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The Winners — August 2003

   
The sign on the left shows blatant judge-bribing.

1st Place
Rowing Class: Eastport Yacht Club
Sailing Class: Detail of Design

2nd Place
Rowing Class: Bristol Yacht Sales
Sailing Class: Team VooDoo

Captain Nemo Award (most innovative form of propulsion)
Rowing Class: DVE Construction – Dave Openshaw
Sailing Class: Eastport Yacht Club – Wesley Wilde

Best Design
Rowing Class: Dark & Stormy – John Stuart Neuman
Sailing Class: Details of Design – Terry Fitzsimmons

The Eastport Civic Association’s entry from last year’s challenge, complete with motorscooter-powered pedals and Viking hat.

Most Courteous
AA County – Barbara Schlossman

B-A-B Founders Trophy (the team that best explemplifies the spirit and goals of the Build-a-Boat Challenge)
Lets Go Cruising – David Hammel

Chesapeake Bay Trophy (the team most reflective of Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay community)
Admirals House Stinger – Frank Flyntz

The Ugly Duckling Award (the boat that turns into a swan)
City of Annapolis – Emory Harrison

Neatnick Award (the team that maintains the neatest workspace during construction)
AYC JI Members – Tim Libby

Best Dressed Team
Chris Ellis – Chris Ellis

Most Corrupt Team
Oleary’s – Paul Meyer

Most Artistic
Nieman Weeks – Eleanor McKay

The Ark and Dove Award (the craft that best represents a historical vessel)
MRE – Mike Raab

The Annapolis Cup (the boat that best represents the pride of Annapolis)
Team Voo Doo – Andrew Hughes

Manatee Award (hull that best typifies ease of moving in water)
Bristol Yacht Sales – Pat Mayben

Team Spirit
Evergreen Assurance – Blake Nolan

The Davy Jones Award (the first boat to sink)
Lets Go Cruising – David Hammel

Fastest Built Boat
SS Clovelly – David Hilt

Slowest Built Boat
Hospice of Chesapeake – R. Deny

Lightest Boat
SS Clovelly – David Hilt

Heaviest Boat
Hinckley Yachts – Jennifer Richards

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This article originally appeared in the July 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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