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Good turnout at Queen Mary - Sat 13th May 2023

Saturday saw a good turnout of Seavets at the LWA event at Queen Mary. Six out of the seventeen sailors there sailed as Seavets with one or two more in the main fleet. The wind was quite chill but provided a shifty force 2 to 3 pretty well all day. The eagerly anticipated sunshine did not materialise until we were derigging so winter wetsuits were the order of the day. It was good to see Bill Keeling who has just had a big birthday and sailed brilliantly to sneak past Andy and John who thought they were competing with each other to take top spot. My new hip held up well and I was very satisfied to make it round all four races pretty well at the rear.



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