Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis: Sunday Images

As the sea breeze filled the Chesapeake, the action on the final day of the Annapolis NOOD took off.

Even in the light air, the 20-boat J/22 class was able to complete two races. Chris Doyle's The Jug 41 won the highly competitive class.Paul Todd/Outside Images

With winds topping out at 4 knots for on the J/22 circle, delicate boathandling and attentive sail trim were key.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Jessica Bennett's "Rabbit" finished comfortably in the middle of the J/22 fleet after a total of six races over two days of racing.Paul Todd/Outside Images

The J/80 fleet had a strong showing and a tight series among the top-three, with only three point between them.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Early in the day postponements gave Etchells sailors a chance to catch up on some relaxation.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Mike Marshall's J/22 Bad News gets underway as the breeze finally fills on the final day of racing.Paul Todd/Outside Images

J/22s and J/24s mix it up during a leeward mark rounding at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis.Paul Todd/Outside Images

The Etchells class enjoyed challenging conditions through the entire weekend at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Mike Hobson's Meltemi was second in the J/80 class overall; Les Beckwith's FKA won the series on the final day.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Les Beckwith's FKA (USA 1151) finished first overall in the J/80 class of 25 entries.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Terry Flynn's Rug Burn makes its way back down the racecourse. The J/22s were able to complete four races on Friday and two on Sunday to round out the light-air weekend.Paul Todd/Outside Images

J/22s at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in AnnapolisPaul Todd/Outside Images

Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in AnnapolisPaul Todd/Outside Images

Jose Fuentes's J/24 Caramba at the Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis.Paul Todd/Outside Images

Helly Hansen NOOD Regatta in Annapolis.Paul Todd/Outside Images