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Listing of historical hull weights, mast weights and measurement certificate info including most current information.

An * indicates an estimated weight. Last update 6/17/19.

2019 Travel Trophy Series has started! George Rosman, MCYRA Chief Measurer from 1961 to 1974, established this event to encourage Mercury owners to travel to regattas. 

Nov 9 - 10, 2019 
Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club

San Pedro, CA

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Listing of historical hull weights, mast weights and measurement certificate info including most current information.

An * indicates an estimated weight. Last update 6/17/19.

2019Fall podium

This past Saturday the first Annual Fall Mercury Regatta  was kicked off at the Richmond Yacht Club.

Nine  boats started in a 12+ knot gusting breeze which was kicked up by a passing front. Before and after Saturday, much calmer conditions... "you should have been here last week"  

None the less, despite the rowdy conditions, we had a big turnout of new faces.

Regatta results:

Skipper/Crew Sail # Name Club TOTAL R1 R2 R3
John Ravizza USA 537 StFYC 4 4 2 1 1
Chris Boome
David Bacci USA 548 Marauder RYC 9 9 1 2 6
Patrick Murphy
Jim Bradley USA 553 StFYC 9 9 4 3 2
Kathy Bradley
Lyn Hines USA 541 Huitres RYC 10 10 3 4 3
Odile Hines
Chris Davis USA 529 Makani EYC 14 14 5 5 4
Bob Scholl
Anthony Chargin USA 577 Cure StFYC 17 17 6 6

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Race photos and video here

MONTEREY PENINSULA YACHT CLUB
NOTICE OF RACE

2019 MERCURY INVITATIONAL 2019-2020 PERRY CUP SERIES

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Schedule:

Saturday, November 2, Races 1, 2 & 3
Sunday, November 3, Races 4, 5 & 6
Saturday, December 7, Races 7, 8 & 9
Saturday, January 4, Races 10, 11 & 12
Saturday, February 1, Races 13, 14 & 15
1200 WARNING SIGNAL FOR FIRST RACE EACH DAY.
EXCEPT; NOVEMBER 2, 2019 WARNING SIGNAL AT 1300

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 2019 Regatta Schedule )

Updated April 29, 2019

Richmond Yacht Club โ€“ Sept. 13-14
17 boats
After a long delay on shore, the PRO Fred Paxton got the fleet out for the first 3 races of this 5 race series. John Ravizza with crew Chris Boome showed the same great speed that had helped John win the Huntington Regatta a month earlier. John was celebrating his birthday by leading all the way for a win in Race 1.

This was the 70th anniversary sailing the Labor Day regatta which back in the day counted 60 boats sailing. Launching must have been amazing.  It was our third time coming to the Stillwater YC and this was the best so far with great wind and a notably hospitable reception by the Commodore Denise Foderaro who is very enthusiastic about Mercury's and their history at the club. 

Hello all Mercury Class Members!

Just a quick update from your President, I know its been a while, but it has been a busy summer.

Since my last report the NorCal series wrapped up, another successful series for the SF Bay Fleet. Unfortunately the SoCal series never gained any traction this year, but will push through to next Spring and make it happen! Then we had Santa Barbra Spring Regatta, with 6 boast on the line.

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Mercury sailors from all districts came together for a classic few days of racing at Huntington Lake.

Hal McCormack and the San Francisco YC ran this year's Hart Nunes Mercury regatta without any hitches, which can be difficult to organize in Racoon Straits.
Last minute entries, Scott Easom (crew Haydon Stapleton) and Jim and Kathy Bradley, spiced up the racing, making for a fun but challenging day racing in Richardson Bay.

Encinal YC put on another great series thanks to their many volunteers. Encinal is a great place to test out Mercury sailing, which new Meercury sailors Charlie McKenzie and Michael Spitz found out.

Race three of the 4 part Encinal YC Mercury series was a perfect example of what sailing in the Estuary can be. Moderate breeze, flat water and sunshine. The wind settled in to Westerly with some good puffs towards the middle of day allowing for a 5 race day over paperclip courses two times around.

Well hello again all Mercury class members near and far!!
Itโ€™s time for a class update!!

So Perry Cup 2, 3, and 4 were canceled because of stormy weather as was Mid-Wintersโ€ฆ..As many of us had hopes of getting the season back on track in March, Nor Cal #1 and So Cal #1 both were canceled due to, yep you guessed it, STORMY weather!

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Hello Mercury class,

The Class held its annual meeting Saturday January 19th in Paso Robles.  Here is a brief recap of what was discussed and voted on.
Lyn Hines of the San Francisco Bay Fleet presented a bid for the Richmond Yacht Club to host our National Championships this year.  Dates are September 12-15 2019โ€ฆโ€ฆThe bid was accepted and planning for the event is moving forward.

Hello all Mercury members!

Happy New Year!

As we wave goodbye to another very successful year of Mercury racing, we welcome and look forward to an even better 2019.

We are off to some what of a slow start. Perry Cup weekend # 1 went off without a hitch. Not so for the 2nd weekend in Dec. and 3rd weekend in Jan, with high winds and stormy skies both Saturdayโ€™s had to be canceled. Weekend #4 is on Saturday February 2nd and hopefully Dick Clark and his merry band of helpers can get in as many races as possible.

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