Moderate southerlies got the fleet around the course on Wednesday night – 43 yachts started, but unfortunately, there were a couple scored DNF.
Astarte took out PHS for the Troubleshooters Jo Johanessen, whilst Portofino nabbed Helly Hansen’s AMS.
Horizon Sails Spinnaker Series I had Salamander III taking 1st place on AMS and IRC and White Swan scoring the PHS prize.
The Moutain Goat of the Day was awarded to Janet Dean and her crew on Jungle Juice for getting mixed up in the RYCV/HBYC fleet and retiring from the race in favour of a relaxed G’n’T instead.
The RYCV Lipton Cup Regatta took place on Saturday (and Sunday for some divisions).
Here are the results for the RMYS boats that competed.
Division B – Addiction – 3rd PHS and 7th AMS.
Division C – Mood Indigo – 8th PHS and 3rd IRC
Division E – Boambillee – 8th Classics, 5th PHS
Phantom – 16th PHS, 12th AMS
Cadets, Optis and Bics all took to the water on Sunday.
Results will be updated tomorrow for the Juniors on the website.
The Optis/Bics has 5 boats out for the final races of the Spring Championships in fresh to moderate conditions, which all the kids seemed to enjoy. The Black Rock Yacht Club “Go for Gold Regatta” is coming up on the 29th and 30th of November…so if you want to enter, get in quick…only 100 boats are being accepted this year.