Fair Winds is already down there and Scimitar is likely to join them late January. You can follow both journeys on this website. Serifa is also on her way to Hobart.
Let Martin Ryan email@example.com know if you will be in Hobart as there is an additional function planned.So far, we have 16 Victorian and NSW members attending, joining up with our Tasmanian members.We will provide updates in late January.
“CYAA and RYCV Race director have discussed the current BOM Forecast for strong wind strength conditions on Port Phillip for Saturday Nov 3.
The current BoM forecast for strong wind conditions for Saturday indicate the local forecats wind strength to moderate overnight . Based on the predicted westerly wind strength of 19 knots by BoM Met Eye for Hobsons Bay on Saturday 2018 Cup Regatta racing will proceed as scheduled. Briefing at 0845.
CYAA and RYCV Race Director will monitor BoM Port Phillip forecasts for any changes that will be adverse to Cup Regatta racing on Saturday.”
Cup Regatta Race 1 Entries and allocated handicaps. Handicaps for Races 2 to 4 will be based on the previous race Changed Handicap Calculation. Race 5 Group start time allocations will be based on the race 4 results. for a race of 90 minutes average fleet duration
Corrected time congratulations to Cyan, Manuka Rere and Ettrick. Frances took out line honours, An easterly shift to her local north wind sent Frances 10 degrees off the rhumb line and to the end wrong end of St. Kilda break water. Cost her the 5 minutes to make a podium finish. Most of the following fleet were knocked down from the Rhumb but nowhere as bad as Frances. Sometimes the fleet leaders don’t get the breaks. The smart money was on Ettrick and Avian who tacked early after the last rounding mark and pick off Snow Goose with the northerly shift. Martini almost laid the mark.
Manuka Rere is leading the series aggregate with Dingo up front in the consistency. Martini and Ettrick are dead heating in the Cup Regatta Tony Blake aggregate