Calmer day at Chester RW

Published on August 11th, 2016

Chester, Nova Scotia (August 11, 2016) – The fog rolled in and out until the early afternoon, but winds as low as 12-14 knots made for a calm second day at Chester Race Week, with boats much more in control.

The winds got up to 20 knots outside the islands, but it was less than 15 knots inside the bay. The inconsistency of the wind made for a very strange finish, and there was a 40 minute gap between the top finisher and third place boat on the Alpha 1 course.

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