Wild waves prompt move

Written By miftah nugraha on Minggu, 20 Januari 2013 | 19.55

FRONT-ROW POSITION: A young boy watches the Clifton Beach and Penguin crews compete. Pictures: LUKE BOWDEN

A SURF boat competition was moved to the calmer waters of Primrose Sands yesterday, with wind gusts and two- to three-metres swells ruling out Carlton Park.

Round two of the Navy Surf Boat series was hotly contested by 17 crews from around Tasmania.

North-West crews performed strongly in the men's finals, with the Burnie Pollutants winning the A Boat final, and the Penguin Old Boys winning the B Boat final.

With the move from Carlton Park to Primrose Sands made for safety reasons, conditions at Primrose were still challenging.

A tricky three-foot shore break resulted in some minor injuries to competitors.

In the women's final the Clifton Beach Krakens finished first.

Valuable points for the series were on the line in yesterday's event, as well as the right to represent Tasmania at the national surf boat event at Stockton in New South Wales on February 8.

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