Day Two found some breeze today. Our favorite PRO Judy was able to bang out 5 races in today’s warm and sunny 9-12 knot breeze. The winds were shifting to the right for the majority of Fridaý, finally settling to a tactical afternoon of five and ten degree shifts causing positon changes thoughout the day.
Friday’s sailing found Peter Taselaar’s Bliksem two points ahead of Brad Boston sailing a Rondar worksboat. A tie and only one point behind the Canuckistan sailmaker has the British team led by Glyn Locke on “the snake boat” and Jason Carroll’s Argo. Rounding out the top five going into the final day of racing is Phillip and Wendy Lotz on Arethusa.
The racing is truly a blast down here in Miami, and most of us are sure happy we are not north of Interstate 10, with the weather up north being shown on the tele down here. Lot’s of new friendships are being made with crews going out to dinner together, hanging out at the bars together, getting tossed out of bars together, and even meeting up and having a good ole fashion cook out at the off-season rental houses that can be found at a reasonable cost down here.
The post card is right……..wish you were here