The start of day 4 at the World Championships was no different with all teams waiting ashore for the breeze.
With GBR1 finishing the qualifying series in the lead wuth a 100% they got to pick their opponents for the semi finals; GBR1 Sharon Grennan picked USA, which meant that the second semi final was GBR2 against Canada.
By 11.00 the breeze had filled in to an average of 8 knots. Race 1 was GBR1 on starboard entry against USA on port. Both boats entered well but a pre
Day 3 started the same way as day 2 with all sailors held ashore waiting for breeze. This time gave all teams a chance to be the sailors from France both sighted and visually impaired and get to here and test there accessible app SARA. This app allows blind sailors to put in marks and gates of a race course to then allow the app to advise the course to the mark and advise speed/distance. It was a great success with all teams. But then at 11.30 with the wind still light all t
All teams arrived at the beautiful Rhu Marina, hoping for a start time of 10.00, but the sun was shining and the water was a perfect mirror. So the AP was displayed by the Race Committee and the waiting game started. It wasn't a long wait, by 11.00 the teams were called to the East Race Area, where the breeze was due to build and by 11.30 the final races of the first Round Robin started to take place. GBR 2 had two races to finish the first Round Robin, seeing them first take
All teams woke to strong breeze but the weather forecasts were saying the wind would drop to 1-2 knots around 13.00. The teams arrived early at Rhu Marina after a great opening ceremony welcome by the Royal Northern and Clyde Yacht Club who’s hard work has made this event happen. All boats headed out to the East race course which is positioned just in front of Helensborough Town. The wind had started to drop but racing was started promptly at 10.00. With the wind shifted by