photos by Uncle Al et al.
|Looking east towards
Toronto from the back patio of the Port Credit YC, where ...
|... a stiff northerly
has the Canadian, American and Ontario flags (plus Y for life jackets)
flying above the Wayfarer nationalities represented at the 2004 Worlds:
(l to r) Canada, Denmark, the U.S., the U.K., the Isle of
Man (flag acquired with great effort and diligence by John Weakley) and
Norway (honoring the Jensens - Ken Sr. and Jr. - who were visiting with
us after sailing the International
Rally in Parry Sound)
|And what better place
than this to have Robin Albert show us
the beautiful Wayfarer scale model he has created and brought for us to enjoy!
|a TS&CC table: (l
to r) Regina Hanley, Charlie Owen, George Blanchard and Mike Codd
|Also joining us
briefly after a week at the International Rally (see shirt), was WIC
International Secretary, Ralph Roberts who extended his Canada visit so
that he could chair the WIC meeting on the Tuesday, the day we all got
to enjoy meeting our new Copyright Holders' Rep., Roger Proctor (no
|At the tender age of
18, Alex Rahn is already a Worlds veteran, having sailed his first
Worlds at ...
|... the age of 9 in
1995 when George Blanchard (r!!!) was only 81 years old!!
|Rachael Rhodes, Toby
Mace's superb crew
|Dolores de Boer's
daughter, Michelle, was the Silverfox support team.
|Roger Challis (l)
with his Canadian "buddies", Jon and Peter (far right) Ayres
|the Monday night
|Julia Schonborn gets
caught up with Jesper Friis.
|our man from British
Columbia, Doug Honey, and ...
|... his lovely crew,
|one of our two teams
from New Brunswick: (l to r) Louis Jaillet, Judy and Brian
|Tuesday evening's BBQ
on the roof of the Mississauga Sailing Club was an occasion for John
Weakley to present awards:
|Bill Taylor with the
plaque recognizing his great work as the MSC harbourmaster;
Marc Bennett in the background and Neil Fletcher in front
Nandrup-Bus has also grown a lot since his last Worlds in 1998.
|Helms and crews of the
top three finishers in each race got these lovely red Worlds 2004
shirts, sponsored by Quantum Sails. Above, Roger Challis accepts from John Weakley (l), the shirts for his and Mark Johnston's 2nd-place
finish in race 1.
|Neil Fletcher (l) and
Chas. Edwards (3rd, race 1) cart off their precious souvenirs. No
picture of Ian Porter and Kevan Gibb who were busy repairing Liz
Feibusch's centreboard in time for the next morning's racing.
|John Goudie and
Suzanne Hall were the winners of race 2.
|3rd in race 2 were
Søren Jensen (r) and Jesper Friis.
|AEC Wayfarer Worlds links|
report by Uncle Al
report from Richard & Michele
the real story by Toby Mace and Neil Fletcher
how we all fared
we got letters
the Whiffle that covered the Worlds
photos from on shore
on shore with Richard Johnson
on shore with Gord Leachman
at PCYC with John de Boer and Dave Hansman
at PCYC with Liz Feibusch and Tony Hunt
on shore with Uncle Al - 1
on shore with Uncle Al - 2
caricatures with Diane Zaremba (W440)
one group's aftermath
a few pics of the champion boat's layout
photos on the water
the practice race - 1
the practice race - 2
the practice race - 3
the practice race - 4
the practice race - 5
the first day of racing - 1
the first day of racing - 2
the first day of racing - 3
the second day of racing - 1
the second day of racing - 2
the third day of racing - 1
the third day of racing - 2
the fourth day of racing - 1
the fourth day of racing - 2
the fifth day of racing - 1
the fifth day of racing - 2
the fifth day of racing - 3
the fifth day of racing - 4
the fifth day of racing - 5
AEC Wayfarer Worlds Annex
at PCYC with Geoff Lepper - 1
at PCYC with Geoff Lepper - 2
at PCYC with Geoff Lepper - 3
Wayfarer Worlds XII: as Paul Robinson captured them:
Thursday's racing - 1
Thursday's racing - 2
Friday night was caricature night
leaving MSC for Saturday's final race