© GBR1259T 2022

Results - 2022

Fairly light winds forecast for all day, other two boats in our start got their kites up off the line but we waited till we were out in the channel. Kept over to the island shore to pick up the better tide. Through Hurst and up the main channel towards Bridge. Pretty fluky winds but settled down to white sails across Poole Bay and pulled away from Mandarin with Skua IV taking the North Channel. Approaching Anvil Point the wind died so drifted towards St Albans on the tide where the wind picked back up again as the sea breeze kicked in which held to the finish with only a minor scare about a mile off. Calculated the results but got a couple of errors so missed that we had actually won by 10 seconds until we saw the published numbers so an excellent result.
GPS Track
Passing St Albans Head
Started: 28/05/22 09:05:00 Sail No. Yacht TCF E Day Finished Elapsed Corrected Posn Points 1259 Moondog 0.902 0 17:07:24 08:02:24 07:15:07 1 1 504 Mandarin 0.805 0 18:05:43 09:00:43 07:15:17 2 2 6032 Skua IV 0.902 0 17:48:50 08:43:50 07:52:30 3 3 8889 Glass Onion 0.839 0 DNC 50 2644 Ipqu-Aya 0.768 0 DNC 50 8054 Smile 0.855 0 DNC 50 4522 Spirit of Kudu 0.912 0 DNC 50 Royal Southampton Yacht Club     2022 Double Handed Series Race No 3: Weymouth Double - Leg 1 Saturday 28th May 2022
© GBR1259T 2022

Results - 2022

Started: 28/05/22 09:05:00 Sail No. Yacht TCF E Day Finished Elapsed Corrected Posn Points 1259 Moondog 0.902 0 17:07:24 08:02:24 07:15:07 1 1 504 Mandarin 0.805 0 18:05:43 09:00:43 07:15:17 2 2 6032 Skua IV 0.902 0 17:48:50 08:43:50 07:52:30 3 3 8889 Glass Onion 0.839 0 DNC 50 2644 Ipqu-Aya 0.768 0 DNC 50 8054 Smile 0.855 0 DNC 50 4522 Spirit of Kudu 0.912 0 DNC 50 Royal Southampton Yacht Club     2022 Double Handed Series Race No 3: Weymouth Double - Leg 1 Saturday 28th May 2022
Fairly light winds forecast for all day, other two boats in our start got their kites up off the line but we waited till we were out in the channel. Kept over to the island shore to pick up the better tide. Through Hurst and up the main channel towards Bridge. Pretty fluky winds but settled down to white sails across Poole Bay and pulled away from Mandarin with Skua IV taking the North Channel. Approaching Anvil Point the wind died so drifted towards St Albans on the tide where the wind picked back up again as the sea breeze kicked in which held to the finish with only a minor scare about a mile off. Calculated the results but got a couple of errors so missed that we had actually won by 10 seconds until we saw the published numbers so an excellent result.
Passing St Albans Head
GPS Track