Farr 40 Worlds

Paradise Island in November for the competitive owner-driver fleet

Wednesday October 16th 2002, Author: Barby MacGowan, Location: United States
One design, one champion, one watch. That’s what the 2002 Rolex Farr 40
World Championship promises when it comes to the spectacular Atlantis Resort, on Paradise Island in the Bahamas on November 13-16.

25 highly pedigreed racing sailboats, 40 feet long and identical in design to each other, will sport nine-man teams of the world’s very best sailors.

The prize after four days and ten races is the world championship crown, the World Cup and a coveted Rolex timepiece.

The fleet includes the top players from the US circuit, such as Jim Richardson's Barking Mad and John Coumantaros' Bambakou with entries from Japan and Australia. Notably there are few from Europe - only Nerone and Norwegian Steam are currently entered along with British boats Katanga and Assegai.

Entries

ASSEGAI Christianakis/Hunt
USA51581 BAMBAKOU John Coumantaros
USA50955 BARKING MAD Jim Richardson
BOTTADICULO Arrivabene/Bocchini
USA46999 CROCODILE ROCK Geremia/Harris
CAN 17 DEFIANT Terry McLaughlin
AUS615 EMOTIONAL HOOLIGAN Marcus Blackmore
USA50001 FLASH GORDON Helmut Jahn
USA40063 GONE TOO FARR Dave Carrel
USA46957 GROOVEDERCI Deneen/John Demourkas
CAN141 HONOUR Alek Krstajic
USA51695 JOSS Owen Kratz
KATANGA Robin Patterson
AUS8883 KOKOMO Lang Walker
USA40076 LE RENARD Steve Phillips
USA40070 MORNING GLORY Hasso Plattner
ITA1972 NERONE Mezzaromo/Migliori
USA43770 NITEMARE Tom Neill
NOR9339 NORWEGIAN STEAM Eivind Astrup
USA52055 PEGASUS Philippe Kahn
USA13131 SAMBA PA TI John Kilroy
JPN5095 SLED Takashi Okura
USA4040 SOLUTION John Thomson
USA51746 VIRAGO Stuart Townsend

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