June 30, 2012: Racing took place by Orient Point with an ebbing tide. The wind was around 8 knots from the West, creating ideal conditions for the fleet, with very close racing. The course had an offset mark, allowing for an additional leg off of the windward. There was also a gate set above the start line, allowing for a more tactical leeward mark rounding. The wind shifted West/Southwest towards the end of the day. There were three races completed. The top skippers for the day were: In third, Jay Cross; second, Jay Mills; and in first, Greg Ames.