THE ENDURO

The Enduro is our traditional end of the season regatta, and it has never been called off. It has been snowed on, sleeted on, rained on, blown on, and baked, but never becalmed. Boats still sailing after 4 hours are scored ahead of others who might have more laps. The course is set as an extremely elaborate double zig-zag (intended to extend the time per lap and reduce boredom). A small “gate” is used to count the boats as they pass. At the end of the day, the skipper on the water with the largest number of laps wins. All classes of boats are welcomed.

CHAMPIONS OF THE ENDURO

2020s

2020 – Chris Hornick, 10 Rater
2021 – 
2022 – 
2023 – 
2024 – 
2025 – 
2026 – 
2027 – 
2028 – 
2029 – 

2010s

2010 – Cliff Martin, EC12
2011 – Cliff Martin, 10 Rater
2012 – John Whalen, IOM
2013 – Fred Goebel, Canterbury J
2014 – Colin Mosgrove
2015 – Cliff Martin, 10 Rater
2016 – Cliff Martin, 10 Rater
2017 – Todd Brown, 10 Rater
2018 – Herb Dreher, 10 Rater
2019 – Fred Goebel, Canterbury J

2000s

2000 – Fran Gowash, Star 45
2001 – Ben Pratt, M
2002 – Charlie Rutan, IOM
2003 – Scott Spacie, M
2004 – Todd Brown, IOM
2005 – Ron Rhault, IOM
2006 – Colin Mosgrove, US1M
2007 – Cliff Martin, EC12
2008 – John Whalen, M
2009 – Cliff Martin, EC12

1990s

1990 – Art Jacobsen, M
1991 – Ed Holt
1992 – Jack Gregory
1993 – Jack Gregory
1994 – Jack Gregory
1995 – Jack Gregory
1996 – Art Jacobsen, M
1997 – Greg LaPlante, EC12
1998 – Jack Gregory, EC12
1999 – Jack Gregory, EC12

1980s

1980 – Jerry Trahan, EC12
1981 – Jerry Trahan, EC12
1982 – Jerry Trahan, EC12
1983 – Al Spring
1984 – Manny Costa
1985 – Al Morell
1986 – Manny Costa
1987 – Manny Costa
1988 – Manny Costa
1989 – Al Spring

1970s

1970 –
1971 –
1972 –
1973 –
1974 –
1975 –
1976 –
1977 –
1978 – Manny Costa, EC12
1979 – Manny Costa, EC12