Df65's 16th February_Race 7

Two or three boats started off with the default A rig, the A+ rigged boats could become over-powered and head off course, sometimes spectacularly.

Reaching a clear wind after rounding distant mark #3 was a challenging experience.

#985 achieved an impromptu, windward rescue of #002 the keel of which had hooked the anchor line of said mark.


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