Finally got around to race for an hour on Wednesday in my venue's newest one-design class, the Harbor-20.
It was a light wind after the storm but the surge was still left over. Happily, the rollers left over from the storm were overlaid by a fairly steady 5-knot breeze.
This was to be the last midweek twilight race of the year due to the shortening of days, so the race was just a couple of reaching legs.
We had the second-best start, and the best 1st leg. So in this six-boat fleet we did well. In fact, we couldn't have done better. Featured is my ex-mainsheet trimmer's boat Fleur du Lis, in 2nd place.