June 9th and the elusive.

The elusive yellow mark (150 deg, 1.4nm from RC). The cruising fleet  had hard time to find the weather yellow mark .
A 15 deg wind shift to the right of the course, pushed further west the cruising fleet chasing the layline and not taking advantage  of the lift to the mark. VHF comments were eloquents until Breck  found the “culprit”. All captains and crews are  due back behind the desk for a  navigation 102 refreshing course….
On the results, Blind date  is still holding a good lead in the cruising class, while Likety Split  took the top spot for the racing class..
10 days to the Governor’s cup with a possible  3 races on Saturday 23 and  2 on Sunday 24. Get your boat ready
See you on the water.
 Patrick
Race 1 Wind 5-10 1′ swell Start at 11.40 am
 
Boat PHRF Ela.clock Ela.corr. Distance Adjust. Correct.time Position
Racing SB-RC-SB-RC
Lickety 168 111’14” 111.23 6.6 2.80 92.75 1
TeeSou 168 115’00 115 6.6 2.80 96.52 2
Cruising YB-SB-RC
Run away 201 122’37” 122.61 4.23 3.35 108.44 2
Blind date 189 110’55” 110.91 4.23 3.15 97.59 1
Regulus 90 115’28” 115.46 4.23 1.50 109.12 3
La Lune d’Azur TBA DNF 4.23
Race 2 Wind 10-12 1′ swell Start 2.00pm
 
Boat PHRF Ela.clock Ela.corr. Distance Adjust. Correct.time Position
Racing YB-RC
Lickety 168 61’17” 61.28 2.8 2.80 53.44 1
TeeSou 168 62’28” 62.46 2.8 2.80 54.62 2
Cruising 2.21
Runaway 201 DNS 2.21 3.35 -7.40
Blind date 189 72′ 72 2.21 3.15 65.04 1
Regulus 90 95′ 95 2.21 1.50 91.69

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