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2011 GCBSR Results

Place Schooner Captain Home Port
Class AA, 127 nm
1 America 2.0 Andrew Neuhauser New York, NY
2 Lady Maryland Michael Fiorentino Baltimore, MD
Class A, 127 nm
1 Woodwind Ken Kaye Annapolis, MD
2 Prom Queen Roger Worthington Cambridge, MD
3 Heron Aram Nersesian Solomons Island, MD
Class B, 80 nm
1 Adventurer 65 Mark Faulstick Norwalk, CT
2 Sally B Daniel MacLeod Galesville, MD
3 Dove II Michael Taber Northport, ME
Class C, 80 nm
1 Avelinda Diane Sternberg Wheeler Bay, ME
2 Cuchulain Bill Durkin Pasadena, MD

The complete 2011 Official Race Results may be viewed as a PDF file.

2011 Awards

The Black Dog Trophy was created in 2006 to honor the individual(s) who supports the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race in the spirit of Captain Lane Briggs (1932-2005), the founder of the GCBSR. Named after Captain Briggs? faithful companion, Reb, this bronze statue of a black dog signifies loyalty to the race mission and faithful and honorable support for the event without personal recognition. In the words of Captain Briggs, "It's amazing what you can get done if you don't care who gets credit for it!"

The board of directors presents this award, honoring significant contributions to the race, as deserved and not on an annual basis, making it the most prestigious presentation of the organization.

This year, David Junkins, past chair and now vice president of the GCBSR board, received the Black Dog Award.

The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race Perpetual Trophy was awarded to America 2.0 (AA Fleet), Andrew Neuhauser at the helm, with the best corrected time at Thimble Shoal of 20 hours and 3 minutes.

The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race Clock, awarded for line honors at Thimble Shoal ? the fastest schooner in the race, also went to America 2.0 with an elapsed time of 23 hours and 36 minutes.

The Howdy Bailey Buckle, awarded to a B or C Fleet schooner for line honors at Windmill Point, was given to Adventurer 65 (B Fleet), sailed by Mark Faulstick, with an elapsed time of 25 hours, 20 minutes and 57 seconds.

The Michelob Chesapeake Bay Challenge Trophy was awarded to Avelinda (C Fleet), Diane Sternberg at the helm, with the best corrected time at Windmill Point of 21 hours, 13 minutes and 20 seconds.

The Rebel Educational Trophy balances the triad of the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race: a valiant race down the length of the Chesapeake Bay; historical preservation of the schooner fleet; and an education program focused on the heritage, ecology and natural resources of the Chesapeake Bay. We all know that it takes an experienced crew to race a schooner under full sail, but often the educational program the schooner carries along goes unnoticed. The schooners participating in the education program spend untold hours planning, fundraising, training and executing their educational program. The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race Educational Program Committee selects the schooner deserving recognition for their contribution to this essential element. It is the schooners' educational programs that will perpetuate Captain Briggs' vision of the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race for generations to come.

Liberty Clipper received the Rebel Educational Trophy this year.





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