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Island Sailing Club Tuesday Evening Series - Race 17

by Peter Dickson , Race Officer 24 Aug 2018 07:42 BST 21 August 2018

Race 17, the penultimate in the current series, provided perfect sailing conditions both for competitors and spectators.

A steady 10 knot WSW breeze, a turning neap tide and evening sun shining out of a clear blue sky set the scene for this evening spectacular. The last yacht crossed the Island Sailing Club finish line just after 8 pm just as dusk was falling and in keeping with the ethos of these races emerged the winner on handicap!

Thanks again from all of us to Red Funnel for once again allowing the starts to proceed uninterrupted.

Race 17 Results:

PosNHCIRC Tandem Scoring
Class 1 ‑ Fast Handicap
1stJamboWhooper
2ndMCM FandangoAkarana 3
3rdAcheronMCM Fandango
Class 2 – Medium Handicap
1stExcaliburZiggy
2ndStormcrowStrait Dealer
3rdMouflon NoireMandarin
Class 3 – Slow Cruisers
1stBilly BoatReasons to be Cheerful
2ndParty HatKallista
3rdReasons to be CheerfulN/A
Class 4 – Sonars – One Design
1stBarry Byham
2ndAndy Cassell
3rdIan Margham
Class 5 – Flying Fifteen – One Design
1stComfortably Numb
2ndFflashback
3rdN/A
Class 6 – X One Design – One Design
1stGleam
2ndMytrle
3rdSarah Ross

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