By the time the course was re-set the tide had turned 180 degrees and caused several recalls in each fleet, fast windward legs but very slow downwind legs.
Israel's Suffa BEN HORIN held off a strong challenge from Anne HAEGER (USA) to win her first race of the Youth female championship. Behind them series leader, Susana ROMERO (ESP) was having her own private battle with overall third, Sarah GUNNI (DEN). ROMERO passed GUNNI on the final downwind leg to finish seventh and still in control of the overall title as second overall, TENKANEN, was having a bad day in back in the twenties.
Once again there was drama in the last race of the day. ROMERO threw caution to the wind in an effort to get a good start and was over the line along with seven others in a black flag start which meant she could not start in the restart of the race. TENKANEN had to win to take the title. She gave it her best shot finishing second to Tiffany BRIAN (IRL) and was resigned to the runner up position. On coming ashore she found out that BRIAN was being protested by the jury for a mark touching incident and subsequently disqualified. That left TENKANEN the race winner and World Champion by 0.4 of a point!
In the Youth male gold fleet, SCHIERUP from Denmark, the overall leader since the first day, had to score 11th place or better in one of the races to be certain of winning the overall title. He struggled in the lighter winds and scored his worst result of the series, a 13th. However he was only four places behind his nearest rival, Ioannis MITAKIS (GRE) and still needed an 11th or finish worse but ahead of MITAKIS to win. MITAKIS could still win with a second place in the final race if SCHIERUP made a mistake. As it turned out all top four sailors scored worse than 22nd which gave SCHIERUP the title whilst USA's Andy PHILIP led the final race home ahead Filip MATIKA from Croatia.