More than 100 boats in nine classes made the fourth annual Charlotte Harbor Regatta the largest regatta in the history of the Harbor. I told the gathered sailors at the Saturday night social that the Harbor hadn’t seen that many boats at one time since Ponce de Leon arrived 500 years ago.
Class champs prevailed by winning early and winning often. Williams Jeffers and William Whalen dominated the Hobie 16 class, winning four races and placing second twice to top the Hobie 16 fleet.
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