After a long week of practice and off the water training, Dalton Tebo and I managed to come out on top at this past weekend's 6th Annual Buzzelli Multihull Rendezvous. The first day we had variable breeze, beginning with 10-15 knots from the Northeast that died to 5-10 from the North; we were dialed in with the breeze and pulled off a 2nd followed by four bullets. The second day we had a similar amount of wind and direction, 10-15 from the Northeast, and some cool air for a change. We remained fairly consistent with our scores and kept our position, even with an exciting pitchpole by the leeward gate during the first race of the day. After sailing in a competitive 16 boat fleet, we really noticed that our good starts were key to our success. It was important for us to push it at the line, but to still be careful!