Oddly enough, the crew with the least amount of experience in Long Island Sound, the Canadian team on the Farr 40 Honour, had one of the better scorelines in the fleet, two bullets. "We have a really good group of guys that were able to keep the boat going," said tactician Andy Horton, of Annapolis, Md. "They really concentrated well, which was the key to today. Its harder for the skipper and the trimmers than it is for me, theyve got to keep changing gears." Honours team has been put together to compete in the Farr 40 Worlds that will be held in the Bahamas in December, and next years Worlds in Sardinia. "Were very excited," said skipper Alek Krstajic, of Toronto. "Andys doing a great job and we had great boat speed. Im just disappointed that there arent more Farr 40s here." The regattas largest class, the 18-boat J/105 class is topped by Damien Emerys Eclipse, who scored a steady 2, 1 for the day and is six points ahead of the second-place boat, Magic Hat. Geoffery Pierini, sailing his J/80 Bada Bing!, is first in his six boat class, which only sailed one race Friday.