44Cup Cascais 2022 - Day 3
After two days of sun, Atlantic swell and prevailing northwesterlies, conditions turned around for Day Three of the 44Cup Cascais. Overnight the wind veered into the south and in the morning the eight RC44 teams waited ashore for an extra hour and half as the wind filled in. Out on the race track, the tacticians faced the perplexing scenario of the breeze from the new southerly direction, combined with, on the upwinds, more than a knot of current against them, but still with the residual Atlantic swell from the northwest with them.
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