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23 August 2021


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CONGRATULAZIONI Sax747!!!
GRATULACJE WRmirekd!! CONGRATULATIONS FreyjaUSA!

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The fourth stage of Sailonline's 7-race Tall Ships Series for 2021 took place in the Japanese Sea. 114 crews appeared on the starting line. The route was from Yesou in South Korea to Nanao in Japan. From the very beginning it was promised that we would cover the distance of 465 nm from start to finish against the wind. Two and a half hours after the start, the new weather forecast caused our skippers another headache. Routers have shown a new route around Tsushima Island. Most of the fleet chose to stay on the previous course, passing Tsushima from the north. However, awskelton from the USA starting half an hour late surprised us all, firmly taking the lead after a day's sailing. by finding a passage through the middle of the island. Regardless of the route taken, the crews were tired of making frequent tacks and sailing our Clipper 240 upwind was not easy.

Our winners turned out to be the most resistant to the hardships of sailing. Sax747, who led the south group and eventually won the entire race, WRmirekd led the north group and FreyjaUSA from the south group. Congratulations to our podium and everyone who managed to finish this difficult race!

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