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28 November 2019


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GRATULACJE WRmirekd!!!
TILLYKKE Mouthansar!! MAITH AN FEAR bonknhoot!

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Since we first raced on Lake Superior and experienced the grand tour of its famous lighthouses (the “Lights”) in 2009, Sailonline has experienced a wide range of wind conditions here – from fickle, light and shifty to “blowing a hoolie” – but rarely do we get what might be considered Goldilocks weather but, we must have earned the favour of the wind gods of North America, because this year’s race really was blessed with good winds. From the start it was a matter of decided on snaking through the Apostles or heading out across the Lake and, as you will read in the excellent reports from our podium, below, how this decision was made by our winners!

There was fierce competition right from the start with the good winds really energising the fleet and the excellent Timelapse Video (by Bimmer) shows just how the race played out. Many congratulations to our podium three who beat the rest of our fleet, flying the flags of 33 different nations, arriving within moments of each other and only just ahead of their competition!

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