What a gorgeous night on the water! Can't help to be in a right jolly mood after a night like that. Light air but more than enough to get everybody around the course. Even the BIG ships seemed to be in a good mood. The Crowley Tug Guide Did a marvelous job to keep the Freighter C S L Cabo from messing up the race course moving their 180 degree turn off to the East of the Blair waterway as far out of our way as possible. Only Something Special and Kahuna were pushed a little out of their way to avoid the Monrovian Rust bucket the C S L Cabo. Did I mention she's a bunker C black smoke belcher.
Next race is the last in the Spring Series and the last race is the first tie-breaker, so it's weighted. Should be easy to show as I've ordered 8 to 10 knots of wind and more beautiful Sunshine.
See you on the water, Race results and standings attached,
Race Chair CYCT