The weekend of Friday 24 September was the Porsche Centre Bournemouth J24 Nationals hosted by Parkstone Yacht Club.
It was raced over three days, fitting in 10 races in difficult conditions. The racing was highly competitive with the top positions changing readily throughout the event as the wind shifted round Poole Bay. J24 4177 Chaotic, owned and helmed by Nick Phillips and crewed by Cara Phillips, Matt Hardy, Tom Montgomery, Emily Monckton and Olympian Ben Saxton were leading throughout the event. However this was only by 1 point, as by the final race, Dave Hale and team in J24 4269 Cacoon with awesome boat speed had achieved three firsts in races 7,8 and 9. Team Chaotic racing tactically in race 10 sailed Cacoon away from the start and covered them throughout the race leaving enough space in points for Chaotic to be crowned National Champions 2021.
Porsche Centre Bournemouth were very proud to sponsor this National Competition with Parkstone Yacht Club, displaying the Porsche Taycan for all to explore. Congratulations to all the teams who competed.
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