Weather Delay in Portsmouth, and Surprise Guest Mario Vittone!. 09/05/2015
As the BVI Fleet heads to the starting line, the Portsmouth fleet continues to wait.“It’s disappointing,” said Ian Clarke, skipper of Zoom, “but then that’s ocean sailing. Sometimes it pays to be patient.”“There’s a named storm out there!” said one other crewmember. “I’m sure our insurance wouldn’t be too thrilled with us leaving either.”So now we wait. Unfortunately, we may be waiting a while. Sub-Tropical storm ‘Ana’ – the earliest named storm to make landfall in the US in over 65 years, according to WRI’s Jeremy Davis – is the main concern, but not the only concern. As a new weather system moves in from the west, it will essentially gobble up the remnants and Ana and send them off to the northeast. However, it’s a slow-moving process. And as the new front that forms from the collision... Click here for more info..