The Cat Pounces and then the wind dies (Day 5) – Visit Malta Puma
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umaMalta_300x300.jpg” alt=”" width=”300″ height=”300″ />Visit Malta Puma continues to push to the limits in her quest of winning the Round Ireland Race. What a race this has been….match racing Reflex 38’s for nearly 700 milers – the crews of Puma and NUI Galway must be absolutely exhausted. The finish line is just about in sight and NUI Galway still has a small edge over Puma.
Line honours went to the Volvo 70 Green Dragon, closely followed by Tonnerre. The majority of the fleet are still
out on the race course and have had some atrocious weather conditions over the last 36 hours; torrential rain, gusty winds and then no wind. Yacht tactics have gone from staying as far out of the rhumb line as possible to going as close into shore that the crew could catch fish and talk to local fishermen! Both Puma and NUI had to anchor on Thursday afternoon and were within 200 metres of each other, quite an incentive to keep focused and then some more.
A very tired skipper, James called in yesterday afternoon, saying that he has given everything, but will not give up until he has crossed the finish line. The whole of Wicklow Town has been gripped with the amazing battle between the 2 Reflexes, and I am sure that the Guinness will flow when they eventually hear that gun! Finish ETA at the moment is looking like 1400 hrs this afternoon.