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Rendez Vous Tall Ships Regatta 2017 - Halifax to Le Havre - RESULTS

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What a brilliant race. When it was first mooted that Sailonline would race across the Atlantic twice in Clipper ships, the concern had to be that despite the reputation of it being a speedy tall ship, it remained a tall ship and, if folks have problems steering around Europe, then how would TransAt races be received. All concerns were completely unfounded as SOLers leaped to the challenge with all the determination and enthusiasm as if we were racing our Orange Catamaran polar! The Newfoundland mark was steered for by only one of the real tall ships – presumably some last minute course change was made – but notwithstanding this, Sailonline’s Clipper polar saw the virtual fleet make first landfall off the SW coast of England. The race remains open so we can be sure that the real fleet are safe – with a couple of strong weather systems marching across the Atlantic, the tall ships still at sea are sailing in the quieter zones.

Our excellent podium three are to be congratulated on their seamanship – once past the Lizard the race found a new impetus as the tops spots were battled over. To win such a race must feel inspiring! Well done guys!

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Seoul To Seoul Sprint 2017 - RESULTS

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GRATTIS sassy63!!!
MAITH AN FEAR bonknhoot!

A long course, light winds and an elegant 40-footer from a decade or two ago contrived to turn this sprint into a weekender. Given, excepting of course the pre-announcement of long standing in the quarterly calendar, that this race appeared with short notice on the home page, this was perhaps no bad thing. It gave people a chance to catch up if they were late for the start, and indeed some notable recoveries were recorded.

However, our podium three – all sailing in the dark – were on the line from the get-go, and after many arduous hours of DC setting and steering by hand, it was sassy63 who just pipped rumskib, with bonknhoot coming in third after trying and failing with a more southerly route. Congratulations, chaps!

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The Tall Ships Races 2017 - RESULTS

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Поздравляю kenza !!!
PARABÉNS Alexandria!! CONGRATULATIONS longreacher!

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We have come to the end of our Tall Ships racing in Europe for 2017 and we owe a big “thank you” to Sail Training International for another year of excellent buddy-racing. Bringing Class A ships on-screen and tracking their progress is a real bonus for Sailonline’s racing, creating as it does a real sense of interactivity with the real ships and the festivals they are taking part in.

For possibly the first year, there seemed to be a real recognition of the way in which tall ships perform – set against our usual repertoire of mono- and multi-hull yachts, these grand ladies of the oceans, representing an era of maritime exploration, remind us of the difficult conditions faced by those early navigators. As we lolled, almost becalmed at times, we could begin to understand the frustrations this must have caused on-board in an era without satellite communications, where voyages lasted not just weeks but months.

Many congratulations to our wonderful podium – to win any tall ships race on Sailonline is a pretty remarkable achievement, but to finish on the podium at the end of a series is just excellent. Very well done guys!

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Race #1046
INFO by brainaid.de
SuperMaxi 100 Particulars
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ALT. CLIENT: ClassicRACE CLOSE: Wednesday, 23 August at 2300utc
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Rendezvous 2017 - Tall Ships Regatta - Halifax to Le Havre
Welcome to the third and final ocean race in this year's Rendezvous Tall Ships events. Racing our Clippers back to Europe our course from Halifax to Le Havre is 2471nm of classic TransAt. NOTE:Starts and Finishes in tall ships racing are well offshore to avoid conflict with shipping and shipping lanes.
Race #1033
INFO by brainaid.de
Clipper Particulars
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
RANKING: Tall Ships - SYC
ALT. CLIENT: Classic
Race starts: Aug 01st 20:00 Registration Open!

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