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Double Take is the Big Winner of Vic-Maui 2012

by Richard Ballantyne, July 28th, 2012



Ably hosted by Dan O'Hanlon, the Event Chair for Lahaina Yacht Club, the Vic-Maui 2012 Awards Banquest was held Saturday evening at on the Jodo Mission grounds in Lahaina.

The big winner of Vic-Maui 2012 is Double Take. Tom Huseby's Seattle Yacht Club boat captured the big prizes of First Overall on corrected time and First to Finish on elapsed time. She also captured the Lahaina Yacht Club Past Commodore's Trophy for First in Class on corrected time, the Governor John Burns Trophy for First in Class on elapsed time. Other Double Take trophies went to  winning navigator Brad Baker for his efforts on First To Finish corrected and First to Finish elapsed (which Brad has won numerous times); and showing that she outpaced the field from Start to Finish, Double Take also took home the Sea Q Trophy for Boat with the Best Start.

Kinetic, David Sutcliffe's Beneteau First 47.7 out of Royal Vancouver Yacht Club took home the Aloha Trophy for Second Overall (corrected), the Special Sloops Trophy First in Class B (corrected), City of Victoria Trophy for First in Class B (elapsed), First Canadian Boat to finish and First to Finish (corrected) sailing for RVYC.

Mark Ward's Radiance, sailing out of the William Seward Yacht Club from Anchorage, AK, won the new Beneteau Trophy for First to Finish (corrected) and the Joe Glass Memorial Trophy for First to Finish (elapsed) in Cruising Division.

Other winners were Bill Weinstein/Mark Brink's Terremoto for Second to Finish (elapsed), Third Overall (corrected) and Second in Class 1 (elapsed and overall), Gunnar Jonnson's Turicum for Second in Class 2 (corrected), David Ratner's Incantation for Third in Class 1 (corrected), John Gugins' Red Heather for Third in Class 2 (corrected), and Mike Cormack's Ballymack for Second in Cruising Division (corrected).

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