Lagraviere and Rocherieux posted a 2, 4, 3 in lighter conditions than yesterday. After an initial postponement on shore, the 64 teams were sent out in light but perfect conditions. British duo Paul Brotherton and Mark Asquith who sailed a 1, 2, 4 today moving them into second overall explained that "our starts seemed a little easier and the wind quite steady. If you had good starts and were quite fast you could have a good race."
Local Croatian sailors Pavle Kostov and Petar Cupac started off well with a 2, 6 only to post a black flag in the last race, although Kostov commented that "Today was much better than yesterday - we were very fast."
Racing continues tomorrow to close the qualifying series with the finals to begin on Thursday.
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