Scrambled eggs at Kieler Woche:
Kiel, Germany (June 21, 2018) – The second day of Kieler Woche for the Olympic fleets brought a bit of everything all at once. The weather was all over the place, making life extremely challenging not just for the sailors but for the race officers and their crews. It was a down day for USA with nearly everyone in the top ten yesterday slipping but Canada is now represented among the eight fleets. Full report.
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Scrambled eggs at Kieler Woche, Editor
Peet Must: A Cinderella Story:
While the Pac52 Class in California hasn’t yet risen to the ranks of TP52 racing in the Mediterranean, the west coast fleet is stacked and the boats are thoroughbreds. It is not for the timid, and certainly not for rookies to excel at their first at bat.
So when 34 year old Peet Must got the call to be a last minute driver in the Pac52 fleet, nobody expected this New Jersey sailor to guide the Interlodge team to win Leg 2 of the Pac52 West Coast Tour. But like Cinderella, a happy ending …
Full Article: Scuttlebutt Sailing News – Peet Must: A Cinderella Story, Editor