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1 August 2017

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PARABÉNS Alexandria!!!
CONGRATULATIONS longeacher!! Поздравляю kenza !

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This was Sailonline’s second race in the three Tall Ships Races in Europe - this year “playing” in the Baltic. A relatively short hop from the ancient Finnish port town of Turku to the bustling harbour of Klaipeda in Lithuania. The conditions were relatively uncomplicated for most of the race with good progress being made by all who started on time – towards the end a few tricky bubbles of light winds appeared that put paid to many best laid plans. While full riggers plied the world’s oceans, if anyone has read the books of Patrick O’Brien, you will be familiar with periods of slack winds during which there is nothing much to be done except seek what little wind there is and make the best of it!

As always, it was great to see that our direct competitors in the real fleet, the Class A entries, were pretty much performing as we were on our race screen. The full tracker with all ships participating in reality in all three races in the series is available here .

Congratulations as ever to our three podium Captains – they simply steered their ships more assiduously and more effectively than the rest of us this time! Bravo gentlemen!

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