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LES VOILES DE SAINT BARTH 2013: Status Quo

Published on April 12th, 2013

(April 12, 2013) – Well-rested after a lay-day spent at the beach and enjoying other leisurely pursuits, competitors at Les Voiles de St. Barth returned to the race course today. Despite a forecast that called for rain and increased winds, sunshine and trade winds prevailed, though the breeze was lighter at 12 to 14 knots. Principal Race Officer Jean Coadou gave the Maxi/Racing, Spinnaker 1,2,3 and Melges 24 classes two races today: counter-clockwise courses of 17 and 14 nautical miles around St. Barths. Classics, Non-Spinnaker, and Multi-hull classes completed one race, a 31-nautical miler around St. Barths and all of the nearby islets. – Read on

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