There's a lot I could say about this event, commenting on all our ups and downs, but I think the BSA Press-Release does a pretty good job of that already, here's the link:
But in brief; it was an awesome weekend (as I expected it would be). Dad flew in to spend a few days chilling in Charleston, and it was nice to have him here while we raced. We sailed well together as a crew, despite it being our first event ever as a team, and we are all looking forward to getting back on the water together as a team to race again. We were all pleased with our finish, but I think it hurt a touch knowing that we were able to keep with the top of the fleet (and even get a couple bullets), and we weren't able to minimize that score gap between third and second... but oh well, next year...
Well, I'm headed to Annapolis on May 1st to race in the Sailing World Annapolis Nood event; I'll be on the J/70 'Exit Strategy II'.
After Nood, I fly home to the Bahamas (May 5th), then it's off to Peru with a couple friends for 2 weeks of high-alpine trekking!
No complaints here mon,
SailFast, Live Slow