Race Results 19th May 2019

Thanks for writing more clearly on the sheet this week. Can whoever records the times please record minutes and seconds. This week the times were recorded in minutes only. It wasn’t a problem this time but if the finish is fairly close we need the seconds to work out an accurate time when applying the handicaps. Thanks.

Recorded Time Time in Seconds Corrected Time
Crew Boat Handicap Laps Minutes Seconds Position
Race 1
Nick Phantom 1002 3 19 0 1140 1138 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 3 23 0 1380 1570 2
Dave & Steve Express 1135 2 39 0 2340 2062 3
Race 2
Nick Phantom 1002 3 19 0 1140 1138 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 3 20 0 1200 1365 2

Race Results 12th May 2019

Only two boats racing this Sunday.  The times recorded on the sheet are very feint so I hope I’ve got race two correct as it’s very difficult to read.

Recorded Time Time in Seconds Corrected Time
Crew Boat Handicap Laps Minutes Seconds Position
Race 1
Nick Phantom 1002 3 31 6 1866 1862 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 3 28 9 1689 1922 2
Race 2
Nick Phantom 1002 2 38 46 2326 2321 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 2 38 4 2284 2598 2

Race Results 28th April 2019

The sun was shining, the sky was blue and the weather forecast was perfect.  What more could the sailing club want?
Well, we would have liked to have been able to get the boats out of the dinghy park and onto the road to the slip.  But the road works at the side of the DP on the way to the port had left a large machine blocking the way and a lot of rubble, rocks and a sizeable new kerb between the gates and the access road.
The sailors were not to be deterred (after 3 non-sailing weeks due to very strong winds and rain).
 Ideas to take the boats up to the roundabout and back down the other side of the tunnel were mooted. Fences being removed were considered inevitable. The local police, the security company and the Guardia Civil were all phoned.  Finally a ramp was constructed from blocks and pallets and then the port chief arrived.  Was he impressed by the community spirit lugging, lifting and hauling the rescue boat and 3 dinghies across the  makeshift ramp?
Everybody who wanted to got out to sail and they all said that it had been worth it and they had enjoyed the racing especially the second race when the wind began to pick up.
2 new members enjoyed sailing with Jo on the Wayfarer

 

Recorded Time Time in Seconds Corrected Time
Crew Boat Handicap Laps Minutes Seconds Position
Race 1
Nick Phantom 1002 2 33 41 2021 2017 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 2 34 2 2042 2323 2
Jo & Crew Wayfarer 1102 2 43 14 2594 2354 3
Race 2
Nick Phantom 1002 2 21 59 1319 1316 1
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 2 21 5 1265 1439 2
Jo & Crew Wayfarer 1102 2 29 9 1749 1587 3

Race Results 17th March 2019

Recorded Time Time in Seconds Corrected Time
Crew Boat Handicap Laps Minutes Seconds Position
Race 1
Andy Laser 1099 4 30 12 1812 1649 1
Rodolfo & Phil Flying Dutchman 879 4 29 1 1741 1981 2
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 4 29 49 1789 2035 3
Dave Martin Mirror S/H 1380 *4 49 34 2974 2155 4
Race 2
Andy Laser 1099 3 21 32 1292 1176 1
Rodolfo & Phil Flying Dutchman 879 3 20 32 1232 1402 2
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 3 23 41 1421 1617 3
 

 

*Ave time calculated from 2 laps completed

Race Results 10th March 2019

Good wind conditions at the start of the first race enabled six boats to start. But as the southerly wind strengthened a number of crews chose to return to the safety of the harbour.  Congratulations go to Andy once again winning both races.

Recorded Time Time in Seconds Corrected Time
Crew Boat Handicap Laps Minutes Seconds Position
Race 1
Andy Laser 1098 3 21 16 1276 1162 1
Nick Phantom 999 3 20 18 1218 1219 2
Rodolfo & Phil Flying Dutchman 879 3 19 34 1174 1336 3
Peter & Luca Flying Dutchman 879 3 22 32 1352 1538 4
Jim & Lynne Wayfarer 8676 1102 1 DNF
Iris & Jo RS Vision 1128 2 DNF
Race 2
Andy Laser 1098 2 14 6 846 770 1
Nick Phantom 999 2 14 46 886 887 2