High pressure, brilliant sun and a solid westerly breeze again delivered perfect conditions for the final day of Aberdeen Asset Management Cowes Week. The wind dipped briefly in strength to around 10 knots as a belt of thin cloud moved across the Solent around midday, before increasing to 15 knots with stronger gusts when the sun returned 30 minutes later. Six J/111s competed, and the racing was very tight with Tony Mack's Mcfly edging out Martin Dent's Jelvis by just one point. Paul van Driel's Sweeny was a mere two points further back in third. For complete event details, click here.