Results 5 June

There was a nice reasonably steady breeze last night which provided good sailing in sunshine for the 9 boats that turned out to sail Course B. Congratulations to Martin Worth on his trimaran for winning this challenge; it’s been a long time coming but we are all delighted to see perseverance finally paying off!

It was good to see Stewart and Hilary Whitelock out on the water in their YUNITA gaining a 3rd position in their first outing this year.

At the tail end of the fleet, Rob Stebbing in his light weather version International Canoe found the conditions too strong, capsized a few times and sensibly decided to head for home. Tony Head rounded East Tamar North the wrong way, subsequently “un-winding” but losing lots of time in the process. And he devised the course …….

Results are attached together with Points Overall.

The question has been posed; can a boat start outside the normal staring slot of 1800-1830? The answer of course is yes if there is a good reason for doing so; we want as many boats as possible to take part. However it should be noted that starting late usually is disadvantageous as the wind generally is weaker later in the evening, and lack of depth and stronger tidal streams may hamper the early starter.

Tony Head will be away for the next two events (on 19 June and 4 July)unknown, sailing in this year’s Jester Challenge to Baltimore, Republic of Ireland. Details of who will be organising these evenings will be announced shortly.
Cargreen White Sail 2019 Challenge - Results 5 June 2019

Cargreen White Sail Challenge 2019 Overall Points to date 5 June

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