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Devonport YC Single Handed Race [Hauraki Series Race #7]


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Posted 31 March 2014 - 09:55 PM

Devonport YC Single Handed
Saturday, 12 April 2014

This is also Race #7 of the Hauraki Singlehanded Series.

A good length course with something for everyone and a great way to wrap up the season.
Event details at http://www.dyc.org.n...ling/single.htm and NoR at http://www.dyc.org.n...ShortHanded.htm
Alternatively via the HSS page at http://richmondyc.or... ... ed-series/

BBQ at DYC from 1600 and prizegiving the Friday following.

See you there.

Thanks to New World Devonport for their support.
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Posted 11 April 2014 - 01:16 PM

Who's doing this tomorrow? Need some 88s to give HnH some competition.
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Posted 11 April 2014 - 01:54 PM

Probably not so likely with the 88 Nats on.
You entered CC? I've seen a number of entries go past today but not you so far. Let me know if you have.
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Posted 11 April 2014 - 02:14 PM

Yep
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#5 Kaihe Atamai

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Posted 12 April 2014 - 05:36 PM

Awesome race - thanks DYC!
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Posted 12 April 2014 - 08:33 PM

Awesome race - thanks DYC!

:clap: Thanks DYC, thank you Bryon for organising the HSS once again. Thank you tide for being our friend both going out and coming back - check out the tacking angles :)

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Posted 12 April 2014 - 08:57 PM

Thanks all for supporting and good to see some wind this year.
Results are under way, some late entries to figure out, but should be available soon.
Just a note about the prizegiving, I believe this has been put back from the published 18th as it's Easter weekend.
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Posted 12 April 2014 - 10:06 PM

Results as promised. Not formatted sorry but columns are:
Boat TCF Finish Elapsed Corrected Line HCP
Tack Hammer 0.705 13:26:50 4:26:50 3:08:07 6 1
Heaven 'n' Hell 0.765 13:09:27 4:09:27 3:10:50 2 2
Zilch 0.705 13:33:13 4:33:13 3:12:37 8 3
Bondi Tram 0.760 13:15:35 4:15:35 3:14:15 3 4
Revolution Blues 0.735 13:24:43 4:24:43 3:14:34 5 5
Corner Bar Cruiser0.677 13:48:09 4:48:09 3:15:05 9 6
Oracle 0.780 13:15:39 4:15:39 3:19:24 4 7
Cool Change 0.750 13:28:42 4:28:42 3:21:31 7 8
Sublime 1.020 12:37:15 3:37:15 3:41:36 1 9
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Posted 14 April 2014 - 08:57 PM

thansk RC... and devonport yc.... nice day for a sail....
the results show i was not man enough to put the big kite up off the start...the after north head when i got it up it was all too late...
very impressed how a y88 goes upwind with No.1 and full main ..flogging like a sheet in the wind and i still couldnt catch him..!! lost a bit too much ground when i changed down to No.2 behind motuihe...
and thanks bondi tram for luffing me 100m from the finish.. debatable being legal... as you went above head to wind..
never mind i shouldnt of been behind you in the first place hey..!
thanks for a great series and the tight competition. for my year of gently getting back into racing.
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Posted 14 April 2014 - 10:14 PM

very impressed how a y88 goes upwind with No.1 and full main ..flogging like a sheet in the wind and i still couldnt catch him..!! lost a bit too much ground when i changed down to No.2 behind motuihe....


#1 wasn't really the right sail for the job. I wanted to change down on the reach from motutapu to motuhie but The Ross 930 surfboard was running me down and overtook me. I saw you battling away bare headed & thought that's not worth putting my beer down for. Doing a single handed headsail change is a real b!tch and costs a lot of ground - 88's are only allowed hanks :thumbdown: so persevered with the 1. Saw 18 knots true, was a bit flappy but wasn't much slower than the #2, just had to flatten the main right off & crank the back stay. You had a nice come back on the bondi surfboard :)
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