The next morning we had a sail past at St. Peter's to start off the festivities.
The second day of racing started off very slowly once again, but the wind switched and picked up at noon. We raced from Ben Eoin to Baddeck. The unique part of this leg was we had to stop, take our sails down go through a bridge which had be opened up for us and then put our sails up and restart the race. Here we are preparing to go through the bridge.
We had a curling buddy of mine on board for this leg. Joanne is one the board of directors for Race the Cape and a dedicted volunteer, co-ordinating the volunteers who are driving the competitors around. It was great to have her on board she was a great helmsman. Here we are in Baddeck at the end of the race.