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    They Are All In Bermuda !

    This years Charleston Bermuda is a wrap! No motoring just good ole sailing for about 800 miles.  I am sure the first Dark & Stormy   has been served and the hospitality of Bermuda is  beginning.  It was a great race and a great  sail for all.  Congratulations to Falcor, Azura and Halcyon.  Let the stories and hangovers begin. The awards ceremony will hosted at the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club on the evening of May 25th.

     

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    Azura wins the afternoon

    Azura the Swan 56 owned by Jamie Walker was second to finish this years Charleston 2 Bermuda race this afternoon. We are still awaiting their official finish time and Halcyon is approximately 2 miles out as of this posting.

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    The Duel Continues

    Its all about the pressure or wind speed. It appears Halcyon’s southerly position has a bit more breeze and better direction this morning as she has pulled back in front of  Azura. Currently the tracker has Halcyon only 19 miles out to Azura’s 21.5 but again this all could quickly change as both boats are still not in enough breeze  to reach their  full speed. Stayed tuned as this should be a great finish.

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    The Last 30 Miles

    Azura has indeed passed Halcyon  but only a few miles separate the two boats.  At the break neck speeds of 1. 5 to 2.5 knots, this morning is going to be all about finding the most breeze.

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    Falcor First To Finish Charleston 2 Bermuda 2013

    Steven Gross and his crew of Alan Bossenger (navigator), Jerry Inella, and Kevin Hawco were first to cross the finish line earlier this evening . Congratulations to Steve and his crew.  Halcyon is still about 58  miles out in very light wind  and Azura has about 69 miles to go showing a average speed of 5.8 knots heading directly to the barn.  If this light wind continues we should see Azura overtake Halcyon by morning. Falcor owes Azura  just under seven hours on handicap but Azura has got her work cut out for her in this light air forecast.

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    Progress Slows and a New Leader

    Looks like the breeze has lightened up a bit and slowing up the heavier monohulls meanwhile the Trimaran  Falcor is able to keep on moving.  As of 10:30 EDT   Falcor is approximately 54 miles from the finish followed by Halcyon at 82 miles out and Azura is approximately 141 miles out.  Breeze is the single digits for all three boats ranging in direction from southeast to east southeast the further south you go.  Should make for interesting day for all.  Its great to see that we should have some finishers by the end of day.

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    Experience the Adventure!

    The Charleston Bermuda Race offers sailors a truly unique experience. Located mid-way on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, Charleston, South Carolina has the perfect harbor for the start of an ocean sailing event. Spend a bit of pre-race time enjoying the southern hospitality of the oldest US city and immerse yourself in its history. Accept the challenge of a true blue water sail and head east for 777 nm under the power of the wind. Find yourself in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and feel the love of Bermuda.