Tortola, British Virgin Island (April 4, 2015) – The second day of the BVI Spring Regatta was blessed with perfect sailing conditions and wonderful azure blue water, pumped up by 15 knots of warm tradewinds, blew through the Sir Francis Drake Channel.
The British Virgin Islands offer stunning scenery and Mother nature has created one of the best racing areas anywhere in the world. In sharp contrast to the previous day’s survival conditions, tactics and strategy were far more important. Reading the wind and the current correctly were the keys to a good performance on the penultimate day of the BVI Spring Regatta.
BVI Spring Regatta Chairman, Bob Phillips explains…
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