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CANY-LANEX Offshore Cup 2017 - RESULTS

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Поздравления kenza!!!

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Long after the Q3 calendar was published, SOLer PetrM approached Sailonline’s Race Committee on behalf of the Czech Offshore Yachting Association Authority with a request to run a virtual version of the 2017 ČANY LANEX Offshore Cup. Our SRC is always flexible and accommodating, when possible, and so it was that this short, almost-sprint, across the Baltic came to be raced, in between scheduled races. There was a real race tracker where we could keep an eye on the progress of the small real fleet, and as you can see from this image, our virtual X-35 OD was racing well with them!

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Sailonline participants flew the flags of 33 different nations, and with a winning time of 1d 23h 27m 05s it can be said that our winner put in a superb performance, hotly pursued by the remainder of the fleet, as he arrived just 1m 6s ahead of the second podium place taker. Altogether, 11 boats arrived within 10mins of the winner – for a 300nm race, this was a pretty close finish. Congratulations to our podium on an excellent performance! Bravo guys!

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Victoria to Maui 2017 - RESULTS

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PARABÉNS Alexandria!! Поздравления kenza!

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Racing the Pacific is what Sailonline was designed for. A grand ocean race from Vancouver, Canada, to Maui, Hawaii challenges all erstwhile navigators. Whether racing SOTP (“seat of the pants”) as a Corinthian sailor or using the most sophisticated routing software, the wonderfully powerful winds of this biggest of the planet’s oceans mean that to succeed you really do need to pay attention. Picking a point to route towards in the ever-swirling systems, when weather gribs are truly only sensibly reliable out to 7 days, tests the mettle of all who attempt it. As a consequence, our podium three are to be congratulated for their success – with our winner arriving more than 30 minutes ahead of their nearest competition. Bravo guys!

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Silverrudder Challenge of the Sea 2017

Sailonline is delighted to announce its second official buddy-up with Svendborg Amatør Sejlklub in Denmark for the challenging inshore race around the island of Funen, the "Silverrudder - Challenge of the Sea".
This year, Sailonline will be present in Svendborg at the Meeting Point, and the public is invited to join us with their laptops and PC's to sail against the IRL fleet. The Sailonline race simulation will be shown on a large screen for people to watch and follow the race.
The most likely sailing direction of the race will be announced at Skipper's Briefing starting at 15:00 UTC on 21 September. This direction will be published as soon as it's known in an In-Race message, for the race on 22 September.

Since inception in 2012 when a handful of boats participated, this single-handed race has become the world’s largest single-handed event.
This year the list of entrants shows 426 boats registered for start. Sailonline will be racing an X-99, the boat type that is most widely represented (17 in 2017), so we will have direct competition.

Sailonline’s race will be opening Friday 15 September at 10:00 UTC for pre-race practice and will start with the real Silverrudder fleet's X-99'ers on Friday 22 September 2017 at 10:00 UTC.

It is highly recommended that you read these special circumstances for the start of Silverrudder 2017


The Sailonline team, live present in Svendborg, Gilberto (Gilles), Hagen (rumskib), Kim (Wolff) and Finn (Bimmer) are offering a 15g silver Silverrudder keyring, which will be posted anywhere in the world

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2017 40' Series Championship Q3&Q4 - Hawaiian Zig Zag
Welcome to the 3rd of 6 races in this season (Q3/Q4) of our 40' series!
This time we will use "Jaws" Hawaiian Zig Zag course for our race.
Shifting winds, beaches, rocks and headlands, zig and zag; 430nm not for the faint hearted! Your challenge is to get your choice of 40' to Niihau without breaking either the boat or your spirit.


Race # 1081
INFOfrom brainaid.de
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
40CQ3&4 –SYC

Race starts: Sep 27th 02:00 Registration Open!

Silverrudder - "Challenge of the Sea" 2017
Sailonline welcomes you to the second "buddy-up" with "Silverrudder - Challenge of the Sea" in the 2017 edition race around the Danish Island of Funen.
With shallow waters and a strong current this close inshore race is truly a challenge. One of three regattas around Funen each year, this race is the only one for single handed racing. Will our new X-99'er be a match for the real fleet, including the seventeen X-99'ers?
Time will tell!

It is highly recommended that you read these special circumstances for the start of Silverrudder 2017
Starting Circumstances

Race #1082
INFO from brainaid.de
X-99 Singlehanded Particulars
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking: SYC
Race starts: Sep 22nd 10:00 Registration Closed

Hauraki TIMED Race 2017
This TIMED race completes SOL’s Q3 sojourn on the waters of New Zealand’s capital-of-sail. This time we are switching our trusty Young 88s for the more muscular Young11s which on previous occasions have managed to lap the selected 35nm circuit borrowed from SSANZ in less than 4 hours and 35 minutes. Good luck!
RE-REGISTER HERE to race again after finishing a run
Race #1071
INFO by brainaid.de
Young11 Particulars
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
ALT. CLIENT: Classic
RACE CLOSE: Sunday, 1 October at 2300utc
Race starts: Sep 21st 10:00 Registration Open!

Caribbean Rum Run 2017
Welcome to the 2017 running of Sailonline’s annual Pirate PRIZE race run close to International Talk Like a Pirate Day on 19 September. This is a 1759nm slalom through the rum islands of the Caribbean, collecting barrels to bring to the rum-parched beaches of Mexico. If ye scurvy swabs are up ter it, then don a piratical disguise by becoming an SYC Member and requesting to change your boat name for this race only!
Race #1076
INFO from brainaid.de
Open 60 Particulars
WX Updates:
0430 / 1030 / 1630 / 2230
Ranking: SYC
RACE CLOSE: Monday, 25 September at 2300utc
Race starts: Sep 13th 10:00 Registration Closed

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