The fleet enjoyed conditions similar to those on Sunday last, with an offshore south-westerly wind blowing from Portmarnock beach at about 4 knots. But as the wind picked up to about 6 knots cumulus clouds hung over the land, while over the sea there was a blue sky. How would the Squibs interpret this information?

After a seemingly obligatory general recall the Squibs finally got away for a close and interesting windward-leeward race, with a few shifts and variations thrown in by the breeze to test everyone and keep the fleet tightly packed.

  Race 6 : 1st Windward  
  Race 6 : 1st Leeward  
  Race 6 : 2nd Windward  


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