Twelve divided into three classes sailboats go to sea this morning very hopeful, as regards wind, sea and rain. After just 10 minutes postponement the wind has established itself in 10 knots between 80 and 100, which have reached 13 at the end of the race.
As in the previous test, the Committee has chosen route number 5. A windward – leeward of 8.4 miles for the ORC Class Regatta and an equilateral this time 5.4 miles for Class ORC and Vintage Cruise triangle.
Tramendu, of Salvador Vieta has become the first place and therefore still does not get off the podium and remains the leader in ORC Regatta. The Des-Ahogo of María Millán and Miriápodo of Luis Romeu 16 and 51 seconds of the first respectively, have remained in second and third position in the test and also in the overall standings.
Llampa, of Felix Escales and Miguel Angel Puig has been winner of ORC Cruise. After it a very fast Dunic that premiered this year and in third place Kalima V of Jose Luis Parrales, who also occupies the same drawer on the podium.
In ORC Vintage, first place has taken the Otro. Cruise RCNB School, skippered by Jose G. Santamarina and manned by his advanced students, has not given respite to the rest of the fleet. Xeic of Joaquin Barenys has remained in second position of the test and the general classification and First Class 8 Tostaki of Marcelo Antonini of the C.M.V.B, he has remained in third place.