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Here is the calendar for November.

NOVEMBER 2012
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and click on the Word doc below to download a note races run in previous Novembers.
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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2012-11-10 16:41:11 ---
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Greetings,

If possible could the Lake Superior Lights race be moved to the following weekend slot to be more closely aligned with the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald on November 10, 1975.

The last running of this event took less than 2 days for the leader to complete so a Friday start gives an adequate time frame for the fleet to run the course by Sunday night.
None so blind
A2R - to weekend of 10th? Would an 1800utc start on the Friday be OK? or??
A2R - to weekend of 10th? Would an 1800utc start on the Friday be OK? or??
Friday the 9th, 1800 utc.

Agreed.
None so blind
Deal!

I will update the current and October calendars tomorrow :-)

None so blind
A2R - I have been unwell for quite a while now and particularly over the past few days (spending most of Tuesday at hospital) so my apologies for not having changed the calendar as promptly as promised.

I have said the Lake Superior race will be moved in the calendar and so it will be. Probably later today but in any event as soon as I feel able to do it.

done!
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--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2012-10-18 19:11:44 ---
Hi sol friends
I noticed that the VendeeGlobe will start soon, 10th November.
I don't see anything like it in the SOL November calender.

Does SOL has a plan for a similar sailing race around the globe?
ard sur malheureusement SOL is not currently set up to run a non-stop race around the globe. We are hoping to be able to do this in the future.

In the past we have taken a global race, made it into legs and had them start quickly after each other but many people were unhappy with this arrangement. For now, then, SOL will not be doing non-stop global races.



Well i think the situation has changed : because now in the Vendée Globe you've got many ice gates. So the gap should be less between a race with legs, and the real race.

Perhaps You could make a "round the world" with leg 1 Olonne - Gough Island Leg 2 Gough - Australian ice gate Leg 3 Australian ice gate - Pacific ice gate Leg 4 Pacific ice gate - Cap Horn and Leg 5 Cap Horn - Olonne But i don't know if it's possible for SOL with 5 legs.
Thanks.

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