Caribbean delivers for start of St. Thomas International Regatta:
St Thomas, USVI (March 23, 2018) – The Caribbean lived up to its reputation as one of the best places on the planet to sail during the first day of racing in the 45th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR).
The nearly fifty boats, competing in four classes, reveled in the perfect conditions: 10- to 15-knots of breeze, 3- to 5-foot swells, blue sunny skies and temperatures comfortably in the 80s.
With the weather throwing no curve balls, the big focus of the day for the racers was on each other. This proved formidable given the depth of talent in each class.
“We’ve sailed extensively in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, such as in the UK and the Netherlands,” s…
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