Df65 19th January_22

After a couple of sails - once round a pair of windward leeward race marks - it became clear

that the projected seven, what to speak of nine races would not be entertained by prevailing

conditions. Thus acting officials received average points in order for all five, hard-earned races to count. We look forward to the next sailing event on the 2022 calender!



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