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Glenn Highland's Andrews 39 Bien Roulée won the overall Ullman Sails Offshore Championships for best combined score in the Islands Race, Border Run, Around Catalina and Santa Barbara to King Harbor Races and took the 30-39 foot division along the way. Bob Lane's Andrews 63 Medicine Man also topped the 50+ division.

The Andrews 49.9 It's OK! , campaigned by Tres Gordos, LLC, won ULDB A in the 2011 Santa Barbara to King Harbor Race besting TP 52's and ULDB 70's. Glenn Highland sailed his Andrews 39
Bien Roulée to 2nd in ULDB B.
The Andrews ULDB 70's Pegasus-Motion X and Alchemy finished 2nd and 3rd Overall and Division 3 in the classic 2011 Transpac Race demonstrating the long competitive life of these Andrews designs. Alchemy has moved to the leading pack of this competitive fleet since fitting a new Andrews keel and rudder.
It's OK! , the Andrews 49.9 campaigned by Andy Rose, Tom Purcell and Lew Beery, won the FAST 50+ division of the Ullman Inshore Championships for the top combined scores in this season's buoys regattas against a fleet ranging from 45 footers to ULDB 70's. Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion was third.


Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion was named Long Beach Race Week's PHRF Boat of the Week after winning the competitive Fast 50's fleet. Medicine Man, Bob Lane's Andrews 63 won the PHRF Random Leg class and the Andrews 50 It's OK finished 4th in Fast 50's.
Medicine Man, Bob Lane's Andrews 63, won PHRF ULDB A and Overall in the 2010 Border Run Long Course and Ed Feo's Andrews 45, Locomotion, won PHRF Light A. Glenn Highland's Andrews 39, Bien Roulée, scored 2nd PHRF A and 3rd overall in the Border Run Short Course.
In her first race for new owners Orange Coast College Magnitude 80 set a record in the 130 mile Islands Race from Long Beach, around Catalina and San Clemente Islands, to San Diego with a time of 12h 17m 23s, 20 percent faster than the next boat.
Per Peterson's Alchemy continued a streak started in the 2010 SD to PV Race by winning Class A in the 8 race MEXORC sailed out of the Marina Riviera Nayarit February 27 - March 6.

Congratulations to Per Peterson's and the crew of the Andrews 68 Alchemy (pictured right) for winning Class B and finishing 3rd Overall in the SD to Puerto Vallarta Race with their new keel. Bob Lane's Andrews 63 Medicine Man was one of three boats to break the course record.


Doug Baker's Andrews designed Magnitude 80 has again set a new monohull course record in the 81 mile Santa Barbara to King Harbor race with a time of 6h 26m 39s.
Bob Lane's Andrews 63 Medicine Man won Transpac's Unlimited Division for the highest tech boats with movable ballast. Bob and Rob Barton's Andrews 56 Cipango took 2nd in Div. III. Doug Baker's Magnitude 80 was 2nd across the line, behind only a 100 footer, and scored the 3rd fastest time in the race's history. An Andrews keel, rudder and rig helped Peter Tong's SC70 OEX SC win Div. II.
Congratulations to Michael Roth and the crew of his Andrews 65 Micjay for crossing the finishing line first on the Bayview-Mackinac's Thunder Bay Course.
Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion won Class A of the 360 mile Coastal Cup from San Francisco to Catalina Island. Andrews designs had the three fastest elapsed times with Doug Baker's Magnitude 80 leading the fleet followed by Per Peterson's Andrews 68 Alchemy and then Locomotion. Rob and Bob Barton's Andrews 56 Cipango showed great speed with their new keel, 5th fastest on elapsed time and earning the Class A 3rd on handicap.
For a second straight year, John Buchan and the crew of his Andrews 77, Glory, took triple crown honors in the 2009 Swiftsure Race. With a four hour lead on the next boat, Glory took 1st to Finish, 1st Overall, and 1st in Division.
Doug Baker's Magnitude 80 broke the Newport to Ensenada Race monohull course record, covering the 125 mile course in 10h 37m 50s. It's OK!, Tres Gordos' Andrews 50, was the handicap winner of the strong 14 boat Maxi Division. 

Congratulations to Glenn Highland whose Andrews 39, Bien Roulée, showed her winning form by finishing first in Class A and Overall in the Border Run from Newport, around North Coronado Island to San Diego.

The Andrews 50 It's OK! won the big boat class in NHYC's Ahmanson Cup with straight firsts. Congratulations to helmsman Tom Purcell, tactician Andy Rose and boat manager Lew Beery.
John Buchan's Andrews 77 Glory finished first, 1h 40m ahead of the next boat, in WVYC's 130 mile Southern Straits Race between the city and island of Vancouver in British Columbia. 
Doug Baker's Magnitude 80 boasted the fastest elapsed time in NHYC's 2009 Newport to Cabo Race. The Andrews 80 also holds the course record set in 2005.
Glenn Highland's Andrews 39 Bien Roulée won LAYC's Whitney Series LA to Newport Race in PHRF B and overall. Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion took 1st in PHRF A with Peter Tong's Andrews updated OEX 2nd, and Bob Lane's Andrews 63 Medicine Man 3rd. 

Ray Ordoveza skippered his Andrews 53, Karakoa to victory over Asia's top IRC fleet in the Boracay Series. The seven races included the Presidents Cup Regatta sailed at Boracay Island and the 204 mile Manila to Boracay Race.

Ray Ordoveza's Andrews 53 Karakoa scored 2nd in the 200 mile Manila to Boracay Race against the cream of the Asian IRC fleet, missing 1st place by just 28 minutes. Sam Chan's Andrews designed TP 52 Ffreefire 52 followed closely and took 3rd.

Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion took 4th in class in Del Rey Yacht Club's Malibu and Return Race

Congratulations to Bob Lane and the crew of his Andrews 63 Medicine Man for taking 1st in PHRF A in LAYC's Around Catalina Race. Lewis Beery's Andrews 50 It's OK took 2nd and Ed Feo's Andrews 45 Locomotion took 3rd.

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