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TCF (05/07 - 14utc)	
AL	1.000
AS	1.264
B 	1.305
C 	1.260
D 	1.052
Hi all ;)

We at ITA_2011 have a small gift for you all . ;)

Gilles and I promised to ourselves that if we won the Tall ship race steering the Italian Navy Amerigo Vespucci school ship we would have tried to post a couple of pictures taken last year in fall in Venice , when Gil and I met and visited the Vespucci together . One of the pics shows Gil and I in front of the steering room , that we used succesfully during the past 48 hours ;) ;)
Andrea , aka ita10267 , was not with us in Venice , so we will pretend that when the pic was taken he was in the planning room depicting our race strategy . Antonio , aka ghibli and invaluable fourth member of team Italy was on leave this time , so we will pretend that he was permanently in the cellar drinking his usual tons of beer ;););)

Enjoy ! ..;) ;) ;)

see you all in the next tall ships race leg. ;)

Win
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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-07-05 18:38:20 ---
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Win,
This is very nice but, Where is the picture? :)
Antonio

Edit: Great pictures !

--- Last Edited by zero at 2011-07-06 10:18:43 ---
More info about Tall Ships Races finish procedure:

QUOTE
It is that if a vessel has not crossed the Finish Line (FL) by the time of the Time Limit, it submits its distance from the FL at the Time Limit. A Corrected Time is calculated for it and it has a place in the results list. (On several occasions the race has been won by a ship that never ever crossed the finish line.)

What happens is shown in paragraph 32.3
of Racing & Sailing Rules

The reason for this is based on the fact that the young crews who, in some cases, may have raced across the Atlantic Ocean or some similar distance, really don’t want to see just “Did Not Finish’ in the Results List after all their efforts. The formula was invented by a young crew member in one of our races in 1976 (a trans-Atlantic race).

For the current race the Time Limits are: 201900Z July, 201930Z July, 201945Z July & 202000Z July
UNQUOTE

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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-07-06 17:47:57 ---
Final handicapped results:

TCF (final)
AL	1.0000
AS	1.1927
B 	1.2555
C 	1.1991			
D 	1.0424




For complete results (to date) please see attached spreadsheet. The slower boats did end up taking a hit with rapidly fading wind at the finish. Reminds me of IRL.


--- Last Edited by 76Trombones at 2011-07-06 18:46:37 ---
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Great work.
And interesting too.

Antonio (zero)
and now... the Cruise in Company!!!

remember to check out the brochure

Each Guest Harbour has its own series of events organised so once we spot a ship in port on AIS we can, hopefully, find a webcam to view it!! :-D

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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-07-12 17:54:13 ---
Shetland Times - Tall Ships head north


Stavanger beats Sweden Halmstad in the number of trainees this year's Tall Ships-ragatta :-)

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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-07-17 13:44:53 ---
I don't have complete weather for this race, but this should still be much closer than we'd get IRL.

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Remember to check out the first post in this thread for Useful Links!! :-)

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