Notice of Race Issued for Storm Trysail Club’s 28th Block Island Race Week - June 23 -28, 2019
Includes IRC, ORC, PHRF, Multi-Hull, Performance Cruising and Non-Spinnaker Classes.
Larchmont, NY – The Notice of Race for the eagerly anticipated 28th Edition of the famed Storm Trysail Club Block Island Race Week has just been issued by Storm Trysail Club Rear Commodore and STC-BIRW Event Chair Ed Cesare. “We expect to have over 150 boats participate as we’ve expanded the number of racing formats to accommodate an even wider array of yachts – from world-class Grand Prix teams to families and friends racing their cruising boats. We will have the usual Windward/Leeward racing for the majority of the classes, but we will also include Pursuit and ‘Solent-Style’ racing formats.”
BLOCK ISLAND RACE WEEK 2019
Larchmont, N.Y., September 27, 2017 - After the successful running of the 27th Storm Trysail Club Block Island Race Week, the Storm Trysail Club Rear Commodore and 28th Block Island Race Week Chairman, Ed Cesare, has announced the dates for the next biennial event - Sunday, June 23rd through Friday, June 28th, 2019.
BLOCK ISLAND RACE WEEK PERPETUAL PRIZES AWARDED
EVERETT B. MORRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY Winner, Good Trade, Bruce Stone, skipper, Nicole Breault, co-owner, mainsail trimmer and tactician, Marc Acheson, headsail trimmer, Bill Higgins, bow, John Sahagian, pit, and Casey Williams, bow. Photo Credit: PhotoBoat.com
- EVERETT B. MORRIS MEMORIAL TROPHY
First awarded in 1967 and rededicated in 1991, it is presented to the Block Island Race Week participant who wins its class and, in the judgment of the race committee and the Commodore, has made the Best Overall Performance.
GOOD TRADE - BRUCE STONE & NICOLE BREAULT
Thank you for Participating in Block Island Race Week!!
Thank you for participating in this important survey to provide The Storm Trysail Club (STC) with feedback about Block Island Race Week. In our continuing effort to present the best Race Week possible to you we have three objectives of equal importance: Thank you for participating in this important survey to provide The Storm Trysail Club (STC) with feedback about Block Island Race Week. In our continuing effort to present the best Race Week possible to you we have three objectives of equal importance:
1. Solicit input from participants – about both on the water and off water activities.
2. To understand the economic impact of Race Week on Block Island.
3. To develop information about Race Week that will help STC attract and retain sponsors so that we can keep your costs to a minimum.
Your answers are completely anonymous and will only be used to create a composite picture of Race Week and its participants.
We look forward to seeing you at the next Block Island Race Week scheduled for June 17-21, 2019.
Day 5: All good things must come to an end
That's a wrap for the 27th Storm Trysail Block Island Race Week. Racing commenced on time, then the fog rolled in with a building sea breeze providing the sailors with challenging conditions to cap off a great week. Click on the image below to read this issue of the 1BI.