DF65 9th March 2022

A dry day beckoned with promise of a S F3-4. A+, A and B rigs were all used by different sailors each having its own advantages as the wind gusted or dropped.



Mar-09 Results
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Chris set a yellow buoy about one third of the distance to buoy 4 from a point on the shore just north of the jetty. This and 4 gave the start then Orange/Black (about 30 yards off shore to the south, Orange (nearer in shore), zero, 1, 4, O/B, O, zero, 1, Y/4 finish.


12 competitors with some close racing, broaches and submarining. Honours go to 1st - CS 362, 2nd - JB 002, 3rd - CW 06 (but as it was his "B" rig boat it's sail number was 976).


Best wishes,

Bruce

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