I was smart enough to bring a handheld GPS on this foggy Saturday morning on Long Island Sound (our dinghies don’t exactly have console-mounted GPSs…or consoles), but I happened to grab the one without the local charts loaded, so finding the starting line for the Greenwich Cup was something I didn’t take for granted. But just seeing my position relative to land was enough to get me there on time, and the fog lifted during the first race.

The Greenwich Cup is always a fun regatta for us to cover, and this was no exception. We even had some good breeze and competition was tight as usual.

We’ve got some great shots from the weekend, including this trademark Greenwich Cup shot, with Indian Harbor and Riverside – the two host yacht clubs in Greenwich – visible on the transoms.