On Sunday evening, under a setting sun on the beautiful beach at Nanny Cay, the 45th BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival drew to a close with the ritual awards ceremony and fabulous fireworks.
Christopher Rast's EFG Bank helmed by Flavio Favini in open division and Eelco Blok's Kesbeke/Sika/Gill, with Ronald Veraar helming, in the Corinthian division got the best points
Day 2 of the BVI Spring Regatta offered up just what the people came for: plenty of sunshine, turquoise water, breeze up to 17 and awesome sailing, with races today taking most classes to the north
It may have been a rainy day in the BVI, but not enough to take the heat out of today's racing, which saw 12 classes on three courses enjoy a consistent easterly breeze of 13-15 knots.
Today was all about switching gears and changing pace, with the 3rd Annual VP Bank Tortola Sloop Spring Challenge being raced off Nanny Cay as part of the BVI Spring Regatta's Maritime Heritage Day
With one day of racing behind them, competitors in the 45th BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival rolled right into today's race, the Scrub Island Invitational, a 12 mile upwind ride for the CS
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The BVI Sailing Festival Round Tortola Race for the Nanny Cay Cup and Nanny Cay Challenge started promptly at 09:30 on Tuesday morning in seas a little rougher than normal due to last week's high w