Lighter Winds Slow Smaller Vessels

18 August 2012

Lighter Winds Slow Smaller Vessels

Thirtreen vessels have now crossed the finish line; seventeen are still racing; one has retired - Creidne (Ireland).  Moosk (UK) and Zawisza Czarny (Poland) will not start the race because of mechanical problems which are being fixed in A Coruna.

Following the Class A's fast finishing times, the decreasing winds are slowing the smaller vessels as they approach the finish line. Those vessels that have already crossed the finish line are likely to hold their good provisional placings.

The current race positions on corrected time are:


Class A
1st: Cuauhtemoc  (Mexico) FINISHED

2nd: Alexander Von Humboldt II (Germany) FINISHED

3rd: Fryderyk Chopin (Poland) FINISHED


Class B

1st: Kapitan Borchard (Poland)

2nd: Johanna Lucretia (UK)

3rd: Maybe (UK)

Class C
1st: Dar Szczecina (Poland) FINISHED

2nd: St Iv (Estonia)

3rd: Spaniel (Latvia) FINISHED
 
Class D
1st: Akela (Russia)

2nd: Tomidi (Belgium) FINSHED

3rd: Gigi FINISHED


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The Tall Ships Races 2012, Presented by Szczecin and organised by Sail Training International is taking place in the following host ports: 

St Malo - Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 July (race start Monday 9 July)
Lisbon
- Thursday 19 to Sunday 22 July
Cadiz - Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 July
A Coruña - Friday 10 to Monday 13 August
Dublin - Thursday 23 to Sunday 26 August

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