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  • Re: Christmas to Christmas Race 2013
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Races
    how about 'youllshootyoureyeout' for artem1s

    done

    --- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2013-11-26 09:12:15 ---
  • firefox not running client
    Board » Technical Support
    I can access the sailonline site but when I open a race I get an error page directing me to get flash. needless to say, I have flash. I cleared sailonline cookies. using firefox 14.0.1
  • Re: Yacht Club Rankings-excluding races
    Board » Sailonline Yacht Club
    not sure how to respond. isn't there a weekend/weekday separate ranking for just this reason? short races favor some members more than others? so? are the rankings there for an extra layer of fun/experience or so the same people can always win? which, I am getting a little weary of myself. how about designing a ranking system that doesn't favor only a few members? I was willing to concede that I would never have a chance to be on the podium because I don't use the weather predictors some members use but this 'gaming' the rankings to favor long course racers just seems like an extra insult. as are the constant rude comments about "sheep" racers in the forum and chats. why bother with the 'short' courses at all? obviously the only important races are the one that favor the usual winners. by my count we have about one short course for every 4-5 long ones. isn't that enough of a disparity already? if members are designing these sorts of courses wouldn't that indicate they prefer to see some other type of race once in awhile? I guess the exclusion really took me off guard but SOL's concession that they intentionally favor one type of racer over another really surprised me.
  • Re: Yacht Club Rankings
    Board » Sailonline Yacht Club
    is there a reason why the Erie race does not appear in the rankings? is the 'too many buoys' complaint? missing waypoints happens to everyone. i sincerely hope this wasn't the reason it has been excluded.
  • Re: Lake Erie round the islands dash
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race proposals
    Great suggestion for the Cedar Point pass! Hope we can make the October 3rd date!
  • Lake Erie round the islands dash
    Board » Sailonline Race Committee » Race proposals
    Here's a proposal for all you Great Lakes sailors! the Google Earth file is attached.

    Course Summary: Sandusky Bay to Put-in-Bay
    Boats: Frers 33
    Distance: 46 NM
    Estimated Duration: 15 hours
    Race Type: weekend/timed

    Description: 46 NM race around the islands of Lake Erie from Sandusky Bay around Pelee Island, North Bass/St. George Island, and Middle Bass Island finishing at Put-in-Bay.

    Invitation: Help artem1s celebrate the end of the sailing season on Lake Erie with one last dash around the islands. We'll be racing with a Frers 33 and starting at the mouth Sandusky Harbor and finishing at South Bass Island. Grab a mooring ball and take the water taxi in for pizza and drinks at Frosty's when pass the finish line at Put-in-Bay.

    Designed by German Frers to optimize the new International Measurement System (IMS) rating rule, the Frers 33 was built from 1986 to 1992 and marketed by its builder, Carroll Marine Ltd. of Bristol, RI, as a racer/cruiser.
  • Re: Sailonline Yacht Club (SYC) Rankings
    Board » General Discussion
    it would be helpful if the dates of the races were listed on the individual ranking pages. then you could more easily tell which races were about to 'expire'

    thx
  • Re: clipper round the world race
    Board » General Discussion
    I'm willing to write them about polars. Do you have any suggestions/official language about your site/org that you would prefer I use?

    I will send a list of ports and approximate dates of leg starts. There are 7 legs. they do not have start times posted yet.

    artem1s
  • clipper round the world race
    Board » General Discussion
    the clipper round the world race starts out of Humber, UK on 9 Sept. It would be great if SOL did a companion race. you can follow their progress here...

    http://www.clipperroundtheworld.com/index.php/Home
  • Re: polars for the 5 boats of AugustimÃ¥nen?
    Board » General Discussion
    is anyone's polar behaving "oddly". the prediction figures seem to be way off on mine and the indicator for speed is way out in the 18knt range yet my boat is only clocking 8knts. using J80

    thanks

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Galway Redux TIMED Race 2022
As we last did in 2017, we come to Galway for another TIMED race. Starting from Acaill Bheag, we sail around the coast of County Galway for around 90nm to finish in Galway City. While the weather is generally mild, it gets the occasional severe windstorm which is key to setting a quick time in our Seacart 30s. Feel free to try as much as you want - that is, once you have brought your boat to Galway City first.
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Round Britain and Ireland 2022
We invite you to participate in the 1780 nm race according to the clockwise movement around Ireland, Scotland, Shetland Islands and England. We will have four waters: the North Atlantic Ocean, the Celtic Sea, the North Sea, La Manche Channel. Each of them has its own specific navigation conditions but we will not exchange them here. Watch out for cyclones forming in the vicinity of Iceland and wandering in the south - east. The wind speed at this time of year can reach up to 40 kts and even more. Let's hope that sailing experience and our Sunfast3600 will safely lead us to the finish line.
Race #1625
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Race starts: Oct 01st 18:00 Registration Open!

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Tour Down Under 2022
It will be 694nm of killing racing on an amazing route created by SOL'er AGage. In the chat of the first edition of this race, Tyger wrote "Only an Aussie (and a crazy one) with intimate knowledge of these waters could have come up with such a racecourse". Well maybe AGage was a bit crazy, but he was also a genius when he made it, inspired by the great cycling race "Tour Down Under". Instead of bikes we will use fast 60ft Trimarans. So rest well and prepare large amounts of coffee. You will have at least two days without sleep. 😊
Race #1595
INFO by brainaid.de
60ft Trimaran PARTICULARS
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0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking:
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RACE CLOSE: Monday, 3 October at 23:00 UTC
Race starts: Sep 25th 02:00 Registration Closed

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