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Board » Flag Officers » Race proposals » Multen Lake Race

Post annotated by RainbowChaser :
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Hi!
I've used your pdf instruction file, but RC didn't get my .kmz to work. But if you do, this is my suggestion. A small boat (but maybe fast) would be the most realistic. We don't have any dinghies!
Maybe I should change start and finish points, to avoid crossing lines?
Please let me know if the file is ok, and if I should adjust anything, if you think it's good idea. But the challenge of sailing a small lake would be interesting, I think :)
Musigny

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Post annotated by RainbowChaser :
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Musigny - Whilst SOL does not have a dinghy like you suggest, we do have a Twister 28 whose hull speed upwind is not unlike a Laser but no planning downwind. I appreciate that a) the Twister is not a Swedish boat and b) it would bottom out at most marks in your lake but in medium/light winds it would give us a hard work 2 - 3 hour sprint. Acceptable?
Our other dinghy is an F18 catamaran and that would zom around too fast.
The Twister will definitely do in Multen. Only at places is the lake shallow; you can never get more than 375 m from nearest shore, but it's 24 m deep here and there! And since we're virtual, it doesn't matter, or is the 'mapper' considering depth?
Don't hesitate if you've got other requirements or questions!
Musigny

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