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FAV sailing official report:

II championship of cruises Interclub Strait
27 February ‘ 12


‘News II-Estrella Damm’, ‘Titicaca’ and ‘Iphara’, winners of the 3rd test of the II championship cruises Interclub of the Strait 2011 – 2012, held this Saturday in the Bay of Algeciras.


On this occasion the port Marina Alcaidesa Alcaidesa Varadero sponsor and white Elias workshops, have welcomed 40 boats in its Marina for this test.


Organisation and fleet resolved this Saturday a day complicated in the weather during the 3rd test II championship of cruises Interclub of the Strait 2011 – 2012, marked by a day without wind under the parts, the fleet left and waited for to come south of about 10-12 knots wind, to an exit. After a first moment of doubt before nothing favourable wind conditions, the race Committee led by Félix García took the decision to save the test, by applying a same tour (windward/leeward) for all three groups of RI, consisting of four laps to RI 2 and RI3 and three laps for RI4.
Role in this day for the news II-Estrella Damm of Joseba Eguidazu and Albert Weil (RCN Algeciras) and his crew, who managed to handle the news II-Estrella Damm until the best race of the day, with an impeccable navigation that managed to overcome almost 3 minutes 56 seconds of income in the RI 2 class to the hitherto unbeaten ‘ David Latham Seawolf of Southampton. First place in RI 3 was for the boat Sotogrande RCM Titicaca and RI 4 CAS CEUTA Iphara boat.


After the food seafood in the Club maritime Linense, celebrated awards to the winners of each class, in a ceremony that was attended with the presence of Javier García Rofriguez, Councillor for sports of the City Hall of the Linea de la Concepción; Antonio Valbuena, Manager of the port Marina Alcaidesa


The 4th test of the II championship cruises Interclub of the Strait 2011 – 2012, it will be your next appointment on Saturday 24 March, organized by the Sotogrande RCM,


Author: Atlantic Charters

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