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 27 November 2000 Issue # 294

By Ike Stephenson

 Today's Sailing News 

Collegiate Sailing: Goodwill Regatta

Newport Harbor California was the site for the annual US/Japanese Collegiate Goodwill regatta.  32 teams compete in 2 person Flying Junior dinghies.

Trophies will be awarded to the top 5 teams.  The top 5 finishers were:

1.  UC Santa Barbra John Warnock/Suzy Glenn

2. Tufts Adam Deermount/Lisa Keith

3.  Georgetown Brian Bissell/Dana Scalere

4.  Dartmouth-women Erin Maxwell/Leslie Sandberg

5.  Dartmouth Patrick Hogan/Katie Lyndon

Top 2 Women's Teams

including Dartmouth above and

7.  Tufts University Women Jen Provan and Laurin Manning

Country With Least Points 

USA 3200
Japan 4159

Top Japanese Team

Fukuoka University 8th including a race win.

From Torresen Sailing Site's home area Western Michigan finished 26th, top race a 10th in race 3.

Match Racing: Women's World Championship

The first day of sailing was canceled due to a lack of wind.  Host for the regatta is the St. Petersburg Yacht Club.

8 of the 24 skippers receive an early round by and won't sail until Tuesday.  These include: defending champion Dorte Jensen, Betsy Alison, Shirley Robertson and Christine Briand.

 

 

 

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Special Photo Series: Historic Laker in Muskegon

Below is the first of 4 installments of a special photo series that will run in Sailing Daily this week.  The photos were taken over Thanksgiving weekend in Muskegon Harbor

This weekend the Arthur M. Anderson visited Muskegon.  The vessel stopped to have repairs done to her boilers.

The Anderson is most famous for sailing in company with the Edmund Fitzgerald the nite of the Fitzgerald's loss.  Once the Fitzgerald was missing the Anderson turned into the storm on a perilous search mission.

Arthur M. Anderson at the Mart Dock, downtown Muskegon

Overall dimensions
Year Built 1952
Length 767'00"
Beam 70'00"
Depth 36'00"
Capacity (tons) 25,300 tons
Steam turbine horsepower 7,700

 

Northern Boiler of Muskegon performed repairs


Sunday nite, the Anderson was joined by the Algoma at the Lafarge Cement dock and an unidentified tug/barge

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