Although delayed while the PRO huffed and puffed up some breeze, the first day of the Royal Langkawi International Regatta got off to a rousing start with light breezes in Bass Bay.
Light Winds But 8th Regatta Begins Smashingly Highlights
On line at 0930 with a 10-knot wind and sunny skies, the third race in the 8th Royal Lankawi International Regatta began with a disfigured rectangular course for all boats which included an elongated windward-leeward reverse for the Racing Class.
Firm Winds, Faster Runs, More Fun Highlights
It was 0915 on position off the south coast of Pulau Tuba at the start of the 3rd day of the 8th Royal Langkawi International Regatta and some 14 boats were milling around waiting for the starting flags.
A Steady Breeze Blows Fleet Round the Island Highlights
Conditions could not have been better on the fourth day of the Royal Langkawi Internatrional Regatta for 2010 with sunny cirrus sprinkled skies, a bracing wind and plenty of whitecaps decorating the choppy sea. South of Pulau Tuba.
Strong 15 Knot Winds and The RLIR is Back Highlights