Went a bit conservative as I was going out last night. Lost too many places.
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Thread: Race Leg 1
06-11-11, 18:35 #31Registered User
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- Jan 2006
06-11-11, 18:56 #32
Welcome to YBW_Jaffa_Kree.
Is that you Javelin?
07-11-11, 07:00 #33
look out everyone, BrendanS is joining in ......I think, therefore I am. I am, therefore I sail.
07-11-11, 08:14 #34
He's not prefixed with YBW, so not in our league!! lol
07-11-11, 08:48 #35Registered User
Location : Surrey
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A question for those in the leading pack - which appear to be heading almost westerly out into the atlantic. Looks like all that is out there over the next few days is lightish winds in the middle, then stronger winds in the wrong direction further west. What is the plan?
btw, I (YBW_tmh900) started late, did well initially, now trying hard to get above #600.Formerly "C_Lion".
07-11-11, 08:52 #36
I see the lightish winds coming as almost central, so I think a big split coming up, stay out west or keep east!
What is everybody doing?
07-11-11, 10:20 #37
07-11-11, 10:48 #38
Last year I went out into the Atlantic. This year, I am sticking to the old clipper routes, and going down to the Canaries and then turning right, based on a quick look at the wind routing charts.
There was talk on the routing site for the Volvo boats of wind out west after 2 - 3 days, so it may be worth the gamble to head west.I think, therefore I am. I am, therefore I sail.
07-11-11, 11:56 #39
From my position west just isnt an option. Light winds for the next 96 hours means I reckon i can be south of the canaries by the time it picks up.
The leaders out could have made a west route work but not now.
I am slipping by the hour, now 150nm behind and loosing ground in light airsHalf a dinari for an old ex-boater
07-11-11, 12:45 #40