Mads Bendix has taken a two point lead over Andre Budzien after the second day of Kieler Woche. Thomas Hansson-Mild overcame a UFD in the first race of the day to post a 3,2 and stay in third, but is now 12 points adrift of the front two.
Though the day started sunny, it became progressively cloudier, with a 12-18 knot breeze developing from the west and a steep chop causing quite a few to skip the later races and head back to the Sckilksee.
The fleet is sharing the course with the Finn class and is sailing the inner trapezoid loop followed by two long offwind legs to the finish, which tends to favour the better downwind sailors. More here.