Blue Water Bowl - Offshore Trophies
Awarded to the boat in the biennial Annapolis to Newport Race with the best corrected time.
History: The Blue Water Bowl was presented to the U.S. Naval Academy in 1947. It is awarded by the U.S. Navy to the winning skipper at the end of the race.
Winners of the Blue Water Bowl
Year Yacht Recipient 1947 Alar D.Z. Bailey 1949 Alar D.Z. Bailey 1951 Baruna H.C. Taylor 1953 Bolero J.N. Brown 1955 Actea Henry Sears 1957 Harrier J.M. Bontecou 1959 Caper H.I. Pratt 1961 Reindeer E.N. Smith 1963 Dyna C. Ewing 1965 Dyna C. Ewing 1967 Lancetilla J.M. Cameron 1969 American Eagle R.E. Turner, III 1971 Sorcery J.F. Baldwin 1973 Equation John Potter 1975 Salte Goose R.E. Derecktor 1977 Jack Knife J. Greenberg 1979 Tenacious R.E. Turner 1981 IOR: Impasse William Tacker MHS: Mandate Morgan Barker 1983 IOR: Espirt Peter H. Van Arsdale MHS: Gaylark Kaign Smith 1985 IOR: Invictus Bernard & Spener MHS: Silver Start Clarke & Decker 1987 IOR: Starlight Express B.A. Eissner IMS: Bravo James Dolan PHRF: Morpheus R.J. Kitz 1989 IOR: Congere Bevin Koeppel IMS: Bravo James Dolan 1991 PHRF: Snow White Ned Shuman IMS: Bully Rich Heffering 1993 PHRF: Swift Ara Barton IMS: Doundation Masato Fujimaki 1995 PHRF: Javelin Larry Bulman IMS: Blue Yankee Robert Towse 1997 PHRF: Adventurer Arthur Birney IMS: Bingo! Charles Lea 1999 PHRF: Dear Friend Bill Kardash IMS: Veritas Philip Hutchinson 2001 PHRF: Chessie Racing George Collins IMS: Carrera J. Dockey 2003 PHRF: Y2K Charles Engh IMS: Dawn Treader L. Cohen 2005 PHRF: Euro Trash Girl Nicole Weaver IRC: Sjambok Michael Hobbs 2007 PHRF: Dolphin Henry Morgan IRC: Sjambok Michael Brennan 2009 PHRF: Heron Greg Leonard IRC: Rambler George David 2011 PHRF: Sjambok Michael Brennan IRC: Beau Geste Karl Kwok 2013 PHRF: Actaea Michael Cone IRC: Rambler George David 2015 PHRF: Swift Kyle Briggs IRC: Carina Rives Potts 2017 PHRF: Jeroboam Laurent Givry IRC: Black Pearl Stefan Jentzsch
The Aloha Cup - Offshore Trophies
Awarded annually to the yacht with the best corrected time in the Naval Academy Sailing Squadron annual regatta.
History: The Aloha Cup is awarded to the yacht with the best corrected time in the Naval Academy Sailing Squadron’s annual race to Oxford. The Aloha Cup is one of four trophies belonging to Lloyd Phoenix that came into the possession of the Naval Academy. Lloyd Phoenix graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1861 and served in the Civil War. He resigned his commission in 1865, went into business, and became a yachting enthusiast. He won the Aloha Cup in an annual cruise of the New York Yacht Club in 1910, sailing his most famous yacht, Intrepid.
Winners of the Aloha Cup
Year Yacht Year Yacht 1960 Swift 1994 Success 1961 Falcon 1995 Varmint Cong 1962 Babe 1996 Expectation 1963 White Shadow, III 1997 Snake Bite 1964 Traveller 1998 Wahoo 1965 Proton II 1999 Varshek 1966 Bonnie D 2000 Sjambok 1967 Rumpus 2001 Varshek2 1968 Maredea 2002 Sjambok 1969 Jubilee III 2003 Not contested 1970 Outrage 2004 Big Time 1971 Outrage 2005 Donnybrook 1972 Running Tide 2006 Odyssey 1973 Running Tide 2007 Chao 1974 Running Tide 2008 Javelin 1975 Running Tide 2009 Restless 1976 Syren 2010 Maltose Falcon 1977 Wild Flower 2011 Odyssey 1978 Diamond in the Rough 2012 Karen S. 1979 Sugar Magnolia 2013 Stray Dog 1980 Cayenne 2014 Incommunicado 1981 Bodacious 2015 Smoky 1982 Wunder Bear 2016 Velocity 1983 Streaker 2017 Restless 1984 Diamond in the Rough 1985 Nightshift 1986 Pussycat 1987 Euroclass 1988 Smoke Screen 1989 Hurricane Hugo 1990 Intuition 1991 Sugar 1992 Infringer 1993 Cinnabar
Lloyd Phoenix Trophy - Offshore Trophies
Awarded annually to the Yacht Club and skipper winning the Lloyd Phoenix Regatta. Originally, ten Naval Academy yawls manned by members of nine invited yacht clubs and NASS, sailed a series of races over a two period. Recently, this trophy has been designated as the award for US SAILING's large yacht championship.
History: Lloyd Phoenix graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1861 and served in until the Civil War. He resigned his commission in 1865, went into business, and became a yachting enthusiast. He won the Aloha Cup in an annual cruise of the New York Yacht Club in 1910, sailing his most famous yacht, Intrepid.
Winners of the Lloyd Phoenix Trophy
Year Club Recipient 1960 Tred Avon Yacht Club W.H. Myers 1961 Gibson Island Yacht Club C.F. Stein III 1962 Sailing Club of Chesapeake Norton Gibbons-Neff 1963 Potapskut Sailing Association E.L. Dinning, III 1964 Potapskut Sailing Association E.L. Dinning, III 1965 Gibson Island Yacht Squadron J.R. Wolfe, Jr. 1966 Gibson Island Yacht Squadron J.R. Wolfe, Jr. 1967 Sailing Club of Chesapeake J.W. Martin 1968 Gibson Island Yacht Squadron C.F. Stein, III 1969 U.S. Naval Station BM3 Fred Bremen, USN 1970 Corinthian Club of Philadelphia Gardner Cox 1971 Severn Sailing Association Robert Donald 1972 Tred Avon Yacht Club :Mark Ewing 1973 Annapolis Naval Sailing Association CWO William Abbot, USN 1974 Fishing Bay Yacht Club John Hawksworth 1975 Annapolis Yacht Club Scott Allan 1976 Annapolis Yacht Club Charlie Scott 1977 Naval Academy Sailing Squadron A.G.B. Grosvenor 1978 Gibson Island Yacht Club John Sherwood, III 1979 Gibson Island Yacht Club John Sherwood, III 1980 Sailing Club of Chesapeake Robert Donald 1981 Naval Academy Sailing Squadron Edwin A. Shuman, III 1982 Annapolis Yacht Club James Scott 1983 Naval Academy Sailing Squadron George Dewhurst 1984 Larchmont Yacht Club Charles R. Ulmer 1985 Tred Avon Yacht Club Richard Lippincott 1986 Area F Houston Yacht Club Lee Demarest 1987 Area D Southern Yacht Club Buddy Friedrichs 1988 Area D Charleston Yacht Club Mason Chrisman 1989 Area C Annapolis Yacht Club Charlie Scott 1990 Area C Annapolis Yacht Club Charlie Scott 1991 Area A Hingham Yacht Club Steve Garland 1992 Area J Los Angles Yacht Club Roy Disney 1993 Area C Hampton Yacht Club Sledd Shelhorse 1994 Area K Macatawa Bay Yacht Club Mark Nobel 1995 Area C Annapolis Yacht Club John R. White 1996 Area J Alamitos Yacht Club Keith Ives 1997 Area D New Orleans Yacht Club Scott Sonnier 1998 Area G Santa Barbara Yacht Club Mark Nobel 1999 Area H Tacoma Yacht Club John Leitzinger 2000 Area A Massachusetts Bay YC Gordon Hall 2001 Area H Corinthian YC of Seattle Joan Hoag 2002 Area D Southern Yacht Club Scott Sonnier 2003 Area E Rochester Yacht Club Hank Stuart 2004 Area D Southern Yacht Club Marc Eagan 2005 NASS MIDN 1/c Greg Storer 2006 Area D Tampa Yacht Club Robert Hobbs 2007 San Diego Yacht Club Chuck Nichols 2008 Chicago Yacht Club Rick Strilky 2009 New York/Milford Yacht Club Bruce Kuryla 2010 Not Contested 2011 NY/Milford/Scuttlebutt Yacht Club Bruce Kuryla 2013 Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle Steve Travis 2015 New York/Milford Yacht Club Bruce Kuryla 2017 Chicago Corinthian Yacht Club Brian Kennalley
Ocean Racing Trophy - Offshore Trophies
Awarded annually to the service yacht having the best corrected time in the Annapolis to Newport Yacht Race and the Newport to Bermuda Yacht Race.
History: This trophy was given to the Naval Academy by the Commander of the US Atlantic Destroyer Forces. It is awarded annually by the Commander of the Cruiser Destroyer Force.
Winners of the Ocean Racing Trophy
Year Yacht Year Yacht 1958 Alert, USNA 1991 Cinnabar, USNA 1960 Intrepid, USNA 1992 Constellation, USNA 1961 Alert, USNA 1993 Swift, USNA 1962 Flirt, USNA 1994 Swift, USNA 1963 Frolic, USNA 1995 Rampage, USCGA 1964 Icefire, USMMA 1996 Defiance, USMMA 1965 Petrel, USCGA 1997 Rampage, USCGA 1966 Fortuna, ANA 1998 Rampage, USCGA 1967 Maredea, USNA 1999 Swift, USNA 1968 Severn Star, USNA 2000 Swift, USNA 1969 Maredea, USNA 2001 Flirt, USNA 1970 Rage, USNA 2002 Flirt, USNA 1971 Jubilee III, USNA 2003 Vigilant, USNA 1972 Jubilee III, USNA 2004 Lively, USNA 1973 Rage, USNA 2005 American Promise, USNA 1974 Miss Wick, USNA 2006 Swift, USNA 1975 Insurgente, USNA 2007 Swift, USNA 1976 Syren, USNA 2008 Swift, USNA 1977 Patriot, USNA 2009 Tomcat, USNA 1978 Nike, USCGA 2010 Swift, USNA 1979 Insurgente, USNA 2011 Invictus, USNA 1980 Intrepid, USNA 2012 Defiance, USNA 1981 Foxfire, USCGA 2013 Flirt, USNA 1982 Cinnabar, USNA 2014 Swift, USNA 1983 Constellation, USNA 2015 Swift, USNA 1984 Mareva, USCGA 2016 Did not compete due to wx 1984 Vengeance, USNA 2017 Hooligan, USNA 1985 Cinnabar, USNA 1986 Fury, USNA 1986 Morning Light, USNA 1987 Morning Light, USNA 1988 Cinnabar, USNA 1989 Dauntless, USNA 1990 Insurgente, USNA
McMillan Cup (Mac Cup)
History: The McMillan Cup Regatta is the oldest collegiate sailing event. Originally, the McMillan Cup was known as the Oliver Hay Trophy. The latter, was established in 1928 by Mr. Briggs Cunningham as an event to honor a well-known Yale alumnus sailor and was retired in 1930. The McMillan Cup was donated by Mr. Willaim McMillan of Baltimore, MD, but with the understanding that his name not appear on the cup.
As the McMillan Cup Regatta was primarily an intercollegiate large yacht racing event for the New England and Middle Atlantic states, it was sailed on the East Coast. Up until 1950, the regattas were held at various sailing centers in New England. After World War II, it became apparent that the competing colleges would have difficulty in obtaining sufficient boats to carry the McMillan Cup and in 1950 the Naval Academy offered their 44' Luders Yawls for Intercollegiate competition. Since that time, the regatta is held annually at the Naval Academy.
Year College Year College Year College 1930 Princeton 1964 Babson 1998 Boston College 1931 Princeton 1965 Princeton 1999 Navy 1932 Harvard 1966 Tufts 2000 St. Mary's 1933 Dartmouth 1967 Tufts 2001 Coast Guard 1934 Harvard 1968 Yale 2002 Coast Guard 1935 Princeton 1969 Brown 2003 Mass Maritime 1936 Princeton 1970 Rhode Island 2004 Navy 1937 Yale 1971 Harvard 2005 Navy 1938 Harvard 1972 Cornell 2006 Navy 1939 Williams 1973 Dartmouth 2007 Navy 1940 Williams 1974 Navy 2008 Coast Guard 1941 Dartmouth 1975 Yale 2009 Coast Guard 1942 Dartmouth 1976 Brown 2010 Navy 1943 M.I.T. 1977 Navy 2011 King's Point 1944 Harvard 1978 Tufts 2012 Navy 1945 Coast Guard 1979 Harvard 2013 Coast Guard 1946 M.I.T. 1980 Navy 2014 Navy 1947 Yale 1981 Navy 2015 Navy 1948 Yale 1982 Princeton 2016 Navy 1949 Princeton 1983 SUNY Maritime 2017 Navy 1950 Brown 1984 Navy 1951 M.I.T. 1985 Navy 1952 Williams 1986 Connecticut College 1953 M.I.T. 1987 Coast Guard 1954 Cornell 1988 Princeton 1955 Navy 1989 Dartmouth 1956 Brown 1990 Brown 1957 Coast Guard 1991 cancelled 1958 Navy 1992 Cornell 1959 Princeton 1993 Mass Maritime 1960 Williams 1994 Mass Maritime 1961 Navy 1995 St. Mary's 1962 Babson 1996 Navy 1963 Yale 1997 Navy
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