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Mark Corson
Hail Port: EWYC



Yacht Information  
Make: Beneteau
Model: Oceanis 321
Sail Number: 60661
PHRF Rating: 167
JAM Rating: 176
2011 CSA Series  
South Shore: JAM
Womens's: Double-Handed
Double-Handed: Not Entered


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Mark Corson
Mark and Talana Corson live in Bay Village. They previously lived in Houston, Calgary, Chicago, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and various suburbs of Cleveland. Mark is a specialist in developing corporate training programs. He is semi-retired. He worked for Shell, Accenture, and Ernst & Young. Talana is a retired librarian and schoolteacher. They have two daughters and four grandsons. They moved back to the Cleveland area in 2014. They re-joined Edgewater Yacht Club in 2015 after living in Canada and Texas for seven years.
Moya-Manzi - 1
At Edgewater Yacht Club
Moya-Manzi - 2
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Moya-Manzi - 3
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Moya-Manzi - 4
JAM racing in Cleveland Race Week June 2016



About Moya-Manzi:

32'7" LOA, 4'3" lead bulb keel, 9700 lbs

Built in 1998.  Mark Corson bought boat in 2015.  He is the second owner.

The boat is built for crusing.   She has a HVAC system, pressure hot/cold water, refrigeration, berths for up to seven people, propane stove/oven, microwave, shower in head, hand-held shower on swim platform, classic mast, lazy-jacks, Doyle Stack-Pac, furling 155% genoa, asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN snuffer, dodger, bimini, and auto-pilot.

In 2015 Moya-Manzi scored first overall in EWYC's JAM C class.   In 2016 she scored first overall in EWYC 's JAM B class.   Moya-Manzi came in third in the Cleveland Deepwater Race to Put-in-Bay in 2016.

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