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- Mon Jul 27, 2015 10:59 am
- Forum: Europa Cup
- Topic: Europa Cup 2015 Travemunde
- Replies: 35
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This event was for me a revelation of what tracking technology can do. See http://tw2015.sapsailing.com/gwt/Home.html#/regatta/races/:eventId=82c5adb5-2dac-40fb-aa18-3b8057365e57®attaId=TW%202015%20Canoe%20IC. We need to learn more about some of the data capture - did Phil Robin really do 49.5 kn...
Key highlights from the advance press release for Travemunde Week 2015: Same ingredients as last year’s 125th jubilee event – top German sailing event, family-friendly, with laser, music and light shows, not to mention a kiddies’ club… 25 classes, 1,800 sailors from 30 countries. This time round, up...
Stocky, barrel-chested, with a fine head crowned with grey curls, Tony Miles had the looks of a Roman emperor. But, as Tony and Peter both observe, he was a most approachable, modest and helpful man; and, unlike Julius Caesar (as far as we know) a genius in wood and varnish. His Canoes were works of...
I inherited (thanks, Phil...) a fully Harken jammer set-up, which I gave up on because the sheet would not flow out freely enough, and changed to a Ronstan 55 block, no jammer. I suspect the combination of Harken jammer/ Ronstan block, with the centreing mechanism Rob describes, might be the ideal s...
I sailed with Ken Davis at Harwich Town SC (in fact my first Canoe was Shrimp, K116 from memory, which was Ken's previous boat, built short to reduce wetted surface for a Worlds which Ken anticipated would be a light air event). I agree this is not Tern (K133) as I knew her. As Rob points out, both ...
- Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:39 pm
- Forum: UK Forum
- Topic: Dinghy Exhibition, 1 - 2 March at Alexandra Palace
- Replies: 4
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Who's showing? Who's going? I live nearby and can offer support.
- Sun Jan 12, 2014 3:31 pm
- Forum: UK Forum
- Topic: What Canoes at your Club? - Further info not required.
- Replies: 5
- Views: 5310
Swanage: only 2005 (new Rules) IC.