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Therefore, the series standings for each fleet from the previous weekend became the final standings for the Garmin Hamble Winter Series. The first day of sailing was just about postcard perfect- 17 knots, blue water and no foul weather or spray tops needed in Cancun! In these conditions the top three or four boats got a comfortable lead but the fight right behind was definitely full-on with very close finishes. On the last day, the Gods must have been crazy. How can they deliver such gorgeous conditions, again!?
Who sacrificed what to make it happen?
Vic-Maui race yacht Kinetic is returning to Victoria
With the fleet treated to more kt breezes, the racing was very tight with each of the top three boats winning one race, but also having to come back on other races from well behind. The regatta had seven races for the dozen teams competing for the South American title. The outcome of the regatta came down to the last leg of the last race! The championship was spectacular with good racing and a lot of wind.
We finished third, which is a good position for us.
They are competing against world-class Class 40 teams in the double-handed division. The race got away as scheduled from Marina Lanzarote with the fleet enjoying a reaching start in Atlantic swell and a solid 15 knots of breeze from the northeast. The race course sends the yachts to the north of Tenerife, a mile blast reach from the southern tip of Lanzarote in Atlantic swell — a spectacular way to spend a Saturday night! After rounding Tenerife, the next mark of the course is Glover Island Light, Grenada, about 3, miles south west across the Atlantic.
Every single yacht competing in this race has been so well prepared and they are all expecting a very competitive race across the Atlantic.
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There are battles throughout the fleet which will undoubtedly have many twists and turns over the next few days and weeks of racing. Safety is always our top priority and after that major consideration, these teams are all up for the challenge of pushing hard across the Atlantic. First away were the monohulls. I would explain our watch system, but probably best you just look at the tracker. We are both having an amazing time, enjoying as much sleep as we can and loving the good work that Nunatak is doing to power us forward.
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With the light winds, experienced yesterday and last night the clutch of 40 ft yachts have come to the fore after IRC corrected time. Not wishing to dampen their fireworks, this may be due to the fact that NUNATAK has taken a more westerly route, closer to the rhumb line. In doing so, NUNATAK has stayed in the high pressure vacuum but by tomorrow morning fresh winds are likely from the east, which will improve their position.
Yesterday the smallest boat in IRC was wearing the crown. NUNATAK was working her way just south of the rhumb line and making good progress in the light winds, benefiting from minimizing the mileage required to the finish. Today is a significant day for Elin Haf Davies as eight years ago, she was rowing across the Atlantic from La Gomera to Antigua, a journey that took 77 days! The wind has continued to drop over night.
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As the Autohelm could handle the conditions, we had dinner together on deck, which was really beautiful at night. Overnight we went from A4, to Code 0 and then to jib as the southerly breeze stopped us from going south as quick as we wanted to. Dolphins came to visit which was just amazing, as always, and far better than the floating fridge we had to by-pass the night before. Thanks RORC for the opportunity. The crews met challenging conditions all weekend, with first day producing 20 to 25 kts mistral winds with gusts to 30 kts and the second day dishing out kt winds and huge seas, making steering very difficult upwind.
The advent of production boatbuilding changed the face of dual-purpose sailboats, a concept that waxes and wanes but endures today. You still see them at local marinas and at popular distance races like the Chicago-Mackinac and the Newport-Bermuda. A true cruiser-racer is a boat that features comfortable accommodations below, user-friendly handling topside, and competitive performance. When the fiberglass revolution hit production boatbuilding in the s, however, the stage was set for a new breed of cruiser-racer. At the forefront of this movement was the design group Cuthbertson and Cassian.
In , Canadian yachtsman Perry Connolly commissioned the duo to design a custom foot racing sloop. Bruckmann Manufacturing built the boat in fiberglass with a balsa core, making her the first ever to be engineered with a cored hull. And, she was a game-changer. She won the whole thing in , and that was with 85 competitors. And that is with twin engines running.
Similarly, a Grand Banks 42 Classic with twin hp diesels uses 14 gallons per hour at 11 knots. Reducing the speed of the GB42 to 9 knots cuts fuel consumption down to 6 gallons per hour.
These figures are rough examples, of course, and they don't take into account the many factors that affect fuel consumption-such as how the boat is loaded, sea conditions, or stabilizing gear.