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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: John Williams] #217141
08/04/10 01:20 PM
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Madison WI
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No If you have sent it in you are good to go! We have the copy on file and it has been reviewed and determined adaquate as required in the NOR.

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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: ewindsail] #217151
08/04/10 03:01 PM
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Long Beach, California
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Sweet! As my friend Forrest once said, "One less thing!"


John Williams

- The harder you practice, the luckier you get -
Gary Player, pro golfer

After watching Lionel Messi play, I realize I need to sail harder.
Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: John Williams] #217199
08/05/10 02:28 PM
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Santa Cruz, CA
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Forget sailing. I'm covering Surfing!

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JC's raking the beach. Everyone's setting up. It's Game on!

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: SurfCityRacing] #217205
08/05/10 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by SurfCityRacing
Forget sailing. I'm covering Surfing!

[Linked Image]

JC's raking the beach. Everyone's setting up. It's Game on!


those are the biggest centerboard i have ever seen...oh wait.. nevermind ;P

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: ] #217261
08/06/10 02:55 PM
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Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

79 F | 63 F
81 F | 68 F
88 F | 74 F
85 F | 74 F
85 F | 76 F
81 F | 70 F
85 F | NA
Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Chance of T-storms
20% chance of precipitation Chance of T-storms
40% chance of precipitation Chance of T-storms
30% chance of precipitation Chance of T-storms
30% chance of precipitation Chance of T-storms
20% chance of precipitation
UV: 9 UV: 9 UV: 8 UV: 7 UV: 7 UV: 8 UV: 8

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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: F-18 5150] #217263
08/06/10 03:17 PM
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Chicago, Illinois USA
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I have had the best luck with accuweather this summer:

Sunday 77, 8 mph, NNE, 1% chance of thunderstorm
Monday 74, 12, NNE, 0%
Tuesday 76, 7, N, 0%
Wednesday 82, 6, NNW, 3%
Thursday 74, 9, N, 7%
Friday 68, 11, NE, 0%

Unseasonably cool. That said, weatherunderground and weather channel all have different predictions. Warmer and more likely to rain than accuweather.


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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: TEH] #217292
08/07/10 08:33 PM
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That's all I got.

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: SurfCityRacing] #217298
08/08/10 02:01 AM
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Well done Surf City Racing. Great write up, and fabulous photos of the kids in sailing.

A BIG thankyou from me and all those who cannot be there.

Have a fun week on the water..... and those bikes!!!

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: SurfCityRacing] #217301
08/08/10 08:48 AM
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Roanoke Island ,N.C.
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Originally Posted by SurfCityRacing
That's all I got.

You need cards for your spokes, J.


"I said, now, I said ,pay attention boy!"

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If a man is to be obsessed by something.... I suppose a boat is as good as anything... perhaps a bit better than most.
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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: Team_Cat_Fever] #217329
08/09/10 08:41 AM
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Branford, CT
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Big storm last night. A few boats are flipped on the beach. One F16 with a broken mast. No wind and fog right now. Expecting a postponement.

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: rhodysail] #217334
08/09/10 11:06 AM
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Wind is filling a bit but still lots of fog.

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: rhodysail] #217335
08/09/10 11:20 AM
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Orlando, FL
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Originally Posted by rhodysail
Big storm last night. A few boats are flipped on the beach. One F16 with a broken mast. No wind and fog right now. Expecting a postponement.


yep, I learned my lesson this way too .... gotta tie down the F16's (and secure the mast rotator to keep from oscillating).


USA 777
Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: tback] #217339
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Does anyone have an update on the N20 course? The F18's have streaming video...and wonderful coverage but I can't find anything on the N20.

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: sail6382] #217340
08/09/10 02:15 PM
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South Carolina
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where did you find the video stream?


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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: Jake] #217341
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http://www.jtvgo.com/onthewateranarchy
Live coverage of Course B for the F18's. Really want to follow the N20's...but can't find anyone providing updates anywhere online. Been to Velocity sailing, here, anarchy...

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: sail6382] #217344
08/09/10 03:51 PM
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I'm guessing Tad and his droid did not make it to Racine.

Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: tback] #217346
08/09/10 04:10 PM
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Quote

yep, I learned my lesson this way too .... gotta tie down the F16's (and secure the mast rotator to keep from oscillating).


We keep warning everyone for this, but for some reason most people prefer to learn it the hard way.

Besides, with so many F18's around there isn't really any excusse to not tie your F16 down to a secure point properly ! grin

On out games we used our trailers as secure point. Two F16's side by side with the two trailers on the outside on other side. Then use the trap lines and some additional line to ties everything down.

Worked great !

Wouter


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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: tback] #217347
08/09/10 09:30 PM
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Chicago, Illinois USA
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Unfortunately, my boat was staked down and the mast rotator was taught. It pulled the nearly 4 feet of the auger out of the sand. More F18 than F16 flipped and they were staked down as well. Wind was howling. What I did learn was to stake down both sides using the trap wires.

Mark Thomson has loaned me his Blade mast and I am back in business.


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Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: sail6382] #217349
08/09/10 09:44 PM
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Not much to report today. F18, 20s, F16 got in only one race. Fog was a major issue. On the Alpha course with the 20s and the 16s, they literally could not find the marks. From shore, all you could see was the tops of the sails. Low winds as well. Very weird conditions.


Blade F16 USA 725
Re: Racine Catamaran Championships 2010 [Re: TEH] #217350
08/09/10 10:02 PM
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South Carolina
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any results out there? I found some F18 results from today in this thread:

http://forums.sailinganarchy.com/index.php?showtopic=111705&st=0&p=2948874&#entry2948874



Jake Kohl
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