John Glynn, former marketing and event supremo at Bitter End Yacht Club (BEYC), has committed to posting a weekly archive photo from the BVI Spring Regatta until our 50th kicks off on March 27 next year.
John is now primarily doing yacht brokerage up in the northeastern US with McMichael Yacht Brokers: “But I plan to come race BVI Spring Regatta this year for old time’s sake. Looking for the right ride!! Wouldn’t miss the 50th…”
Here’s John’s impressive entry list at the BVI Spring Regatta:
Paranda (BEYC’s Spronk 48) Three times in the charter class on a Freedom 30* Three or Four times on Cosmic Warlord (Express 37)* Two times on an IC24 Two times on Arethusa (a ClubSwan 42) Two times on Fenix (Swan 60) Once each on: Pyewacket 75 Pyewacket 86 Luxury Girl (Beneteau 10R) Bella Pita (Tripp 75 mini maxi) Wind Dancer (Swan 48) J/80 (unnamed)
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