All 114 competing boats were out on the various courses today doing their best to cement a podium place in advance of the final day.
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Vehicles were swept into the ocean and a yacht was struck by lightning as the storm left a trail of destruction on Monday night.
While it was a day of diamonds for some, the Lay Day was celebrated too hard by others with some dusty starts, slow tacks, equalling not the most brilliant results.
The targets are linked to the use of coach and support boats at international events.
The power boat was sailing at 15 knots in a depth where the speed is limited to just five.
A jurisdictional dispute between Coast Guard and fire services may have contributed to the loss.
The Australia SailGP Team dominated the field with a sweep of the races while becoming the first crew to break the 50-knot speed barrier in sail racing.
A magical day of sailing as winds ranged from 12 to 20 knots under sunny skies. Why would you be anywhere else?
ABRW is hosting the Australian Multihull Championship and some of the big trimarans made an impact on the course as they spread out among the 109 boats taking part.
Experts are predicting winds reaching gale force, and the national weather service has issued a yellow weather warning.
Racing was delayed for a couple of hours with 5 knots starting the day off and the entire fleet headed from Pioneer Bay and up past Double Cone Island, with conditions peaking at 12 knots before dying out again.
In a drama-filled medal race, four boats were OCS but only the Australians went back to re-start.
A fleet of four Extreme 40 catamarans is gathering ahead of Airlie Beach Race Week, with the crews enjoying the sunshine and looking forward to close, competitive racing for the next three weeks.
Tom Slingsby was noticeably irritated at Fletcher for breaking the 50-knot barrier first.