Ahoy Anarchy

Ahoy Anarchy

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AJ Reid and his amazing Anarchy crew made their way across the finish line this morning at 04:39:59 which was 5d 17h 39m 59s after the 4th June start.

The crew received a welcome from their piece competitors Crusader, who were “waiting on the boat” all night to welcome them in.

Reid said that it was the hardest offshore yacht race he has even competed in, telling us that the bunks had broken on the second night, and confirming the story of his injured scrotum.

“The crew were amazing once again. If you’re going to go offshore, these are the guys to do it with, however we missed Bex. Bex should have been with us!” said Reid on the dock.

Check out their arrival video to find out more.

By |June 20th, 2016|Categories: All News, ANZ Sail FIji|

About the Author:

Suellen is our Yachting and Communications Manager looking after sailing, PR and the club website. Are you out and about competing and representing RAYC at regattas and events? If so, please let us know how you go. Email suellen@rayc.co.nz with details and photos.

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