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A fun checklist for SOLers new and old... To be earned while racing (no DNFs ;-) )



Order of Magellan: Complete circumnavigation


Order of the Ditch: Transit of the Panama Canal.


Order of the Golden Dragon: International date line.


Order of the Rock: Straits of Gibraltar.


Order of the Spanish Main: "Complete" Caribbean.


Order of the Square Rigger: Square rigger.


Realm of the Czars: Black sea.


Red Nose: Antarctic circle.


Safari to Suez: Transit of the Suez Canal.


Shellback: Crossing of the equator.


Blue Nose: Arctic circle


Emerald Shellback: Equator Crossing at prime meridian.


Golden Shellback: Equator crossing meridian - Lon 180/Lat 0


Great Lakes: All 5 Great Lakes.


Mossback: Rounding of Cape Horn.


76Trombones




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I do not believe that SOL has, as of yet, sailed on the waters of Lake Ontario.

A couple of viable options may be found here:

http://www.lo300.org/racers-info/courses

P.S.

Technically speaking SOL has dropped anchor there (Lake Erie Round the Islands Challenge #307) but certainly a full scale course has yet to be devised.

Lake St. Clair is the red-headed stepchild of the Great Lakes & The Detroit River is not visible under current SOL map rendering technology.

Just saying . . .

Port Huron to Niagara Falls would be Da Bomb

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None so blind
Heh heh... missing Erie too. Eheh poke poke nudge ;-)
Hey 76!!

Don't jest. Some time ago I made a half hearted proposal that this sort of thing be applied in SOL. I feel that it would appeal to the younger sailors getting into SOL. It might make more new sailors have an extra incentive to sail with us here.

Others you might include for yourself are;

Club Champion - Ranking 1
Master mariner - Top 10 results sailor

:)

George
Cheers Jawz! Anyone else? :)

Club Champion: Held SYC #1.
Master Mariner: Held SYC Top Ten.
Race Win: Individual race winner.
Outstanding Service: Service above and beyond.

#307 - how about that... missed that one nice catch! A few race ideas here - some more practical than others.

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Will these medals be assigned automatically?
76, I LOVE this!!

Don't know where you find them.

1) Honour of Triton; 25 consecutive starts and finishes (no DNS/DNF)
Honour of Poseidon; 50 consecutive starts and finishes (no DNS/DNF)

2) How/where would these be displayed? Suggest on the SYC Ranking page under the SOLers name.

3) How far back do we go for calculating badges? 12months/24months/The Big Bang??

4) I volunteer to help with research if there is a data repository to review.

Cool idea!

SP
Cool idea !
Cool!
When we will go trought Panama and Suez channel???
I missing them to complete my sticker´s album ! ;-)
Club Champ - that would be held #1 on any leaderboard, yes?
I help develop the client interface for the best online ocean racing sim there is... __/)/)_/)__

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