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6/7th August. Lake Kawana , Meridian Street , off  Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast.

Saturday 6th August 2016

0830 – 0915   Registration and Regatta Check Measurement
0915 -            Briefing
0930 -            Racing Commences
1230 – 1300   Lunch Break
1300 – 1630   Racing

Sunday 7th August 2016

0900 -           Registration Check in, Briefing
0930 -           Racing Commences
1200 -  1230  Lunch Break
1500 –          Racing Ends

Lake Kawana , Meridian Street , off Nicklin Way, Bokarina, Sunshine Coast.

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Captain Jack's Monkey says ----

Well Guys,

We had another wonderful afternoon on the Sunny Coast. It was a relatively consistent ESE breeze that remained regular in direction. It did get a bit like a lottery up near the windward mark but this allowed for equally rewarded results both approaching from the left of right.

As is the norm these days at Kawana, there was no real stand-out boat. The racing was very close and very even. There were again 5 different race winners through the day and 3 others gained 2nd place finishes. The finishes of almost all races were spread over extremely small margins with the fleet finishing within 1 minute of each other in several races.

Doug again unfortunately missed the first race thru electrical problems and this put him under the pump early. The Commodore showed good early form by taking out the first race from the ever improving Captain Jack. The Admiral continued his recent winning form and took out the second race in a particularly close finish with Doug.

The Captain's Monkey showed clearly how to crumble under pressure when he managed to hook himself on the bottom mark when running second and this allowed Doug to have his nose in front at lunch. There were 6 boats at this stage that had good chances of taking the day. The breeze at the end of the day began to fade and coincidentally at the same time the Monkey started to drag himself clear of the pack and took out the last three races by small margins.

 In the end the Captain's Monkey won the day from Doug and the Admiral.


1st   Captain's Monkey   23 pts
2nd  Doug                    32 pts
3rd   Admiral                36 pts

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