FAST RHODES #1093 FOR SALE

This Oday Rhodes 19 has been measured when San Francisco Fleet 17 was active. She has won numerous trophies including 1st of over 100 boats in the San Francisco – Stockton (70mi) race.

Equipment includes:
Heavy anodized tapered mast
Reinforced boom with mounts for spinnaker pole
Reinforced chainplates
Reinforced ribs
Stainless keel bolts
Faired keel
Minimum weight
Midship traveller
Working lines lead to cuddy console control
Harken blocks
FG rudder from Stuart
Doyle main, 2 Doyle jibs, Pineapple spinnaker
Single point lifting sling
Licensed highway trailer with like new tires
Trailer has a 2 step ladder welded above left wheel
Cradle for mast transport
Long storage box on trailer for 2 jibs and rudder with tiller attached Long tube for mainsail storage on trailer
Boom tent
Bottom Sider custom cushions (4)
Boat is on its trailer at the San Francisco Yacht Club. $7,500

Strong and f-a-s-t

Contact Bill Royall at (415) 827-3900 or weroyall@yahoo.com

Pictures HERE and HERE

Rhodes #2689 For Sale

Rhodes19 O-Day #2689
Measured in at 2018 Nationals in New Orleans
Hull is minimum weight.
Trailer included
Sails: 2 jibs, 1 main and a 2 yr old North Spinnaker
All standing rigging redone 3 years ago
$6,000
Located in New Orleans
Contact Steve Salzer
steve.salzer@lafargeholcim.com

2018 Perpetual Trophy Award Winners

Presidents Trophy – Tommy Taggart

Cressy Trophy (2nd Place) – Benz Faget

Jensen Trophy – Rick McGregor

Novice Trophy – Robert Adams

Travel Trophy – Charlie Obersheimer

Don Quixote Trophy – Rick McGregor

Corinthian Trophy – Robert Adams

Fleet Trophy – Fleet 7

Congratulations Nationals 2018

Rick McGregor (above left) won the 2018 Rhodes 19 National Championship title by winning the final race of an 11-race series on October 5–7 in New Orleans, LA. The weather gods provided great racing conditions over the three day event.

McGregor held a small lead after the first two days over five-time R19 National Champion and local ace, Benz Faget. However, two races into the final day, Faget had taken a one-point lead with just one race remaining.

In fantastic racing conditions, Faget found himself on the wrong side of shift, dropping him back into fifth place while McGregor, with Heather Funkhauser/ Gary Taylor and Jackson Benvenutti calling tactics, maneuvered into a three-way fight for first place with Mike Lane of Marblehead and local fleet captain Rocky Sanchez.

The three boats surfed down the final leg of the final race jockeying for the win. McGregor’s Pog Ma Hon surfed past the others to take a half boat-length win in the final race and the series.

The twenty-boat fleet had sailors from Alabama, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and New York, but it was the locals from Southern Yacht Club that dominated the final standings, taking 4 of the top 5 overall places. Only Marblehead’s Mike Lane broke the local stranglehold, finishing third overall behind McGregor and Faget. Sanchez took fourth place and Dwight LeBlanc Jr rounded out the top five.