In late July, Greg Gendell, 49, is driving to the airport. Again. He’s outbound for another regatta, but this time he’s headed to little ol‘ Traverse Bay, Michigan, rather than Palma, Portugal, Sweden or the many other exotic racing locales he frequents. So far this summer he’s been to Europe a half-dozen times to command the bow of Quantum Racing in the 52 Super Series and Aleph in the 44 Cup regattas, the two top-tier pro-sailing circuits. Not long ago he was a solo traveler to his sailing gigs, but on this particular airport run, his 11-year-old son is riding shotgun as he navigates the airport parking garage. This weekend, Gendell 2.0 will be watching his pops do his thing on the bow of the 52-footer Interlodge, just as the elder has done for nearly two decades as one of the best in the business.