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Replying to:Bay to Bay
Another good roll up, another great event. We had 4 24DK's, 16 24SK's and 4 28's. Not quite as many as last years but far and away the best numbers in the fleet of 172. Outstanding performance of the weekend in my book was Andrew Pike on "Sly Fox", taking out division 3 on both CBH and PBH. I think the presence of Darren Dyer on board made a big difference but doesn't take anything away from Andrew or his boat. He managed to beat home some pretty quick IM boats including "Go For It" which had previously appeared invincible. "F Troop" won the coveted Rob Legg Challenge trophy. The sail up the back of Big Woody Island on Sunday was exhilliarating. A good 20 knots of Easterly putting the apparent wind right on the beam was the recipe for a lot of get up and go. We cracked 10 knots on numerous occasions, without wave assistance. What is planing speed on a 24? The get together at Garry's on Saturday arvo enabled a few skippers and crew to get to know each other and to have a look at what the quicker boats are doing. Perhaps the best ever B2B Cheers