Day three got underway after an hour of West to North Easterly inconsistent wind.

After floating around for a good hour the B14 fleet, now 5 strong were recovered and ready for action on Day 2. The wind was blowing from South West at 3 to 23 knots.


The Phantom heading upwind sailed by Steve Miller and Claire Cerutty menaced Strait4devils sailed by Adrian Beswick and Clare Cromarty around the course for the first three races of day 2 of the Tasmanian State titles. Photo: Earl Westbury


The B14 state titles were held at Kingston Beach Sailing Club on 10-12 March. In a record first there were only four entrants registered for  the state championship after a couple of last minute withdrawals.

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The newly sponsored Tamar Marine PDYC Blockbuster was lining up to be Tassies biggest regatta of the year. Run over the first weekend of February 4-5 2012 boats had only just returned from their National championships in Perth, Western Australia. With 14 boats including 4 brought over from Victoria and another leased meant the fleet, which was going to be one of the smallest, became one of the largest. As always the Victorian contingent have put a  massive effort into making the trip happen.


Guy Bancroft Sailing with Lachlan Imeneo on One More For The Bone. Photo: Kelly Atkins