A bit of a hard day today, with winds gusting from B rig (just) conditions through to fully loaded up C rig conditions. As such, there was an amount of attrition through the day, with sheet breakage all the way to mast stub snapping during the racing.
We got a late start as we waited for the weather to decide what to do. Simply too much wind to start with and abandonment was considered for a while. Once away, three scratch races started, to warm the sailors up, and then moved on to the handicap racing. Four heats were completed prior to lunch, and then it was decided to call the day to a close with the amount of sailors unable to continue afterwards. Ray Joyce was to most consistent on the day, with two wins and a second, with David Jones close behind. Handicaps will sort them out for next month and bring them back to the pack…….
Results below for the week, along with the two rounds of the Kawana system for DF95’s.
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