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2016 Texas Circuit
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AYC 2016

Austin Yacht Club
Texas State Championship
March 19-20

 
FWBC 2016

Fort Worth Boat Club
Cowtown Stampede & Southwest Championship
April 16-17

 
DCYC 2016

Dallas Corinthian Yacht Club
Corinthian Cup
May 21-22

 
CCYC 2016

Corpus Christi Yacht Club
Surfin' Safari
June 11-12

 
HOOD 2016

Houston Yacht Club
Beasley Cup & HOOD
September 17-18

 
J/FEST 2016

Lakewood Yacht Club
J/Fest Southwest
October 29-30

 
LCYC 2016

Lake Canyon Yacht Club
Texas Circus
November 19-20

 
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2015 Texas Circuit Winner - Team Miss Conduct
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

The 2015 Texas Circuit brought front runners to the top of the fleet early on in the year. At the first three circuit stops, three different first place teams were crowned, James Freedman and Team Miss Conduct for the GBCA Performance Cup (which put his name on the perpetual trophy), Natalie Penner and Team GIGGLES for the Cowtown Stampede which also served as the Southwest Championship (our Districts 14 and 18 championship), and Kelly Holmes-Moon and Team BadMoon for the Corinthian Cup (yet another perpetual trophy).MissConduct

The next three regattas the battle between these three continued with Team Miss Conduct winning the Surfin' Safari in Corpus and Team GIGGLES winning the HOOD (and the Beasley Cup, which is the longest ever perpetual trophy of the J/24s) and J/Fest.

At the last circuit stop of the 2015 season, the Texas Circus at Canyon Lake Yacht Club, the scores were still too close to determine which one of these three front runners would win the circuit. 

Photo - Theo Hasse, Victor Alcaraz & James Freedman

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Get Your Bow Numbers!
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

It's almost time to get those new Bow Nos. on your boat for the 2016 Circuit Season!! Bow Nos. 1-10 are reserved, as are Bow Nos. that are routinely used.

Need a Bow No.? Check out this list for your new number and be sure to email Tonja at This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it with your number so the list can be updated.

Bow No. List

 
Bow Numbers for the Texas Circuit
Written by Tonja Holmes-Moon   

Below will describe how to affix your bow numbers for the Texas Circuit regattas.

For scoring and identification of boats, unique bow numbers are required to be fixed to both external port and starboard sides of the forward bow area of each competing boat’s hull. These numbers must be affixed as follows:

a)     The leading edge of the forward number shall be 12” aft of the stem.

b)      The top edge of both numbers shall be 6” from the rail.

c)     All numbers must contrast with the color of the hull and be at least 12" in height.

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It is the responsibility of each participating boat to obtain and affix their bow numbers to their yacht.

Bow numbers will be assigned to each participating boat for the duration of the Circuit year. Bow numbers 01 through 10 are pre-assigned to the top ten (10)boats based on previous year’s circuit standings.

Bow numbers 11 through 99 are available for boats on a first come basis. Bow numbers 11 through 99 used in the previous circuit year will be reserved for the boat that declared it in that previous year. Numbers used in the previous circuit year can be found at www.j24texas.com under Standings.

Bow numbers for the current Circuit are considered declared once a boat has registered for a regatta using the declared bow number. Issues relating to bow numbers (e.g. assignment, placement, size, etc.) will be resolved solely by the Governor. 

To view bow numbers that have been used the prior year, click on this link

 
Who's Who in District 14
Written by Tonja Sanchez   

Kelly Holmes-Moon, USJCA Class President and current D14 Governor - (940) 399-9805

Bryan Dyer, Texas Circuit Representative - bdyer(at)woodmont.com

Tonja Holmes-Moon, Texas Circuit Secretary, Scoring & Website - sailboats4sanity(at)yahoo.com, (940) 808-6477

 
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