Winners announced for the 109th Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac presented by Wintrust.
for the top finishers in each class (by awarded flag count)
TOA, owned by Chicago Yacht Club Members Bruce Danly and Jim Mitchell, placed first in the Mackinac Cup Division.
The Chicago Mackinac Trophy Division, was won by Wizard, a Reichel/Pugh 74 owned by David Askew and Peter Askew of Bayview Yacht Club.
Trois Vignes finished as the overall winner of the Cruising Division on a corrected time basis, winning the Vanenna Cup. Trois Vignes, a Jenneau 64 DS, is owned by John Palmer of the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club.
The Royono Cup, awarded to the first boat to finish of the Saturday starters, was presented to Arete for the second year in a row. Arete is owned by Port Huron Yacht Club Member Rick Warner, who also won the Martin D. Rieck trophy for best corrected time for a multihull.
Infinite Diversion, a Hanse 630e owned by Chicago Yacht Club Past Commodore Joe Haas, racing in the Cruising Division, crossed the finish line and was the earliest boat to ever finish in Race to Mackinac history, earning their crew the Ille Aux Galets Trophy for the first Friday starter to finish the race. Infinite Diversion finished in 40 hours, 8 minutes after it’s Friday start.