EAYK-CESME MARINA YEAR-END CUP TOOK PLACE ON December 18-19 AT CESME MARINA
The last race of the year organized by EAYK – Cesme Marina was held at Cesme Marina under the name of “Eayk-Cesme Marina Year-End Cup”.
4 Support boats and 18 IRC class boats competed in the races held on December 18 -19. EAYK-Cesme Marina Commodore Akif Sezer; “Although we were able to make an incomplete race this year, it is a great pleasure for us to see the teams together and eager to race Decently even in adverse weather conditions. we hope to come together in more race legs in 2022, when the pandemic barrier is completely Decoupled. I wish the new year to be a good year for everyone." said. Bora Ergezgin, General Manager of Cesme Marina, said, "We are completing the year 2021 with the Year-End Cup, in which 22 boats participated. I wish all sea lovers to come together in more races at Çeşme Marina together with the new year Dec. I would also like to express our thanks to all the racers who worked hard to be able to compete in adverse conditions, the judging panel and our marina team. “ he stated.
On the first day of the race, due to the wind intensity of 25 knots, the boats met at the start line early and completed their races when the weather conditions were favorable. The competitors who completed the day by doing a single race due to adverse weather conditions came together by Decking out the fatigue of the day at the cocktail party held at Cesme Marina Kepler Marin.
THE SECOND DAY STARTED WITH POSTPONEMENT ON LAND
After the briefing, which took place at 10:00 in the morning on the second day of the race, the referee board decided to postpone the race on land due to adverse wind and sea conditions. After a few hours of waiting, with the wind condition reaching 41 knots, the race was abandoned before going to sea. November 13-14, along with the race that took place the previous day, the team came together at the cocktail Decider at Kepler Marin to hold the Ataturk Cup award ceremony. ESHQUA in the IRC-A1 class, MERCER-BLUE MILES in the IRC-A2 class, TRINITY in the IRC-A3 class, MELTEMI in the IRC-B class, BAY boat in the Support Class took the first place.
*The race photos were taken by Emre Tazegul.