Breeze steadies for final day of Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta

The last race of the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta on Sunday, the windward race, saw the winds calm down to a steady 18 to 20 knots with clear Caribbean skies which gave the crews a welcome break from the blustery last two days of racing. 

Juno with four sails up, sailing upwind.
Nat Benjamin’s gaff schooner Juno. Pic – Den Phillips

The 65′ schooner Juno won the race today, but came second overall with Aschanti IV winning first place in her class.  

Dragon on kite run, human pole holding out kite.
The conditions in Falmouth Harbour were a lot calmer than the previous two days. Pic – Frida Ocean

The Dragon Challenge continued inside Falmouth Bay with Rocco Falcone of Antigua Yacht Club wining the first race, Fritz Bus of St Maarten Yacht Club winning the next one and Jules Mitchell representing Monaco Yacht Club winning the last two races. The overall winner was Rooc Falcone, successfully defending his 2019 challenge.

Group of crew cheering on the deck while on the water.
Columbia’s crew celebrating the end of the three-day series. Pic – Claire Matches

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