26.7 C
Port Moresby
June 28, 2022
Sport

Perpetual Loyal Makes Sydney to Hobart Race in New Record Time

It was a win not to be missed after Perpetual Loyal was given the opportunity after Wild Oats was asked to retire early due to a technical. This allowed Perpetual Loyal to pick up the wind, sailing smoothly to the finish line error, making it the only yacht, disappointed to seek resignation two years in a row.

Arriving at constitution dock after a smooth sail from Sydney to Hobart, Perpetual Loyal made a new record time of four hours and fifty two minutes, arriving at the finish line at 2:30am.

Perpetual Loyal Skipper, Anthony Bell, may have made an understatement, by saying, it paid off, but most importantly thanked the people who helped him to sail the yacht to its victory.

Taking second place was Giacomo of New Zealand, with Hong Kong’s Scallywag in third place, while Queensland’s Black Jack was fourth to arrive at the constitution dock.

Perpetual Loyal Captain, Anthony Bell, thanked his fellow sailors for their overwhelming support throughout the voyage, bringing the sail to a win.

The team of sailors celebrated the win cheering and spraying champagne, a new toast to a new record win that may take some time, to beat.

Related posts

Young Cricketer achieve’s dream

EMTV Online

Gabong for Glory

Dinnierose Raiko

Djokovic’s bid for second French Open off to glum-faced start

Reuters
error: Content is protected !!