Sailing News

Various classes – Antigua Sailing Week – Day 4 – big breeze and huge Caribbean surf prevailed on the penultimate day

In CSA 1, Sojana, the Farr 115 superyacht of Sir Peter Harrison (Reigate, Surrey, GBR) added another two race wins and extended the lead on Ambersail2, the Volvo 65 of Simonas Steponavicius (Vilnius, LTU) to 7 points. The Kid, a JP54 with Jean-Pierre Dick (Lorient, Morbihan, FRA) is 3rd. —- In CSA 2, the Ker 46 Lady Mariposa (Hamble, Hampshire, GBR), skippered Jesper Bank DEN, scored another brace of bullets yesterday and clearly leads ahead of a four-way tie on points for runner-up between Rebel, the Farr 45 of Sir Hugh Bailey (St Pauls, St Johns, ANU), Pata Negra, the Lombard IRC 46 of Adrian Fisk (GBR), PHAN, the GP42 of Jeremy Thorp (Upper Swanmore, Hampshire, GBR) and Ars Una, a Mylius 15E25 with Vittorio Biscarini (Roma, ITA). —- In CSA 3, Lee Overlay Partners II, the Swan 60 of Adrian Lee (London, GBR) is on top ahead of Theia of London, a CNB Bordeaux 60 of Mark Jagger (London, GBR). —- Big breeze and huge Caribbean surf prevailed on the penultimate day of racing at Antigu00adua Sailing Week. Two races were held for most classes with the CSA Racing fleet starting off Rendezvous Bay. The big boat class and the multihulls enjoyed one long race to the west coast of Antigua. The Bareboat Classes had two technical windward leeward races off Windward Beach. The Double-Handed and Club Classes had one long race offshore, tasting full-on ocean conditions. —- The news of the day ], all results, the ]video of the day and the event website.