© GBR1259T 2020

Results - 2020

Waited till 09:45 before making decision but as it was still 20knts gusting 25 so we canned it.
Started: 29/08/20 10:12:00 Sail No. Yacht TCF E Day Finished Elapsed Corrected Posn Points 6032 Skua IV 0.901 0 12:01:52 01:49:52 01:38:59 1 1 3000 Enigma 0.880 0 12:10:59 01:58:59 01:44:42 2 2 1259 Moondog 0.903 DNS 9 4522 Spirit of Kudu 0.912 DNS 9 7063 Love In The Mist 0.834 DNC 50 5131 Silver Fox 0.800 DNC 50 Royal Southampton Yacht Club     2020 Double Handed Series Race No 3: Spring Double - Race 1 Saturday 29th August 2020
© GBR1259T 2020

Results - 2020

Started: 15/08/20 09:17:00 Sail No. Yacht TCF E Day Finished Elapsed Corrected Posn Points 4069 Ziggy 0.878 0 13:53:07 04:36:07 04:02:26 1 1 504 Mandarin 0.808 0 14:20:32 05:03:32 04:05:15 2 2 4265 Happy Apple 0.912 0 13:50:49 04:33:49 04:09:43 3 3 5131 Silver Fox 0.800 0 14:38:01 05:21:01 04:16:49 4 4 4522 Spirit of Kudu 0.912 0 14:15:23 04:58:23 04:32:08 5 5 1251 Jiminy Cricket 0.768 0 15:17:58 06:00:58 04:37:13 6 6 1259 Moondog 0.903 0 14:26:56 05:09:56 04:39:52 7 7 3000 Enigma 0.880 0 14:53:06 05:36:06 04:55:46 8 8 6896 Erik the Red 0.902 0 15:02:31 05:45:31 05:11:39 9 9 6032 Skua IV 0.901 0 15:30:24 06:13:24 05:36:26 10 10 1 Meow 0.772 RET 11 14 4791 Blueberry 0.857 DNC 50 3153 Riot 0.812 DNC 50 Royal Southampton Yacht Club     2019 Double Handed Series Race No 2: Island Double Saturday 15th August 2020
Re-arranged Island Double which was constrained to racing within the Solent but due to light winds even this was curtailed to Westerly mark of Craftinsurance and Easterly of North Sturbridge.  Off the start hoisted the kite and the fleet split between a Northerly route out of the tide and a direct route to the first mark.  We were in the direct group and seemed to loose out as were entered the Western Solent heading for Craftiinsurance.  As the fleet approached the mark the leading boat radio RC that it wasn't in fact there so we had to do a GPS rounding of where the mark should have been.  Did better on the beat back to Lepe Spit and made up a few places.  Again as we rounded Lepe Spit some boats headed in shore out of the tide and made some big gains.  Also by this time RC had shorted course and we were now heading directly for the finish at John Fisher.  What the little wind there was now becoming very fluky which made it a bit of a struggle to get to the line including a complete 360 for no apparent reason.
Rounding Lepe Spit
GPS Track