A strong 10-15 knots on Friday, the third of 5
days at Prime of the Gulf Regatta 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand, noticed all 12 courses catching up on
their respective sequence and the Race Officers and their groups
working double time.
4 races for the dinghy courses and
the SV14’s whereas two or three for a lot of the others, made for a
busy day within the Gulf of Thailand. Prime that off with a scrumptious
BBQ again onshore, and Day Three has been chalked up as a winner all
spherical.
Keelboats and Multihulls

Two races for IRC Racing
1 and two extra wins for Ray Roberts and his crew on Workforce Hollywood
(ex Provezza). The TP52 is getting the higher of defending
champion THA72 (one other ex Provezza) which is being helmed by 2010
World Optimist Champion, Noppakao Poonpat. The racing is getting nearer, with THA72
having fun with the higher of the beginning in
Friday’s first race and resulting in the primary kite drop. After
which, Workforce Hollywood managed to seek out further boat velocity and handed
them, holding on to assert the win.
The racing can be
getting nearer in IRC Racing 2 with simply 13 seconds
separating Fujin and Tenacious within the second race on Friday. The
day’s two wins for Fujin
strikes them to the highest of the standings, one level forward of
Tenacious with Lawana sitting third general.
Workforce Spray and
MoonShadow2 traded locations in IRC Three Racing, every claiming a primary
and second, in the meantime SailQuest Hello Jinks is getting the higher of
Twilight Sparkle and holding onto third general.
It was all
change within the Platu class on Friday as locations on the high have been shuffled. Having strung collectively a sequence of 4 wins from 5 races, Chris Approach and his Straightforward Tiger V crew needed to
accept a 1,5,2 scoreline on Friday. They nonetheless retain a 10 level
lead on the high, although, and the drop race hasn’t even been added
but!

The profitable margins are getting narrower and narrower
with simply 9 seconds separating first and second within the first
race on Friday. Workforce ViewPoint retain their second place general
after a 3,1,5 whereas a win for Pine Pacific within the day’s closing race
see them transfer forward of YRAT and sit third general.
After
one lengthy race every day for the Multihulls up to now, the Race Officer
determined it was time to double the hassle and had the multihull
trio on a 2-hour-plus race adopted by a fast 30-minute
round-the-cans. It was Bob Garner’s BladeRunnerIX who went to the
occasion with the bragging rights after claiming the win in each
races. Two second locations for Sonic and two third locations for Edenko
leaves the multihull general standing in that order.
Thailand SV14 Para Crusing Championship
4 quick and livid
races was the order of the day for the Para Sailors and with the
wind up, there was a shuffling of locations as 5 of the seven
groups made the rostrum.
Undefeated on the primary day,
Paisol Pateh/ Mahseedi Hadumor (THA) added one other bullet to their
scorecard with a win within the first race on Friday, ending forward of Kasempon Hondee/ Suraphong (Phong) Chitkong (THA) in second and
Kristo Priks/ Peep Krusberg (EST) in third, their first podium of
the sequence up to now. Priks/ Krusberg carried their kind into the
second race and took the win. They went on so as to add two fourth
locations and now sit tied on factors in fifth place general.
Pateh/ Hadumor claimed three extra second locations and have a
six level lead on the half approach level of their 4-day sequence, whereas
fellow Thai sailors, Hondee/ Suraphong, maintain onto second place
general with a 2,4,3,1 scoreline on Friday.
Thailand Optimist
Open Championship
Three races for each Optimist fleets and in
the Gold Fleet defending champion Panwa Boonak added two extra
wins. A 1,2,Four for M.L. Weka Bhanubandh made up for his 11th place
on Thursday, and sees him transfer into second general forward of Bowonnan
Chanram in third.
Within the Silver fleet, Pitipoom Jaroenpon
completed the day on 5 factors after a 2,1,1 at the moment, forward of
Amonwan Aphiwatudomkun in second with Klorkwan Visuttiprapanont in
third.
Dinghy Lessons

4 races have been accomplished for the
dinghy courses on Friday (Lessons 8, 9, 10, 11) and it was three wins
for Albert Nazarov in Class 8. Ralf Donner added three seconds and
a primary whereas Apichart Tongmak scored third locations in all races to
end in that order general.
In Class 9, Malaysian sailor
Ahmad Latif Khan B.Ali Sabri Khan dominated profitable three out of
at the moment’s 4 races. Fellow countryman, Israr Hazim B.Ismail, is not
mendacity down nonetheless and completed the day 1,3,3,2, and sits simply two
factors behind within the general standings. In the meantime in Class 10
there’s little in it, with Patcharee Sringam including two wins to her tally and securing a two level lead over Mohammad Shahieran
Rin Raiman in second and Supparak Niamruksa in third.

In
the double-handed dinghy racing (Class 11) skipper Muhammad syafie
bin ali had a combined day on-the-water with a 2,5,1,Three scoreline. It
was, nonetheless, sufficient to sit down high of the general standings on the
finish of the day forward of Muhammad Fauzi Bin Kaman & Hah and
Jedtavee Yongyuennarn in second and third respectively.
Windsurfs
Into the second day of racing for the RS:X and RS:One
windsurf courses and a sample is rising. Ahmad Denish Bin Aboul
Hadi Kane dominated within the RS:X at the moment with three wins from 4
races, whereas GLH Cheow Lin needed to accept a string of seconds
forward of Nuur Fatin Sulghah Neinti Abdyl Ravman who sits third
general.
Within the RS:One class, Iliham Bin Wahab added 4
bullets to his two wins yesterday and stays undefeated.
In the meantime Muhammad izzuddin Bin Aboul Rani strung collectively a
sequence of second locations to sit down second general forward of Darron Chin
Hui Jie in third.

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