Nigel and Belinda and Tim and Jacqueline were gaining on Michael and Christopher. Indeed, Nigel and Belinda took the lead briefly on the final leg of the race only for Michael and Christopher to regain the lead just before the finish line and take the gun.
Nigel and Belinda deservedly won the open meeting on count back from Tim and Jacqueline and took home the new Wayfarer trophy presented by Banbury SC. Michael and Christopher moved up to third overall with their final race win. First local boat was 9646 sailed by Andy and Paul.
The day before the open meeting, twelve boats had assembled at the club for a Wayfarer training day. The instruction was led by Michael McNamara, legend of the Wayfarer and many other classes besides. Attendees ranged from newbie racers to people who were regulars on the national circuit. Michael pitched his instruction perfectly and there was something for everybody to take away from the day, with instruction on boat setup and trim and boat handling exercises on the water.
A big thank you to Andy Darby and everybody at Banbury Sailing Club for organising the training day and the open meeting, for making the visitors welcome, and an special thanks to the ladies in the galley who provided lunches each day and an evening meal on Friday evening. The racing itself was calmly and efficiently organised by the race officer, Tim Matthews, and his team.
|3rd||10700||Michael||Chris||Leigh and Lowton SC||?6||3||1||4|
Wayfarer Western Championships at West Oxfordshire Sailing Club
As well as the Western Area Championships, this would be the second event in the Craftinsure National Circuit and Travellers Series 2022 supported by Craftinsure, McNamara Sails and Hartley Boats.
For the fleet, this was the first time back at West Oxfordshire since 2019 when Wayfarer legend Brian Lamb was victorious over two days of contrasting conditions (windy and light). As usual the club provided a very warm welcome to visitors from as far afield as Derbyshire and Norfolk. The seven visitors were joined by four home boats to create an 11 strong field, while sharing the event with a Wanderer fleet.
Following on from Datchet, many of the main protagonists had journeyed to a beautiful part of the world in the Oxfordshire countryside. Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend made an appearance at West Oxfordshire for the first time in several years. Andrew Wilson was joined by semi-regular inland crew Sue Risbridger. Circuit stalwarts Nigel and Belinda O’Donnell had journeyed down from Derby and have demonstrated some fine form in tight, restrictive inland waters previously (usually the tight restrictive inland water waters at Swarkestone!). The “heroes of Datchet” John Goudie and Sam Boniface were looking to continue their form from that event and Mark Lee and Sam Pygall were in attendance, with Sam able to sail the entire weekend. The stage was set for competitive sailing.
Day 1 dawned. The wind was blowing from the East, with a hint of North, varying between F2 and F5 in the gusts. For those not familiar with West Oxfordshire Sailing Club, the wind direction meant short, gusty, super shifty beats of about 50 metres across the pond and a beam/broad reach down the length of the pond. Scary. The race officer set a creative course that had no gybes but plenty of opportunity for thrills and spill where boat handling had to be immaculate to avoid anything untoward.
Continuing the battle from Datchet, McNamara and Townsend and Wilson and Risbridger shot off a tight startline and were showing the rest of the fleet how to master the tricky conditions, with Lee and Pygall and Goudie and Boniface in hot pursuit. But then disaster struck Andrew and Sue as they were blown over by one of the more vicious gusts which gave Lee and Pygall an opportunity to sneak through. The first broad reach of the race gave crews the opportunity to stick or twist – twist and fly the spinnaker with the tantalising opportunity to gain boat lengths or stick with white sail sailing, which although slow, gave some hint of control. McNamara and Townsend provided a demonstration to the rest of the fleet of keeping 3 sails under control in the conditions, followed by Lee and Pygall and then Goudie and Boniface. Local team Day and Williams came through for a creditable fourth.
After a well-earned lunch, Race 2 followed a similar pattern. McNamara and Wilson pulled someway clear and were battling intensely as the front of the fleet for a few rounds, followed by Lee and Pygall and local team Day and Williams. Unluckily for Wilson and Risbridger, lightning struck twice and they were undone again by a bad gust and went for a second swim. This allowed McNamara to sail off into the distance, followed by the consistent Lee and Pygall who continued to explore the limits of their spinnaker work and Day and Williams.
Race 3 finalised the day and with Andrew and Sue taking some time out following their swims, McNamara completed a perfect score for the day with an inland water horizon job, demolishing the fleet despite the tricky and testing conditions. Lee and Pygall were a clear second, using the spinnaker as much as they dared, and McNamara club mates Richard Bailey and Ian Curtis completed the podium. The O’Donnells got their best result of day 1 with a creditable fourth, having held second briefly early in the race.
The fleet gathered for a fish and chip supper laid on by the host club and were grateful for the prospect of only two races on the Sunday and a forecast of some moderation of the wind, at least with respect to the strength of the gusts
Sunday arrived and the wind was broadly in the same direction but the gusts felt less severe. Races 4 and 5 for the weekend were held back-to-back. Lee and Pygall flew into an early lead in race 4 for the first few laps but were reeled in by Wilson and Risbridger and McNamara and Townsend who then proceed to have a great battle over a testing course which continued to present both wind shift and gust challenges. In the end, Wilson and Risbridger emerged triumphant to break McNamara’s run and take a well-deserved bullet. Lee and Pygall, continuing to sail consistently, made up the podium. Goudie and Boniface returned to the front of the fleet with a fourth.
Race 5 started with the final step of the podium to be decided. Similar to races 1 and 2, Wilson and McNamara flew off and again battled around the racecourse, this time with McNamara prevailing, picking up his 4th win in 5 races. The highest level of sailing in some of the trickiest inland waters on the circuit. Lee and Pygall – a new pairing sailing only their 3rd event – completed the podium in race 5.
Andrew and Sue’s second in the last race was just enough to pull through and take 3rd place in the event overall. Mark and Sam were rewarded for their spinnaker work on Day 1 and consistency on day 2 to take the runners-up prize. But, overall, no one could touch Michael and Simon in conditions where mental and physical stamina, wind anticipation and overall boat handling brought their rewards in terms of scores. Kudos as well to John Goudie and Sam Boniface who continued some of the good form from Datchet, local sailors Andrew Day and J-P Williams and Richard Bailey and Ian Curtis. Mention should be made also of youngsters Emily Batterton and Jasmine Speller who competed in a new MK IV club boat and completed 3 of the 5 races.
The next Wayfarer open meeting is Banbury SC over the Jubilee weekend in June. This event does not form part of the National Circuit but does provide an opportunity for a training day with Michael McNamara followed by a one-day regatta at a venue not visited by the Wayfarer fleet in recent times.
|1st||10648||Michael McNamara||Simon Townsend||Rollesby Broad SC||1||1||1||?2||1||4|
|2nd||11211||Mark Lee||Sam Pygall||Medway YC||2||2||2||?3||3||9|
|3rd||11093||Andrew Wilson||Sue Risbridger||Datchet Water SC||5||6||(DNS)||1||2||14|
|4th||11118||John Goudie||Sam Boniface||Wilsonian SC||3||5||?6||4||4||16|
|5th||11398||Richard Bailey||Ian Curtis||Rollesby Broad SC||?9||4||3||5||5||17|
|6th||11402||Andrew Day||J P Williams||West Oxfordshire SC||4||3||5||7||?8||19|
|7th||11282||Nigel O’Donnell||Belinda O’Donnell||Swarkestone SC||?7||7||4||6||6||23|
|8th||11308||Matt Batterton||Andrew Robson||West Oxfordshire SC||6||?8||8||8||7||29|
|9th||11223||Nick Harris||James Harris||Datchet Water SC||8||(DNS)||7||9||DNF||36|
|10th||11401||Emily Batterton||Jasmine Speller||West Oxfordshire SC||10||(DNS)||DNS||10||9||41|
|11th||8080||George Edmundson||Lucia Winrow||West Oxfordshire SC||(DNS)||DNS||DNS||DNS||10||46|
Y&Y report from the Inland Championships the weekend before Easter
Wayfarer Inland Championship at Datchet Water Sailing Club
by Tim Townsend 18 Apr 18:48 BST9-10 April 2022
Nobody ever said that winning sailing races is easy but if you look at the bare results from the Wayfarer Inland Championships sailed at Datchet on the weekend before Easter you would be forgiven for thinking that with three wins and two second places counting it was a bit of a walk in the park for Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend. It wasn’t.
Twelve boats came to the start area on Saturday morning for a mainly sunny series of four races in 8-14 knots of breeze coming broadly from the west. Although the pressure was, for the most part, solid, the wind oscillated all day, 10 or 15 degrees either side of the mean, more so as the wind softened towards the end of the afternoon. Originally only three races were scheduled but the forecast for Sunday was less encouraging so the RO wanted to get an extra race in the bank. Sharing the water with a large fleet of Flying Fifteens meant that the Wayfarers sailed one race before lunch and then three back to back. We also raced over the unusual course of sausage, triangle, sausage (and I’m still looking for buoy No3 on the course sheet!). All in all, there was plenty to think about during the racing.
So off we all went, on the T of Toot, looking for the windward mark in Race 1. Actually, not all. Paul Hughes and Jeremy Rose hadn’t gone far before they realised their pre-season checks hadn’t prevented a halyard from jamming in a mast sheave forcing an immediate DNF and the rest of the day sorting out a solution. The Hartleys went one better returning to the shore before the start with Mark hanging on to one shroud which had detached itself from the chainplates. The lunch gap between Races 1 and 2 was long enough for the Hartleys to resolve their issue and their DNC became a discard.
Leading at the first mark, in probably the strongest wind of the day, were Andrew and Tom Wilson. Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend were second and at this point John Goudie and Sam Boniface were third. Tim and Jacqueline Townsend gained some places on a windy three sail race during the second lap and finished comfortably in third place at the end of the race. Meanwhile, Michael and Simon battled past Andrew and Tom on lap three but didn’t recognise the shorten course signal. They started another beat and were sailing in the wrong direction just long enough for Andrew and Tom to retake the lead and win the race.
For Race 2 the fleet was almost back to full complement. Once again Andrew and Tom led at the first mark and this time held sway around the course to take their second gun. Michael and Simon were runners up once again while John and Sam got the better of Richard and Mark Hartley (it was nice to see them back in a Wayfarer) to complete the podium.
By Race 3 the wind was fluctuating quite significantly in strength and direction. Andrew and Tom led at the windward mark once more with Tim and Jacqueline in second place and holding up the rest of the fleet. The Townsends didn’t delay Michael and Simon for long though and they were soon in pursuit of Andrew and Tom, eventually passing them to take the win. Tim and Jacqueline finished third with Richard and Mark enjoying a second successive fourth place finish.
Race 4 was held in the lightest winds of the day. On this occasion it was Michael and Simon who led from start to finish while Andrew and Tom followed them round for second place. Behind them there was a battle royal going on between Richard and Mark, Mark Lee and George, and Tim and Jacqueline for third place. They eventually finished in that order.
Overnight, Michael and Simon led on count back from Andrew and Tom, both with two wins and two seconds. Tim and Jacqueline held third place overall from Richard and Mark, again on count back. John and Sam, after their third place in Race 2, sat a couple of points further back and in a challenging position for the following day.
As promised the fleet enjoyed a meal and sociable evening at The Ostrich Inn, Colnbrook. Things must have changed there for the better in recent centuries, because Richard and Mark Hartley survived an overnight stay there (which they may not have done in the C17th!).
Sunday dawned with no wind at all and we waited 90 minutes for it to fill in. When it did, it came from the south, at least as shifty as the day before, but now at no more than 6-9 knots.
Race 5 got under way with Paul and Jeremy back on the water with a new mast head sheave and a new halyard. John and Sam were fast out of the blocks, picked the shifts on the first beat and led all the way round. Behind them Mark Lee (now crewed by Sam Pygall) was going very fast and pressuring both John and Sam and Andrew and Tom. It was the Wilsons who finished second with Mark and Sam completing the podium. Meanwhile Michael and Simon were struggling to pick the shifts on the beats (I sympathise) and were stuck in mid fleet, finishing in an uncharacteristic fifth. Andrew and Tom were now in the box seat for the overall win.
Buoyed by their result in Race 5, it was Mark and Sam who shot off the start line in the final Race and led at the first mark. John and Sam were still sailing fast and smart and these two, together with Michael and Simon, pulled away from the rest of the fleet. Mark and Sam continued to lead until well into the second lap before they were overtaken by Michael and Simon who slowly increased their lead over the rest of the race to win by about 30 seconds. Mark and Sam sailed faultlessly to take the gun for second, while John and Sam continued their good form with third.
Winners overall by virtue only of their last race win were Michael and Simon. Runners up were Andrew and Tom whose fourth place in the last race became their discard. Third overall with the best results of anybody on Sunday were John and Sam.
Next up for the UK Wayfarer fleet is the Western Championships at West Oxfordshire SC on 23/24 April.
|1st||10648||Michael McNamara||Simon Townsend||Rollesby Broad SC||2||2||1||1||?5||1||7|
|2nd||11093||Andrew Wilson||Tom Wilson||Datchet Water SC||1||1||2||2||2||?4||8|
|3rd||11118||John Goudie||Sam Boniface||Wilsonian SC||5||3||5||?9||1||3||17|
|4th||11323||Richard Hartley||Mark Hartley||Blithfield SC||(DNS)||4||4||3||4||6||21|
|5th||11211||Mark Lee||George/Sam Pygall||Medway YC||?8||6||7||4||3||2||22|
|6th||11012||Tim Townsend||Jacqueline Townsend||Medway YC||3||5||3||5||6||?7||22|
|7th||11223||Nick Harris||Luke Howells||Datchet Water SC||4||?10||6||8||8||9||35|
|8th||11282||Nigel O’Donnell||Belinda O’Donnell||Swarkestone SC||?9||8||9||6||7||5||35|
|9th||10828||Derek Lambert||Sue Risbridger||Datchet Water SC||7||7||8||7||?10||8||37|
|10th||11311||Tom Morris||Greg Morris||Datchet Water SC||6||9||10||10||?11||10||45|
|11th||11129||Paul Hughes||Jeremy Rose||Arun YC||(DNF)||DNC||DNC||DNC||9||11||59|
|12th||9416||Conrad Payne||Adelle||Datchet Water SC||10||11||(DNC)||DNC||DNC||DNC||60|
Tim’s Report on the International Championships
Wayfarer Internationals 2022
Sincere and grateful thanks to all those involved in the organising and implementation of the 2022 Wayfarer International Championships held last week on Lake Eustis, Florida.
It was a truly wonderful event: extremely kind, super-generous and very friendly club hosts, with some great sailing – not without some tricky, fickle breezes at times making the decision whether to go right or left an ever important and difficult decision!
Congratulations to winners, Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend and also to runners up; Dave Moring and his daughter Ava from LESC.
International Flags flying
International Champions; Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend
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