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9 August 2017

ČESTITAMO SimeMali!!!
GOOD ONYA Billy!!FELICIDADES rafa!

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Into the second half of 2017 and the second of our three-boat-choice championship. Proving immensely popular, despite the occasional hiccup when folks disqualify themselves when not reading the rules thoroughly enough, the events themselves, comparing directly the performance(s) of the three 40ft boat choices, has made for great in-race chat as well some excellent Race Reports submitted for the results blogs. Long may this new-style championship continue – especially in conjunction with buddied events, that really brought a tremendous interactivity to the race screen.

Thanks must go to SOLer Tyger for organising another successful buddy-up with Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron -racing from Brisbane to Keppel is always fun… or, at least, it is if you can manage to find the tide/current or (in SOL) the wind to see you happily reaching past the channel markers out to the open ocean. As could be seen from the tracked boats on-screen (a marathon task by Tech Team stoertebaeker to bring more than 30 tracked boats to our attention!) not everyone had the “legs” to get through the channel successfully at first attempt. Once down-course, there still seemed to be several options in play and, for once, the mighty Ker didn’t have things all its own way – read the race reports for more insights.

As always, our podium three are to be congratulated on their success – this was a closely fought affair with boats flying the flags of 28 nations taking part, so to gain the podium by relatively decent margins (although #4 was hot on your transoms) was very well done indeed! Congratulations!

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