Mere min­utes be­tween twi­light di­vi­sion’s com­peti­tors

Whitsunday Times - - ON THE WATER -

THREE mul­ti­hulls con­tested Di­vi­sion 1 in Wed­nes­day’s Sail­ing Club twi­light se­ries.

Sirocco hit the start right on the gun and took the clear air ad­van­tage, hold­ing off Wild Thing and Quick Skips to take the hand­i­cap win.

In Di­vi­sion 2, Reig­ni­tion con­tin­ued her line honours dom­i­na­tion, fin­ish­ing in 51 min­utes.

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was Huahine, who de­spite hav­ing some is­sues in the past two races, sailed to its hand­i­cap to take the podium win ahead of Wob­bly Boot.

Bobby D was the di­vi­sion’s best starter af­ter a lengthy break from rac­ing.

The rest of the fleet was fairly closely bunched, with three min­utes sep­a­rat­ing the com­pet­ing boats.

Lorna Rose Too was the best starter in Di­vi­sion 3 and en­joyed a close tac­ti­cal battle with ri­vals Kameruka who pushed hard to take the line honours victory.

Syn­chronic­ity, Anthea and Mas­quer­ade fol­lowed but it was Roger Boast’s Serendip­ity who man­aged to claim the hand­i­cap win.

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