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  • Engine Trouble End's ARGO's Transpac, Saturday Starters Get The Light Air Blues

    Sunday July 2nd 0800 overall tracker chart clearly demonstrates the have and have nots

    Greg Dorn's Dehler 46' Favonius currently is 1st in Line Honors

    Another Dehler 46', Ian Edwards Wings is enjoying a pull position in ORR

    Good Energy , George Hershman / Mark Comings RP 63' Leads DIV 1 as her and RIO 100' were able to avoid the parking lot and have separated themselves from the division

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  • Thursday Afternoon Updates SHTP

    Thursday Afternoon Updates SHTP

    Notes From Boats Day 4

    Christophe Desage (via inReach)
    End of D4 - ELMACH: Enfin du soleil ! Shorts, a bit of Gennaker, still catching-up on some sleep. Sea state much easier with .5 to 1m waves.


    Green Buffalo

    The wind swung aft at 5am early this morning... AWA went from 70-90 to 100-120 degrees... 14k-16k... spinnaker weather! Watched the wind direction oscillate a bit over a few hours while prepping for...
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  • Updates From SHTP June 28th

    Updates From SHTP June 28th

    UPDATES June 28th
    The fleet have all enjoyed decent breeze thus far and it looks to get even windier over the next few days.
    24 hour results leaders top 5:
    Suchfast with 187nm
    Elmach 182.5
    Perplexity 178.1
    Green Buffalo 177.5
    Jamani 176.7

    Incasaw and Hula are diving south hoping to tap into tradewinds and leverage the steady breeze and following seas 1st


    From Christophe...
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  • The Battle For Point Nemo

    The Battle For Point Nemo

    Close together, far from home

    The Ocean Race is still racing close together as they approach the most isolated place on the planet

    The four IMOCAs charging towards Cape Horn are approaching Point Nemo on Tuesday.

    Defined as the most isolated, remote place on earth, Point Nemo is a spot in south Pacific Ocean, 2,688 kilometres from the nearest land. In fact, the closest sign of civilisation is the International Space Station, orbiting
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  • The Southward Progress Continues

    The Southward Progress Continues

    Cat and mouse towards the doldrums
    It's a game of inches as the fleet works southwest towards the equator

    Lighter conditions don't mean easier conditions as the IMOCA fleet finds itself constantly shifting gears, making sail changes and gybing as the teams zig-zag southwest towards the equator and the doldrums.

    Every change in the breeze brings the potential for a sail change. Each move by the opposition brings a decision on whether to match or
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  • Maserati Roars Ahead During Day 3 Of RORC Transatlantic Race

    Maserati Roars Ahead During Day 3 Of RORC Transatlantic Race

    January 10, 2023

    “Those of the second night after the start were intense hours, with crazy winds and speeds,” reports Giovanni Soldini from aboard, “We touched peaks of 37 knots with waves of two to three metres. We are where we wanted to be, in control of our opponents, the road is long but we are not giving up.”

    At the last update of 16:00 UTC on 10 January, the fleet of three MOD70s had already
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  • 2022 OYRA Lightship

    2022 OYRA Lightship

    Sunny skies, a lumpy sea welcomed crews to the OYRA Season Opener, the dash out the Gate to the Lightship, er Entrance Buoy and back. Riding a 3 plus knot ebb out and mostly neutral tide back in, the fleet made quick work of the race course, with the 1st boat,
    David Schumann's Bottle Rocket finishing before 2:00 PM and the fleet mostly done by 3

    Andrew Hamilton's Donovan 30 Wolfpack enjoyed a decisive win in PHRO 2
    Crew:Stephen Kleha, Michele Sumpton, Pete Trachy,...
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