Category Archives: Pacers

Pacer Team Racing Match 15

Saturday afternoon provided sailors with yet another wonderful Durban winter’s day with ideal sailing conditions. With no prospect of shipping movements the racing was undertaken in the deepwater channel off Pier Number Two with a light southerly breeze blowing. The, by now usual, team racing format was followed with 3 windward leeward races of approximately […]

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Pacer Team Racing Match 13

Superstition and triskaidekaphobia did not deter sailors from participating in Match 13 of the Team Racing Series held on Saturday afternoon. A large number of new faces turned up to enjoy the popular Team Racing and we enjoyed a wonderful mix of youth and experience although the younger members certainly dominated the crews with the […]

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Pacer Team Racing Match 12

Match 12 of the Pacer Team Racing Series proved to be another wonderful Saturday afternoon of sailing. The weather Gods delivered one of those perfect winter sailing days with the conditions that Durban is so famous for. A light north easterly breeze and clear skies greeted the sailors and once again we were pleased to […]

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Pacer Team Racing Match 11

After a two week break following the Ladies High Tea and the flotilla cruise to Richards Bay last weekend the Pacer sailors returned to the water on Saturday afternoon for Match 11 of the Team Racing series. The afternoon provided a clean sweep of 3-0 to the Blue Team consisting of Anthony Macmillan, Lorna Daniels […]

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Pacer Team Racing Match 10

This Saturday afternoon the Pacer Team Racing fleet attracted some more new faces and provided a wonderful spectacle for those ashore who were enjoying all the shore based activities and the Yacht Grot taking place on the Ndongeni Lawns. The Clubhouse was a hive of activity and it was a challenge to round up all […]

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