Campeonato de Otoño

Algarrobo, Chile, March 3-4, 2018

Report by Micah Ortuzar

We had a great weekend. The first day with light and patchy winds from the southwest, and tall waves made it a challenging condition.

On the seccond day we had stronger winds, up to th 20’s range, so it was a whole different game. Some capsizes added spice to the end of the third race. Everyone arrived safely back and were welcomed with some fresh water and beers.

Algarrobo, Chile, March 3-4, 2018

Report by Micah Ortuzar

We had a great weekend. The first day with light and patchy winds from the southwest, and tall waves made it a challenging condition.

On the seccond day we had stronger winds, up to th 20’s range, so it was a whole different game. Some capsizes added spice to the end of the third race. Everyone arrived safely back and were welcomed with some fresh water and beers.

 

This event was the defining one for clasifying crews to the “Juegos Sudamericanos ODESUR”, to be held in Cochabamba, Bolivia, next May. The results didn’t change much from the previous event. But there are a couple teams working hard to get ahead and fight for the lead.

Overall we had a great weekend for our fleet that is growing stronger every day!

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