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Name Husse
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Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    Good Points and tought´s everybody
    I have second thought´s about my idee with different classes, all our input and thoght´s have made it clearer,at least for me, about the advantage with just one group as it is today.
    But i´m looking for a way to attract new sailors to SOL, it much more fun if we are more sailors.
    Is it possible to have a SOL-router, that everybody can se, with simple instructions how to use it ??
    I Think, and know, that a lot of people loose the interest in SOL when they see the same boat´s rushing along to the endpoint.
    I understand the effort that people put in too understand routers and use them to make the best way to the endpoint, they have all my respect.
    But i remember when my friend Mega30, introduced me to this game, i have sailed before, so i understod how it works.
    But i´ve never used a router in my Life, i´ve looked at the wind, sail, see & the feeling of the boat.
    I just think SOL should have an easy and understandable free router, soo that all, neewbies and oldies, could race on the same terms.
    And if SOL could get more people interested in sailing, virtual or alive, it should be great.
    I just have too thank you all for putting thoughts and effort into this thread, i hope it keeps on so we can develope SOL further
    Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    Even though this topic has been discussed in the past, so I think that this time has come up so many good thoughts in this topic! I hope some of the ideas become reality, especially some sort of tutorial or basic education. I have learned a lot from this discussion from all doubt many people. I have sailed dinghies and small sailboats in our archipelago, so if I'm going to sail on the oceans so maybe I need to develop myself and maybe learn sailing with software soon ...!
    Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    We all can make SOL better, if we put some effort into it.
    Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    I think you all have great idea's and good points.
    But i think you all are missing my point, i maybe wasn't clear enough about that.
    I want to attract new SOL'ers, or at least don't loose more SOL'ers.
    I don't have anything against routers, excel-sheets or whatever anyone uses to find the best way to the endpoint.
    The point is that we are getting fewer and fewer.
    We need to do some Changes to attract new SOL'ers, everything has to change sometime to develope.
    I think new SOL'ers quit when they don't have a chance against the "elite" who all probably uses routers.
    Maybe it should be in the manual, as Dingo so wisely says, nobody has explained how to use a router. Maybe even SOL should have their own downloadable router to SOL'ers to use, with a manual to it.
    This problem isn't new to SOL, during 2012 people stoped using SOL, as it is probably today.

    starting to get over it
    It's not about router or no router, it's about making SOL attractive and attracting new members who like too sail in the virtual live as well as i irl.
    __________
    edited to make a link out of a url to prevent column overlap

    --- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2014-12-22 22:30:00 ---
    Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    Kroppyer
    Thanks for your thought's, but we don't have to make it so difficult.
    We can do it as we allways done it, race to the finnish.
    But we can have two classes, R for Routers, L for Livesailors.
    The rules for the definitions between L &R can be discussed, the final decision should bee taken by the board.
    We can race to the finnish together but with the differnce that R & L are presented in two different podiums, one in R & one in L.
    We don't need too make it so difficult, we all like to sail and race.
    //Husse
    Husse
  • Re: Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    Great idea Husse! Who can participate with a nice technical solution? Because this is an excellent idea.
    Husse
  • Sailors with routers
    Board » General Discussion
    Hello all SOL sailors
    All over the World we love to race the virtual races that SOL creates all over the World.
    I´ve been doing this for a couple of years, and i just love to race against other people in other places over our globe, i think we all do.
    I just Think that it is little boring, that its allways the same people that wins the races.
    Routers are good and nice to have, but there are a lot of other sailors that don't want to use them for a lots of reasons.
    Is it not time to do the same in SOL as in Formula 1, have different classes, but race the same race ???
    I'm thinking of two classes, one with routers, and one without.
    We could all race the same race, but with a flag/marker Before our boat, like R, for racing with router, or L, for racing live without racer, that could be simple to do when you register to a race.
    We could then race in the same race but in two different classes, but on the same track, so as speach.
    At the finnish there is two classes, R & L
    I Think that we all engaged in SOL are mature enough to register in the right class, we all should see if somebody goes into a L-classed race with a router, that should be R-classed.
    Thats up to the person who is the skipper, i'm just sure of that everybody who*s sailing SOL should register to the right class, it's just more fun to race against people with the same chanses.
    As it is today, we who likes to race without routers, don't have the same tools to do the race at an equal level with those who have routers.
    //Husse
    Husse
  • Re: Christmas to Christmas Race 2013
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Races
    Husse would like the name Xwolf / Thanks!


    Dear Husse - I am sorry but I don't see you in the SYC membership list and you need to be SYC member to change your name for this race (it is written in the first post).

    --- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2013-11-26 19:49:12 ---
    Husse
  • Re: A3 Leg 1 - Adelaide to Melbourne
    Board » Practice Racing
    Great initative RainbowChaser :-)
    Superb course layout in memory of AGage :-), i miss him :-(
    Sail well everybody
    Husse
  • Re: Aaron James Gage - 1971-2012
    Board » In memoriam
    In memory for AGage & his family
    Sorry Jen, for you & your daughters loss. I never knew him as a person, but i am confident that if he was as good father as he was as a sailor he was the best
    When he was sailing SOL i allways kept a´n eye for the course AGage was taking, AGage was the first name that i learned in SOL, he was the spirit for me & for lots of other sailors.
    I´m very sad for you & our loss.
    He is an outstanding sailor & i will allways have him in my mind.
    Take care of you Jen
    Husse

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The 635-mile biennial Newport Bermuda Race is one of the oldest regularly scheduled ocean races, and with the Fastnet Race and the Sydney to Hobart Race, it is one of the three great classic races of the yachting world. Founded in 1906, this the 52nd running of the Bermuda Race can also be participated in online.
Entries are invited for one of the four divisions:
Double-Handed Division:
Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300
St. David's Lighthouse Division:
First 44.7 Asymmetric
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Division:
Reichel Pugh 64
Finisterre Division:
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Details for each yacht are available in the ‘Particulars’ links below and be sure to register your online choice on the Bermuda Race Online link – there are some fine prizes to be won.
As in real life, you can only sail one boat in one division, so choose your virtual yacht carefully, and because of the unusual (for SOL) 4-division nature of the event, please note results will not count towards ANY Sailonline Rankings.
Race #1568
INFOby brainaid.de
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Race starts: Jun 17th 17:00 Registration Closed
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Geraldton to Cape Town 2022
A race in the Southern Indian Ocean is always entertaining, especially in a Riptide 50. Traditionally the course would be West to East, to take advantage of the prevailing winds, but this time the SRC is challenging us to an E-W course, from Geraldton in Western Australia to Cape Town in South Africa. A brief 4800nm!
PRIZE: SMPF
Race #1575
INFO by brainaid.de
Riptide 50 PARTICULARS
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Race starts: Jun 12th 05:00 Registration Closed

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