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  • Re: Finland-Sweden Archipelago Raid
    Board » Flag Officers » Races
    27 bbqs.... wow. I know some were intentional to mitigate the tacking perf loss. but still not to bad considering the length of course of tight quarters and the speed of the boats...

  • Re: Finland-Sweden Archipelago Raid
    Board » Flag Officers » Races
    i was happy to finish
  • Re: IRL Race in Newport RI - 12 Meter Charter
    Board » General Discussion
    sounds like a plan...count me IN

    I know what I'm getting for christmas.. :)
  • Re: Lac Manicouagan Rond
    Board » Flag Officers » Races
    Yohann

    my biggest problem with the long cross the ocean type races is i over think the weather and then forget about the race and end up bobbing the ocean going 1-2 knots since I forgot to check in on it...
  • Finland-Sweden Archipelago Raid
    Board » Flag Officers » Races
    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot....!!!!!

    hats off to Jake and Smo for taking the time to build the race. it will probably take as long to sail it as it did to build it.

    methinks there will be a lot of bbq action in this race...

    can't wait until registration opens just to see how many rocks there really are...

    --- Last Edited by gatorsailer at 2013-12-02 23:57:43 ---
  • Re: Lac Manicouagan Rond
    Board » Flag Officers » Races
    you are not joking about the race stretching out. still a fun little race. no bbq's on my end, but I think my helmsman fell asleep a few times and drifted off course to the unfavored side while heading south on the east side of the island...
  • Re: IRL Race in Newport RI - 12 Meter Charter
    Board » General Discussion
    My schedule is fairly open.
  • Re: East Coast Tour
    Board » Flag Officers » Race proposals
    SP,

    I had thought about breaking it in 3 ie a northern (maines to AC), central(AC to HH) and southern(HH to DT)... which could make for some nice weekend racing...

    had not though about breaking it up even more into some longer "day" races

    I am not a huge fan of the wide open ocean races. I do enjoy "mark roundings" and island dodging... which does require more "seat time"

    I had not though about making it a "series" either...
  • Re: East Coast Tour
    Board » Flag Officers » Race proposals
    aaron,

    I can definitely open up the legs and remove some of the waypoints to allow boats to head out to see for higher winds...easy enough to do. I was just following the directions in the race setup guide that was asking for more waypoint for ranking purposes...

    I did zoom in on the SOL areas where I wanted the waypoints set up to ensure that there were open passages for the cut through.

    We have had plenty of races where there was not much ability for fleet to diverge on a week long race, Hellyaa comes to mind near the finish, the Scandinavian tours long races with right confine which mean lots of computer time.

    the Rum run had lots of mark rounding in a long race in tight quarters......

    race around turkey....

    St Lawrence islands...


    looking at GE I could pull out Manticus Island. for 250nm first leg, I could remove block Island and Marthas Vineyard for a 200 nm second leg form Boston to NYC. remove Altanic city for a 230nm from NYC to mouth of the Chesapeake, remove Hatteras and cape lookout for a 270nm to bluff island. remove charleston and hilton head for a 280nm leg to St Augustine. remove the Cape Canaveral for a 280nm to Key Largo, and then have a shot from largo to the tortugas for the finish removing Marathon, Key West, Marquesas and long key...


  • Re: East Coast Tour
    Board » Flag Officers » Race proposals
    it can go anywhere it will fit..no special dates needed. I'm working on setting up a Caribbean tour based on Jimmy Buffett Songs. Ie any place he's mentioned in the Caribbean ...in one of his songs would be a way point... but its an awful lot of songs to go through...

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Manilla to Calbayog 2024

After six years, we welcome you to the race created by sassy63 for the second time. He takes us to the Philippines to race around islands on a 380 nm course. We sail the Italia 14.98 and in Calbayog we'll enjoy our well-deserved Palatan dish and drink it with San Miguel.
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Welcome once again to what these days is Sailonline’s almost annual virtual Melbourne to Osaka Yacht Race. In real life, this double-handed 5500 nm race between these two sister cities, one deep in the southern hemisphere, the other high in the northern hemisphere, is run every four to five years, and is planned to be held again in 2025, so this race is a Prelude in partnership with the Melbourne Osaka Cup 2025 organising committee collaborating with the Ocean Racing Club of Victoria (ORCV), and the Sandringham (SYC) and Osaka Hokko (OHYC) yacht clubs. On this occasion, we’ll be racing the well-known First 40, a popular size of boat for a long-distance double-handed race. With the doldrums unavoidably lying across the track, you can expect to be at virtual sea for at least a month!
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St Nazaire Chasse TIMED Race 2024

Welcome to a "chasse" (hunt) from St. Nazaire to La Baule on the west coast of France! This race was designed by SOLer FR_flouflou in 2010. The KER 40 was introduced to SOL in 2016 by SOLer psail, and the Sol-KER was a welcome addition to SOL’s fleet of 40- footers, as it was to the IRL Ker fleet of eponymous - like KERonimo, KukuKERchu and Ice BreaKER. This is a TIMEDrace, so you may RE-REGISTER HERE to try again, after finishing a run. You will have 13 days and 11 hours to show your skill and decision making after the race opens.
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Cape Town to Auckland 2024


Welcome to the second leg of this Round The World series 2024. It's also the April edition of this year's ocean race championship. The course is the same as the one sailed in 2023, but this year we sail the iconic Swan 65, as suggested in the concluding RTW race last year.
Prepare yourselves for an epic 30-day journey, navigating through the unpredictable waters of the South Seas. It's essential to take care of provisioning to ensure a smooth and enjoyable race experience. With the longer duration, we anticipate plenty of opportunities for camaraderie, competition, and unforgettable memories.
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Race starts: Apr 01st 11:00 Registration Closed
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