by Dale Lorimer on 30 Nov 2013
Lloyd Clark’’s Voodoo Chile is lying second overall, just one point behind Transfusion - Aberdeen Asset Farr 40 OD Trophy Dale Lorimer
Four races were held on a windward/leeward course between Dobroyd Head and Lady Bay in 12-15 knot breezes that shifted slowly from south to SSE over the course of the races.
Lloyd Clark's Voodoo Chile and Guido Belgiorno-Nettis' Tranfusion alternated their two wins apiece, with Tom Slingsby calling tactics on Transfusion, helping to put them on top of the leader board on 7 points, while Voodo Chile is second on 8 points and Stephen Boyes Wired, third on 13 points.
Dale Lorimer followed the fleet and captured these images. Watch out for Dale's Day One video, coming shortly.