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Henry Lane’s FAST LANE Leads J/24s Around Conanicut

Sunday dawned with partly cloudy skies and a gentle northerly breeze wafting down Narragansett Bay for the Conanicut Round Island Race. The forecast was for the gradient winds to swing into the east/ southeast by late afternoon and only build into the 5 to 9 knots range. The course selected was "X," a counter-clockwise race...

J/24s Go the Distance at Low Country Hook Ocean Race

The Low Country Hook Ocean Race is a distance race from Hilton Head Island, SC to Skidaway Island, GA. The race was presented by Skidaway Island Boating Club and The Yacht Club of Hilton Head. On August 23, the fleet started from Harbour Town to Skidaway Island, making the "hook-shaped" course in a fast time...

2XS and Bubbles Battle at Verve Cup Inshore Regatta

The Verve Cup Inshore Regatta was held August 23-25 in Chicago, and four J/24s competed over two days. It was a two-way battle for the top spot between Mark Soya's 2XS and Eric Christenson's Bubbles. Soya edged out the regatta victory by one point (10-11 in the six-race series). For complete results, visit 

Will Welles Earns Fourth J/24 US National Championship

The J/24 US National Championship perpetual trophy will have a familiar name for 2019: Will Welles’ on Buckaroo has achieved the title for the fourth time. Welles, also the reigning J/24 World Champion, was joined by crew Jeff Linton, Chris Morgan, Monica Morgan and Erik Rexford at Rochester Yacht Club in New York. Buckaroo collected...

J/24 US National Championship Launches in Rochester, New York

Forty-nine J/24 teams are vying for the 2019 J/24 US National Championship hosted by Rochester Yacht Club in New York. Three races were accomplished on the opening day in light and lumpy conditions. Reigning J/24 World Champion Will Welles kept up his hot streak on Buckaroo, totaling 7 points on two seconds and a third....

See Your Name in Lights at the 2019 World Championship

Maybe not in lights, but on a banner at the 2019 J/24 World Championship. How do I do that, you ask? Become an event Keg Sponsor! By donating $50-$100 toward the opening ceremony keg fund, you will not only have your name (or boat name) appear on the "Keg Sponsorship" banner and have a photo...

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