Charleston, SC (April 18, 2015) – Sailors at Sperry Charleston Race Week 2015 were treated to a surprise respite this morning, with dead-calm conditions giving the 2,500 sailors at the premier regatta a chance to sleep in and catch up with old friends as the clouds slowly burned off.
Around midday, bright sun and a beautiful, 8-knot sea breeze developed as the land heated, and both the inshore and offshore fleets were treated to a great, late-afternoon of racing in two contests across all fleets.
While the racers competed, one unfortunate incident that took place on Friday kept the jury busy on shore. It also brought into focus the challenges that Sperry Charleston Ra…
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