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Derwent Sailing Squadron: family teams Autumn Two-Handed Series winners


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Peter Campbell.. Saga (513) won division 1 of the Derwent Sailing Squadron's Autumn Two Handed Series, Trouble (to windward) placed fourth overall. (Credit Peter Campbell). Credit: .

Wives have often been heard to describe their husband’s yacht as ‘that other woman’ because of the time he spends sailing.  Not so with two overall winning teams in the Derwent Sailing Squadron’s Quantum Autumn Two-handed Series which ended today.

Two husband-and-wife crews were overall winners of their divisions when a fleet of 59 yachts turned out for the last of the five race series.  The only frustrations were lack of wind for much of the race.

David and Alison Creese from Bellerive Yacht Club won the Division 2 series with their Matt 1245, Obsession, while Derwent Sailing Squadron members Garry and Melinda Kennedy finished first overall in Division 3, sailing their Beneteau Oceanis 34, Pierrette.

The autumn two-handed series, unique in Australia, attracted up to 73 entries with a record 64 boats competing in race two,  the biggest fleet for any regatta  on the Derwent in years.

Today’s fickle winds caused some upsets,  but also compacted the final results, with countbacks needed to decide many placings, including the winner of Division 1, won by Saga, sailed by Bellerive Yacht Club members Chris Sheehan and Troy Grafton.

Saga took first place overall on the countback from Fred Barrett’s sportsboat Fang to the Max after both finished with 10 points,  with third placegetter Hot August Night (Nat Morgan) on 11 points.  Last race winner was John Wearne’s Fish Frenzy,  the Hick 36 previously known as Barking Mad.

In Division 2,  the Creese’s consistent scoring with Obsession gave it a comfortable three point margin from yesterday’s final race winner, Jim Thorpe’s Hydrotherapy and Pirate’s Pride (Peter Masterton).  All three are BYC boats.

In a duel between two DSS boats, just one point separated the Kennedy’s  winner Pierrette and Malcolm Cooper’s Kaiulani in Division 3 after both used the final race as their drop race.  Third overall went to Geilston Bay Boat Club entry Dynamo, skippered by Stephen Davidson.

In Division 4, Ian Stewart, better known as skipper of the successful BYC boat TasPaints, showed his helming skill in the I550 sports boat Which Way Up.  Making up the successful team was the boat’s owner Steve Davison, with Which Way Up finishing four points clear of RYCT member Peter Bingham’s J24 Street Car.

Street Car took second place on a countback from another RYCT entrant, Tim Maddox’s Quebrada. Final race winner was Squiggle (Angus Wells).

In the competitive one-design SB20 division, first place overall went to Nick Rogers’ Karabos, despite being beaten for line honours and placing sixth on corrected time.

Karabos, sailing for the RYCT, finished three points ahead of yesterday’s line honours winner Brainwave (Scott Brain, DSS) with another two points to DSS entrant Short Circuit (John Nibbs) which won the final race.

By Peter Campbell


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