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Kardashians Tour The Hamptons Aboard A Cherubini Classic
The Kardashian family has been spending a lot of the time on the East coast lately, since they began production on their reality show spinoff, Kourtney And Khloe Take The Hamptons. The boat was from the Cherubini Yachts fleet, and it looked to be perfectly luxurious enough to carry the reality star clan.
Cherubini 48 Schooner Wins Class in
2013 Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race
October 19, 2013
The Howdy Bailey Buckle, awarded to a B or C Fleet schooner for line honors at Windmill Point, was given to Adventurer (65) (B Fleet), sailed by Mark Faulstick, with an elapsed time of 17 hours and 18 minutes.
The Windmill Point Trophy, formerly the Michelob Chesapeake Bay Challenge Trophy was also awarded to Adventurer (65), with the best corrected time at Windmill Point of 13 hours, 24 minutes and 58 seconds.
The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race (GCBSR) was founded to promote public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay's maritime heritage and encourage the preservation and improvement of the Chesapeake's natural resources. We accomplish this goal in part by donating the proceeds of the race to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, an organization working to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay. To date, $157,624 has been donated to support children's education programs of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The race begins in Baltimore, Maryland, and ends 127 nautical miles down the Chesapeake Bay in Portsmouth, Virginia. Entry is open to all schooner-rigged vessels.
Thirty-seven schooners participated in the 23rd annual race.
Yachts International Magazine Features
Cherubini Classic 255 Sport Cruiser
Megayacht owners have many choices when it comes to choosing a ship's tender. Yachts International felt it was important to highlight this special sport tender from a traditional sailing yacht designer and builder.
New Jersey LifeStyle Magazine Showcases
Shore Issue 2011
Cherubini Sail and Power Yachts are always a good story. NJ Lifestyle takes it a step further and gives a nice family history.
Cherubini 44 Wins 2012 Nassau Cup Open Ocean Race
All the boats are home and in safe harbor following another unprecedented regatta in this year’s 79th Annual Nassau Cup Ocean Race. On November 8th, headed by PRO Ken Batzer and his Race Committee, the day brought sunny skies and a beautiful NW 15 knot breeze off Miami’s Government Cut where fourteen boats were off and beam-reaching across the Gulfstream, then around Great Isaacs, Great Stirrup and down for the final run to the Nassau Harbour. Overall PHRF lowest finish was won by Silhouette, a 44’ Cherubini with a corrected time of 15:33:57.
All of the boats finished in due course with the last finisher, Mystiko, having been delayed by a “recovery” of their spinnaker which seemed to have mysteriously left the boat during their run from Great Isaac. Everyone cleared customs expeditiously, stowed gear and headed for hot showers and the hospitality of the Nassau Yacht Club for some well deserved cocktails and a Bahamian style buffet dinner.
A rare treat watching three Cherubini 44s
sail side by side.
A spectacular sight to see Whitehawk, Second Alarm and Ecstacy competing together on Chesapeake Bay. Although it was a day with light wind, all three 44s answered well, including Whitehawk topping 12 knots. Great fun and quite a spectacular show.
Cherubini 48 wins 2010 Great Chesapeake Bay
February 3, 2011
Cherubini 48 Adventurer won Class A (corrected time) in the Sept 2010 Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner race, from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Thimble Shoal light, 127 miles. She covered the course in 14:41, for an average speed of 8.6 knots, a shade above her theoretical hull speed! Actually, this was not a big surprise; she has won her class many times in this race: 1995, 1999, 2000, and 2006!
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