I assembled this a few years ago because even I forget some of the boats and events I sailed. Still fond memories; and still making more.
PLENTY OF WIND OVER 3 DAYS OF RACING IN NARRGANSETT BAY DURING THE NEW YORK YACHT CLUB ANNUAL REGATTA
A WONDERFUL WEEKEND OF CLOSED COURSE SAILING IN NEWPORT RHODE ISALND.
The final day of racing of the 161st annual regatta.
Sunday, the final day of racing for the weekend regatta. We sailed between rose island and fort adams. The wind was out of the southeast at 8-14 knots. Short courses and tight racing.
After a delay the race started, in reverse, the light wind plagued all and the race was shortened to meet the time limit finishing at beavertail. A fine day on the water.
I have edited the video footage of the around the island race down to a time I considered people might actually watch. The consequence of that is that once again I sped up the video in order that the race as a whole is shown. The windward beat with close crossings, the reach, the run with jibes, and the leeward mark rounding where a lot of boats of various sizes arrived at the same time.
This weekend is underway; the NYYC Annual Regatta, yesterday was what is becoming a fixture, the round the island race (around conanicut island) plenty of wind and the tide running hard. Today I am almost certain we will sail outside, heading to R2 at the entrance of Narragansett Bay. The weather forecast was spot on as events unraveled as predicted. Today, if the forecast is as predicted we may well start with an answering pennant, signaling a delay; as we wait for the wind to settle.
Francois Joyon and IDEC are now only 31 miles behind Thomas Coville and SOBEDO.