ORCV WINTER SERIES 2013

Simon didn’t ever lose his voice! Winter Series Race 3 03 Aug Both the BOM and PredictWind are forecasting NW winds around start time, gradually shifting more southerly and lightening throughout the day. The organisers of the 36th America’s Cup Regatta and Prada Cup and supporting events, have released their first newsletter – summarising the main news stories they have published – and a great opportunity to catch up on what you may have missed. They say that consistency is everything in sport, and yacht racing is no exception. Javelin Wins Winter Series!

Weather routing for Course 1 shows race time of about 5 hours for a Beneteau 40, arriving early afternoon but keep in mind that the Race Director has plenty of courses to choose from so who knows what surprises he may have in store for us all tomorrow! Posted on 24 Feb. Saturday – the race to Geelong. Posted today at 9: Nicole and I may have caught Dee at a weak moment or maybe it was that we had been in the club house for about 5 hours, but for some unknown reason we thought it would be a great idea to join the women’s race the next day. We know that yachts have smart pigs, at least two different words to describe the one thing and I don’t think either one of us will complain again about putting a doona into its cover after running tapes and packing away spinnakers. The Squadron is the challenger. The latest forecast from the Bureau and Predictwind are not quite in agreement, so please watch the video for all the details.

Entry is open for racing and cruising divisions. The regatta was well supported by 9 boats and the Saturday evening dinner was enjoyed by all crews.

The Squadron is the challenger.

Friday Weather Update 20 Jul Winds generally in knots range should make for an enjoyable trip to Geelong. At a rough count the ratio was about one experienced crew to 2 not so experienced. Posted on 24 Feb Ahhh, like what the?

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Posted today at 7: Among those waiting to greet him was the man who had started it all. Photographs are copyright by law. As newbies to the sport, our vocabulary has expanded to include new meanings for sheets, braces and winches. The Southern Chapter calendar provided One Design racing throughout the year commencing with a pre season weekend regatta at Geelong, a season long Summer Sprint Series, the National Championships as part of the Festival Sails at Geelong, the State Championship and a winter series to wrap seriees a very busy year.

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This involves a 4 to 5 hour trip each way. The latest forecast from the Bureau esries Predictwind are not quite in agreement, so please watch the video for all the details. There were many different heat winners but it was consistency rather than pace which determined Challenge as the winner of the series.

If you encounter any technical issues then please email techsupport sail-world. Satisfied, because the Southern Chapter enjoyed great One Design racing which was well supported and extremely competitive. Results available after the event from HERE. It had been a fantastic day.

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ORCV Winter Series Race 1 and 2

For inexperienced sailors, the racing was very exciting and perhaps too close for the 20 knot conditions! Serles ‘new’ team of old mates Setting their sights on the JJ Giltinan Championship Three long-time friends and sailing champions have all finally come together in the one boat as they set their sights on winning the JJ Giltinan World 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour from March Even motoring home it was great to be part of the team tidying up ropes, packing away sails and even helping sinter make some running repairs.

The weather was overall very pleasant; westerlies, gradually swinging southerly as forecast, knots, general sunny although some brief showers on entering Corio Bay. Different courses ensure that the fleet arrives in a timely fashion for the wonderful hospitality offered by Royal Geelong Yacht Club.

The Royal Geelong Yacht Club opens its doors to the Sydney 38 sailors and after a winter lay off is an opportunity to dust off the cobwebs and establish the peaking order for the season.

We arrived home after leaving Geelong some 8 or so hours earlier.

ORCV Helly Hansen Winter Series – INXS puts out the challenge

You must be logged in to post a comment. We wish both new owners all the very best success with their boats. From all the feedback, a most enjoyable sail for all the competitors which is wjnter it is all about! Both the BOM and PredictWind are forecasting NW winds around start time, gradually shifting more southerly and lightening throughout the day.

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Sunday morning saw the running of the inaugural and hopefully continuing Geelong to Melbourne Women Skippers and Navigators Race. Login Form Forgot your password? The sprints have been popular and have attracted good support with up to 10 starters on any one day.

At this stage at least 4 Victorian boats have expressed interest to participate in the next Nationals at Pittwater. Weather iwnter for Course 1 shows race time of about 5 hours for a Beneteau 40, arriving early afternoon but keep in mind that the Race Director has plenty of courses to serkes from so who knows what surprises he may have in store for us all tomorrow!

Nicole and I may have caught Dee at a weak moment or maybe it was that we had been in the club house for about 5 hours, but for some unknown reason we thought it would be a great idea to join the women’s race the next day. Nicole had talked me into completing a couple of learn to sail courses at Sandringham earlier this year.

Saturday – the race to Geelong. The series was won comfortably by Challenge from Audacious and Pheonix which deserves a special mention as she sails from Geelong to compete. Clockwork was always well campaigned and a fast boat so our lost will be their gain. Whilst the regatta attracted a disappointing entry of only 9 boats, including the well travelled Zen Gordon Ketelby from NSW, the racing was of a high standard and extremely close. As newbies this was an amazing opportunity and a big thank you to them all.

Please select your home edition. When keelboat sailing in general is struggling, it is great to see the Sydney 38 class is in a good place. After 8 hours of sailing and conversations with the generous crew about what and why things were done we finally reached Geelong.

He will be sadly missed. Promotional tee shirts were also on sale. Don ensured we had a flow of coffee, water and food.