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à jour au: 2008
1997 Plan Reichel/Pugh, built by Jim Betts, LOA 24.00m Beam 4.48m Draft 3.66m Displacement15 tnkg
Cape to Rio Race, 1st on line honnor 12d16h49': ?e/72,
200? New owner, and new
Brightstar, USA 69011
2001 Marblehead to Halifax:
1st to finish, ?e/??
12 August, Rolex Fastnet, elapsed time 2d19h54': 18e/219 TTC, handicap 1.499, Richard BREEDEN
2002 Modified by moving
her headstay forward and adding to her boom and installing a 3 foot scoop...
Vineyard race: ?e/??
Block Island race: ?e/??
2003 Marblehead to Halifax: 2e/??
2005 New owner, and new
Scout Spirit, USA ?
July, Tranpac Race: 4th/7 Division 1, (First Non canting keel), Newport Sea Base
2006 February & December
20?? For Sale Reichel
Pugh 78 Scout Spirit, Race Record: 2nd class 2001
NYYC Jubilee 2001 4th class 2001 Fastnet 2001 1st to finish Marblehead to Halifax
2001 !st to finish and course record in Around Long Island race in 2002 Vineyard
race 2002 Block Island race 2002 2nd to finish Marblehead to Halifax 2003 2005
Cabo first 2005 PV 1st 2005 Tranpac 4th( First Non canting keel) SCOUT SPIRIT
is a fast and exciting racing sailboat, formally known as ZEPHYRUS 1V, and BRIGHTSTAR
she has continued to set course records and give her first two owners lots of
fun sailing at high speeds. BRIGHTSTAR was modified in early 2002 by moving
her headstay forward and adding to her boom and installing a 3 foot scoop. She
now has non overlapping headsails to make to bring her in line
with the 2003 IMS rules She is now almost identical to her sisterships, PEGASUS,
PYEWACKET and ENIGMA ( formally CHANCE) Her hull was repainted in 2001 and the
deck and bottom were repainted in 2005 Interior has been reiwred and repainted
and her owner has spared no expense to keep her in absolute top condition. She
has many spares and her new sail inventory will be in good shape for many races
20?? New owner, and new
Akela, USA 69011
2008 Newport to Ensenada:
Bill Turpin's Reichel/Pugh designed 78-foot Akela reside. “We completed a major refit this spring to make the boat more competitive under IRC,” said Turpin (Santa Cruz, Calif.). “We added a lot of sail area and have a deeper draft. This will be a big test for us to see how well we can do under IRC in a windy venue. We'll be racing against some very hot TP52s. It will be interesting to see if we can finish far enough ahead of them to win on corrected time.” Akela has shown significant strength this year by winning the MEXORC, Newport to Ensenada and Coastal Cup races.
11 September, Rolex Big Boat Series, San Francisco: 2 - 3 - 4 - 4 - 1 - 5 - 4 = 3e/9 IRC A, Bill TURPIN
Picture from race's website,
2009 3 March, Cabo Race,
elapsed time 3d02h05': 15e/26 IRC,
5 July, Tranpac Honolulu Race, elapsed time 179h58': 11e/48 ttc, Bill TURPIN
2010 23 February, Vallarta Race, elapsed time 80h27': 2e/12, Bill TURPIN
1 April, Corona Del Mar To Cabo Race, elapsed time 95h07': 25e/35 ORR, 4e/5 ORR A.
Photo: Carlo Borlenghi
201? New owner, Damon
Guizot and new name,
Zephyrus, USA 69011
2016 30 January, LAYC Opening Day Regatta : ?e/??, Damon GUIZOT
2017 4 February, Midwinter
Around Catalina Island Race: ?e/??, Damon
Santa Barbara to King Harbor Race: DNF
2021 April, Newport to Ensenada Race: ?e/?? PHRF-B, Damon GUIZOT