A Good Night for Sirocco ...

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… and a good night for everyone who got out for the May 12th edition of the Barcott Beercan Series.

In the milling about before the start it was announced that the pin had moved from the red float to the crane at Indian Island. This produced one of the longest lines in recorded history. Not surprisingly, there was no crowding at the pin as the course Ed selected was #10 – the trestle buoy, the Tower and finish.

Sirocco with Lisa at the tiller got a good start, found a bit of a hole on the way down to the Tower, and had a strong upwind leg in a building breeze that had a number of boats (or at least one) wondering why they hadn’t switched to a smaller head sail. Sirocco was followed across the line by Dorado, Thatuna and the rest of the usual suspects.

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