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Galveston to Galway 2022 - RESULTS


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TILLYKKE SKOVSER!!!
CONGRATULAZIONI Mediterranean!! CONGRATULAZIONI aner59!

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Another ocean race involving 138 yachts has ended. As is usually the case when crossing the Atlantic, this was also full of surprises and twists. Despite this, it did not bring about any significant changes in the general classification of OCCH. We have only passed the halfway point of our struggle and everything is still possible.

The podium was captured by sailors representing the old continent led by the valiant SKOVSER (Denmark), assisted by Mediterranean and aner59 (both Italy).
Well done, congratulations.

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Tall Ships Races 2022 - Antwerp to Aalborg - RESULTS


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GRATULACJE WRmirekd!!!
CONGRATULATIONS Pit8008!! CONGRATULATIONS FreyaUSA!

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It took the leaders in this second and final race of our 2022 Tall Ships series in cooperation with Sail Training International a mere 40 hours to over the 500-odd sea miles from Antwerp to Aalborg. She’s a tall ship and a fast ship with decent enough upwind angles in her sail-locker to boot and the North Sea barely challenges her, banks, shoals and shallow shores notwithstanding. Round the world is what she was built for; worth considering.

But back in the here and now, it was our Hanseatic master mariner from Gdansk or thereabouts, WRmirekd, who showed the rest of the 117-ship fleet how best to control the myriad yards, lifts, sheets and braces of the square sails, mizzens and top-gallants of the byzantine sail plan. Wonderful!

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Tall Ships Races 2022 -Esbjerg to Harlingen - RESULTS


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CONGRATULAZIONI Sax747!!!
CONGRATULAZIONI Mediterranean e AL53_SSIta!!!!

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Having only just reported on the second of our Tall Ships racing this year, your interim reporter realized that nothing, "niente" in fact had as yet been written about its prequel from Esbjerg to Harlingen, earlier in July. "Niente, scuse" an all Italian tri-some triumph featuring a dominant Sax747 coming in a solid seven minutes ahead of Mediterranean and AL53_SSIta, neck-n-neck. Impressive team work!

And although none of our Race 1 All-Italian podium were quite ale to repeat their showing in Race 2, enough was done by AL53_SSIta and Mediterranean to achieve the 1-2 overall, in that order, with the ever-consistent FreyjaUSA just managing to break up the Italian hegemony squeezing in in P3 overall ahead of Sax747, who only had a good but not great race the second time out!

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Sines to Bermuda 2022 - RESULTS


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GOOD ONYA Kipper1258!!!
FELICITATIONS TarassBoulba!! CONGRATULATIONS Pit8008!

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It was one of the longest races of the SOL All Round Championships. In fact, it could easily belong to the ocean racing class. Fortunately, we had Orange 125 fast catamarans at our disposal, which allowed for efficient sailing to the finish line in Bermuda. 119 crews fought for victory on the 3213nm route. In fact, the yachts have covered a bit more.

Kipper1258 turned out to be unbeatable, defeating 3909nm in 8 days 22 hours 56 minutes and 24 seconds, which gave him an average speed on the route of over 18kts. TarassBoulba crossed the finish line with a loss of 28 minutes and 11 seconds. And 11 minutes and 8 seconds after him, Pit8008 completed the podium.
Congratulations to our winners.

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  1. Sailonline Yacht Club Member WRmirekd
  2. Sailonline Yacht Club Member Pit8008
  3. Sailonline Yacht Club Member rafa
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  5. Sailonline Yacht Club Member GREATSKUA
  6. Sailonline Yacht Club Member Vida_Maldita
  7. Sailonline Yacht Club Member Sax747
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