Consistency is Key at J/111 Worlds:
San Francisco, CA (August 25, 2017) – Despite forecasts for lighter-than-average wind on San Francisco Bay, Day Two of the J/111 Worlds, hosted by St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco, California, delivered fresh conditions that gathered as the day’s action unfurled. Berkeley Circle conditions started with a gentle 5-7 knots for the first race and topped out in the high-teens with puffs into the low-20s by the end of the day. But while Mother Nature was dynamic in her temperament, the fleet’s fastest guns kept their performances consistent, proving once again that one-mode boats don’t win world championship titles.
“You never know what the Bay will serve up,” said Pe…
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Consistency is Key at J/111 Worlds, Assoc Editor