DF65 - Wednesday 14th April

Hallo Team, Please find the word file below for the appropriate consideration. A high turn out for a promising morning. The pace of the action on the water slowed after the 11 o'clock break, as cloud gathered and breeze stilled. At times the fleet drew to a complete stand-still, some accomplishing complete turns on the spot. The returning breeze from a new direction awarding fresh, windward advantage to a once leeward flotilla. Still, all returned to harbour accounted for.

Start line and finish lines were drawn up either side of the pier, with mark #4 making the apex of the bi-equilateral course, if there is such a thing!

Cheers - Julyan Richardson

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