Mike Kenyon was on the water this weekend for all the action in the Sail Mooloolaba Dinghy Division racing. The sun was hiding, but the breeze was still there to keep the racing exciting.
Arrow Class series Leader Rob Lea, three firsts in the four races on day one. - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
On the offshore course Lasers, 4.7s, Radial Lasers, Optimists and a mixed fleet of two-handed boats were on the inner course while the speedy Arrows raced for the Queensland Championship trophy.
All divisions completed the scheduled four races in 12 to 15 knot southerlies.
The Optimist Gold Fleet handled the cold and ocean swell to complete four races. - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
The Standard Lasers, 4.7s and Radials enjoyed close racing on the offshore course. - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
Optimist Gold Fleet series leader, Eva Lorenz from Whitsunday Sailing Club - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
Hike out there sunshine. The swell and gusty winds of Sunday tested all fleets even in the bigger kids in the Laser Standard class. - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
With the Strong Wind Warning for open water course, the Optimist Gold Fleet and Lasers moved onto the river to enjoy the blustery conditions on the second and final day of racing for the Dinghy Division. - Sail Mooloolaba 2013
For results for all divisions of Sail Mooloolaba 2013 celebration of sailing, go www.sailmooloolaba.yachting.org.au