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Series 1, Race 3 was all about light winds and misty conditions. That doesn't mean we didn't have a ton of fun, though.
Want to have some fun? Come to Annapolis and go sailing! The Sperry Top-Sider Annapolis NOOD rolled into town over May 2-4 and we had a blast.
Friday was a light air day for the Annapolis NOOD regatta, so we decided to poke around the race course and see what sailors do when they're not actively racing.
Chamber of commerce conditions today to make up for yesterday's light air at the NOOD. Racers headed out to the bay are psyched!
We left the water around 2:30 while the fleets were still under postponement.  At 2pm there was a gust at Thomas Point at 8kts, but at 3pm it was back to reporting 6kts.
Can you believe it? Winter is OVA.
Did you attend the Rules of Racing seminar at J/World in March?
The big news at Charleston Race Week didn't come from the J/70 or HPR classes: the big story is how Ian Gordon's brand-(butt) spanking new Farr 280 managed as many bullets as he did