Race 5 – Stone SC Cruiser Trophy

One thing we all know is that no weather forecasts consider the possibility of sea breezes and their effect, and many's the time that they have had a crucial effect on BJRC races. As we went past Osea on the way down the south westerly was stronger than forecast, but by Stone it was enough to stem the tide under full m

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Race 4 – Brown Cup

Another southwesterly wind, veering to west, and as usual a long run out kept the fleet together, the fast boats being unable to pull away. Thanks first to MLSC Race Officer Tommy Mills, a one man Race Committee, for giving up his day as a competitor. Tommy set the longest course in the book, up to Wallet no. 3, and ba

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The forecast gave the best day for some time past and to come, with SW F3, and a bit more later - probably after the race. Race Officer Trevor Holder had set a long course, to the Spitway and Wallet no. 3, and an excellent field of 18 boats set off on a dead run in a nice F 2 - 3. However, the wind soon gave signs o

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