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I am confused. When I looked it up, there was a whole other ranking. The same Archie still has on its site with a dominant win for the A35: CHAMPIONNAT DE PRINTEMPS LA TRINITE SUR MER ( suite)
Puzzling. I don't understand the discrepancy. If you go to the following page, and select IRC-2 from Résultats généraux, you get a different scoring, with the SF3600 taking the overall:

4ème Challenge de Printemps 2014 : inscrits et classements

On the above page, the A35 scoring is as follows:

4-(11)-4-4-1-1-1-2-1-1 = 19 pts

For the SF3600, the scoring is:

2-2-1-1-2-2-2-1-2-(3) = 15 pts

But the scoring on the A35 blog page is clearly different. Only the TSM race committee can explain why they are different.

Regardless, the A35 is clearly a fast boat and the JPK is still getting up to speed. No idea who is sailing the MAT 1010, so I won't comment on whether the boat is capable of winning with its rating, which I recall someone saying is rather harsh.
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Take in consideration that the name is the same (4ème Challenge de Printemps) but there are 4 racing weekends (I think they are 4) so the results from each weekend are different.
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I happened across this boat when I recently visited the yard in Delaware where my boat is stored this winter. I kept walking by it and it definitely caught my eye even though my taste doesn't usually run to anything quite this modern looking, so I asked the marina owner about it. He said it was a custom build, designed with a kevlar sandwich hull designed to not be holed even if sailed into a reef at 6 knots. Who knows if it can actually do that but apparently it's a very ruggedly built hull and I found the listing on yachtworld to look at the pictures. I just bought a Tayana 47 and am happy with that so am not in the market for a boat, but if I was looking for a 50'-55' boat for long distance cruising, I'd want to take a really good look at this one. It's different, but I think interesting.

I tried to post a link but don't have enough posts to be allowed to do that yet so if you go on Yachtworld and look up an Atlantis 56' sloop in Delaware I'm sure you'll find it OK. What are your impressions?
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Take in consideration that the name is the same (4ème Challenge de Printemps) but there are 4 racing weekends (I think they are 4) so the results from each weekend are different.
Sure? I think it is just one weekend with 10 races.
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Sure? I think it is just one weekend with 10 races.
There are several "Challenge de Printemps" only the number changes (2th, 3th, 4th), one in each weekend.

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There are several "Challenge de Printemps" only the number changes (2th, 3th, 4th), one in each weekend.

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Maybe not cutting edge interesting, but certainly strange. A new type of twin rudder design?


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Maybe not cutting edge interesting, but certainly strange. A new type of twin rudder design?


I suppose it adds more drag, and much more steering force required in some conditions, in relation to what? stability? sea kindness?. I know nothing, thats why I suppose and ask.
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Wouldn't the windward fin act like an elevator when heeled and lift or dive the stern?
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Anasazi Girl, the Open 40 being sailed around the world by James Burwick and his family - including 3 children ages 1,3, and 5 has been dismasted near Cape Horn and was towed to Puerto Williams by a Chilean Navy ship.

Two crews dismasted near Cape Horn | Yachting World

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