Offshore

Sail Racing Palma Vela drifts into final day

 
The wind pressure is relatively slack and the skies are still quite overcast for the final day of the Sail Racing Palma Vela.

All the classes are open and there is everything to play for, it looks like a fairly light wind finale although there is a belief the sea breeze will come in the afternoon but that will very much depend on how much the clouds roll back and the land heats up.

It is one of those days when anything can happen and the weather models really do not agree, different predictions showing between 4 and 14 knots.

“We think the cloud cover will remain for the morning but the south westerly should come in during the afternoon, albeit fairly light.” Suggests Jeremy Robinson, tactician on the Wally Cento Galateia. ?

Class leaders are:

Magic Blue (Wally class),
Pelotari Project (IRC),
Azzurra (TP52),
Earlybird (ClubSwan 50),
Elena Nova (Swan 45),
Selene Alifax (ClubSwan 42),
Inga from Sweden (Melges 40),
Dktegoria (ORC 1 ),
Petrouchka III (ORC 2)
Airlan Aermec (ORC 3),
Mestral Fast (ORC 4),
Fehurihi (ORC E),
Opera Season (J80)
Dottore Falafel (Dragon),
Speedy Gonzales (Flying Fifteen),
Marigan ( Cangreja),
Cippino (Bermudiano),
Legolas (Spirit of Tradition) and Team CVP Andratx 1 (Hansa 303).??

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