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J/99 'Jedi' scores another stunning trifecta

by Ray Entwistle 20 Nov 2020 06:31 GMT

J/99 'Jedi' scores another stunning trifecta win, racing offshore out of Royal Prince Alfred YC in Pittwater, near Sydney. The top mark was 8nm offshore, conditions were light 5-10 knots ESE.

'Jedi' was one of two boats sailing two-up in the combined 18 boat fleet. 'Jedi' finished first overall combined Div 1 and 2 fleets in ORC, and first ORC and IRC in Div 2. Results below where you can see the J/99 was the smallest boat by far and still beating fully crewed 40+ footers on the water.

Skipper Ray Entwistle said:

"We have now been lucky enough to experience the J/99 in many different wind and sea states and the results have been just as impressive. The first race in 8-15knots and lumpy seaway, second race in 15-25 knots and very rough seaway, third race in light conditions and fairly flat seas. The J/99 has performed outstandingly well in this wide range of conditions, is incredibly easy to manage and a real joy to sail."

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBoat NameBoat TypeFinish TimeElapsed TimeCorrectedNotes
ORC Overall Div 1 and 2
1AUS99JEDIJ/9916:09:243:54:243:48:35DED
2545PRETTY WOMANFarr 4515:29:373:14:373:54:19 
36024WINDY TOOFarr 4015:36:343:21:343:55:09 
411744XS MOMENT BNMHXP4415:42:163:27:163:55:37 
551408HARLEQUINFarr 4015:44:013:29:014:04:38 
66869TAILWINDBeneteau First 4016:05:493:50:494:09:07 
76138CONSPIRACYSydney 3816:03:423:48:424:10:27 
85944RISKSydney 3816:03:323:48:324:10:41DED
911407PUFFBeneteau 40.716:17:034:02:034:13:05 
1010447LE BILLETBeneteau 44.716:04:493:49:494:14:02 
11SA241ENZAJ/11116:12:403:57:404:15:31 
126870ASCALONBeneteau First 4016:22:404:07:404:18:49 
137158STEALTHCustom Swarbrick16:41:024:26:024:22:17 
143242SOLUTIONSDehler 4116:22:504:07:504:24:34 
157WINGSDehler 4616:07:293:52:294:24:56 
169350ELLIPSE 11Elan 350 RP16:43:394:28:394:45:17 
RET1195QUANTOCKElliot 13    
ORC Div 2
1AUS99JEDIJ/9916:09:243:54:243:48:35DED
26869TAILWINDBeneteau First 4016:05:493:50:494:09:07 
311407PUFFBeneteau 40.716:17:034:02:034:13:05 
4SA241ENZAJ/11116:12:403:57:404:15:31 
56870ASCALONBeneteau First 4016:22:404:07:404:18:49 
67158STEALTHCustom Swarbrick16:41:024:26:024:22:17 
73242SOLUTIONSDehler 4116:22:504:07:504:24:34 
89350ELLIPSE 11Elan 350 RP16:43:394:28:394:45:17 

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