Picture perfect conditions greeted the fleet of sailing yachts at the start line on race day 2 of the St Barths Bucket Regatta. Wind speeds of 14 – 17 knots made for excellent Caribbean sailing conditions allowing the group to enjoy fun, yet fast sailing around the 25 nm course. The team fromBreed Media is on the water and in the air at the regatta and shared these incredible images with us.
In the J Class races, Ranger managed to escape the fast Velsheda with less than 200 metres separating the two at the end. Rosehearty once again crossed the line ahead of her class competitors and is looking strong for a class win comes Sunday. The new kid on the block, Vitter’s 46m Unfurled, had to settle with a 4th place finish following her performance on Friday that earned her top spot in the first race. Perini Navi’s P2 was looking particularly good on the water today, and managed to cross the line first ahead of Ganesha and Lady B in Class B.
Photos by Jeff Brown / Breed Media.
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