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Does anyone know this new IMOCA? Who is the NA?


EDIT: If I understood the video right, "Nandor Fa" ist the sailor and the NA in one...
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Does anyone know this new IMOCA? Who is the NA?


EDIT: If I understood the video right, "Nandor Fa" ist the sailor and the NA in one...
Design: Nándor Fa & Attila Déry - Hungary

I will come to it when I will have time.

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Transat Jaques Vabre - Mini Transat

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Mare is closing to GDF (42nm), but Tales Santander is way faster than both leaders...
Yes I agree, while on the Open60 race few will think that Riou is going to recover those 20nm till the finish line on the 40class race things are much more interesting and open.

It is normal that the two that chase the leader will close now since he is entering the doldrums and that is what happening with Riechers at only 37 nm and Pella at 72nm. The next two days will be very decisive to this race.

Transat Jacques Vabre 2013

Regarding the Mini transat race I don't think that Pedote had made a good option with that detour: He was about 50nm ahead of the second now it is at 8nm and I din't see a big tatical advantage on his position regarding the one of Benoit Marie. Anyway, hot race

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YACHT tested the SF3600 for the new issue. Haven't read the test yet but on their website they claim that it is (of course) a blast downwind and that they were impressed by its upwind performance, too...

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YACHT tested the SF3600 for the new issue. Haven't read the test yet but on their website they claim that it is (of course) a blast downwind and that they were impressed by its upwind performance, too...
I hop they will post a nice movie

I have read the test sail of Voile and Voiliers and the say the same but where even more impressed with the upwind boat performance. Well we knew already before the boat hit the water that it was going to be a very fast boat but the real question here is: It will be faster than the JPK 10.80?

I guess we will only now on the next Transquadra.

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I have read the test sail of Voile and Voiliers and the say the same but where even more impressed with the upwind boat performance. Well we knew already before the boat hit the water that it was going to be a very fast boat but the real question here is: It will be faster than the JPK 10.80?

I guess we will only now on the next Transquadra.

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Obviously it'll be much cheaper and I guess the 1080 will have a way better interior...
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Transat Jaques Vabre - Mini Transat

The class 40 race is red hot. Time for strategical options at the entrance of the doldrums and the 1st, Rogues took a different option than the one taken by Riechers (2nd) and Pella (3rd). The one from Riechers and Pella looks better to me but I have already figured out that their weather information is a lot better than the one that they give to us so....let's see. Anyway super interesting.

Riechers is much closer to Rogues (29nm) and Pella closer to Riechers (30nm). Can it look better regarding a good fight for the victory?

Transat Jacques Vabre 2013


On the mini transat race we have also a super interesting situation with Pedote and Benoit Marie very close (10nm) entering a big area of very weak and unstable wind. The next two days will be probably decisively for the race and most of it as to do with the right tactical decisions.

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Obviously it'll be much cheaper and I guess the 1080 will have a way better interior...
Cheaper the Sunfast....but not much. Anyway if you are a racer with the price of top sails carbon mast and all, it will not be significant.

Not on the race version, I mean the interior. The real bonus of the JPK is that he would have two versions, a race and a cruising one.

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Cheaper the Sunfast....but not much. Anyway if you are a racer with the price of top sails carbon mast and all, it will not be significant.

Not on the race version, I mean the interior. The real bonus of the JPK is that he would have two versions, a race and a cruising one.

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Even the race version will have e.g. more wood, real wooden cupboards... Don't you think so?
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Even the race version will have e.g. more wood, real wooden cupboards... Don't you think so?
I will tell you when I see the boat

By the way two hours later and Riechers is at only 26nm from the 1st and Pella is at only 48nm. Pella the third is the fastest.

Great race and super race for the Spanish team that if had not lost time making a pit stop in Spain would be already leading the race. An amazing recovery: Go Pella go!!!

Robelz, I bet you will say the same...but for Riechers

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