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SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week day 5 - Another day in paradise

by SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week media on 4 Sep 2012
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SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week reaches its conclusion today, with racing on Cleveland Bay.

The forecast is for another great day with the wind predicted to be 11 knots from the south east (at 11.00am) and likely to go left again today and build.

It’s a lovely 27C and the Race Committee has set the Grand Prix IRC Racing division course 9, the 18 nautical mile Cape Cleveland triangle. Their warning signal is scheduled for 10:55am.

The Performance Racing fleet will also sail the Cape Cleveland triangle as will the Multihulls, while the Cruising Divisions and Cruising Non Spinnaker will sail a 14 nautical mile course to Cape Cleveland and return.

The sun is shining and the sky blue.

All is set for another great day in Far North Queensland at SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week 2012.

For further information please visit the SeaLink Magnetic Island Race Week website

www.magneticislandraceweek.com.au
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