DF65's_7th July Race 01

Race officer's course for the morning gave ten keen skippers two consecutive beats up to marks 5 and 4; with #8 as a wing and #1, the downwind pivotal mark. Good sailing on all points was available over the span of eight heats, thanks to a blustery but dry sou'wester. Well done to constant sailors: 1st Place - CS helming 162; 2nd Place - JB sailing #002; 3rd Place - RB at the helm of #33.

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