RC44 Porto Cervo Cup - Day One
John Bassadone’s Peninsula Petroleum holds a slender lead after three races and considerable patience from race officials and competitors alike on the opening day of the RC44 Porto Cervo Cup, hosted by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda. While conditions were forecast to be a brisk 15-20 knots, they were anything but this. After race one, the wind shut off for most of the afternoon before a light breeze filled in enabling two more races to sailed, finally completed at 1900 CET.
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RC44 Porto Cervo Cup - Day Two
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RC44 Porto Cervo Cup - Day Three
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