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International Yacht Racing.-
CO WES REGATTA.
Mr. Royal Phelps Carroll's cut
ter yacht, Xatahoe, has had her "
first trial of speed with the new
" crocks" of the British racing flett.
It ws in the regatU of the Royal ;
London Yacht Club in the Solent.
Although not a winner in this ;
race, the AnrnAce has dime out of '
it with great honor. There nrub- -
ahly never was a yacht race i
which excited so much public and ; a
international interesL The waters
of the Solent were covered with f
crafts of every description, and ,i
every point, of vantage on the pur- ,
rounding shores was thronged with
interested spectators. The Ger- ?.
man Emperor was there with his
imperial steiro yacht, the JoAn
zollem. . He sailed as a Corinthian. ,;
deck hand in the Trince of Wale's
Britannia, and tailed on to the
main sheet like a'jolly sailor man.
The Prince of "Wales was on
aboard his own racing yacht, tho
Britannia. The British royal
yachts, Victoria and' Albert, Ofiom
and Alberta, were decked with ttegs
from tmcVto stem and strn; The
United States cruiser Chicago was : -also
there. The boats" which sailed" "f
in the race were the Prince f H
Wates'a Britannia, Lord Dun ra
ven's Tdlktfric.-yi'T. Carroll's Xava
hoe, Mr. B. Donaldson's Callund,
and Mr. L. Jamieson's renin
The course was from an imagi
nary line oil the chib-boUse at West r
Cowes, Isle of Wight, eastward to
and round the Warner lightship,
then wesljrartl to the buoy on the j
'. East Leap shoal, passing north of
Norman "Fbrt, to be sailed twice
The wind was a light topsail
breeze from 'about north" a rid by'
west. TKe sea was smooth with a
It was a one-gun" fiviig Btart.
The gun was.fircd at ten o'clock.
The Vallyrie with Lord Dunraveo
on board, wsb first over thfe line,
followed by the Ixerna Britannia,
,5afania, Satahot and Calluna, in
the order named. It was a broad
reach to the lightship; the H'a'tahsc
gained steadily upon the leaderf,.
and before rounding the Leap shoal
buoy she was first. At the end
of the first round the Nazakoc
led the fleet. The times at passing
Cowes and finishing the first round
were as follows: f
During the second round ihtf1" v
wind freshened and hauled more to : 4
the westward, giving the yacktr j
more -windward work. In this the4' :is
Britannia and the Vmliyri abnl 1 ; .
better form than the Aari, aatl 'I
at th finieh they were both ahed
of the Ankrioaa yacht. The time
at th kh ware : BrUmnnm, 3b. "
46m. 16s.; Vttilyrie, 3h. 47b. ,t-l
Natlc, 3h. 47ns. 42s. ThBa toe
Britanms bsats the V&iiyric Ira.
3en and the Nawtke Iw. 2g. Thft-"
'SsUami& came in iemrtk asd th
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