Sport: Stormy Weather

Vamarie, the sleek ketch in which Vadim Makaroff carries on the seagoing tradition established by his Russian-admiral father, was first into port. Since she was scratch boat in the fleet of six that had sailed out of Newport, bound across the Atlantic for Bergen, Norway 19, days before, that meant nothing. Five hours later, a smaller boat, the yawl Stormy Weather, followed Vamarie, over which her time allowance was 47 hours. After a short wait to see whether the smallest boat in the race, the German Stoertebeker, would arrive in time to beat Stormy...

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