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Bear-Away Spinnaker Sets By Dean Brenner







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Measurement at the 2019 Soling Europeans - CVT - G

Competing at the Europeans next June 26 to 29?
Here attached at this email the boat schedule Inspection to all those who have requested online the spot assignment.

From now on, this is no longer available, and CAN ONLY be done after showing up at the CVT registration Office .
Therefore, those who need and have not yet set their measurement spot, please do it right after arrival at the CVT at the registration desk.
Spots available only for JUNE 25 and really early on 26.

More instructions regarding the measurement procedure please read:
http://www.soling.com/europeans/2019/newscontent.asp?IdArticle=2343
BOAT MEASUREMENT SCHEDULE HERE

 

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2019 Worlds in La Baule, NOR released

Dear Sailors the Notice of Race of the 2019 Worlds in La Baule was released, soon an article about it.
check the one at:
Notice of Race

 

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2018 Meeting Minutes & accounts published

Dear ISA Members the 2018 Meeting Minutes are already published.
Also they are ready to download in pdf format from the class website at .
Next ISA meetings will be held at La Baule during the World Championship next September
Download 2018 Minutes

 

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Bear-Away Spinnaker Sets By Dean Brenner

written by Dean Brenner  on  January 11  of  2006 and read by 1234

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In a race where the course includes an offset mark after the weather mark, it s important to delay the spinnaker set until the boat is sailing on an angle that permits the chute to be flown with relative ease.

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Thanks to Dean and SailNet

Matias Collins

January  11 of 2006