International J/24 Class Association

Füred Cup in Balaton, Hungary

August 18, 2017

The Füred Cup, the final series of the One Design Trophy, was held in a strong wind this weekend at the venue of the J/24 European Championship in Hungary. Balaton showed its windy and varied sides to the sailors. The first day, races were postponed due to the strong gusts exceeding 35 knots. The wind was still puffy in the morning, but the forecast looked well for the rest of the day so after a short delay the fleet started the regatta under strong but fair conditions. Jinge won the first race—a newcomer in the Class who started only last year, but they have been improving very well this season. The defending Hungarian Champion IJroncat finished second in the first race, and JBond037 arrived as third. The wind decreased for the second start, but the fleet still used the jib to keep upright. IJroncat won the race just a couple of centimetres ahead of Jukebox, and Jinge finished third in this race. For the last race of the regatta, the wind dropped to 8-18 knots, and half of the fleet changed their jibs to genoas. The north wind was still tricky, and a former Hungarian Champion Tamás Madarász made a good decision after the start and won the race well ahead of JBond037 and IJroncat. See you at J/24 Europeans 2017! For information, visit

J/24 National Championship at the Port of Plymouth Regatta

July 22, 2017

Report by Johnny Allen: Returning to the J/24 Class after winning the 2015 World Championship and taking time off from the Class, Ian Southworth sailing Chris McLaughlin’s II Ricco showed no loss of form with an impressive set of consistent results to win the 2017 J/24 National Championship in Plymouth. Sailed as part of the Port of Plymouth Regatta, race officer Mike Johnstone and his crew ran an immaculate set of windward/leeward races in conditions ranging from 17 down to 6 knots over the three-day, nine-race competition, sailed outside the breakwater of Plymouth sound. With five different race winners, consistency was the name of the game, with Quinton Hall in Ju Ju, Matthew Conyers in Unity Lets and Roger Morris in Jolly Roger all showing excellent turns of speed, but all unable to maintain the performance throughout the weekend, finishing sixth, fifth and fourth respectively. In the end, second and third place were decided in the last leg of the event, following neck and neck racing in the lighter winds of Sunday morning. It was Class chairman Dave Cooper in Jawbreaker who pipped Nick Mcdonald’s Cacoon to take second place at the end of an excellent event, thoroughly enjoyed by all the competitors. The J/24 fleet is now preparing for a series of high profile championships, including 2018 the Worlds in Garda, Italy and the 2020 Worlds in Poole, UK. The local championships are already raising interest in the Class, with top quality competition available at a fraction of the cost of other Classes. The 2018 event is proving extremely popular with many teams already in training and using the events throughout Europe as an opportunity to prepare for the upcoming World Championships.

Pos Sail No Boat Name Helm R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 Pts
1 5219 Il Riccio Ian Southworth 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 (DNS) 14
2 4271 Jawbreaker David Cooper ‑7 6 1 4 3 2 4 4 2 4 30
3 5432 Cacoon Nick McDonald 2 5 5 3 2 3 ‑7 1 7 3 31
4 4270 Jolly Roger Roger Morris 5 1 8 5 7 6 2 ‑9 3 5 42
5 4245 Unity Lets Matthews Conyers 6 3 ‑9 6 8 9 8 2 6 1 49
6 4254 Juju Quinton Hall 3 4 2 14 4 10 ‑15 10 5 2 54
7 7207 Dogs Jorrocks Steve Wassell 8 7 4 ‑13 6 4 6 6 9 9 59
8 4213 Hijinks Mark Lewers 12 8 13 10 ‑15 5 5 12 4 11 80
9 4236 Team Impact Racing George Kennedy 4 9 7 9 12 (RET) 10 5 11 15 82
10 4100 Midnight Express Sam Marshall 11 (DSQ) 11 2 10 11 14 16 10 6 91
11 4206 Jam Too Austen Davies 10 10 12 ‑15 14 14 3 13 8 8 92
12 4026 Just the Tonic Adrian Bennett 13 13 6 12 13 12 9 8 ‑14 10 96
13 4153 Jam Ben Maddaford (DNS) 14 10 7 11 7 12 11 16 13 101
14 4260 Jeli George Kerr 9 11 ‑14 8 9 13 13 14 12 14 103
15 4103 Jojo James Torr 14 12 15 ‑16 5 8 16 7 15 12 104
16 4251 Italian Job John Gorman 15 15 ‑16 11 16 15 11 15 13 7 118

2017 World Council Meeting in October

July 3, 2017

The 2017 IJCA World Council Meeting will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at Fraglia Vela of Riva del Garda in Italy (home of the 2018 J/24 World Championship). Make sure a representative from your NJCA plans to attend. The preliminary schedule includes a welcome drink on Friday, October 20 and dinner in town at local restaurants, ahead of the day-long meeting on Saturday, October 21. Attendees should send confirmation of their participation to the IJCA Class Office at As established in the IJCA regatta rotation, a country from a continent “Other than Europe or North America” will host the 2021 J/24 World Championship. The World Council will vote on the host at this meeting. Interested parties should submit a proposal by September 1, 2017 to, following the IJCA Regatta Regulations posted at

Kiel Week

July 1, 2017

This year’s Kiel Week was marked by a variety of weather fronts that came rolling through, producing strong winds some days and light winds on others. Kieler YC had its hands full managing the fleets and getting in a full slate of races. The J/24s started earlier in the week and were fortunate to sail in good winds and complete 10 races. At 26 boats, the J/24 fleet had fantastic competition for their event. It was a battle for the top two slots on the leaderboard between two Americans from upstate New York: Mike Ingham and Travis Odenbach. In the end, Ingham’s USA 5443 team (Max Holzer, Quinn Schwenker, Marianne Schoke and Paul Abdullah) won with 29 points net. In the silver spot was Odenbach’s USA 5432 crew (Ian Coleman, Hugh Ward, Annabel Cuttermole and Jack Sharland) with 38 points net. GBR 4222 with Andrew Taylor’s crew (Izzy Savage, Robert Clark, Paul Williams and Zoe Dunne) took the bronze with 43 points net. Filling out the top five were the top two German teams: Frank Schonfeld’s GER 5412 in fourth and Stefan Karsunke’s GER 5381 in fifth place. For more Kiel Week information, visit

Wet Tech Rigging J/24 Short Course Championships

June 28, 2017

Thank you to Mick Reynolds for this report: The June long weekend saw the running of the Cronulla Sailing Club J/24 Short Course Regatta in cold though fine (almost) conditions with wind ranging from 18-3 knots over the two days of sailing. Competitors arrived from as far afield as Sandringham Yacht Club, the southern home of J/24 yacht racing in Australia, with one boat Jet (Simon Grain) and another crew lead by ‘Mr. J/24’ Hugo Ottaway (both J/24 supporters of the Cronulla event for many years), and also Wildfire (Janette Syme) and Marc Van Dinther (Pinot) made the journey from the Harbour and Botany Bay to sail in the challenging inshore conditions of Bate Bay, Cronulla. Our focus this year was to welcome new J/24 crews to the Cronulla family. Sailmates (Steve Arnold) competed in their first regatta after purchasing their J/24 locally, also Boudicca (John Zagame), an offshore crew member and now a proud J/24 owner, enthusiastically listening and improving as the weekend progressed. Wes Batty, another local from Cronulla, brought out Pandamonium, the ever popular mooring minder to race and be involved again. So to the results: Hugo Ottaway again proved too good on scratch scoring a consistent 12 with many bullets and second places. Second for the regatta was Vertigo (Clinton Hood), the current South Australian J/24 State Champion, with Renaissance (Stephen Wright) the current Jubilee Champion and Cronulla campaigner. Performance Handicap saw Vertigo pop up one place to first, Stockcar with the forever young David Mckay in second and Renaissance in third place. The Cronulla Sailing Club would like to thank all the events supporters: Wet Tech Rigging, Macquart Marine, Aussea Sailing School, Spot-A-Yacht Photography, Newton Real Estate, Short Marine, CJ Construction, Cronulla Marina and Ryan Short Marine Services for your ongoing support to this grass roots event. Hope to see you all again at Cronulla next June for the Mid-Winter Championship. Race results are available at

J/24 UK Southern Areas Report

June 20, 2017

Thanks to Rob Clark for this report: Being a bank holiday weekend, we knew what to expect… wind and rain! We got them both, but not at the same time. The UK J/24 Fleet converged on Parkstone Yacht Club for the bank holiday weekend to contest the Southern Areas, however glancing around the boat park whilst final preparations were taking place, indications were that things had gone up a gear or two for most teams. Past event winners, Olympic Coaches, Youth, National, European and World Champions filled crew spots across the fleet and certainly left you feeling that, whichever team was to rise to the top, they would have been pushed all the way. As PRO David Lush and his race team readied the course, teams began to familiarize themselves with the conditions, knowing that with five races scheduled for day one and a forecast for a freshening breeze, some energy needed to be preserved. Genoas were deemed to be the smart choice, however this was to be a brief outing for the shiny sails. Soon, the jibs were deployed by race two, and teams settled in for a day when ‘the breeze’ became ‘the wind’ and ‘the wind’ became ‘strong’! Competition was fierce as always with the U-flag quickly replaced by the black one to encourage some semblance of order. Through this, two teams showed consistent pace and good decision making, and by the end of the day their counting scores each consisted of two firsts and two seconds—Duncan McCarthy’s MADELEINE and Nick Phillips’ CHAOTIC. There was, however, a glimmer of hope for the rest of the teams with both of these standouts holding a high score discard. Behind them, the scores were extremely close with many teams showing good pace and boat handling, but not having the ability to punch clear. By the time race five started, we had gusts well into the high 20s, and had seen high octane planing downwind legs, a few wipe-outs, a broken boom, a small altercation between two J/24s and the committee boat, and a growing collection of bumps and bruises, which are the J/24 sailors’ badges of honor! After an evening recovering in front of the America’s Cup, day two offered a much gentler face of Poole Bay. Teams headed out knowing that they would need to do something special to upset the top two, and only then if assisted by a capitulation or match race between Phillips and McCarthy allowing the rest of the fleet to sneak through. Unfortunately, for the hopeful this was not to be. And, despite Andy Taylor’s PHOENIX team (Paul Williams, Rob Clark, Zoe Dunne, Izzy Savage) posting a 1,1,2 for the day, they were only able to secure the bottom step of the podium. The silver medal went to MADELEINE (Steve Phelps, Charlie Fisher, Josh Irons and Hannah McCarthy), who presumably rued the keen eye of Saturday’s race team with their Black Flag. However, having compiled the scores it was clear the top step belonged to Nick Phillips and his CHAOTIC team (Jules Scott, Rachel Montgomery, Matt Hardy and Hugh Styles). With only one counting score outside the top two, their consistent pace and good decision-making made them worthy champions.

Irish J/24 Western Championship

Eighty five sailors on 16 J/24s from around Ireland gathered in Limerick with all provinces being represented at the two-day Yachtsman Euromarine J/24 Western Championship. Crews were welcomed by their host with a complimentary bottle of beer/soft drink supplied by Gala Supermarkets. BCS Crane Hire LTD made short work of lifting the boats in and out, much to the delight of all participants in this year’s Irish Westerns. The J/24 Western Championship weekend was characterized by great racing, fantastic sailing conditions and extraordinary hospitality by the Foynes Yacht Club. The Championship, which saw boats from all around the island of Ireland take part, culminated in a great two final races in southerly breeze of 25 knots with gusts up to 30 knots.

Day 1: The Championship dawned to overcast skies with a westerly 8-10 knots of breeze. Race area one, west of the clubhouse, was chosen, which paid dividend for anyone travelling the coast road during the races as they were sailing close to the shore at Mount Trenchard that made for a spectacular sight between Foynes and Glin. Finbarr Ryan of LRYC/HYC commented, “Race one, after battling with the pin end, the fleet headed left up the beat, hugging the shore, which led to several port-starboard incidents across the fleet. Both windward marks were incident-rich, with many suffering from tide and port raiders. Race two, HARD ON PORT nailed the pin end, hugged the shore, and led from start to finish, oblivious to the battles going on astern. A similar format at the front followed for race three. In race four, with an ebbing tide, eager beavers led to a general recall. HARD ON PORT was taken out at the start, leaving JELIGNITE, SCANDAL and JAMAIS ENCORE in a battle up the first beat. With the breeze shifting right and the tide having turned, the right side of the course was favored, catching much of the fleet off guard after the swelling flood tide. More pressure and an early gybe allowed JAMAIS to move from third to first & dominated the rest of the race to take the bullet. All the fleet were met with a pontoon beer reception which was a perfect finish to a great day’s sailing!” The day’s racing concluded with JP McCaldin’S JAMAIS ENCORE leading with Flor O’Driscoll’s HARD ON PORT from Royal Saint George YC in second, and in third place was Mark Usher’s JUMPIN JIVE from Greystones Sailing Club. The Silver Fleet was all tied with Howth YC U25 Keelboat Team joint first with Fergus Kelliher on JIBE from Tralee Bay Sailing Club, with Sinéad Enright and Dave Lane’s YAGOTTAWANNA from Royal Cork YC in third.
Day Two: For the second day of racing, PRO Raymond McGibney chose Race Area Two and set a course east off Foynes Island. The penultimate race got underway on schedule with JAMAIS ENCORE and HARD ON PORT dueling for the title. After a difficult first beat, only about 25% of the fleet flew spinnakers on the first downwind leg resulting in a big change in the leaders on that leg. In the testing conditions, HARD ON PORT fell outside the top three giving the title to the Lough Erne boat with one race to spare. The last race of the day got underway with a clear start with the boats taking the right hand side of the course gaining at the top. Three rounds of the course were completed with the Howth YC U25 Team leading from the start to the finish followed in second place by Flor O’Driscoll, and Finbarr Ryan on JELIGNITE in third. Battles continued throughout the rest of the fleet with JUMPIN JIVE from Greystones YC representing the east coast on the podium in third place.
Irish J/24 Class President, Flor O’Driscoll, commented with delight about the rejuvenation in the J/24 fleet, “This event had two newcomers to our regional events, the new Howth YC U25 Team on SCANDAL sailing a superb event and finishing first in the Silver Fleet, three points ahead of another newcomer Fergus Kelliher on JIBE from Tralee Bay Sailing Club. Third place went to Dave Lane & Sinéad Enright on YAGOTTAWANNA from the Royal Cork Yacht Club. The local contingent was led by GALA RACING from Foynes YC, coming in fifth in Gold & seventh place overall.” For more Irish J/24 Class information, visit

VITESSE Crowned J/24 Pfingst Cup Champion

June 17, 2017

The Flensburger Segel-Club held their annual Pfingst Cup in Glucksburg, Germany for a fleet of J/24s in the first week of June. Many of the teams were of European and World Championship caliber in the dozen-boat fleet. In the end, winning the event was Manfred Konig’s VITESSE from Muhlenberger Sailing Club, winning three races on their way to a narrow win on 13 points (crew consisted of Nils GLOCKOW, Tina LÜLFING, Rollo BÖHM, Olaf SCHMIDT). Taking second was Daniel Frost’s JJONE with 15 points (crew was Benjamin VOIGT, Daniel SCHWARZE, Jeronimo LANDAUER, Cynthia SASSENROTH). Then, taking third was Till Pomarius’s crew from SVAOE with 17 points (crew of Ole WITTENBERG, Maximilian BISCHOF, Bele SCHÜTT, Christian WARNECKE). Rounding out the top five was Frank Schonfeldt’s HENK just one point back with 18 points, and in fifth was Jannik Barop’s QUICK & DIRTY with 27 points. All three women’s’ teams finished together in the standings overall. First women’s crew was Lynn Wolgast’s crew on GER 5266 (Svea WREDE (MSC) Isabel SPRANDEL, Jette LYSSEWSKI, Lynn THORNS), followed by Emily Kern’s ROTOGIRL team 4 points behind them (Corinna THIERMANN, Maike HASS, Naomi KOSMEHL, Janne SCHLEIFER, Gesa GÖLLNER), and Ann-Kathrin Frank’s JUELSSAND team only three points further back (Lisa RASCHDORF, Carlotta MEEVES, Lea TORRNOW, Caren RAMIEN, Janne HÖPKEN). For more German J/24 Class information, visit

Italian J/24 Nationals

June 4, 2017

The waters of the La Maddalena archipelago for the 37th Italian J/24 Nationals saw the dominating performance of LA SUPERBA, skippered by Ignazio Bonanno with crew of Simone Scontrino, Vincenzo Vano, Francesco Picaro and Alfredo Branciforte. After winning the US J/24 Nationals just two weeks earlier, the team on FURIO (skipper Keith Whittemore with Kevin Downey, Brian Thomas, Mark Rogers, & Shelley Milne) flew over 15 hours from Seattle to Rome, Italy in order to participate in the Italian Open J/24 Nationals on the island of Sardinia. The FURIO team took the silver in the Open division behind LA SUPERBA. Third overall and second in the Italian championship was VIGNE SURRAU, a team comprised of skipper Aurelio Nini with crew Evero Niccolini, Danilo Deiana, Roberta Piras, M. Mario Pisanu and Fabrizio Zuddas. Rounding out the top five were the German crew of SUELLBERG in fourth place skippered by Stefan Karsunke, and in fifth place was the Italian crew of AVOLTORE skippered by Francesco Cruciani. “I am sure to interpret the thought of all the crews and their friends and family,” explained the President of the Italian J/24 Class, Pietro Diamanti. “Maddalena is a wonderful place to host great events. The gorgeous sea, the welcome and the unique hospitality, the lovely resorts and breathtaking views have made our stay in La Maddalena very special. A heartfelt thank you to all those who have made efforts to organize our Championship in the best way possible. An advice? Back to Maddalena! I am also very pleased with the pleasant climate among our crews: so much competition and fairness in the water, great friendliness and friendship on the ground are among the winning secrets of a constantly growing Class, also appreciated by young people.” For more Italian J/24 Class information, visit

Will Welles Three-Peats as J/24 North American Champion

May 29, 2017

For the third consecutive year, Will Welles holds the title of J/24 North American Champion. With crew Jeff Linton, Chris Morgan, Monica Morgan and Erik Rexford, team Bogus bested 28 other J/24s at the Championship hosted by Houston Yacht Club in Texas. Mike Ingham’s Nautalytics entered Sunday with a shot at the victory, however they lodged a 12, 3 on the day, compared to Welles’ 7, 2, leaving Ingham and crew in the silver position with 31 points. Welles finished with 22 points. Despite a bullet in the tenth and final contest, Travis Odenbach’s Honeybadger settled for third, just one point behind Ingham. Over the three-day regatta, all races were completed on schedule each day in solid breeze. Welles relished the conditions, especially on Saturday when they had four firsts, saying,” We really had the boat dialed in to the conditions, getting off the line with good speed at the upper end of the genoa in short chop.” Welles summarized that going into Sunday with a three-point advantage on Ingham, he wanted Bogus to focus on its own destiny. “If an opportunity presented itself to win, we would go for it, but we just made sure to hang around the competition while we did our own thing.” Sunday’s race winners were James Freedman’s Miss Conduct (in winds at 6-8 knots), and Odenbach (as the breeze increased to 10-14).

The top five:

  1. Will Welles, Bogus, [30/OCS], 4, 2 , 3, 1, 1, 1, 1, 7, 2 = 22
  2. Mike Ingham, Nautalytics, [30/OCS], 2, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 6, 12, 3 = 31
  3. Travis Odenbach, Honeybadger, 4, 3, 3, 2, [11/20%], 3, 4, 3, 9, 1 = 32
  4. Nobuyuki Imai, Siesta, 8, 1, 5, 4, [11], 6, 3, 2, 6, 4 = 39
  5. Carter White, Sea Bags Sailing Team, 5/10%, 5, 9, 5, 6, 4, [10], 4, 10, 5 = 53
    Photos are available on the J/24 Class Facebook page, and complete results may be found at

Will Welles Perfect on Day 2 of J/24 North American Championship

May 28, 2017

Will Welles’ Bogus went four for four on Saturday at the J/24 North American Championship hosted by Houston Yacht Club. The Newport, RI-based skipper made a strong case in defending his title by winning all four meetings in winds at 12-18 knots. Welles is now able to discard an OCS from race 1, leaving him a scoreline of 4,2,3,1,1,1,1 for 13 points. Mike Ingham’s Nautalytics, also now dropping an OCS from race 1, moved up to second with a solid day including three runner-up finishes. A sixth in the day’s final contest, paired with Welles perfect afternoon, prevented him from taking the overall lead in the 29-boat fleet. Travis Odenbach’s Honeybadger dropped to third with 22 points. Welles and Ingham placed first and second, respectively, in each of Saturday’s first three races. The bronze position was taken by Todd Fedyszyn’s Spoony Tactics in race 5, Odenbach’s Honeybadger in race 6 and Nobuyuki Imai’s Siesta in race 7. Following Welles in race 8 were Imai and Odenbach. Racing concludes Sunday. Complete results may be found at, and photos are available on the J/24 Class Facebook page.

Day One Goes to Travis Odenbach at J/24 North American Championship

May 27, 2017

Twenty-nine J/24s took to the waters of Galveston Bay on Friday, where 12-18 knots of breeze allowed four races at the J/24 North American Championship at Houston Yacht Club. Travis Odenbach’s Honeybadger has collected the early advantage with scores of 4,3,3,2 for 12 points. The Japanese team Siesta, led by Nobuyuki Imai, holds second place with 18 points. The opening contest had Patricio Sly’s Muy Muy in the top spot. Imai’s Siesta took line honors in race two, ahead of Mike Ingham’s Nautalytics and Odenbach’s Honeybadger. It was the same winning trio in the third and fourth battles: Ingham, Will Welles’ Bogus and Odenbach in race three, and then Ingham, Odenbach and Welles in race four. Brendan Feeney, the first recipient of the Kelly Holmes-Moon J/24 Scholarship Boat, is crewing on Aidan Glackin’s Mental Floss before he takes on his own program this summer. Racing continues through Sunday. Complete results may be found at, and photos are available on the J/24 Class Facebook page.

J/24 40th Anniversary Race Friday, August 11, 2017

May 26, 2017

There’s no more iconic a race course in J/24 Class history than the 18-mile track around Conanicut Island in Narragansett Bay that helped decide the outcome of the first J/24 North Americans in 1978, and then the first J/24 World Championship in 1979. It would be impossible to count how many times J/24s have circumnavigated Conanicut Island since, but it would be safe to say the “Around the Island Race” is the all-time favorite for generations of J/24 Fleet 50 sailors, not to mention a big income generator for local boat repair shops. If you’ve never raced along a rocky coastline interspersed with beautiful beaches, a cool summer sea breeze and lots of current, then this is the race for you!

To commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the J/24 Class, J/Fest New England and Sail Newport invite all J/24 sailors, past and present, to enter the Around the Island Race with the first gun at 1300 on Friday, August 11. To make a whole weekend of it, there’s W/L buoy racing Saturday and Sunday as part of J/Fest New England. For more info:

Italian J/24 Report Week 18

May 15, 2017

The Sardinia J/24 fleet completed their spring series in Arzachena/Palau, finishing with a total of nine races in the series. For the finale, three races were sailed on the first day, but the second day’s racing was canceled due to extreme winds. Sardinia J/24 Fleet Captain Marco Frullio described how it all went down for the weekend: On Saturday, there were three races with a cool fresh grecce wind. The first race was won by our team ITA 443 ARIA. Second was ITA 497 BOOMERANG skippered by Enrico Strazzera, and third was ITA 4121 SANTA LUCIA helmed by Lucio Balzano. In the second race of the day, ITA 405 VIGNE SURRAU from CN Arzachena took off and won easily over ITA 443 ARIA. Third was ITA 318 NORD OESTE skippered by Salvatore Orecchioni and Tonino Chessa. The last race saw the wind change to the expected western quadrant. The ‘dancer’s wind’ caused a shortening of the final race. The shift rewarded the ever-attentive ITA 406 BOTTA DRITTA sailed by the proven duo of Mariolino Di Fraia/Luca Montella. As a result of the weekend’s racing, VIGNE SURRAU won with 15 points net, followed by SANTA LUCIA with 20 points in second place, and BOTTA DRITTA in third place with 23 points. For more Italian J/24 information, visit

J/24 Fleet Regatta: Season Opener for the 2017 J/24 Hungarian Sailing Series

May 9, 2017

Maximum number of eight races sailed in perfect conditions was a result of the three-day Balatonfüred J/24 Fleet Regatta – the season opener for the 2017 J/24 Hungarian Sailing Series. Gábor Sallai and his team on BIGFIVE was the winner with 21 points. In second place was ST.JAMES skippered by Farkas Litkey with 24 points. Litkey was the helmsman and tactician of the Italian Team Pelle Nero, who won third place of the Italian J/24 Winter Series. Following in third place, was JUKEBOX (the second overall of the Italian J/24 Winter Series) skippered by Miklós Rauchenberger with 24 points total. What a perfect regatta: wonderful weather with blue skies and sunshine, various North and East winds 6 to 16 knots and happy J/24 sailors enjoying all of it at the first regatta of the Hungarian sailing season. The final results show a high level, strong and very even competition, as teams from second through sixth place were quite close to each other. Results:

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