- Boat Name: Frenzy
- Sail: USA 107
- Year Built: 1977
- Designer: Britton Chance Jr.
- Builder: Alexander Roberts Co., Oakland CA
- Owner: Jeb Bjornerud
- History: Built to compete in the 1979 World Cup in Seattle.
Frenzy is a very low displacement boat made to the extremes of
the rule. She is constructed of double planked Port Orford cedar
laid in epoxy over oak frames, and very strong. Her deck is clear
finished over cedar strips, fiberglass and epoxy. Frenzy went
to the 1983 Worlds in Newport, CA, where she showed great speed
in the extreme conditions: light air and heavy air. Former owner
Eric Jespersen and his crew did very well with the boat, winning
the 2003 and 2004 Lipton Cups, the 2004 North Americans, and
the 2005 King Olav V Cup. Rodger Phillips started out his tenure
with a bang, winning the 2006
Sir Thomas Lipton Cup, 2008 North American Championships, and
2014 US Nationals. Frenzy was recently purchased by Jeb Bjornerud and will be on the line for the 2017 International 6 Metre World Championships.