Jaguar, which represents the Trinidad & Tobago Sail Association, has come up as the lead boat at Grenada Sail Week 2014. The boat contested off Spice Isle starting from January 30 till February 4 this year.
Peter Morris was the skipper of the winner Jaguar boat. Much to the pleasure of skipper Morris and his squad, the boat topped at the high on competition CSA Cruising I class, getting better of Boxxer and Chao Lay. The boat had to race in winds 15 knots averaging over 4 days of contending.
Jaguar also earned the much coveted honor of Best Performer Boat at this annual regatta that considers a great host factors for the award- competitiveness of class, loyalty to event and turn-out of boat 7 crew.
“Grenada Sail Week is undoubtedly an amazing regatta”, remarked the winner skipper Morris while asked to speak a few words about his recent feat. “It’s the initial event for this season to us & from this championship we are heading towards north to contend in more. Our Jaguar squad looks truly solid with all fantastic sailors- but interestingly we do not have any pros in between us. We are great buddies who are passionate about sailing & the Grenada event offers strong racing & fabulous ambience ashore.”
According to the skipper, it is the close bond between the Jaguar sailors than binds them and enables them to come up with excellent achievements together.
“Close racing & bonhomie with everybody involved here makes an ideal event – winning this very coveted best performer yacht recognition was a grand moment for everybody here”, the elated skipper added in.
Among other T and T yachts that contended in the event, Dingo (Mark Chapman) took away the win of CSA Racing- Done Talking came 7th in Cruising II.