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17 June 2002, 04:15 pm
22 Have Made it to Barra
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Round Britain and Ireland Race

Meridian was first into Barra in the early hours of Saturday morning, followed bu Molly Mawk. They have both finished their compulsory 48 hour stop over in Barra, but weather conditions are too extreme for them to set off again to Lerweck.

Currently two boats are sheltering off the west coast Ireland, and since the start at Plymouth 14 boats have been forced to retire.

When conditions settle the boats will set off on the next leg to Lerweck. Those that have completed their 48 hour stop over since they arrived in Barra are free to set off whenever they decide to.
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