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More than 30 boat, between cruises and in-line skating to sailing, played on Saturday August 8, the I Regatta Gipsy Gin-Vista Hermosa, organized by the Yacht Club Puerto Sherry and the Real Club de Golf Vista Hermosa.

At 15:20 hours gave the output to the 20 boats that participated in the cruiser class, who performed a journey of 10 miles with wind from the east and West of 8-10 knots, which experienced the roles and changes of intensity during the entire regatta.

In ORC, the winner has been the Warlock (RCN Cadiz) Federico Linares, followed by the Sirius VI of the Spanish Armada, led by Jorge Flethes, and the Vanitas (CN Sancti Petri), Sunday Beau.

In ORC B, topped the podium two ships of the CN Puerto Sherry, Puerto Sherry II, with Maria Fernandez to the cane, and Port Sherry III, skippered by Francisco Fernández. The third place has been for the Estero Blanco (RCN Puerto Santa Maria), Santiago Villagran.

In a Promotion, the first place is occupied by the Hooper (CN Sancti Petri), Michael Metz, who follow the Camagüei (RCN Puerto Santa Maria), Luciano Pérez de Acevedo, and the Carmela (CN Puerto Sherry), with Sergio Llorca pattern.

The vice-president of the CN Port, Sherry, Jorge Flethes, it has highlighted that “it has been a race very nice, a route with quite a few maneuvers, a little complicated and difficult for the roles, but very fun.”

Rafa Ruíz, in skate

on the other hand, in the class Skate Sailing involved 17 ships. The winner has been Rafael Ruiz Díez (CV Bay of Cádiz), while the second and the third place have corresponded to the two sailors of the RCN Puerto Santa María José Vicente Climent and Ramon Calero.

at his side, the vice president of Gipsy Gin, Valley of the Riva, it has been shown “haunted” how has passed this first edition and wanted to thank all the collaborators for their work. “The atmosphere in the water has been fantastic. the crews have made maneuvering very pretty and has worn a lot of the race” , explained De la Riva, who has lamented that the situation caused by the Covid-19 has prevented put the finishing touch to the day with a bbq and a free bar of Gipsy Gin in the Club The Diver: “unfortunately we have not been able to finish the race as we would have liked, but the next few years what we will do and we hope that this regatta will become one of the most important in the national schedule”.

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