This weekend the club held the King of Bramble Bay Regatta. Breezes were from the east, 10-15 kts, cloudy and overcast on Saturday and partly cloudy Sunday.
Saturday 2 races were run on a triangle-sausage-triangle course. The breeze was more towards the 15kts but with some lulls under the wet clouds.
Today, the PRO set a long course of 13 miles in length. Starting from the Shorncliffe Jetty, then a windward to the Fisheries beacon, north to Otter Rock, then a long leg to Kedron Brook floodway/Nudgee Beach, then return to the jetty for the finish.
While Laurie on the International Canoe was a long way ahead, the Flying Fifteens were relatively close to each other after such a long race.
Thanks to the volunteers for running the races and we look forward to seeing you all again on 29 January for races 5 & 6 of the Summer Series.