Turning Point laps opponents in blowout twilight showdown
mere minutes separating the three at the finish.
Fargo pushed hard all afternoon and managed to push Masquerade off the podium third. Waiting for presentations on the Sailing Club balcony, competitors were given some entertainment as the crew off Rossgo failed to hold on to the bow while the boat was on its trailer in the duck pond, and sailed off on its own towards the rock wall opening, earning not only cheers from the balcony, but also the SML award. ahead, with only ten seconds separating Crossbow and
Wobbly Boot in Crossbow’s fa
vour. QMS fought hard against
Reignition, but was unable to reach the finish first.
High Tide was back on form in division three, snatching the best start from the rest of the fleet, and the clear air allowed him to pull away and claim the line honours, bragging rights and the podium win. Rossgo, Synchronicity and Masquerade were soon doing battle together, with AS THE only multihull on the bay for the Sailing Club’s twilight race, Turning Point was certain to claim the podium win, and the strong breeze ensured he wasn’t racing alone as he lapped every other boat in the other divisions.
Wobbly Boot stole the best start from rival QMS and was soon in close quarter racing with Twister and Crossbow.
Twister picked the right hand side of the track in the final upwind battle and managed to hold out the two to cross the finish line a minute