So this year we’ve had our 35th annual south-dalmatian regatta, which is sailed in three 20NM stages. The regatta sails through the southern adriatic, and is considered to be the most beautiful regatta in the adriatic. It’s sailed in the first weekend of August, and it is sailed in winds of 5-15 knots maximum, so usually lighter, more extreme boats benefit in these conditions.
We sailed on board our boat “Arhimed” or “Archimedes” in English, which is a 950kg 28ft open prototype with a canting keel, came in at 6th out of 74 in real time. Archimedes sailed in the smallest length class, and swept through the competition.
Also, just recently, on the 26th of september, we’ve sailed Mrduja, the most massive Croatian regatta with 185 boats on the starting line and came in 8th in total (real time), by far first in our class, beating 50ft full racers. – Anarchist Lovre.