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Portsmouth DP-N #281003
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Anyone have this in a spread sheet format along with the Multihull modification factors? Can pull them off of US Sailing without a membership...


Thanks

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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281004
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Join and support us. Be counted as a cat sailor.

Have you tried the website? I just got to all of the info you seek without a password...

Mike

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281005
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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281006
11/03/15 01:31 PM
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In case Mikes link does not work PM me your email address and I'll send you the tables and modification factors.



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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: mikekrantz] #281017
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Thanks for the site info! Another piece of great info to be found on Catamran Sailor.


Terry
Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: dartfast] #281024
11/05/15 06:21 AM
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I have had a hot link on this site www.catsailor.com for eons in the left index
Rick


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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: RickWhite] #281035
11/06/15 07:57 AM
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I tried using it a couple days ago and while your link worked the site required a password (membership) to access the tables.


Have Fun
Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: catman] #281040
11/07/15 06:37 AM
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It didn't a week or so ago. Strange
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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281042
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It's neither your imagination nor a glitch. They have put password protection on this at times. While I agree that people should pay to join and support the effort, this is like anything else rules-related: once it's out there, anyone can reproduce and use it, and any attempt to lock it down can only backfire.

Mike

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: brucat] #281049
11/09/15 05:01 PM
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Why? It should be public informationa?


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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281052
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No clue, Rick. Just confirming for people here that they weren't imagining things when they were asked for passwords.

Mike

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: brucat] #281055
11/09/15 10:13 PM
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I get right to the tables here - no password. Are you looking for something different than the Portsmouth tables in on-screen presentation?
Portsmouth tables for multihulls

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: RickWhite] #281059
11/10/15 07:59 AM
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Originally Posted by RickWhite
Why? It should be public informationa?


USSailing (the employees) are always looking to increase membership without increasing value or services. It's cheap and easy to lock down a useful part of the website in an effort to drive up membership.

The DPN system is public domain but I'm sure USSailing considers it intellectual property of USSailing therefore they can distribute it as they wish.

Looks like the link is now broken, whistle


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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: David Ingram] #281060
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Originally Posted by David Ingram
Originally Posted by RickWhite
Why? It should be public informationa?


USSailing (the employees) are always looking to increase membership without increasing value or services. It's cheap and easy to lock down a useful part of the website in an effort to drive up membership.

The DPN system is public domain but I'm sure USSailing considers it intellectual property of USSailing therefore they can distribute it as they wish.

Looks like the link is now broken, whistle


I have the tables in Excel format if anyone needs them....but I believe the last thing they need is to give anyone more incentive to use a different rating system. laugh


Jake Kohl
Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Jake] #281075
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Originally Posted by Jake
Originally Posted by David Ingram
Originally Posted by RickWhite
Why? It should be public informationa?


USSailing (the employees) are always looking to increase membership without increasing value or services. It's cheap and easy to lock down a useful part of the website in an effort to drive up membership.

The DPN system is public domain but I'm sure USSailing considers it intellectual property of USSailing therefore they can distribute it as they wish.

Looks like the link is now broken, whistle


I have the tables in Excel format if anyone needs them....but I believe the last thing they need is to give anyone more incentive to use a different rating system. laugh


Seems the link to the tables works sporadically... I was able to get in there and get hem onto an excel sheet...

But I agree.... why make it hard when there are alternatives out there...

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Ventucky Red] #281100
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Anyone know where I can find the Portsmouth rating for the Nacra F20 Carbon? It's not listed in the petroglyphs (Portsmouth tables).


Lee

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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: TeamChums] #281101
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Originally Posted by TeamChums
Anyone know where I can find the Portsmouth rating for the Nacra F20 Carbon? It's not listed in the petroglyphs (Portsmouth tables).


Is this a trick question? It received a provisional rating at one time that I remember did not draw a lot of confidence in the Portsmouth system - or am I thinking about the foiling 20?


Jake Kohl
Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Jake] #281104
11/17/15 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Jake
Originally Posted by TeamChums
Anyone know where I can find the Portsmouth rating for the Nacra F20 Carbon? It's not listed in the petroglyphs (Portsmouth tables).


Is this a trick question? It received a provisional rating at one time that I remember did not draw a lot of confidence in the Portsmouth system - or am I thinking about the foiling 20?


Both!


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Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: TeamChums] #281105
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Originally Posted by TeamChums
Anyone know where I can find the Portsmouth rating for the Nacra F20 Carbon? It's not listed in the petroglyphs (Portsmouth tables).


I knew the number since it's the same as the CFR (WTH), but wanted to verify first. Luckily I just happen to have a copy of the tables from the middle of last year (6/10/2014)....

D-PN = 57.9, they didn't have wind range factors as of that time.

Re: Portsmouth DP-N [Re: Will_R] #281107
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Thanks. I was meaning the curved board 20.


Lee

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