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Kiwi Spirit was the line honors leader from start to finish in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. The Farr 63 finished off St. David's Lighthouse at 2:27:59 Tuesday. © Talbot Wilson
Kiwi Spirit was the line honors leader from start to finish in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. The Farr 63 finished off St. David's Lighthouse at 2:27:59 Tuesday.

Class B winner and second in the Founders Division was the US Naval Academy's Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman.  © Fran Grenon / Spectrum Photo
Class B winner and second in the Founders Division was the US Naval Academy's Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman.

Winner in class C was the Tartan 4100 Pinnacle, skippered by Peter Torosian of Rye NH, Celestial © Fran Grenon / Spectrum Photo
Winner in class C was the Tartan 4100 Pinnacle, skippered by Peter Torosian of Rye NH, Celestial

Roy and Gail Greenwald’s Valiant 42 Cordelia has finished first in fleet on corrected time in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. She will win the Goslings Founders Trophy. The Greenwalds sail out of Mairon MA. Cordelia is also the Class D winner. © Fran Grenon / Spectrum Photo
Roy and Gail Greenwald’s Valiant 42 Cordelia has finished first in fleet on corrected time in the 2019 Marion Bermuda Race. She will win the Goslings Founders Trophy. The Greenwalds sail out of Mairon MA. Cordelia is also the Class D winner.

Of the class leaders, Elena, (60750) Steve Gordon's Alden 50 from Stamford CT, was the farthest boat to the west. She was 334 miles from the finish steering 152º. Elena won Block Island 2019 and is the leader here in Class C. © Fran Grenon, spectrum Photo
Of the class leaders, Elena, (60750) Steve Gordon's Alden 50 from Stamford CT, was the farthest boat to the west. She was 334 miles from the finish steering 152º. Elena won Block Island 2019 and is the leader here in Class C.

The classic schooner Tabor Boy from Tabor Academy continues as the sole competitor in the Classic Division. Spirit of Bermuda, the other classic entry, sailed outside of the starting line pin, failing to start correctly, not crossing the starting line. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
The classic schooner Tabor Boy from Tabor Academy continues as the sole competitor in the Classic Division. Spirit of Bermuda, the other classic entry, sailed outside of the starting line pin, failing to start correctly, not crossing the starting line.

Sunday's estimated leader in Class B was NA24 Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman. The US Naval Academy boat looked very smart coming off the line in Marion Friday. She's always highly competitive in offshore conditions. © Fran Grenon, spectrum Photo
Sunday's estimated leader in Class B was NA24 Gallant, a Pearson Composite Navy 44 skippered by Christian Hoffman. The US Naval Academy boat looked very smart coming off the line in Marion Friday. She's always highly competitive in offshore conditions.

Class D has harbored the winning boat for the past two Marion Bermuda Race. Cordelia the leader of that class on Sunday morning has 384 miles left to Bermuda. She was making 7.1 kts steering 148º. Cordelia is skippered by Roy Greenwald of Marion. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
Class D has harbored the winning boat for the past two Marion Bermuda Race. Cordelia the leader of that class on Sunday morning has 384 miles left to Bermuda. She was making 7.1 kts steering 148º. Cordelia is skippered by Roy Greenwald of Marion.

Kiwi Spirit, the Riley Family's Farr 63, is the scratch (fastest) boat and still leads all boats for line honors. Sunday Morning, she was 300 miles from Bermuda sailing on starboard tack at 8 kts steering a course of 139º. Winds were fresh from the southw © Talbot Wilson
Kiwi Spirit, the Riley Family's Farr 63, is the scratch (fastest) boat and still leads all boats for line honors. Sunday Morning, she was 300 miles from Bermuda sailing on starboard tack at 8 kts steering a course of 139º. Winds were fresh from the southw

Abigail, Robert Buck's Aquidneck 52 from Marion MA, was some 25 miles back and a little further west than Kiwi Spirit. She was sailing 151º to Bermuda. Abigail is the predicted leader of Class A at this time, according to the data on the YB Tracking. © Fran Grenon, Spectrum Photo
Abigail, Robert Buck's Aquidneck 52 from Marion MA, was some 25 miles back and a little further west than Kiwi Spirit. She was sailing 151º to Bermuda. Abigail is the predicted leader of Class A at this time, according to the data on the YB Tracking.