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  • Re: Leapfrog 1 - Race Report from karriv
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Races
    OK,
    We'll leave the "proto" ahead.
    We'll race with "series", they are the fundations of this great race, the Mini Transat.
  • Re: Leapfrog 1 - Race Report from karriv
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Races
    Please, don't miss to set a start for Leapfrog 2 !
    Thanks.
  • Re: Global Challenge
    Board » General Discussion
    PLEASE, it's time to schedule the start for the leg 2 !!!
    If we want to sail with the real boats, we must start next Tuesday 4th. And it'll be nice if we have 2 buoys : the first at 39°N - 46° E, the second at 40°N - 80°E.
    Thanks for all.
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    @ RainbowChase : congratulations for this first leg : we're sailing with the real boats !
    For the leg 2 it'll be fine if SOL can put the Ice gates.
    If it is possible the departure for the Leg 2 could be in December 2nd. If it's not possible we will go faster than the real boats, so we can put departure on December 4th.
    So let's talk about that, we've got 2 days for making decision, if you can prepare the next leg like that. Thanks.
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    ard sur - YES misterqu is in SOL, LS, VR and OV, and revaqu is in VLM.

    I'm not sure but i remember you did a very interesting map of your boats in all the games (i think it was in the first legs of VOR). I'd like to do so, if it's very simple... But i'm very bad in data processing..

    If you want to compare, let's see in "Forum marins virtuels", you will catch some more datas.
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    I think it'll be nice to make the starts of the legs at the same time the real Imoca boats will be in zone, even if the previous leg is not finished.
    I hope you understand (with my french poor English language...).
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    Well it's a bit difficult because we can't make writting publicity for this "non official" race.
    But i promise, i will be under colours of SOL in Les Sables d'Olonnes next thursday - Friday and Saturday with my SOL tee-shirt and my SOL cap !!!
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    GREAT
    Many thanks for this SOL's Global Challenge 2012-2013 !!!
  • Re: NOVEMBER 2012
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race Calendar
    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.
  • Re: Vendée Globe Chalenge 2012-2013
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race proposals
    Il y a également le site "océan virtuel" qui permet de naviguer autour du monde : gratuit pour le Vendée, payant en challenge le reste de l'année (13,5€).

    You've got the web site "ocean virtuel" in wich you can sail around the world : free for the Vendée. In challenge the rest of the year, you'll have to pay (13,5€)

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