DF65 November 3rd

The cool Northern sector breeze enabled the morning's eleven competitors to navigate their craft around two and a bit laps of the mostly triangular course formed by #4 and #8, with assistance from a temporary inshore starter mark, and a pier post for a finishing transit with #4 buoy. Individual technical hitches may explain a few "DNS" codes seen in the results.

Put your catspaws together for the 1st Place - #33 sailed by RB, 2nd place - CW on #06, 3rd place - #162 with CS at the helm.



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