Cape to Cape Paddle 2016

The Cape to Cape Paddle Event benefits the DESATNICK Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed to help those living with Spinal Cord Injury in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean Counties, New Jersey. 
www.desatnickfoundation.org
Parking will be located at the Cape May Terminal's "Walk On Passenger Lot" on the West side of the CMLF Facility. Participants will load their boards in bags with Ed Miller and SUPRunner trailer. All participants will then walk on the Cape May/Lewes Ferry from New Jersey to Delaware. After a 75 minute ride, the ferry will be docked in Lewes.  Racers will be shuttled to the Georgia Avenue entrance in Lewes Beach. Racers will be given a warm up period and then lined up in coordination to their board classes, and the 16-mile race will begin. Racers will be required to stay inside the diamond shape vessel/support boat flotilla for safety concerns.  Because the Cape to Cape Paddle is crossing Shipping Lanes for Cargo, Commercial Fishing and Recreational Boating Areas, there is will be a STRICTLY ENFORCED Four and One Half (4.5) hour cut off for all paddlers. When agreeing to the rules of the event, Participants accept a 4.5 Hour Window for the paddle.  Regardless of position on the course, ALL RACERS MUST CONCEDE AFTER 4.5 HOURS AND BOARD A VESSEL. 


WPARules

  • Paddlers must follow the Baymaster/starter’s instructions. Final start instructions for the Cape to Cape will be communicated formally ten minutes prior to the race start time. 
  • The Baymaster shall be responsible for officiating the event start and finish.
  • Baymaster is the head official for the SUP AC racing event and has the final say in disqualification rulings, finishes and race protest filings.
  • The course is a straight course across the Delaware Bay from Lewes DE to Lower Twp NJ. At no time during the race may a competitor impede another competitor. Unsportsmanlike conduct/actions will result in disqualification. Any competitor failing to round all buoys will be disqualified from the race. Working as a team is what this event is all about.
  • Start/Finish
  • All safety regulations must be followed including but not limited to wearing a leash and Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device.

Event Entries Click on an event to see who entered.

NameNumberCraftAgeGender
Josette Lata1SUP 12'6"18-49Girl
Todd Desatnick2SUP 14'18-49Guy
Tom Forkin4SUP 14'Sr. Masters 50+Guy
Chuck Piola5SUP 14'18-49Guy
Jason Chew6SUP 14'18-49Guy
Andrew Dima7SUP 14'18-49Guy
Jonny Skolnick8Prone Unlimited18-49Guy
Chris Racine9Prone Unlimited18-49Guy
Lewis Ostrander11Prone Unlimited18-49Guy
Brian Meyer13SUP 14'18-49Guy
Daniel Grothues16Prone Stock18-49Guy
Joe Lemke17Prone 14'18-49Guy
Sean Duffey18SUP 14'18-49Guy
Andy Giordano19SUP 14'Sr. Masters 50+Guy
Nate Dirvin20Prone Stock18-49Guy
Zack Steiner21SUP 14'18-49Guy
Terry Bradley22Prone 14'Sr. Masters 50+Guy
Chad Gallagher23SUP 14'18-49Guy

Results Select an event to view results.

Note: All live times are unadjusted and unofficial.


Cape May Terminal
1200 Lincoln Blvd
Cape May, NJ 08204
Tel 1-800-643-3779
GPS: 38.968719, -74.959717


43 Cape Henlopen Drive
Lewes DE US 19958
Tel 1-800-643-3779
GPS: 38.782424, -75.119877

When:

Jun 26, 2016

Where:

Cape May, NJ