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25 August 2012


SERIES RESULTS

GRATULUJEME PetrM!!! CONGRATULAZIONI WINSTON_4!! CONGRATULATIONS NZL_Scotsman!

This was the second year that SOL participated virtually in The Tall Ships Races 2012, presented by Szczecin, organised by Sail Training International. With this year's races held in European waters and the SOL Tall Ship of choice being a 90m Barque, we knew we were in for challenging times.

SOLers give various terms to the extreme upwind tacking angles of these beautiful vessels - zipper tracks, zigzagging, teeth tracks - but in all cases progress is difficult... for most of us. There are, however, some SOLers who appear to have tall ships sailing in their very natures. When fickle winds ruin the best laid plans of those of us not so blessed, these born-to-sail-tall-ships guys just streak away and put hours between them and the majority of the fleet. SOL's Series Podium three are in this category. Very nicely done guys! Look out though - next year we will be hot on your heels!

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