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by JohnB
17 Jun 2018, 09:58
Forum: Events and Event Management
Topic: Distance of windward separation mark
Replies: 4
Views: 2137

Re: Distance of windward separation mark

Hello John
Thanks for your answer.
by JohnB
11 Jun 2018, 04:18
Forum: Events and Event Management
Topic: Distance of windward separation mark
Replies: 4
Views: 2137

Distance of windward separation mark

Is there a standard distance of the windward separation mark,e.g greater than the 4 boat lengths of both marks say 8.5 meters?

Similarly for the width of the leeward gate?
by JohnB
29 Jul 2005, 06:19
Forum: General IOM
Topic: Texalium Hulls
Replies: 2
Views: 2821

Thanks Lester

Can't find my hull, must get on to the CA.
by JohnB
28 Jul 2005, 22:30
Forum: General IOM
Topic: Texalium Hulls
Replies: 2
Views: 2821

Texalium Hulls

Where can I find the list of hulls?
by JohnB
13 Feb 2005, 22:19
Forum: General IOM
Topic: What shape should the rocker be?
Replies: 7
Views: 5288

Jamestj A bit of the question but in the 1970's Bob Miller (Sydney) now Ben Lexcan, designed a series of boats I think the range of one tonners where first (The One Ton Cup was held in Syney 1972) called Ceil III (won the 1973 Sydney Hobart overall) Followed by Ginkgo & Appollo II menbers of the aus...
by JohnB
01 Nov 2004, 21:37
Forum: General IOM
Topic: Whats the fastest way of doing a 360 deg penalty??
Replies: 1
Views: 2165

Whats the fastest way of doing a 360 deg penalty??

Going to windward is the gybe/tack faster than a tack/gybe. Ok someone is going say that if theres a boat to leeway the gybe/tack is out of the question, As if theres a boat to weather the tack/gybe is out. Downwind is the tack/gybe faster than a gybe/tack. I have found to windward the tack/gybe is ...
by JohnB
03 Mar 2004, 07:46
Forum: General IOM
Topic: IOM of choice
Replies: 12
Views: 5298

Roy
From down under.

Next weekend 13-14th Mar I will be in Wellington for the NZ Nats. I will will going to see the builder of the V5's as I have had my name down for since the mid of last year.

Will left you know how I got on.

In the meantime I will be sailing a Drumbeat.
by JohnB
22 Jan 2004, 21:13
Forum: Class Rules
Topic: Hull Corrector Weights
Replies: 64
Views: 48746

On the light side of things. :lol:
This there a weight changed between a fully charged batteries and dischanged battaries?????
by JohnB
27 Nov 2003, 20:54
Forum: General IOM
Topic: Arm Winch
Replies: 19
Views: 10977

Thanks Lester, that is a good explaination, but can that formula be used for the forces required for close haul sailing ?