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Seoul To Seoul Sprint 2017 - RESULTS


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GRATTIS sassy63!!!
HERZLICHEN GLÜCKWUNSCH rumskib!!
MAITH AN FEAR bonknhoot!

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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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The Tall Ships Races 2017 - Race 3 - Klaipeda to Szczecin - RESULTS


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CONGRATULAZIONI Franci!!!
GRATULACJE limesinferior!! Поздравляю kenza !

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This was Sailonline’s third race in the three BalticTall Ships Races in Europe. The course from Klaipeda to the finish well-offshore Szczecin with a leave-to-port mark some miles from Kaliningrad looked pretty straightforward. With a kindly southerly or northerly breeze it could be a reach all the way – perfect conditions for our barkies. Of course ideal conditions are rarely found on water, whether you are racing a dinghy, a catamaran or a replica square rigger and so it was that the majority of the fleet found themselves “zipper-tacking” their way to the finish! The real ships had a time limited event to ensure that they made it in time to the festival in Szczecin but our virtual Barques had to pursue the course to its finish! Some took quite circuitous routes, inspecting the wee inlets of Finnish and even Swedish coastlines, while others boldly bbq-ed on the Baltic’s southern shores!

Our podium three, most noble skippers of Class A virtual tallships, sailed supremely well, as can be seen in the fabulous timelapse of the event by SOLer kenza. CONGRATULATIONS to you on proving that when the going gets tough, the tough start winning! Good job, guys!

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Rendezvous 2017 - Tall Ships Regatta - Halifax to Le Havre
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INFO by brainaid.de
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