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Flying Dutchman Bulletin Periodical of the International Flying Dutchman Class Editorial Office:

Contents

Elandsstraat 127-1 1016 RZ Amsterdam The Netherlands E-mailadress: fdbulletin@gmail.com

From the editors

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3 Editorial 4. Interview with Norman Rydge 6. Results 14 Report European Championships Croatia 16 Report Kiel Week 17 Report Spanish Championships 21 Report Austrian Championships 23 Report British Championships 29 Dr Gizmo complains / FD International Calendar 30 Report FD Skiing Championships 33 Obituaries 34 FD Shop 35 List of contact addresses

Dear FD sailors, It’s been a while ago, but here is another fine issue of the FDBulletin. What have we got for you this time: We reveived a lot of race-reports. Kieler Woche, Ski-Racing (incl. pics), Spanish NC , British NC, Austrian NC and ofcourse the report of EC in Croatia is not missing. Thank you all sailors for your contributions. And don’t forget to have a look at the calender for upcoming events. Needless to say that your comments, reports, pictures, letters or other stuff can be sent to: fdbulletin@gmail.com.

will arrive in good order and will be back in time for the start of the 2009 season. At last: you will receive an invitation (via your nat. secretary) for the WC2009 in Medemblik, Holland.We are already looking forward to meeting a lot of sailors and expect it to be a happy and succesfull event. The organising committee of RYC Hollandia is highly respected in the regatta world, so is he wonderful venue at the IJsselmeer: the International Regatta Centre Medemblik. The NFDCO is expecting it to be a unforgettable experience.

Dr. Gizmo sent in an article in which he gives us his thoughts on an interesting development in FD- saildesign, we wonder what this is all about!

We hope you will enjoy this issue of the FDBulletin and wish you safe, fast and happy sailing! Warm regards,

With the WC in New- Zealand coming up in January we wish all the compeditors all the best and good sailing. Most of the European boats are on their long journey to Napier, we hope they

Sjors Riemslag Casper Schaaf Louk Nelissen

Austrian Championship, – Achensee 15 / 17 August 2008 NED-5 and AUT-382 after rounding the top mark

Colofon Issue: Year 56, nr. 155. Alberto Barenghi, Norman Rydge, Kai Schäfers, Robin Matulja, Julian Bridges, Javier Higuera, Heinz Waerder, Dr. Gizmo, Fred Schaaf (cover).

Layout and printing Sportservice Noord-Holland B.V. Advertisements BM Sails, North Sails, CST Composites, TEB Sail, Yachtservice Bogumil, Harken Sailing Wear

Editors Sjors Riemslag, Casper Schaaf, Louk Nelissen Editing office Elandsstraat 127 1, 1016 RZ Amsterdam

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Interview with Norman Rydge - Rabac, 7 June 2008 Around five years ago a new Australian FD team started sailing in some of the European and World Championships. It was the AUS-37, crewed by Norman Rydge and Richard Scarr.Always a steady candidate for the top places, this year again team Rydge/Scarr did well, reaching a third place in Croatia. We decided to see where this successful helmsman Norman Rydge came from and what he had to say about the Flying Dutchman. (by Casper Schaaf) Norman, what does your pre-FD sailing career look like? I guess I started sailing when our family moved to an area in Sidney harbor, very close to a boatyard. I was I think about six or seven years old and the men who were working as shipwrights in the boatyard built me a little boat and I just started sailing that boat around the bay. I can remember I used to make the sails from our bed sheets and my mother wasn’t very happy about that. I can imagine. Yeah, it was very informal, just playing. Some of the other children that lived around the bay that we were in had little boats too and we used to swap boats and just play around with those things. I lived in that house until I was about twelve years old and I always wanted to sail a boat that was only sailed at a small sailing club in that area, called a Northbridge Junior, very much like a hard scale Scow/Moth. But for some reason my father wasn’t too keen that I should get into organized racing, although we were just playing with boats. Anyway, when I was about thirteen we moved to another part of Sidney, closer to the surf beaches. I didn’t do much sailing there, but got involved with surfing.

Wind surfing? No, just wave surfing. I wasn’t very keen on wind surfing until I was about seventeen. After that we started to get involved in wind surfing as well. Anyway, I can remember from this period a friend of mine bought a Laser. That was when the Laser was getting popular. There were lots of those in Sidney. And I remember going out with this Laser and thinking to myself, this is a really badly designed boat; you can’t keep your bottom out of the water. But anyway, we got involved in Laser racing and I started sailing my Laser, just like when I was a little kid, around the little bay where we lived. Generally beating other Laser I’d come across I thought I could go to the State Championship for Laser. I went there and had absolutely no idea why I was coming last. Well, you know, I’m now nineteen; hadn’t sailed since I was twelve years old and didn’t know competitive sailing as a teenager, just surfing. I thought I’d remember how to sail boats and I was always, every race, coming last. I had no idea why boats had compasses on them. Anyway, that was my first racing experience in sailboats. So you immediately started with these big races, or you had some club races? Well, until I got there I thought I was pretty good. But when I came last in that State Championship I realized there was more to it. I then did about ten years of sailing Lasers, gradually getting better, to a stage where I came overseas and sailed Lasers at Kiel Week. Got third in Kiel Week I think, one year. To see things in perspective, what age are you now? I’ll be fifty this year. I think I was at Kiel at about twenty three years old; I did one big European trip in Lasers. Generally got in the first four or five in most of the big regattas: the British Nationals and

so on. Anyway, when I came back I got involved in sailing 505 and I sailed those for many years. From the Eighties onwards? Yeah, from the mid-eighties actually. I think it was about 1986. Because I sailed a Taser championship in Sidney harbor in 1985. A Taser? Never heard of that. It’s a two-men boat, Sidney design. They had what’s still the biggest regatta in Sidney harbor with 238 boats. It’s a world wide class? No, it’s not. Mainly in North America and Australia. That’s why I’ve never heard of it, probably. It’s not in Europe? No, other than England it’s not very popular there. Anyway, every Laser sailor in Sidney had a Taser. So we won that regatta and graduated to the 505, which was the best dinghy going around in Sidney at the time. And then I started sailing FD’s because of a good friend of mine, Doug Harris, who people who’ve been in the FD class for some time will know. He was the man who made the Goldspar mast. He’s a very good friend of mine and he had an FD. Once a year I’d jump in the Flying Dutchman with Doug, because he owned the boat but liked to crew it. I’d skipper the boat for Doug and we generally came in second in the National championships, behind Ian McCrossin, who is another name people associated with the class will know. When was the first time you were in an FD? Well, the first big regatta that I can remember was an international regatta that we did in New Zealand, at a place called Taranga. I don’t remember the year, but the class was then Olympic I remember: the competition was very stiff. Ian McCrossin might have been about the best amateur at that time and he would get in the twenties or thirties in this fleet. It was quite an eye opener to go there. Of course, we didn’t do very well at all. That was the first time I sailed Flying Dutchman. But my main pursuit around that time was the 505. It wasn’t until maybe five or six years ago Dough decided that we needed a new boat – we were always sailing his old boat, it was a bit of a tractor. He loved the boat, but it was very rudimentary; it didn’t work very well and we didn’t maintain it very well. What brand of boat was it? It was a home-built one. So, Doug decided that we should build a new boat. We had some molds by a boat builder called Hasselgrove. Our boat was the last one that he built, because Doug basically sent this man mad during the construction. Dough designed the construction of the boat and I think it’s a very good boat; we still have it. It’s

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the boat we use when the Mader is in a container somewhere. It’s certainly a very strong boat, but completely different to the Mader. Which is the quicker boat, I don’t really know. Richard and I prefer to sail the Mader, because everything works. However, we built this boat I’d say in the last few years before the World Championships in Melbourne – maybe two years before that - but just after building it Doug had a bit of a health problem. He had to have a heart operation.And that’s when I rang Richard and asked if he would like to sail with me, because Doug physically wasn’t able to sail. That was 2002, 2003? Melbourne was 2003. Yeah, it would have been the year before that I think, because I think the intention was to build this boat to sail in that regatta. Richard and I sailed that boat in Europe one year before that championship. That was when the European Championship where at Lake Como. Yes, that was in 2003. Yeah, that was when we constructed that boat. And ever since Richard and I have been sailing FD together. I suppose we keep sailing FD because we think it’s the queen of dinghy classes. You like the FD better than the 505? I do. I like the 505 as well. It’s a fantastic boat on a reach in fifteen knots in waves.The 505 is a very good sea boat, just like the Flying Dutchman. However, of the two I think the Flying Dutchman now is my choice. FD’s are much nicer to sail in lighter breezes; they act like a little keel yacht, where a 505 is a bit too bobby. And I think what’s important for – let’s say this regatta – they have a lot more room to relax when there’s no wind. Between races you can relax more in a Flying Dutchman than you can in a 505.Seriously though, one of the things that interest us in the FD class is the continual development. Having spent many years in Lasers, my approach to the 505 was – as most Laser sailors generally know – that you can use

equal equipment and have big differences in speed. So, if you spend many years in Lasers you don’t tend to be equipment focused. You tend to believe that the game has to be made by positioning on the course and just how you use the equipment. So, in 505’s I was never very interested in developing equipment. I’d just buy whatever everyone was using and go and try to practice with it and get better used to the equipment. One of the things I’m enjoying in the FD at the moment is learning more about masts and sails and how they might be improved. One of the reasons we’re here at this regatta is we were hoping to trial a new mast and sail combination. You have the CST mast now? Yes, we’re using the CST mast from Australia and Ullman sails. The reason we’re using these is, they’re not necessarily better than anything you can buy in Europe, but we have control over the way they’re constructed. You know, we tell CST what we want in the mast and they can build it. It feels better that you’re in control of your own stuff. That’s one of the things now that’s interesting more in sailing. I think sailing is a marvelous sport, because it comes to such a range of interests. One, it’s a lovely thing to do, just to get out on the water. But there’s also the tactics. Some people are more interested in the technical side of sailing, some people in the development of speed, with the rigs and spars. And of course you have the physical element. I can remember the first time I was sailing dinghies: I never thought you’d have to be fit to sail one of those. But there’s even a physical side now to sailing. You asked me my age before – fifty – you know, I’m starting to have to try to stay fit, for windy regattas. Luckily, that wasn’t tested here.

Yes and no. Result wise it’s pleasing. Quite frankly I don’t think a lot has changed in the pecking order here in Europe.The Bojsen-Mollers are still obviously the best, and Szabolcs and Andras. I’d say the faster boats are going faster than they were the last time we saw them – say, in Lake Balaton or St Petersburg – and I think there’s been a small increase in fleets. So, in this regatta, a third place is nice, but it feels as though somebody came out and dealt some cards and gave you a place. It’s been a difficult regatta for the race committee. I think they did a really good job; as good a job as they could do.The weather has conspired against them. But, even though the breeze has been wildly swinging, the better teams seem to get in front. Maybe the minor places could change. There’s one point between second, third, fourth and fifth: that’s a bit of a lottery. I couldn’t go home saying we’re definitely third in this boat, because with Borowski (4th) and Bogumil (5th) you could easily change positions.Anyway, if you have a look at the results, they’re pretty indicative of who’s sailing FD better than other people at the moment. And how are things in Australia, leading up to the Worlds in New Zealand? The situation in Australia is, FD-wise, I think a bit like Europe.The fleet is slowly graying. It’s a challenge to get people involved in dinghy sailing, especially young people. Anyway, there’s a small dedicated group of people who sail FD’s in Sidney, about ten boats. And, having come here and seen the rest of the fleet, I’d say the Sidney fleet is basically on the pace. There’s two or three boats in Sidney who are as quick as we are and Ian McCrossin has come back on speed recently. As for the Worlds in Napier, I think there will be about 10 Australian boats making the trip. Hopefully we can fill two containers. So we’ll see what we are worth out there next January.

No, this had a different testing element to it. But you did well here in Croatia, you’re third overall. I guess it’s pleasing, result wise?

Bojsen-Møller Sails Winner of the last 9 World Championships ! Mesterlodden 3 DK- 2820 Gentofte Tel.: +45-39663322 Mobile: +45-23443707 email:jacob@bmsails.dk www.bmsails.dk

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Gandia - Spain, March 8/9 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Francisco Martinez 2 Alvaro Echevierra 3 Gines Romero 4 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero 5 Jorge Comin 6 Juan Montoya Martinez 7 Juan Luis Freniche 8 Roberto Sevila

Crew Vicente Guijarro Alvaro Garcimartin Alvaro Moreno Javier Higuera Arguelles Javier Cayuela Francisco Martinez Daniel Rodriguez J. Antonio Rivera

sail nr. ESP 81 ESP 8 ESP 6 ESP 9 ESP 7 ESP 85 ESP 87 ESP 61

R1 [3] 1 [4] 2 [6] 5 8 7

R2 R3 R4 R5 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 [4] 4 2 3 3 5 [6] 5 2 3 5 4 5 7 4 [DNS] DNS 6[DNS] 6 7 8[DNS] 7 6

CRO-51 Tin Matulja en Robin Matulja

Total 6 6 12 14 17 25 27 28

DEN-21 Jorgen & Jacob Bojsen-Moller

Easter Criterium Marina di Carrara - Italy, March 20/22 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Francesco Vespasiani 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Nicola Vespasiani 4 Spartaco Francesconi 5 Nicola de Castro 6 Pierluigi Feltri 7 Christoph Aichholzer 8 Alberto Patrone 9 Christian Sch채fer 10 Prosperi 11 Fabio Paoli 12 Alberto Barenghi 13 Nicola Binelli 13 Antonio Colonna 13 Kurt Prenzler

Crew Michael Lisken

Philipp Zingerle

Heinz Bollweg

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 ITA 45 1 1 4 GER 199 3 2 1 ITA 4 2 4 5 ITA 109 4 8 6 ITA 9 6 5 7 ITA 69 10 6 3 AUT 382 12 10 2 ITA 22 7 3 DNS GER 68 11 7 8 ITA 221 5 11 DNS ITA 36 8 9 DNS ITA 7 9 DNF DNS ITA 30 DNF DNS DNS ITA 19 DNF DNC DNS GER 66 DNF DNC DNS

Total 6 6 11 20 18 19 24 24 26 30 31 37 42 42 42

Easteregg - Loosdrecht - The Netherlands, March 22/24 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Bas van der Pol 4 Fred Schaaf 5 Sjors Riemslag 6 Thijs Rutten 7 Hugo Maarleveld 8 Paul de Schipper 9 Albert van Vianen 10 Toos Zandstra 11 Wouter Molenaar

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Crew Ard Geelkerken Niels Kamphuis Marc van der Pol Casper Schaaf Klaas van der Spek Theo Rutten Pieter Zandstra Cor Huisman Bas Wulffers Durk Zandstra Frans Dagelet

sail nr. NED 26 NED 25 NED 32 NED 5 NED 334 NED 348 NED 86 NED 9 NED15 NED 341 NED 2

R1 1 2 14 4 5 3 8 6 14 7 14

R2 1 4 5 2 3 14 6 8 7 9 10

R3 2 3 1 4 10 6 5 14 8 9 7

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FD Cup - Duisburg - Germany, March 29/30 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Fred Schaaf 2 Martin Krumhaar 3 Thijs Rutten 4 Edwin Neue 5 Bjorn Althuis 6 Gordon Fischer 7 Joachim Setzephant 8 Tobias Stupert 9 Jurgen Groelle 10 Mark Burhaus 11 Jupp Kampschulte

Crew Klaas van der Spek Kai Schaeffers Theo Rutten Sebastian Jack Matthias Kruckenbaum Peter Baxman Thomas Grote Tobias Bertram Caroline Rudorf Hanner Heeg Helge Lehner

sail nr. NED-5 GER-123 NED-348 GER-41 GER-99 GER-1976 GER-153 GER-46 GER-92 NED-122 GER-163

R1 R2 R3 1 1 1 2 6 2 5 2 3 3 5 4 4 4 5 6 3 6 8 8 7 9 7 8 7 10 dnf dnf 9 9 dnf dns dns

Total 3 10 10 12 13 15 15 24 31 32 42

Konstanzer Auftakt - Germany, April 5/6 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Helmut Löther 2 Christoph Aichholzer 3 Shmuel Markhoff 4 Karsten Keil 5 Alberto Barenghi 6 Christian von Mulert 7 Tobias Frank 8 Sebastian Reischl

Vorschoter sail nr. Michael Klawitter GER 91 Philipp Zingerle AUT 382 Mircea Carp GER 98 Frank Descher GER 16 Christoph Zingerle ITA 7 Moritz von Waldthausen GER 130 Simone Frank GER 86 GER 1657

R1 1 4 2 3 [7] 6 5 [8]

R2 R3 1 1 3[OCS] [4] 3 [5] 4 2 6 [7] 2 [6] 5 8 7

R4 [2] 1 4 3 6 7 5 8

Total 3 8 9 10 14 15 15 23

Trapezeregatta Steinhude - Germany, April 12/13 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Möller 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Martin Krings 4 Jörn Borowski 5 Bas van der Pol 6 Kilian L. König 7 Jörg Witte 8 Kai Schäfers 9 Ralph Jambor 10 Jürgen Groß 11 Fred Schaaf 12 Hans-Albert König 13 Shmuel Markhoff 14 Joachim Setzepfandt 15 Sjors Riemslag 16 Björn Althaus 17 Jörg Herrmann 18 Klaus Gaede 19 Elisa König 20 Thijs Rutten 21 Klaas Tilstra 22 Edwin Neue 23 Ulrich W. Schäfers 24 Mike Langefeld 25 Ernst Greten 26 Christian Schäfer 27 Gordon Fischer 28 Hartmut Wesemüller 29 Tony Lyall 30 Toos Zandstra 31 Kurt Prenzler 32 Tobias Stüppardt 33 Jürgen Grölle 34 Andreas Happich 35 Felix Holz 36 Michael Haupt 37 Markus Fleischer

Crew Jacob Bojsen-Möller Michael Lisken Joachim Brodda Andreas Berlin Marc van der Pol Johannes Brack Stefan Mädicke Martin Romberg Jens Schreiber Philipp Schay Casper Schaaf Tom Greten Mircea Carp Ulrich Kelm Klaas van der Speek Lutz Althaus Oliver Hyzyk Aeisso Kern Christian Ochs Theo Rutten Paul van der Pol Henner Heeg Michael Happich Peter Wilbert Detlev Krüger Fabian Schweigel Peter Baxmann Jürgen Hobein Colin Burns Durk Zandstra Heinz Bollweg Gerhard Stüppardt Caroline Rudorff Sven Dömges Sven La Graauw Wolfgang Höft Axel Busch

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 DEN 21 [BFD] 1 1 GER 199 6 2 [7] GER 52 2 4 5 GER 202 4 3 [9] NED 32 1 5 2 GER 113 [10] 7 3 GER 210 3 8 4 NED 11 5 6 10 GER 135 8 9 [15] GER 74 7 10 [13] NED 5 [18] 11R 6 GER 13 9 [19] 8 GER 98 11 12 [18] GER 153 12 13 11 NED 334 [19] 11 12 GER 99 14 14 [23] GER 219 20 17 [24] GER 151 [26] 21 16 GER 133 [21] 16 21 NED 348 15 18 14 NED 4 13[DSQ]RAF GER 41 17[DNF] 27 GER 111 16 23 25 GER 1924[BFD] 15 17 GER 12 [DNC]DNF 20 GER 68 25 26 19 GER 1976 22 24 31 GER 1777 33[DNF] 22 GBR 386 29 22 26 NED 341 24 20[DNF] GER 66 32 25[DNC] GER 46 27 29[DNC] GER 92 23[DNC] 29 GER 1808[BFD] 28 28 GER 235 30 27[DNF] GER 182 28[DNF] 30 GER 48 31[DNF]DNC

R4 R5 2 1 1 2 3 [19] 5 3 8 [14] 6 4 [12] 8 9 [13] 7 6 11 5 4 17 16 12 13 11 15 [29] 19 16 14 18 17 10 21 7 20 9 [32] 24 10 21 22 22 [28] 25 26DNC 23 15 [33] 27 [36] 20 18 26 25 [32] 27 35 24 28 31 23 30 34 29 31 34 33 37DNC 35 30

Total 5 11 14 15 16 20 23 30 30 33 38 45 47 51 58 60 64 65 66 71 81 88 89 95 95 97 97 99 102 106 109 110 116 116 124 133 133

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Westeinder - Aalsmeer - The Netherlands, April 19/20 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Harold Wijgers 2 Fred Schaaf 3 Thijs Rutten 4 Frank Nooijen 5 Erika Geelkerken 6 Hugo Maarleveld 7 Sjors Riemslag 8 T. Huisman 9 Clovis Buijs 10 Toos Zandstra 11 Chris van Veen

Crew sail nr. Niels Kamphuis NED-25 Casper Schaaf NED-5 Theo Rutten NED-348 R. Huijsmans NED-327 Harold Berning NED-122 Pieter Zandstra NED-340 Klaas van der Spek NED-334 Louk Nelissen NED-311 Marleen van Ballegooijen NED-315 Durk Zandstra NED-341 P.C. van Veen NED-69

R1 1 dns 2 5 4 3 dnf ocs dnf 6 dns

GER-92 Jo ̈rgen Grölle & Caroline Rudorf

R2 1 3 2 4 5 dnf dns 6 dns dnf dns

R3 1 2 4 5 dns dns 3 dnf dns dns dns

R4 2 1 3 4 5 8 6 10 7 11 9

R5 3 1 9 2 6 4 5 7 8 11 10

R6 1 2 6 5 4 3 7 10 9 11 8

Total 6 9 17 20 24 31 34 46 50 52 53

GER-113 Kilian König & Johannes Brack

Alto Adriatico Trophy - Italy, April 19/20 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Francesco Vespasiani 2 Nicola Vespasiani 3 Spartaco Francesconi 4 Alberto Patrone 5 Alberto Barenghi 6 Leopoldo Biasi 7 Nicola de Castro 8 Carlo Brunelli 9 Francesco Ravasini 10 Maurizio Tonzani 11 Fulvio Colletti 12 Guiseppe Prosperi 13 Luigi Silvestrini 14 Igor Sebastiani 15 Enzo Motta 16 Gianluca Vignacia 17 Antonio Colonna

Crew Francesco Gerunzi Carlo Carincola Franco Tognocchi Giovanni Bavelloni Roberto Benedetti Francesco Biasi Paolo Bosca Luciano Mercanti Giovanni Borrini Lapo Vannucci Corrado Cattabriga Luigi Lazzari Agli Francesco Ciuccarelli Luca Maranghi Paolo Fergnani Allessandra Coloccini Danilo Gabrielli

sail nr. ITA 45 ITA 4 ITA 109 ITA 22 ITA 7 ITA 8 ITA 9 ITA 1 ITA 6 ITA 85 ITA 91 ITA 221 ITA 50 ITA 83 ITA 23 ITA 99 ITA 19

R1 R2 R3 1 2 1 2 3 [4] 4 4 3 [DNS] 7 2 [DNS] 1 6 3 5 5 [DNS] 6 7 [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DSQ 8 [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS [DNS]DNS DNS

R4 [4] 2 [7] 3 5 [14] 9 1 6 13 12 10 11 8 15 16 17

R5 1 3 4 6 7 8 5 2 9 13 10 12 11 15 14 16 17

Total 5 10 15 18 19 21 27 39 51 52 58 58 58 59 65 68 70

Eder-Möhne-Cup Edersee - Germany, April 26/27 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Kilian L. König 3 Hans-Albert König 4 Edwin Neue 5 Thorsten Wenten 6 Andreas Happich 7 Björn Althaus 8 Ulrich W. Schäfers 9 Nana Busch 10 Jürgen Grölle 11 Klaus Böcker

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Crew Alexander Gary Lars Zacke Frieder Kleine Harald Berning Stephan Handick Jens Meißner Lutz Althaus Michael Happich Christoph Busch Caroline Rudorff Uwe Künast

sail nr. R1 R2 NED 11 1 1 GER 113 2 2 GER 13 7 3 GER 41 6 5 GER 173 5 7 GER 1808 4 9 GER 99 3DSQ GER 111 10 6 GER 133 8 10 GER 92 9DSQ GER 1457 DNF 11

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GER-113 Kilian König & Johannes Brack

Sandlerregatta - Eixendorf - Germany, April 26/27 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Michael Dorrer 2 Andreas Linke 3 Stefan Röttcher 4 Kurt Müller 5 Markus Pöllath 6 Leo Linke 7 Bernhard Schmits 8 Andreas Zilker 9 Andi Gruber 10 Helge Lehner 11 Karl-Heinz Schulz 12 Petra Lehner 13 Leonhard Lieret

Crew K. Dorrer Klaus Amann Michael Barth Josef Seebauer Tommy Danninger Guntram Bucher Michael Schmits Joachim Liebl Jacob Danninger Claudia Lehner Florian Schulz Barbara Brüttung Gernot Herbolzheimer

sail nr. GER 45 GER 54 GER 2071 GER 103 GER 56 GER 55 GER 72 GER 77 GER 57 GER 96 GER 1822 GER 124 GER 1742

R1 R2 R3 1 1 1 2 6 3 7 2 4 5 5 5 11 3 2 4 8 6 6 4 10 8 9 7 3 10 DNF 9 7 DNF 10 13 8 12 11 9 15 12 11

Total 3 11 13 15 16 18 20 24 27 30 31 32 38

Silberreiher - Austria, May 3/4 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Szabolcs Majthenyi 2 Gerhard Ulrich 3 Gabor Gaborjani 4 Andras Suli 5 Manfred Zeissl 6 Helmut Böhm 7 Christoph Holzinger 8 Fred Zorn 9 Werner Rosinak 10 Martin Dominikus 11 Walter Moser 12 Heinz Waerder

Crew Andras Domokos Andreas Ittner Bela Argay David Papp Stefan Buchleitner Günther Böhm Stefan Schmitz Erich Schober Philip Rosinak Thomas Kainz Wolfgang Sitzwohl Rainer Kornfeld

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 HUN 70 [1] 1 1 AUT 15 2 [3] 3 HUN 11 [5] 2 3 HUN 13 [7] 5 5 AUT 4 4 [7] 4 AUT 8 3 4 [7] AUT 20 [8] 6 6 AUT 5 6 8 11 AUT 6 9[DNF] 8 AUT 23 10 9 [12] AUT 11 [DNF] 10 10 AUT 9 [DNF]DNS 9

R4 1 2 5 2 4 6 7 dnf 9 8 11 10

Total 3 7 10 12 12 13 19 25 26 27 31 32

FD-cup - Ammersee - Germany, May 3/5 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Jörn Borowski 3 Hans-Peter Schwarz 4 Shmuel Markhoff 5 Helmut Löther 6 Kai Uwe Lüdtke 7 Walter Volkmann 8 Stefan Beichl 9 Hans-Albert König 10 Silvia Aichholzer 11 Jürgen Groß 12 Wolfgang Dietrich 13 Kurt Müller 14 Christoph Aichholzer

Crew Ard Geelkerken Andreas Berlin Roland Kirst Mircea Carp Michael Klawitter Kai Schäfers Alexander Krohmer Thomas Mayer Tom Greten Christoph Zingerle Philipp Schay Svend Vieweg Ralph Aicher Philipp Zingerle

sail nr. NED 26 GER 202 GER 87 GER 98 GER 91 GER 206 GER 42 GER 187 GER 13 AUT 39 GER 74 GER 224 GER 103 AUT 382

R1 R2 R3 2 8 1 1 3 2 6 [13] 3 5 2 5 4 5 6 7 9 7 9[DNF] 17 3 1 8 19 6 [24] [26] 17 4 14[DNF] 20 18 16 [27] 12 10 12 10 15 14

R4 2 [21] 7 [6] [13] [11] 3 [31] 1 20 9 12 [22] [18]

R5 -13 8 1 6 5 2 3 23 20 10 9 7 19 16

Total 13 14 17 18 20 25 32 35 46 51 52 53 53 55

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Bernd Schreiber Tobias Frank Georg Vogler Ralph Jambor Rolf Albert Christian Zbil Ulrich W. Schäfers Alexander Schmid-Siegl Bernhard Keller Andreas Kunze Hubert Waibel Ernst-Hermann Pilgram Kurt Prenzler Paul Hofmann Jörg Sänger Thomas Loewen Alberto Barenghi Jochen Spaan John Berry Tony Lyall Felix Holz Heinrich Wiggenhauser Simon Hirscher Hans Gietl

Detlef Schmidt Simone Frank Florian Abele Jens Schreiber Lutz Albert Paul Bichler Michael Happich Wolfgang Skoda Bernd Fischer Josef Seebauer Bernhard Wiedemann Jan Pilgram Heinz Bollweg Stefan Pichlmüller Claus Fieger Thomas Thallmair Ralf Vogel Thomas Voigt Jamie Whitaker Colin Burns Norbert Weidlich Wolfgang Menz Philipp Kyewski Franz-Josef Schild

GER 40 GER 86 AUT 1 GER 135 GER 213 GER 75 GER 111 AUT 40 GER 61 GER 51 GER 161 GER 10 GER 66 AUT 16 GER 34 GER 2024 ITA 7 GER 79 GBR 384 GBR 386 GER 235 GER 2031 GER 1911 GER 47

17 [24] 9 15 4 [26] 21 19 19 23 7 22 8[DNF] 10 22 12 16 20 20 11 27 14 15 16 11 25 11[DNF] dnf [34] 18 33 28 27 13 13 31 18 [38] 23 28 32 [33] 30 25 21 21 24 25 [34] 29 26 29 30 29 [31] 35 22 32 [37] 32 23 33 30 [35] [36] 28 36 31[DNF] dnf

HUN-70 Szabolc Majthenyi & Andras Domokos

16 14 15 25 5[DNF] [25] 12 19 27 [32] 17 17[DNF] 14[DNF] [35] 26 23 4 10 18 [30] 11 [33] 24 8 28 4 22 [27] 21 26 15 24 [31] 29 29 [37] 30 36 32 28 34 34 33 dnf dnf

56 59 64 64 64 67 68 70 78 77 79 79 86 87 88 88 90 108 117 119 123 125 131 148

NED-5 Fred & Casper Schaaf

North Sea Regatta - Scheveningen - The Netherlands, May 9/12 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Bas van der Pol 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Enno Kramer 4 Albert van Vianen 5 Klaas Tilstra 6 Fred Schaaf 7 Erika Geelkerken 8 Frank Nooijen 9 Clovis Buijs 10 Thijs Rutten 11 Johan van Werkhoven 12 Chris van Veen

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Crew sail nr. Marc van der Pol NED-32 Niels Kamphuis NED-25 Ard Geelkerken NED-26 Bas Wulffers NED-15 Paul van der Pol NED-4 Casper Schaaf NED-5 Harold Berning GER-122 R. Huijsmans NED-327 Marleen van Ballegooijen NED-315 Theo Rutten NED-348 Carlo Brugman NED-304 Peter van Veen NED-69

R1 R2 2 4 1 3 4 1 3 6 6 5 5 2 dns 7 8 9 9 10 dns dns 10 8 7 dns

R3 2 3 4 1 8 6 10 5 7 11 12 9

R4 1 4 2 dns 5 3 8 7 11 6 10 9

R5 R6 1 1 4 2 3 3 5 6 2 7 7 4 6 5 8 10 10 9 11 8 12 11 9 dns

R7 3 1 4 2 5 7 8 6 9 10 11 dns

R8 2 1 5 4 3 7 6 10 9 8 dns dns

Total 12 15 21 27 33 34 50 53 63 69 74 79


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Pfingstwettfahrten - Steinhude - Germany, May 10/11 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Martin Krings 2 Kai Schäfers 3 Kurt Prenzler 4 Hans-Albert König 5 Gordon Fischer 6 Edwin Neue 7 Hartmut Wesemüller 8 Michael Haupt 9 Markus Fleischer 10 Felix Holz 11 Wolf Werner Januschek 12 Martin Krumhaar 13 Jürgen Grölle 14 Horst Schäfer 15 Ernst Greten

Crew Joachim Brodda Caroline Rudorff Heinz Bollweg Tom Greten Peter Baxmann Marco Steinem Holger Wesemüller Wolfgang Höft Axel Busch Sven La Graauw Jürgen Schwarz Markus Landgrebe Henning Schmalenbach Ralf Pietsch Detlev Krüger

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 GER 52 1 [4] 2 NED 11 [BFD] 1 1 GER 66 4 [8] 4 GER 13 [9] 3 3 GER 1976 2 2 7 GER 41 3 5[DNC] GER 1777 7 7 5 GER 182 5 9 6 GER 48 11 [13] 8 GER 235 [DNF] 11 9 GER 190 6 10[DNC] GER 123 [DNF] 6 DNF GER 92 10 12 10 GER 136 8 14[DNC] GER 12 [DNC]DNC DNC

R4 1 5 2 4 [9] 6 [10] [12] 3 7 13 8 [14] 15 11

Total 4 7 10 10 11 14 19 20 22 27 29 30 32 37 43

NED-11 Kai Schäfers & Peter van Koppen

FD-Cup - Staffelsee - Germany, May 10/11 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Stefan Beichl 2 Christoph Aichholzer 3 Kurt Müller 4 Jürgen Groß 5 Hubert Waibel 6 Silvia Aichholzer 7 Piotr Tyszkiewicz 8 Bernd Zimmer 9 Walter Volkmann 10 Simon Hirscher 11 Ralf Vogel 12 Peter Stanner 13 Ioannis Remoundos 14 Christian Baur 15 Arno Mehl

Crew Thomas Mayer Philipp Zingerle Ralph Aicher Philipp Schay Bernhard Wiedemann Christoph Zingerle Jacek Tyszkiewicz Leopold Hüllmantel Alexander Krohmer Philipp Kyewski Heike Wild Michael Jung Franz-Josef Schild Thomas Dill Isabel Burchard

sail nr. R1 R2 GER 187 [4] 2 AUT 382 [5] 1 GER 103 2 3 GER 74 [6] 4 GER 161 1 [7] AUT 39 [9] 5 POL 7 3 [9] GER 1939 7 [8] GER 42 8 6 GER 1911 10 10 GER 178 [12] 12 GER 21 11 11 GER 1902 13 [14] GER 201 [14] 13 GER 1612[DNC] 15

R3 1 2 [6] 3 7 4 8 5 [9] [12] 10 [14] 11 13 15

Total 3 3 5 7 8 9 11 12 14 20 22 22 24 26 30

Scharmützelseewoche - Germany, May 10/11 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Jörg Herrmann 3 Frank Kanig 4 Alexander Nordalm 5 Bernd Schreiber 6 Dirk Bogumil 7 Marco Lieberth 8 Peter Kleffe

Crew Torsten Bahr Oliver Hyzyk Sven Hermenau Arndt Becker Detlef Schmidt Michael Lisken Mario Götz Christoph Körner

sail nr. GER 19 GER 219 GER 216 GER 1854 GER 40 GER 199 GER 211 GER 240

R1 R2 1 3 4 2 2 4 7 1 5 5 3DNF 6 6 8 7

Total 4 6 6 8 10 12 12 15

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Walter Pasquini Trophy - Forte dei Marmi - Italy, May 17/18 2008 pos.Helmsman-Crew 1 Vespasiani N.-Carincola 2 Vespasiani F. -Gerunzi 3 Paoli-Poggianti 4 Patrone-Bavelloni 5 Ravasini-Borrini 6 De Castro-Bosca 7 Savoia-Pasquali 8 Cipriani-Morelli 9 Francesconi-Tognocchi 10 De Luca-Fraschetti 11 Brunelli-Mercanti 12 Gregori-Mariotti 13 Testini-Ferrauto 14 Tonzani-Chignola 15 Binelli-Binelli 16 Motta Fergnani 17 Prosperi-Forlani 18 Vignazia-Coloccini 19 Barenghi-Allaria 20 Gandolfi-Crotti 21 Moriconi-Savoia 22 Sebastiani-Maranghi 23 Colonna-Gabrielli 24 Pagliai-Boileau

sail nr. ITA 4 ITA 45 ITA 36 ITA 22 ITA 6 ITA 9 ITA 28 ITA 10 ITA 109 ITA 13 ITA 1 ITA 102 ITA 105 ITA 85 ITA 30 ITA 23 ITA 221 ITA 99 ITA 7 ITA101 ITA 75 ITA 83 ITA 19 ITA 72

R1 1 -5 7 3 8 -10 2 4 6 -14 9 13 11 -20 18 12 17 -23 16 22 15 21 -24 19

R2 1 3 2 -12 4 6 -13 11 7 5 9 -18 -16 10 8 -21 19 20 17 14 15 22 23 -25

R3 1 2 4 9 7 10 8 3 -15 5 6 13 12 11 -20 21 18 19 14 -25 17 18 22 25

R4 -5 1 -8 2 3 7 10 9 6 11 -12 4 13 15 16 14 -22 17 -25 18 -25 -22 19 25

R5 2 1 4 5 -10 3 7 -22 12 11 8 9 6 13 17 16 14 15 25 18 25 22 19 25

Total 5 7 17 19 22 26 27 27 31 32 32 39 42 49 59 63 68 71 72 72 72 83 83 94

Steinberger Krug - Germany, May 17/18 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Peter Wiesner 2 Jürgen Groß 3 Franz Menzer 4 Markus Pöllath 5 Marco Lieberth 6 Silke Grosch 7 Karl-Heinz Schulz 8 Piotr Tyszkiewicz 9 Michael Dorrer 10 Shmuel Markhoff 11 Helge Lehner 12 Rolf Albert 13 Wolfgang Dietrich 14 Marc Strittmatter 15 Bernhard Schmits 16 Leonhard Lieret 17 Andi Gruber 18 Andreas Linke 19 Mario Dietzel 20 Günther Zilk 21 Andreas Zilker 22 Wolfgang Beier 23 Leo Linke 24 Peter Stanner 25 Petra Schengber

Crew Frank Descher Philipp Schay Ernst Hiegele Tommy Danninger Mario Götz Silke Lorenz Florian Schulz Piotr Uklija Peter Kränkl Mircea Carp Claudia Lehner Lutz Albert Jens Fuchs Rudi Weinzierl Michael Schmits Gernot Herbolzheimer Jacob Danninger Klaus Amann Robin Götz Stefan Striedel Joachim Liebl Guntram Bucher Franz-Josef Schild Thomas Krüger

sail nr. GER 16 GER 74 GER 11 GER 56 GER 211 GER 241 GER 1822 POL 7 GER 45 GER 98 GER 96 GER 213 GER 224 GER 172 GER 72 GER 1742 GER 57 GER 54 GER 258 GER 88 GER 77 GER 1907 GER 55 GER 21 GER 218

R1 R2 1 1 2 2 3 4 8 5 7 6 10 7 11 12 13 15 DNC 3 4DSQ 12 18 5DNF 6OCS 16 16 DNF 8 14 20 DNF 9 9OCS DNF 10 15 21 DNF 11 DNF 13 DNF 14 DNF 17 DNF 19

Total 2 4 7 13 13 17 23 28 29 30 30 31 32 32 34 34 35 35 36 36 37 39 40 43 45

R1 R2 1 1 3 4 6 2 2 8 7 3 4 6 5 5 8 7 9 9 10 10

Total 2 7 8 10 10 10 10 15 18 20

FD-Cup - Brombachsee - Germany, May 24/25 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Franz Menzer 2 Jacek Tyszkiewicz 3 Jürgen Groß 4 Wolfgang Beier 5 Christian Schäfer 6 Walter Groß 7 Karl-Heinz Schulz 8 Helge Lehner 9 Dieter Mader 10 Petra Lehner

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Crew Ernst Hiegele Piotr Tyszkiewicz Philipp Schay Jürgen Wagner Niels Drobny Egbert Feldner Florian Schulz Claudia Lehner Mike Bittner Barbara Brüttung

sail nr. GER 11 POL 7 GER 74 GER 1907 GER 68 GER 97 GER 1822 GER 96 GER 1672 GER 124


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European Championships - Opatija - Croatia, May 30/June 7 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Möller 2 Szabolcs Majthenyi 3 Norman Rydge 4 Jörn Borowski 5 Dirk Bogumil 6 Francesco Vespasiani 7 Roberto Cipriani 8 Antal Kardos 9 Helmut Löther 10 Enno Kramer 11 Tin Matulja 12 Christoph Aichholzer 13 Stefan Beichl 14 J. Ziegler 15 Harold Wijgers 16 Bernd Schreiber 17 Jörg Witte 18 Rolf Albert 19 Kilian L. König 20 Bas van der Pol 21 Andreas Kunze 22 Uwe Kelderbacher 23 Christoph Holzinger 24 Carlos Beltri 25 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero 26 Spartaco Francesconi 27 Shmuel Markhoff 28 Nicola Vespasiani 29 Gines Romero 30 Bernhard Keller 31 Fred Schaaf 32 Ralph Jambor 33 Karsten Keil 34 Jan Lechler 35 Hans-Albert König 36 Tobias Frank 37 Christian Zbil 38 Kai Schäfers 39 Andras Suli 40 Björn Althaus 41 Gerhard Ulrich 42 M. Bouwer 43 Marco Lieberth 44 Ernst Greten 45 Toos Zandstra 46 Francesco Ravasini 47 Fred Zorn 48 Alexander Schmid-Siegl 49 Wolfgang Dietrich 50 M. De Michele 51 Erika Gelkeerken 52 Luka Tomori 53 Mihai Butucaru 54 Peter Stoka 55 Frank Kanig 56 Johan van Werkhoven 57 M. Gregori 58 John Williams 59 Edwin Neue 60 Frank Nooijen 61 Luigi Silvestrini 62 Hugo Maarlefeld 63 Pavel Fiala 64 Peter Doran 65 Leopoldo Biasi

Crew Jacob Bojsen-Möller Andras Domokos Richard Scarr Andreas Berlin Michael Lisken Francesco Gerunzi Stefano Morelli Csaba Polgar Michael Klawitter Ard Geelkerken Robin Matulja Philipp Zingerle Roland Kirst G. Hajto Niels Kamphuis Detlef Schmidt Stefan Mädicke Lutz Albert Johannes Brack Marc van der Pol Josef Seebauer Christoph Zingerle Stefan Schmitz Juan Pablo de Diego Javier Higuera Arguelles Franco Tognocchi Mircea Carp Carlo Carincola Alvaro Moreno Bernd Fischer Casper Schaaf Jens Schreiber Frank Descher Jens Salow Michael Happich Simone Frank Paul Bichler Martin Romberg David Papp Matthias Krukenbaum Rainer Ulrich Paul van der Pol Mario Götz Detlev Krüger Durk Zandstra Giovanni Borrini Erich Schober Wolfgang Skoda Jens Fuchs L. Bellotti Harald Berning Jan Urban N. Kelis Anderj Borstnar Steffen Uhlemann Pieter Staal M Mariotti Alex Rogers Marco Steinem Ronald Huijsmans Francesco Ciuccarelli Pieter Zandstra Roman Houdek Richard Phillips Francesco Biasi

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 DEN 21 8 [29] 1 1 1 HUN 70 10 [37] 7 3 4 AUS 37 1 [22] 4 8 12 GER 202 12 3 5 6 [23] GER 199 4[BFD] 3 18 2 ITA 45 17 2 10 [39] 24 ITA 10 22[DNF] 11 4 17 HUN 78 5 [27] 17 16 18 GER 91 [24] 9 24 17 8 NED 26 [27] 17 9 12 22 CRO 51 [DNF] 18 14 13 15 AUT 382 23 [73] 18 15 5 GER 187 [45] 11 2 21 28 HUN 4 25 10 12 [34] 16 NED 25 33 1[BFD] 5 25 GER 40 11 19[BFD] 25 20 GER 210 [52] 24 8 2 43 GER 213 [39] 25 22 23 7 GER 113 14 40 15 [BFD] 11 NED 32 7 61[BFD] 7 6 GER 51 40 21[BFD] 11 9 AUT 39 [55] 13 20 19 30 AUT 20 20 7 32 24 [52] ESP 90 38[BFD] 6 10 33 ESP 9 18 [42] 28 29 14 ITA 109 32 4 [51] 49 10 GER 98 28 6 [33] 30 32 ITA 4 21 [75] 45 20 13 ESP 6 26 [63] 13 14 47 GER 61 31 33 21 28 [58] NED 5 29 [52] 34 27 26 GER 135 9 45 30 33 [49] GER 16 [57] 16 27 43 31 GER 100 50 26 19 22[DNF] GER 13 [67] 20 25 32 42 GER 86 16 35 [50] 47 40 GER 75 3 49 42 46[DNF] NED 11 44[DNF]BFD 9 3 HUN 13 30 50[BFD] 35 29 GER 99 [58] 47 16 48 38 AUT 15 59[DNF] 23 36 34 NED 4 [64] 5 41 51 56 GER 211 48 8 54 [71] 44 GER 12 47 12 52 44[DNF] NED 341 49 28[BFD] 45 35 ITA 6 46 32 35 [55] 45 AUT 5 35 48 39 [61] 37 AUT 40 15 30[BFD] 31 DNF GER 224 42 [65] 40 62 19 ITA 16 6[DSQ] 37 37 DNF NED 122 66 46[BFD] 41 21 SLO 1 34 [74] 48 42 54 ROM 10 [68] 34 43 63 39 SLO 4 65 23 44 52[DNF] GER 216 62 42 53 [67] 27 NED 304 51 31 49 [57] 53 ITA 102 13 62[BFD] 26 DNF GBR 369 53 44 47 [60] 46 GER 41 60 58 38 [66] 36 NED 327 71 54 29 40[DNF] ITA 50 43 14[BFD] 54 DNF NED 340 56 53 36 53[DNF] CZ 1 36 67 55 [73] 41 GBR 382 [63] 60 31 59 51 ITA 8 74[DNF] 26 56 48

Total 11 24 25 26 27 53 54 56 58 60 60 61 62 63 64 75 77 77 80 81 81 82 83 87 89 95 96 99 100 113 116 117 117 117 119 138 140 142 144 149 152 153 154 155 157 158 159 162 163 166 174 178 179 184 184 184 187 190 192 194 197 198 199 201 204

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66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

Kurt Müller Tony Lyall Hideo Tayama Walter Moser Peter Gaal Peggy Bahr L. Damokos Rosie Pye Paul Hemker Alberto Barenghi Miha Stanovnik Jürgen Grölle John Berry Paul de Schipper P. Swiderski H. Gotz Gianluca Vignacia Ralf Vogel

Ralph Aicher Colin Burns Sven La Graauw Wolfgang Sitzwohl Balazs Kail Torsten Bahr R. Zsolt Neill Pye Pavel Rusicka G. Allaria T. Pogacnik Caroline Rudorff Jamie Whitaker Cor Huisman M. Zawistowski R. Huber Allessandra Coloccini Heike Wild

GER 103 GBR 386 NZL 110 AUT 11 HUN 12 GER 19 HUN 63 GBR 373 USA 251 ITA 7 SLO 2 GER 92 GBR 384 NED 9 POL 133 AUT 22 ITA 99 GER 178

81 36[BFD] 75 39[BFD] 2 59[BFD] 54 59 46 [73] 56 57 19 55[DNS] 37 38[DNS] 41 43[DNF] 82 15[DNF] 61 57[DNF] 80 71 56 76 51[BFD] 70 70[BFD] 69 66[BFD] 79[DNF] 58 78 64[DNF] 72 72[DNF] 77 68[DNF]

European Championship – Rabac 30 May – 7 June 2008 By Robin Matulja (CRO-51) After 22 years, trust has been shown to Croatia, conceding to her the organization of one of the most important sailing events, the Open European Championship for the queen of all the classes – the legendary Flying Dutchman. The honor passed to the Fly Sailing Club, who together with the Labin/Rabac Tourist Board and the City of Labin carried out an excellent work. During the seven days of racing the Rabac Harbour has been transformed into a sailing center worth of all compliments. 85 boats from 16 nations have sailed in the Kvarner Bay and gave a wonderful and unique picture to everyone present. The Croatian representatives were Tin and Robin Matulja from the host club. Although nine races in the Olympic triangle course were planned, because of the cyclone and the very variable weather conditions that dominated Europe the whole week, only five have been sailed, but enough to acclaim the winners. Danish brothers Jorgen and Jacob Bojsen-Möller, after a not so good start on the first two days have dominated the event with three first places and took home the title of Open European champions. The second place went to the Hungarians Szabolcs Majthenyi and Andras Domokos, and the Australians Norman Rydge and Richard Scarr went third. In the junior <26 category the winners are the Italians Nicola

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38 57 50 50 DNF DNF 64[DNF] 65 55 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS 70 DNF 72[DNF] 69 DNF 58 DNF 68 DNF 75 DNF 74DNC DNS DNS DNS DNF

212 214 233 233 233 246 247 256 269 274 279 282 284 289 298 302 316 317

Vespasiani and Carlo Carincola. In the women category, the European champion is Dolores Sanchez Herrero from Spain. The championship was concluded by a prize giving ceremony with ovations. The speech of the FD class president dr. Alberto Barenghi was full of compliments and congratulations to the organizers and to the sailors, and it was closed with the announcement of the upcoming Worlds in NZL and the 2008 Vintage Yachting Games in Holland.


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Summer Braassem - The Netherlands, June 14/15 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Henry Koning 2 Fred Schaaf 3 Sjors Riemslag 4 Thijs Rutten 5 Wouter Molenaar 6 Rien van Paridon

Crew Rob Taal Casper Schaaf Klaas van der Spek Theo Rutten Frans Dagelet Bas Wulffers

sail nr. AHO 3 NED 5 NED 334 NED 348 NED 2 NED 15

R1 R2 1 3 2 5 5 1 3 2 6 4 4 6

R3 1 2 3 6 4 5

R4 1 2 4 6 5 3

R5 3 1 4 6 2 5

R6 1 4 3 2 6 5

Total 5.7 17 27.4 35.1 40.7 43.7

Bayerwaldpokal - Germany, June 14/15 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Markus Pöllath 2 Hans Gietl 3 Bernhard Schmits 4 Leo Linke 5 Peter Kreuzer 6 Karl-Heinz Schulz 7 Stefan Röttcher 8 Helge Lehner 9 Andi Gruber 10 Rainer Will 11 Leonhard Lieret 12 Lukas Gruber 13 Bernd Schmits 14 Andreas Linke 15 Jürgen Pöllath

Crew Tommy Danninger Franz-Josef Schild Michael Schmits Guntram Bucher Rudi Weinzierl Florian Schulz Michael Barth Claudia Lehner Jacob Danninger Klaus Woldrich Stefan Striedel Christopher Haberl Christa Schmits Klaus Amann Nils Hain

sail nr. GER 56 GER 47 GER 72 GER 55 GER 561 GER 1822 GER 71 GER 96 GER 57 GER 1749 GER 1742 GER 2018 GER 158 GER 54 GER 1851

R1 R2 R3 2 1 2 6 2 1 1 8 5 3 5 6 7 7 3 4 4 9 9 6 4 5 9 7 10 3 10 12 10 11 15 11 8 11 12 12 13 13 13 8DNF DNS 14 14 DNS

Total 5 9 14 14 17 17 19 21 23 33 34 35 39 40 44

FD-Cup - Simssee - Germany, June 21/22 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Walter Volkmann 2 Christoph Aichholzer 3 Thomas Loewen 4 Bernhard Schmits 5 Markus Pöllath 6 Jörg Sänger 7 Hanns Lohner 8 Rolf Ortmann 9 Wolfgang Beier 10 Heinz Waerder 11 Andi Gruber 12 Helmut Steiner 13 Hans-Joachim Knerr 14 Lukas Gruber 15 Marc Strittmatter 16 Norbert Weidlich 17 Felix Dudek 18 Ferdinand Hauer 19 Dieter Schimke 20 Phillipp Hohenthanner

Crew Heinz Schuster Philipp Zingerle Thomas Thallmair Michael Schmits Tommy Danninger Claus Fieger Gerhard Weidlich Franz-Josef Schild Jürgen Wagner Alexander Sebestian Jacob Danninger Astrid Steiner Ferengis Knerr Christopher Haberl Christopher Melms Hans Wilhelm Christian Grotegut Gunter Hauer Gunther Michalka Rudolf Hohenthanner

sail nr. R1 R2 GER 42 3 1 AUT 382 1 3 GER 2024 4 2 GER 72 2 9 GER 56 8 4 GER 34 9 5 GER 1803 5 10 GER 1843 7 8 GER 1907 6 11 AUT 9 13 6 GER 57 16 7 GER 1900 12 12 GER 80 10 15 GER 2018 14 14 GER 172 11 18 GER 1430 15 17 GER 174 18 16 GER 131 DNC 12 GER 1863 19 19 GER 155 17DNS

Total 4 4 6 11 12 14 15 15 17 19 23 24 25 28 29 32 34 35 38 40

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 ITA 1 1 3 1 [4] 1 ITA 10 2 1 3 1 [6] ITA 36 [8] 4 6 2 2 ITA 209 4 5 2 [8] 3 ITA 9 3 7 4 3 [12] ITA 6 6 2 7 6 [9] ITA 69 5 8 [8] 5 5 ITA 83 [11] 9 6 7 8 ITA 221 9 10 9 [11] 4 ITA 91 7 [12] 12 10 11 ITA 115 7 [12] 12 10 11 ITA 99 [DNF] 11 13 13 13 ITA 23 13 13 11 [14] 14 ITA 1125 [DNS]DNS DNS 12 10 ITA 8 12[OCS]DNF DNS DNS

Total 6 7 14 14 17

FD Garda Trophy - Italy, June 21/22 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Carlo Brunelli 2 Roberto Cipriani 3 Fabio Paoli 4 Spartaco Francesconi 5 Nicola de Castro 6 Francesco Ravasini 7 Pierluigi Feltri 8 Igor Sebastiani 9 Guiseppe Prosperi 10 Fulvio Colletti 11 V. Frau 12 Gianluca Vignacia 13 Enzo Motta 14 Gianfranco Pieri 15 Arno Kropf

Crew Luciano Mercanti Stefano Morelli Poggianti Franco Tognocchi Guiseppe Prosperi Giovanni Borrini Paolo Badetti Luca Maranghi Gianpaolo Ferrauto Carlo Carincola Guareschi Allessandra Coloccini Paolo Fergnani Roberto Pîccoli Francesco Biasi

23 30 32 40 40 50 51 54 60

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Keel Week - Germany, June 21/24 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Möller 2 Bas van der Pol 3 Hans Genthe 4 Kai Schäfers 5 Martin Krings 6 Kilian L. König 7 Olaf Ballerstein 8 Klaas Tilstra 9 Hans-Albert König 10 Dirk Bogumil 11 Shmuel Markhoff 12 Thijs Rutten 13 Martin Krumhaar 14 Ulrich W. Schäfers 15 Ernst Greten 16 Hartmut Wesemüller 17 Jochen Spaan 18 Gordon Fischer 19 Hideo Tayama 20 Thorsten Wenten 21 Jürgen Grölle 22 Jacek Tyszkiewicz 23 Oliver Gutsch 24 Elisa König

Crew Jacob Bojsen-Möller Marc van der Pol Hauke Drengenberg Martin Romberg Joachim Brodda Johannes Brack Jobst Wellensiek Paul van der Pol Tom Greten Michael Lisken Mircea Carp Theo Rutten Steffen Gröning Michael Happich Detlev Krüger Holger Wesemüller Thomas Voigt Peter Baxmann Sven La Graauw Stephan Handick Caroline Rudorff Piotr Tyszkiewicz Stefan Dünwald Frieder Kleine

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 DEN 21 1 1 1 2 [2] 1 [3] 1 NED 32 2 3 2 [5] [5] 2 2 2 GER 33 4 4 3 [13] [11] 4 1 5 NED 11 [OCS] 2 6 3 [8] 7 6 3 GER 52 3[OCS] 4 4 [13] 8 4 19 GER 113 [OCS][OCS] 11 1 3 3 11 6 GER 28 5 7 [12] 9 1 5 [12] 8 NED 4 6[OCS] 9 6 7 [10] 5 4 GER 13 8 5 10 [15] 6 6 [13] 9 GER 19 7 6 8 12 4 9[DNF][DNC] GER 98 [OCS][OCS] 16 7 10 11 7 7 NED 348 9 9 13 8 [18] [13] 10 11 GER123 10 11 [19] 11 12 15 18[DNC] GER 111 [DNC][DNC] 7 16 15 16 8 16 GER 12 [OCS][OCS] 17 10 16 12 17 13 GER 1777 14 10 18 14[DSQ] [19] 16 15 GER 79 16 15 [22] [19] 14 18 15 14 GER 1976 DNC 12 14 18[DNC][DNC] 14 12 NZL 110 13 8 5[DNC][DNC]DNCDNC DNC GER 173 11[OCS] 15 [DSQ] DNS OCS 9 17 GER 92 [DNC] 13 20 20 19 17 19[DNC] POL 7 12[OCS] 21 [DSQ] 9 DNC DNC DNC GER 1798 15 14 23[DNC] 17[DNF]DNF DNC GER 133 [OCS][DNC]DNC 17DNC 14 DNF DNC

Total 7 13 21 27 42 35 35 37 44 46 58 60 77 78 85 87 92 95 101 102 108 117 119 131

Kieler Woche, 21 – 24 June 2008 Text: Kai Schäfers (NED-11) Translation: Casper Schaaf This year’s Kieler Woche had 25 boats at the start. Because of the Europeans in Croatia a few weeks before it was quite difficult to get the necessary entries for Kiel. On Saturday the races started punctually at 13:00 hours with a good 4 Bf. A long course was to be sailed. The first day we managed to do three races and were therefore quite tired when we came on shore in the evening. Bojsen-Moller had underlined his world class with three victories that day. The NED-32 with the van der Pol brothers was also in top form and was second in the results, followed by Hans Genthe and Olaf Ballerstein. In the first two races some teams were thrown back to the lower ranks because of an early start. The second day we started the fourth race with lighter wind, around 2 to 3 Bf. In that race there was a little change of leadership after a nice tack to the left during the final beat by Kilian König, who managed to keep his first position. Coming from the right, the DEN-21 secured a position as second and the NED-11 as third. Then came the most sensational race of this Kieler Woche. The fifth race started. After the second round the wind fell away and the whole fleet got nicely mixed. Despite loud protests the race wasn’t cancelled. After 15 minutes a light breeze came from the left side of the course with which the first five boats managed to cross the finish line. The following boats had to wait another 5 minutes to float into the area that had a little wind and afterwards reached the finish as well. During the time without wind some boats were given a 720° penalty by the otherwise laid-back jury, for unauthorized propulsion. And so, after the second day the DEN-21 took the first place, the NED-32 the second and the NED-11 the third. On the third day there was no sailing because the wind was too strong. In some of the gusts wind strengths of over 8 Bf were measured. Hans Genthe decided to use this wind to put on a little FD training program for the audience, at 7-8 Bf with spinnaker. Amazing how fast an FN can go. Too bad that after an hour his genoa roller broke, as well as his mast. After a long repair session and a new mast the GER-33 was ready for action the next day.

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The fourth and last day saw some more exciting races! The weather report predicted a diminishing 3-4 Bf. Some teams looked forward to a few nice races on the last day and came to the racing area with light wind sails. But hardly had they rounded the harbor corner and reached open water when a stiff breeze from 280 degrees greeted them with 45 Bf. Some crews had sailed out with sails for more wind, which they could put to good use the first two races. Bojsen-Moller, among those to start with a light wind genoa, once more proved his sovereignty and was able to win the first race with stand-in crew Holger Jess. The second race proved to be quite interesting because of a 20 degree wind shift. The positions on the course were changed a number of times. With a lighter breeze from a stable direction of 290 degrees the third race could also commence at 13:00 hours. This allowed the desired second discard for some of the teams who’d started too early the first day. With that the final result after 8 races stood as follows: 1st place DEN-21, 2nd place NED-32 and 3rd place GER-33.


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Spanish Championships - Altea - Spain, June 26/29 2008 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Gines Romero Alvaro Moreno 2 Francisco Martinez Vicente Guijarro 3 Carlos Beltri Juan Pablo de Diego 4 Alvaro Echevierra Alvaro Garcia Roberto Sevila 5 Marco Sevila 6 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero Javier Higuera Arguelles 7 Juan Montoya Martinez Francisco Vera 8 Alberto Barenghi Mircea Carp 9 Jorge Comin Javier Cayuela 10 Juan Luis Freniche Daniel Rodriguez 11 Angel Perez Pepe Ruiz 12 Elena Raga J. Antonio Rivera

sail nr. ESP 6 ESP 81 ESP 90 ESP 8 ESP 91 ESP 9 ESP 85 ITA 7 ESP 10 ESP 87 ESP 69 ESP 71

R1 R2 3 1 [7] 3 1 2 2 5 4 4 6 6 8 [11] [9] 8 5 7 [11] 10 10 9 [13] [13]

R3 [13] 1 [13] 3 2 6 5 [13] 4 8 7 13

R4 2 4 [7] [13] 6 5 3 1 8 9 11 10

R5 R6 [6] 3 1 [5] 7 2 5 1 [8] 6 4 4 10 7 2 9 [9] 8 3 [11] 12 10 11 12

R7 1 4 5 3 2 6 [11] 8 [9] 7 10 12

R8 2 3 1 4 5 [7] 6 8 9 10 [13] 11

R9 2 3 1 [6] 4 [7] 8 9 5 10 [13] 13

R10 3 1 2 6 [13] 5 4 8 7 10 9 13

Total 17 20 21 29 33 42 51 53 53 67 78 95

Spanish National Championship By Javier Higuera (ESP-9) Ginés Romero and Alvaro Moreno (ESP-6 from CN Altea) again won the FD Spanish Nationals by completing ten of the twelve scheduled races. The Championship was held at Altea’s Bay from 3rd to 6th July. On Thursday, the first of three races started at 15.00 and wind was dropping from B-4 to B-3/2. On Friday, the first race was won by Barenghi – Carp (ITA 7) with the wind shifting to South East. The second race was dominated by Martinez – Guijarro and the third race, with 7 knots wind, was for sailors of EVLE. Having completed a total of six races, provisional classification was as follows: Francisco Martinez - Vincente Guijarro (RCNT-CNA) 14 points; Ginés Romero - Alvaro Moreno (CN Altea) 15 points; Echevarria- Garciamartín (EV La Escandalosa) 16 points. Is more emotion possible?

On Saturday four races were disputed with a Southerly wind and a strenght of 10 to 12 knots: a beautiful (and hard) day of regatta sailing. The final day of the Championship gave no changes to the classification due to the absence of wind (never more than 4 knots). Thus, automatically, Ginés Romero and Alvaro Moreno retained the top position in the overall result with three points of advantage to Francisco Martinez and Vincente Guijarro, and four points to the third in classification, Carlos Beltri and Juan Pablo Diego from Murcia. The awards ceremony was held early in the afternoon with the presence of Ángel Roquero, a member of the Board of Directors of CN Altea, Alberto Barenghi, IFDCO President, Marino Gil and Vicens Cespedes as members of Race Committee.

Czech National Championships - Czech Republic, June 28/29 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Zanker Zbyn_k 2 Šimek Karel 3 Fiala Pavel 4 Lehe_ka Zden_k 5 Melichar Pavel 6 Ach-Hübner Otakar 7 Neaton Oregel Zuzana 8 Šindýlek Vlastimil

Crew Storch Petr Zají_ek Petr Houdek Roman Lehe_ka Zden_k Cicutto Remo Palkovský Tomáš Prach Jan Gottfried Ludvík

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 Total GER 14 1 3* 1 1 1 1 2* 1 1 1 1 1 10 GER 16 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 4*OCS* 3 2 3 22 CZE 1 3* 1 3 2 3DNS* 3 3 2 2 3 2 24 CZE 777 4 4 5 5 5DNS* 5 5 3 4 4DNC* 44 SVK 1 OCS* 5 4 4 4OCS* 4 2 OCS DNCDNCDNC 63 CZE 211 DNC*DNF*DNF 6 7 4 7 6 DNF 5 5 4 64 CZE 738 DNC*DNC*DNC 7 6 3 6 7 OCS DNFDNCDNC 79 CZE 1874DNC*DNC*DNC DNC DNF DNC DNC DNC DNC DNCDNCDNC 100

Workum - The Netherlands, June 28/29 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Sjors Riemslag 5 Thijs Rutten 6 Paul de Schipper 7 Wouter Molenaar 8 Jurgen Groelle 9 Albert van Vianen 10 Carlo Brugman 11 Ruud Journee 12 Josef Wanders 13 Willem Reijling

Crew Harold Berning Niels Kamphuis Casper Schaaf Klaas van der Spek Theo Rutten Cor Huisman Frans Dagelet Caroline Rudorf Bas Wulffers Johan van Werkhoven Rene Journee Edwin Neue Jelle van Leukem

sail nr. NED 122 NED 25 NED 5 NED 334 NED 348 NED 9 NED 2 GER 92 NED 15 NED 304 NED 70 GER 139 NED 35

R1 1 5 2 3 4 7 6 9 dnf dns 8 dns dns

R2 1 6 4 2 3 7 5 8 dnc 9 10 dns dns

R3 1 4 2 3 5 9 6 7 dnc 8 dns dns dns

R4 3 1 4 5 7 8 6 10 2 9 12 11 13

R5 2 1 4 3 7 5 dns dns 6 dns dns dns dns

R6 2 1 3 4 dns 5 dns dns dns dnf dns dns dns

Total 7 12 15 15 26 32 37 48 50 54 58 61 69

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Zell am See - Austria, June 28/29 2008 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Christoph Aichholzer Phillip Zingerle 2 Alexander Schmid-Siegel Wolfgang Skoda 3 Georg Vogler Florian Aberle 4 Fred Zorn Erich Schober Martin Neumayr 5 Klaus Schober 6 Werner Rosinak Wilhelm Sedlak 7 Heinz Waerder Mathias Neubacher 8 Walter Moser Wolfgang Sitzwohl 9 Martin Dominkus Thomas Kainz 10 Paul Hoffmann Stefan Pichlmüller 11 Stefan Vogler Patrick Radacher

sail nr. AUT 382 AUT 40 AUT 1 AUT 5 AUT 21 AUT 6 AUT 9 AUT 11 AUT 23 AUT 16 AUT 7

R1 R2 R3 -1 1 1 3 2 2 -4 4 3 2 -7 7 6 3 6 5 -8 5 -10 5 4 8 6 -9 7 9 8 9 -10 10 11 11 (dnf)

R4 1 -4 3 2 -7 5 8 9 -10 6 11

Total 3 7 10 11 15 15 17 23 24 25 33

R3 R4 1 [5] [6] 1 4 2 2 4 5 6 7 8 8 7 [9] 9 10 10 11[DNC]

Total 4 7 8 8 15 18 20 23 29 32

FD-Regatta - Rothsee - Germany, June 28/29 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Markus Pöllath 2 Andreas Linke 3 Bernhard Schmits 5 Andi Gruber 6 Helge Lehner 7 Wolfgang Beier 8 Petra Lehner 9 Christian Schäfer 10 Jürgen Pöllath 11 Joachim Föhring

Crew Rudi Weinzierl Klaus Amann Michael Schmits Jacob Danninger Claudia Lehner Jürgen Wagner Barbara Brüttung Andreas Zilker Nils Hain Wolfgang Böhm

sail nr. R1 R2 GER 56 1 2 GER 54 5 1 GER 72 2 [8] GER 57 4 [6] GER 96 [8] 4 GER 1907 3 [9] GER 124 [10] 5 GER 68 7 7 GER 1851 9 [11] GER 342 11 10

Kuhschelle - Alpsee - Germany, July 5/6 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Andreas Kunze 2 Helmut Löther 3 Hans-Peter Schwarz 4 Kai Schäfers 5 Philipp Buhl 6 Christoph Aichholzer 7 Kurt Müller 8 Jürgen Groß 9 Kilian König 10 Friedl Buhl 11 Hubert Waibel 12 Bernd Zimmer 13 Thomas Seltmann 14 Michael Dorrer 15 Franz Menzer 16 Alberto Patrone 17 Roberto Mario Cipriani 18 Lisa Holzberger 19 Jacek Tyszkiewicz 20 Hartmut Wesemüller 21 Bernd Keller 22 Walter Groß 23 Hans Gietl 24 Robert Neß 25 Simon Hirscher 26 Tobias Frank 27 Christoph Baumann 28 Fulvio Colletti 29 Christian von Mulert 30 Alois Mögele 31 Jörg Sänger 32 Helge Lehner 33 Ioannis Remondos 34 Katharina Frey 35 Ralf Vogel 36 Dr. Christian Baur 37 Petra Lehner

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Crew sail nr. Josef Seebauer GER-51 Michael Klawitter GER-91 Roland Kirst GER-87 Andreas Happich NED-11 Werner Aichele GER-2063 Philipp Zingerle AUT-382 Ralph Aicher GER-103 Philipp Schay GER-74 Johannes Brack GER-113 Adalbert Netzer GER-1762 Bene Wiedemann GER-161 Leopold Hüllmantel GER-1839 Sigi Lang GER-1705 Peter Kränkl GER-45 Dr. Ernst Hiegele GER-11 Giovanni Bavelloni ITA-22 Stefano Ambrogio MorelliITA-10 Dieter Holzberger GER-142 Piotr Tyszkiewicz POL-7 Jürgen Hobein GER-1777 Bernd Fischer GER-61 Egbert Feldner GER-97 Franz Josef Schild GER-47 Thomas Knab GER-58 Philipp Kyewski GER-1911 Simone Frank GER-86 Michael Koller SUI-6 Corrado Cattabriga ITA-91 Joscha Märkle-Huss GER-130 Michael Kutter GER-1750 Claus Fieger GER-34 Claudia Lehner GER-96 Rüdiger von Maxen GER-1902 Alfred Frey GER-1637 Christian Vogel GER-178 Thomas Dill GER-201 Barbara Brütting GER-124

R1 R2 R3 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 8 1 4 5 6 7 6 4 10 3 8 9 11 12 17 12 5 5 24 7 18 7 11 13 14 9 11 10 19 16 9 18 12 19 13 14 16 14 22 15 10 6 4 BFD 8 29 16 21 17 23 19 22 21 15 13 BFD 20 28 24 25 25 22 28 18 27 31 23 20 37 21 17 30 20 25 24 26 26 32 30 15 23 27 33 26 34 31 27 35 30 29 36 28 33 31 29 35 32 36 36 37 35 34 38 37

Total 5 6 12 15 17 21 32 34 36 36 36 40 43 44 44 47 52 53 61 62 70 72 72 73 74 75 75 76 77 83 91 92 93 93 103 108 109


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Heinrich Wiggenhauser Stefan Heider Dieter Mader Mike Bittner Franz-Josef Kampschulte Christian Wohner Georg Kirsch Philipp Kirsch

GER-2031 GER-1672 GER-163 GER-1364

40 33 38 41 39 32 39DNC 34 38 40 DNC

111 112 115 120

Sächsische Meisterschaft - Germany, July 12/13 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Jan Lechler 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Ralph Jambor 4 Rolf Albert 5 Jörg Herrmann 6 Ralf Bundel 7 Karsten Keil 8 Frank Kanig 9 Wolfgang Dietrich 10 Thomas Lieberth 11 Karl-Heinz Wolf 12 Jürgen Deutschmann 13 Markus Pöllath 14 Marco Lieberth 15 Jacek Tyszkiewicz 16 Silke Grosch 17 Helge Lehner 18 Leo Linke 19 Mario Dietzel 20 Andi Gruber 21 Christian Schäfer 22 Peter Kleffe 23 Dieter Mader 24 Michael Perthes 25 Bernhard Schmits 26 Lukas Gruber 27 Petra Schengber

Crew Jens Salow Michael Lisken Jens Schreiber Lutz Albert Oliver Hyzyk Svend Vieweg Frank Descher Sven Hermenau Jens Fuchs Thomas Fleischmann Robert Piechutta Steffen Uhlemann Tommy Danninger Mario Götz Piotr Tyszkiewicz Silke Lorenz Claudia Lehner Guntram Bucher Robin Götz Jacob Danninger Niels Drobny Christoph Körner Mike Bittner Mike Lämmel Michael Schmits Christopher Haberl Thomas Krüger

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 GER 100 1 [2] 1 2 GER 199 [3] 1 3 1 GER 135 2 4 2 [6] GER 213 -10 3 6 3 GER 219 5 [6] 4 4 GER 259 [7] 5 5 7 GER 16 4 7 7 [9] GER 259 6 9 9 [13] GER 224 9 8 11 [15] GER 225 8 [14] 8 14 GER 120 [26] 18 10 5 GER 20 11 10 [13] 12 GER 56 14 [15] 12 8 GER 211 15 11 [18] 10 POL 7 13 12 [17] 11 GER 241 [23] 13 14 16 GER 96 12 20 15 [DNF] GER 55 16 17 19 [21] GER 259 [22] 16 20 17 GER 57 18 [22] 16 19 GER 68 21 19[DNF] 18 GER 240 19 [21] 21 20 GER 1672 20 [25] 22 23 GER 276 [24] 23 23 22 GER 72 17[DNF]DNS DNS GER 2018 25 26 24 [DNF] GER 218 [DNS] 24[DNS] 24

Total 4 5 8 12 13 17 18 24 28 30 33 33 34 36 36 43 47 52 53 53 58 60 65 68 73 75 76

Kaagweekend - The Netherlands, July 12/13 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Fred Schaaf 2 Enno Kramer 3 Rien van Paridon 4 Thijs Rutten 5 Paul de Schipper 6 Erika Geelkerken 7 Tom Heijmans 8 Hugo Maarleveld 9 Willem Reijling 10 Dennis van Werkhoven

Crew Casper Schaaf Ard Geelkerken Bas Wulffers Theo Rutten Cor Huisman Harold Wijgers Hugo Nelissen Peter Jan Schouten Jerry Dixon Johan van Werkhoven

sail nr. NED 5 NED 26 NED 15 NED 348 NED 9 NED 4 NED 311 NED 340 NED 35 NED 304

R1 3 1 2 4 6 dnf 7 5 dnf dns

R2 2 1 4 5 3 6 dnf dns dnc dns

R3 1 4 5 2 6 3 8 7 10 9

R4 1 2 3 5 6 4 7 dnc 8 dnf

Total 7 8 14 16 21 24 33 34 40 42

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 GER 91 1 1 3[DNC] GER 98 4 3 [8] 2 GER 187 5 2 [7] 3 AUT 39 9 [22] 1 4 GER 51 8 [10] 5 1 GER 103 [12] 9 4 7 GER 45 7 8 [12] 6 GER 75 3 4 16 [22] GER 22 2 12 10 [13] GER 224 10 [13] 9 5 GER 11 6 11 [20] 8 GER 2024 17[DNF] 6 9 GER 1839 11 7 14 [21] GER1705 18 5 11[DNC] GER 86 15 18 2[DNC]

Total 5 9 10 14 14 20 21 23 24 24 25 32 32 34 35

Silber FD - Tegernsee - Germany, August 2/3 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Helmut Löther 2 Shmuel Markhoff 3 Stefan Beichl 4 Silvia Aichholzer 5 Andreas Kunze 6 Kurt Müller 7 Michael Dorrer 8 Christian Zbil 9 Peter Hollender 10 Wolfgang Dietrich 11 Franz Menzer 12 Thomas Loewen 13 Bernd Zimmer 14 Thomas Seltmann 15 Tobias Frank

Crew Michael Klawitter Mircea Carp Adrian Beichl Christoph Zingerle Josef Seebauer Ralph Aicher Christoph Aichholzer Paul Bichler Christian Porsche Jens Fuchs Ernst Hiegele Thomas Thallmair Leopold Hüllmantel Sigi Lang Simone Frank

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Georg Vogler Helmut Steiner Walter Volkmann Fred Zorn Alois Mögele Dieter Staib Christian von Mulert Karl-Heinz Schulz Ralph Zieglmeier Paul Hofmann Heinz Waerder Felix Dudek Peter Stanner Piotr Tyszkiewicz Theresa Wöhr Martin Lauer

Florian Abele Markus Bollinger Alexander Krohmer Erich Schober Kurt Seemüller Wolfgang Joppich Bernhard Wiedemann Florian Schulz Julia Dorn Stefan Pichlmüller Alexander Sebastian Peter Müller Michael Jung Piotr Uklija Leonhard Wöhr Linda Lauer

AUT 1 GER 1900 GER 42 AUT 5 GER 1750 GER 118 GER 130 GER 1822 GER 2020 AUT 16 AUT 9 GER 174 GER 21 POL 7 GER 55 GER 1675

13 14 13[DNC] 14 6 21[DNC] 16 [19] 18 12 [19] 15 19 19 20 [23] 22 10 24 17 [30] 11 21 16 15[DNC] 26 [29] 17 14 22 [26] 26 15 [27] 21 23 19 [28] 25 27 17 [30] 20 25 24 23 27 [29] 20 [25] 24 24 23 [29] 28 28 18 31[DNC]DNC DNC

40 41 46 53 52 52 52 57 63 63 69 69 70 71 74 95

Austrian Championships - Austria, August 15/17 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Christoph Aichholzer 2 Hans-Albert König 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Gerhard Ulrich 5 Silvia Aichholzer 6 Julius Trippolt 7 Kurt Müller 8 Bernd Schreiber 9 Kilian L. König 10 Georg Vogler 11 Christian Zbil 12 Christoph Holzinger 13 Irek Pierwola-Gorski 14 Alexander Schmid-Siegl 15 Walter Volkmann 16 Elisa König 17 Manfred Zeissl 18 Stefan Röttcher 19 Werner Rosinak 20 Markus Pöllath 21 Heinz Waerder 22 Erich Schober 23 Jörg Sänger 24 Ioannis Remoundos 25 Leo Linke 26 Paul Hofmann 27 Michael Schmits 28 Andi Gruber 29 Siegmar Stubenböck 30 Martin Pfund 31 Karl-Heinz Schulz 32 Jacek Smialkowski 33 Jacob Holzinger

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Crew Philipp Zingerle Kai Schäfers Casper Schaaf Andreas Ittner Christoph Zingerle Lukas Linhart Ralph Aicher Detlef Schmidt Johannes Brack Florian Abele Paul Bichler Stefan Schmitz Piotr Tyszkiewicz Wolfgang Skoda Alexander Krohmer Markus Landgrebe Stefan Buchleitner Michael Barth Wilhelm Sedlak Tommy Danninger Thomas Kainz Andreas Laube Claus Fieger Alister Mc Cowan Guntram Bucher Werner Markowski Rudi Weinzierl Jacob Danninger Anton Zingerle Tomas Überbacher Florian Schulz Michail Smialkowski Lukas Holzinger

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 AUT 382 [12] 1 2 4 2 GER 13 11 [14] 5 2 4 NED 5 1 3 6 9 [12] AUT 15 [15] 2 2 3 7 AUT 39 2 13 9 5 1 AUT 31 13 4 1 1 3 GER 103 4 10 [17] 10 7 GER 40 9 9 8 12 6 GER 113 3[DNF]DNS 3 5 AUT 1 8 6 7 8 10 GER 75 5[DNF] 10 6 11 AUT 20 6 11 11 [16] 9 POL 7 17 5 14 11 [21] AUT 40 [23] 15 4 14 15 GER 42 7 12[DNS] 13 14 GER 133 18 8[DNS] 15 19 AUT 4 16 7 12 17 18 GER 71 14 20 20 [DNS] 13 AUT 6 [DNF] 28 16 20 17 GER 56 10 16 13 18 24 AUT 9 [DNF] 19 18 24 23 AUT 21 [26] 21 19 19 26 GER 34 25 18 21 25 16 GER 1902 22 26 25 26 [28] GER 55 20 17 15 22 20 AUT 16 29[DNS]DNS 27 22 GER 72 28 24 23 23 27 GER 57 24 23[DNS] 28 25 AUT 375 21 22 24 [DNS] DNS AUT 323 30 27[DNS] 30 31 GER 1822 19[DNF]DNS 21 30 POL 4 [DNC]DNC DNC 29 29 AUT 25 27 25 22 [DNS] DNS

R6 R7 2 6 1 1 4 2 8 6 [14] 11 7 [15] 3 5 5 4 16 9 [18] 16 8 17 11 12 15 7 10 14 13 8 12 10 9 20 26 19 19 13 17[DNS] 25 25 22 22 [29] 27 21 21 23[DNS] 27 23 24[DNS] 20 DNS DNS 24 31 26 30 DNS 28 18 DNS DNS

R8 R9 5 3 1 4 2 6 3 5 4 2 10 13 11 7 7[DNS] 3 1 15 11 12 16 13 15 14 9 9 12 16 10 8 8 [21] 14 18 20 20 18 DNS DNS 17 21 24 19 19 22 23 17 DNS DNS 22 23 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNF 24 DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS DNS

Total 25 29 33 36 47 52 57 60 74 81 85 88 92 93 93 98 113 150 151 166 172 172 173 181 185 207 217 222 227 233 236 240 244


Austrian Championship – Achensee 15 / 17 August 2008 (By Casper Schaaf, NED-5) Thursday 14-08 The ÖM for 2008 was hosted by the SCTWV, an old club on the Achensee (and home to the Olympic 470 ladies team Sylvia Vogl / Christina Flatscher who were 8th in Peking). The grounds used to belong to a monastery and so, not only is the club house still in original style, but the old chapel is still being used as well, as bar and barbecue spot nowadays. Unsurprisingly, the atmosphere was excellent. 34 boats on the entry list (15 AUT, 16 GER, 1 ITA, 1 NED and 2 POL), making it the biggest Austrian Championship since a long time. An indication of the positive development the Austrian FD fleet has shown in recent years. This year there were about four new teams, of which the AUT-31 looked most promising. Sailing a brand new Mader, helmsman Julius Trippolt (20 years) and crew Lukas Linhart (17 years) were here for their very first FD regatta, after dropping out of the Austrian 470 team. Furthermore, an older team was sailing in the POL7 (once famous as the Bojsen-Møller boat, then the Douglas Parker boat). They are new in the FD since this year’s Kieler Woche and although the helmsman confessed he’d sailed FD before, his last time was 26 years ago. Predicted favourites for Austrian Champion 2008: Kilian and Schappi König, Bernd Schreiber, Gerhard Ulrich, Christoph and Sylvia Aichholzer and (hopefully) Fred Schaaf.

Quite a few boats capsized as well, with the day prize going to the Greek-Australian team in the GER-1902 at three times. Fortunately, no serious damage anywhere. Conditions for racing get worse and after an attempted 4th race is cancelled we sail home in heavy rain. Tasty soup and cocktails more than make up for it though. Provisional result: 1) NED-5

2) AUT-382

3) AUT-31

Saturday 16-08 10:00 first race; again North wind with Bf. 3. With 10° C. dry suits and winter caps are no exception. The first race won by the surprise of this regatta, the AUT-31. The second race, after lunch, with South wind Bf. 2/3. As of this race we sail together with a small fleet of Ynglings, who have a smaller regatta during Saturday and Sunday. Finally a bit warmer! Sylvia Aichholzer wins 2nd race before her brother. Third race: still South Bf. 1/2, some sun too. Shortened by second top mark because of dying wind. GER-13 wins before, once more AUT-382. On shore, a good sailors’ dinner with free beer and more cocktails. Provisional result: 1) AUT-382

2) AUT-31

3) GER-13

Sunday 17-08 Friday 15-08 The first day of racing. 33 boats at the start, from 4 nations: Alberto Barenghi couldn’t make it. All boats had managed to get through the unexpectedly strict measurement and were ready for the first start around 14:00 hours. Heavy rain and wind in the morning and, even more unpleasant for the middle of August, ± 12° C. because the Achensee is located at almost 1 km altitude. Luckily, at 14:00 more favourable conditions with a 2/3 Bf. breeze from the North. We manage to win the first race, followed by Sylvia Aichholzer and Christoph Zingerle in the AUT-39. The second race won by last year’s champions Christoph Aichholzer and Philipp Zingerle in the AUT-382, with Gerhard Ulrich (AUT-15) and ourselves in pursuit. At the end of this race the wind picks up to a good 4 Bf. New team of AUT-31 shows quick adaptation skills by winning the third race they’ve ever sailed in an FD. Kilian König had some problems during the second and third race and the AUT-382 managed to lose a spinnaker pole along the way.

Julius Trippolt / Lukas Linhart through the finish line

For the first time no rain in the morning. Partly sunny, but no wind. At 11:00 a little wind picks up, allowing a Bf. 2 during the first race. Won by Schappi König (GER-13). The wind picks up a bit more to a good Bf. 3; once again won by König sr. GER-13 and AUT-382 are now really close in points, so the final race must decide the winner. Third race, still Bf. 3, this time won by Kilian König (GER-113). AUT-31 by this time had some lesser results and dropped off the stage. A good sailing day and in the end Aichholzer kept his head and his title. An elaborate prize giving follows, in which GER-13 receives 2nd prize and NED-5 3rd. As soon as all the boats were packed the rain came back as if it never went away and stayed the rest of the day. But it couldn’t prevent anyone from having had an excellent Austrian Championship. Enough wind for nine races, good food and drink at the end of each day and happy sailors when it was all over. Pictures by Kathrin Witting.

Sylvia Aichholzer / Christoph Zingerle through the finish line

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Benelux Championships - Scharendijke - The Netherlands, August 16/17 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Henri Koning 3 Erika Geelkerken 4 Thijs Rutten 5 Edwin Neue 6 Sjors Riemslag 7 Peter van Veen 8 Patrick van Gool 9 Jup Wanders 10 Paul de Schipper 11 Hendrik Paping 12 Phillipe van den Haute 13 Piet van Loo

Crew Ard Geelkerken Rob Taal Harald Berning Theo Rutten Hennerf Heeg Klaas van der Spek Chris van Veen Geert Rollingswiert Johan van Werkhoven Cor Huisman Mark Soetman Koen Muilwijk Mark Ichav

sail nr. NED-26 NED-3 NED-122 NED-348 GER-141 NED-334 NED-69 NED-4 GER-139 NED-9 NED-55 BEL-15 BEL-9

R1 R2 R3 2 1 2 5 5 1 3 3 3 1 6 4 4 2 5 6 dns 10 8 7 6 7 4 dns 9 9 8 10 10 7 11 8 9 dnc dnc 11 dnc snc 12

R4 1 2 3 5 6 4 9 7 8 dsq dns 10 11

R5 1 3 2 4 8 5 dns dns 7 6 dns 9 dnc

Total 5 11 11 14 17 25 30 32 32 33 42 44 51

Sieben Schwaben - Alpsee - Germany, August 16/17 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Peter Hollender 2 Philipp Buhl 3 Thomas Seltmann 4 Jürgen Groß 5 Friedl Buhl 6 Tobias Frank 7 Bernhard Wiedemann 8 Katherina Frey 9 Heinrich Wiggenhauser 10 Alexander Altmann 11 Helge Lehner 12 Karl Riedesser

Crew Christian Porsche Lisa Holzberger Sigi Lang Philipp Schay Michael Klawitter Simone Frank Stefan Waibel Alfred Frey Philipp Kyewski Christian Swatosch Claudia Lehner Werner Aichele

sail nr. R1 R2 GER 22 1 [9] GER 142 2 1 GER 1705 3 2 GER 74 [4] 4 GER 1762 5 3 GER 86 6 6 GER 161 [9] 7 GER 1637 [12] 5 GER 2031 7 [12] GER 91 10 [11] GER 96 [11] 10 GER 2063 8 8

R3 1 2 [4] 3 [7] 5 8 10 9 11 6 [12]

R4 3 [4] 1 2 5 [9] 7 8 10 6 11 12

Total 5 5 6 9 13 17 22 23 26 27 27 28

North Garda Trophy - Riva - Italy, August 22/24 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Szabolcs Majthenyi 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Hans-Peter Schwarz 4 Andreas Kunze 5 Bas van der Pol 6 Kilian L. König 7 Kai Schäfers 8 Roberto Cipriani 9 Tin Matulja 10 Stefan Beichl 11 Rolf Albert 12 Gerhard Ulrich 13 Dennis van Ierssel 14 Elisa König 15 Klaas Tilstra 16 Fred Schaaf 17 Bernd Schreiber 18 Christoph Aichholzer 19 Andras Suli 20 Björn Althaus 21 Christian Zbil 22 Irek Pierwola-Gorski 23 Manfred Zeissl 24 Luka Tomori 25 Martin Krumhaar 26 Friedl Buhl 27 Peter Stoka 28 Martin Dominikus 29 Tobias Stüppardt 30 Durk Zandstra 31 Fred Zorn 32 Hans-Albert König 33 Gianfranco Pieri

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Crew Andras Domokos Niels Kamphuis Roland Kirst Josef Seebauer Marc van der Pol Johannes Brack Peter van Koppen Stefano Morelli Robin Matulja Bernhard Wiedemann Lutz Albert Günter Grigar Adriaan Schmal Tom Greten Paul van der Pol Casper Schaaf Detlef Schmidt Philipp Zingerle David Papp Matthias Krukenbaum Alexander Krohmer Piotr Tyszkiewicz Stefan Buchleitner Jan Urban Markus Landgrebe Adalbert Netzer Anderj Borstnar Thomas Kainz Tobias Bertram Hugo Maarlefeld Erich Schober Tom Greten Roberto Pîccoli

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 HUN 70 [9] 2 4 1 NED 25 1 5 5 4 GER 87 6 3 9 [11] GER 51 [11] 1 6 9 NED 32 7 6 8 8 GER 113 [16] 8 1 10 NED 11 [18] 4 12 3 ITA 10 5 7 [16] 14 CRO 51 3 15 7 6 GER 187 2 14 [34] 13 GER 213 4 11 18 2 AUT 15 15 13 3 [DNF] NED 318 12 9 26 5 GER 133 17 10 [35] 12 NED 4 13 [24] 10 15 NED 5 22 19 13 19 GER 40 [23] 12 23 16 AUT 382 8[DNF]DNF 7 HUN 13 14 17 14 [DSQ] GER 99 27 16 11 17 GER 75 19 23 17 [31] POL 7 29 [30] 15 18 AUT 4 33[DNF] 2 24 SLO 1 24 27 [28] 23 GER 123 20 18 21 [DSQ] GER 1762[DNF] 29 29 22 SLO 4 31 28 22 29 AUT 23 25 25 20 27 GER 46 26 26 [31] 26 NED 340 30 22 24 25 AUT 5 [34] 32 25 21 GER 13 21 21[DNF] DSQ ITA 125 28 33 27 [DNF]

R5 R6 3 8 4 [10] 1 5 7 9 [12] 4 8 7 9 6 13 1 10[DNF] 2 12 11[DSQ] 6 16 5 [27] 14 11 16 15 [27] 2 15 13 19 3 18 19 [35] 23 25 17 22 25 26 28 21 18 17 DNF 20 21 [37] 14 [32] 32 30 22 [31] 30 28 26 23 24 29 29

Total 18 19 24 32 33 34 34 40 41 43 46 53 57 64 69 75 79 78 82 94 101 109 113 113 117 121 124 129 130 131 132 130 146


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Georg Vogler Alexander Schmid-Siegl Gunter Hauer Christian Baur Jürgen Grölle Ernst Greten Christoph Holzinger

Florian Abele Wolfgang Skoda Ferdinand Hauer Thomas Dill Caroline Rudorff Detlev Krüger Stephen Holzinger

AUT 1 10 20 30 [DSQ] DNF DNF AUT 40 [DNF]DNF DNF 20 24 20 GER 131 35[DNF] 19 32 34 34 GER 201 36[DNF] 33 30 33 31 GER 92 32 35 32 [DNF] 36 35 GER 12 [DNF] 31 36 28 OCS 33 AUT 20 [DNF] 34 DNF DNF DNF DNF

142 146 154 163 170 169 198

British Championships - Lee on the Solent - Great Britain, August 28/31 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Jon Williams 2 Peter Doran 3 Tony Lyall 4 John Berry 5 Julian Bridges 6 Mike Pickles 7 Martyn Clark 8 Rosie Pye

Crew Alex Rogers Richard Phillips Colin Burns Simon Anderson Pippa Rogers Jamie Whitaker Jim Harrop Neil Pye

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 GBR 369 7 1 1 1 1 2 GBR 382 1 2 3 4 2 1 GBR 386 2 3 DNF 3 3 5 GBR 384 4.5 4 6 5 4 3 GBR 380 3 6 4 6DNC 4 GBR 338 DNCDNC 2 2 DNF 7 GBR 343 6DNF 5 DNF 5 6 GBR 373 4.5 5 DNC DNCDNC DNC

Total 6 9 16 20.5 23 29 31 36.5

British National Championships - Lee on the Solent 29 – 31 August 2008 By Julian Bridges (GBR-380) The British FD fleet were invited to join the LOSSC centenary regatta over the last weekend of August, and enjoyed a three day regatta, on and off the water, with a good variety of conditions. The results belied the closeness of the racing, which saw Jon Williams and Alex Rogers again take the championships. Starting on Friday in light breeze with a strong tide, the first race was comfortably won by Peter Doran and Richard Phillips, from Tony Lyall, with the eventual winners finishing last after trying every flyer they could find. However, in similar conditions with slightly more wind the second race saw Strang and Alex recovering their style and winning convincingly. The day was completed with a class championship dinner in the club. Saturday’s racing, held in classic Solent conditions of 18-20 knots easterly winds over the tide was a very different matter with Strang and Alex dominating all three races. Mike Pickles, well known Javelin sailor, enjoying the grace and power of FD sailing for the first time, helming for Jamie Whitaker, took two of the seconds, before gear failure forced their retirement from the final race. Peter and Richard kept the event open with a third, fourth and second while the back markers enjoyed the exhilaration, terror and swimming of windy FD sailing. Sharing the course with the asymmetric B14s meant that competitors had to keep their eyes open, but far more spectacular and unusual was the hovercraft open day being held at HMS Daedalus which involved the fleet being buzzed by various machines providing joyrides, apparently without much directional control, so actually very similar to the B14s. The many competitors in the club regatta joined the visitors to celebrate the centenary with a splendid buffet supper, a live band, and Gordon’s free birthday beer all of which were provided on the Saturday evening by the club organisation led by FD crew Jim Harrop.

With two races scheduled for Sunday, the event was still theoretically open, but with flat calm and intermittent drizzle, prospects were not

good for any sailing at all. After a long postponement ashore, the fleet enjoyed the water frolics of the more excitable of the young people sailing B14s, during a long postponement afloat. Following another period ashore, both fleets rushed back onto the water with the onset of a bit of air. Steve Parry, RO for the weekend, got it exactly right, holding a race during the only 45 minutes of good breeze during the day. Strang and Alex led for the majority of the race to be caught right at the finish by Peter and Richard, with Jon Berry and Simon Anderson, also a newcomer to FD sailing, third. With the breeze fading to nothing again and a random flypast from a wartime Lancaster, that was it, both for the day and the championship.

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Herbstwettfahrten - Steinhude Germany, August 30/31 2008 pos. Helmsman 1 Hartmut Wesemüller 2 Hans-Albert König 3 Kurt Prenzler 4 Thorsten Wenten 5 Ernst Greten 6 Markus Fleischer 7 Horst Schäfer

Crew sail nr. R1 Holger Wesemüller GER 1777 Tom Greten GER 13 Heinz Bollweg GER 66 Stephan Handick GER 173 Johannes Brack GER 12 Axel Busch GER 48 Ralf Pietsch GER 136

R2 3 2 5 1 1 [4] [4] 3 2 6 [7] 5 6 [7]

R3 [5] 1 1 [DSQ] 4 3 3 2 2 [DSQ] 6 4 7 5

R4

Total 6 7 8 8 10 15 18

Italian Championships - Castiglione della Pescaia - Italy, September 5/7 2008 pos.Helmsman, Crew 1 Vespasiani, Gerunzi 2 Vespasiani Nicola, Alcidi 3 Cipriani, Morelli 4 Gregori, Mariotti 5 Brunelli, Mercanti 6 Prosperi, Ferrauto 7 Savoia, Pasquali 8 Pieri, Carincola 9 Ravasini, Borrinii 10 Frau, Guareschi 11 Maffei, Mariotti 12 Tonzani, Chignola 13 Eustachi, Rossi 14 De Castro, Bosca 15 Bigliazzi, Giugliano 16 Sebastiani, Maranghi 17 RE, Marquez 18 Pagliai, Boileau 19 Colletti, Casali 20 Gandolfi, Crotti 21 Sodo, Cappiello 22 Ciardi, Mazzetti 23 Silvestrini, Ciuccarelli 24 Colonna , Gabrielli 25 Poli, Passarelli 26 Motta, Fergnani 27 Binelli, Binelli 28 Francesconi, Tognocchi 28 Moriconi, Savoia 28 Vignazia, Coloccini

sail nr. ITA 45 ITA 4 ITA 10 ITA 102 ITA 1 ITA 221 ITA 28 ITA 1125 ITA 6 ITA 115 ITA 119 ITA 85 ITA 94 ITA 9 ITA 1006 ITA 83 ITA 63 ITA 72 ITA 91 ITA 1011 ITA 46 ITA 88 ITA 50 ITA 19 ITA 1122 ITA 23 ITA 30 ITA 109 ITA 75 ITA 99

R1 R2 R3 -2 2 1 4 4 2 1 1 3 3 3 -8 8 7 7 7 6 4 -9 9 6 5 5 5 -10 8 10 (dnc) 10 9 6 11 (dns) 11 -12 11 (dnc) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dnc) dns dns 12(dns) 12 (dnc) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dnc) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dns) dns dns (dns) dns dns

R4 1 -9 7 5 -19 -14 8 15 6 10 12 11 2 3 4 20 16 13 17 24 22 21 18 dns dns 23 25 dns dns dns

R5 2 1 -15 5 4 11 6 -16 9 12 14 10 3 7 8 ocs 13 18 20 17 19 22 ocs 21 23 ocs dns dns dns dns

Total 6 11 12 16 26 28 29 30 33 41 43 43 67 72 74 75 91 93 99 103 103 105 111 114 116 116 118 124 124 124

R4 1 2 3 -9 4 6 5 8 7 10 12

R5 1 3 2 4 5 7 6 -12 12 8 12

R6 1 2 3 5 4 7 8 6 12 9 12

R7 1 2 -5 6 4 9 3 8 7 12 12

R4 R5 3 dnc 4 1 2 2 5 3 6 5 9 4

R6 1 4 5 2 3 8

R7 1 7 2 3 dnc dnc

Benidorm - Spain, September 5/7 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Gines Romero 2 Carlos Beltri 3 Alvaro Echevarria 4 Jose Sanchez 5 Marco Sevila 6 Rafael Madaleno 7 Juan Motoya 8 Jorge Comin 9 Juan Freniche 10 Angel Perez 11 Jose A. Ribera

Crew Alvaro Moreno Juan Pablo Diego Alvaro Garcimartin Vicente Gijarro Roberto Sevila Simon Cardona Francisco Martinez Javier Cayuela Daniel Rodriguez Juan Arandiga Julio Ballesta

sail nr. ESP 6 ESP 90 ESP 8 ESP 86 ESP 91 ESP 16 ESP 85 ESP 10 ESP 87 ESP 78 ESP 71

R1 R2 1 1 2 3 4 2 5 7 3 4 7 5 -12 12 6 6 8 8 -12 12 -12 12

R3 1 -12 3 4 2 -12 12 5 -12 12 12

R8 1 3 2 4 -12 6 5 12 12 12 7

R9 -12 1 3 2 12 5 4 12 12 12 12

Total 8 18 22 37 38 52 55 63 78 87 91

Dutch Championships - Muiden - The Netherlands, September 5/7 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Klaas tilstra 3 Harald Wijgers 4 Fred Schaaf 5 Dirk Bogumil 6 Ralph Jambor

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Crew Ard Geelkerken Paul van der Pol Niels Kamphuis Casper Schaaf Michael Lisken Jens Schreiber

sail nr. NED-26 NED-4 NED-25 NED-5 GER-199 GER-135

R1 R2 1 2 3 5 5 4 8 7 6 3 4 9

R3 1 3 dnc 4 7 5

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Bas van der Pol Frank Nooijen Erika Geelkerken Pieter Staal Sjors Riemslag Paul Schipper Hugo Maarleveld Henry Koning Thijs Rutten Edwin Neue Wouter Molenaar Ruud Journee Tom Heijman Carlo Brugman Wim Reijling Derek van der Vorst

Marc van der Pol Ronald Huisman Harald Berning Arnout Wijs Klaas van der Spek Cor Huisman Roy van Swol Rob Taal Theo Rutten Henner Heeg Frans Dagelet Rene Journee Louk Nelissen Johan van Werkhoven Jerry ?? Michiel Kotting

NED-32 USA-2 NED-122 NED-312 NED-334 NED-9 NED-340 AHO-3 NED-348 GER-41 NED-2 NED-70 NED-311 NED-304 NED-35 NED-240

2 1 12 12 9 11 11 14 17 8 14 10 15 18 7 6 10 13 16 15 13 16 20 19 19 17 18 dnf dnc dnc dnf dnc

2 9 12 11 6 8 13 15 10 16 14 dnc 17 18 dnc dnc

1 7 8 12 dnc 11 10 dnc dnf dnc dnf dnc dnc dnf dnf dnc

dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc 6 dnc dnc dnc dnc

dnc 7 12 9 6 dnc 10 dnc dnc 11 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

dnc 5 8 6 4 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

52 52 60 63 64 89 89 97 102 104 112 114 122 128 138 138

Goldener FD - Greiz - Germany, September 6/7 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Wolfgang Dietrich 2 Jan Lechler 3 Frank Kanig 4 Ralf Bundel 5 Karsten Keil 6 Marco Lieberth 7 Jürgen Deutschmann 8 Mario Dietzel 9 Peter Kleffe 10 Michael Perthes 11 Thomas Lieberth 12 Karl-Heinz Wolf 13 Rolf Albert 14 Marc Strittmatter 15 Harald Karl 16 Petra Schengber

Crew Jens Fuchs Jens Salow Sven Hermenau Svend Vieweg Frank Descher Mario Götz Steffen Uhlemann Mario Götz Christoph Körner Mike Lämmel Silke Lorenz Robert Piechutta Lutz Albert Leonhard Lieret Rene Kretscher Thomas Krüger

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 GER 224 6 1 4 GER 100 4 4 3 GER 216 5 2 5 GER 259 1 6 8 GER 16 3 12 1 GER 211 7 7 2 GER 20 2 5 11 GER 259 8 9 6 GER 240 10 8 7 GER 276 12 10 10 GER 225 13 11 9 GER 120 9 13 12 GER 213 DNF 3 DNF GER 172 11DNC DNC GER 246 DSQ 15 13 GER 218 DNF 14 14

Total 11 11 12 15 16 16 18 23 25 32 33 34 37 45 45 45

Silberne Kanne - Tutzing - Germany, September 20/21 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Helmut Löther 2 Franz Menzer 3 Bernd Zimmer 4 Thomas Loewen 5 Jörg Sänger 6 Robert Ness 7 Christian Schäfer 8 Felix Dudek

Crew Michael Klawitter Ernst Hiegele Leopold Hüllmantel Thomas Thallmair Claus Fieger Peter Hebel Niels Drobny Simone Lente

sail nr. GER 91 GER 11 GER 1839 GER 2024 GER 34 GER 58 GER 68 GER 174

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 1 1 1 1[DNC] 2 3 3 [6] 1 3 [4] 2 3 3 4 2[DNF] 5 4 [7] 6 4 2 6 [6] 5 5 4 5 5 [7] 6 7 2 8 8[DNF] DNCDNC

Total 4 9 11 15 18 19 20 34

R1 R2 3 1 1 6 2 5 7 2 5 8 4 11 13 4 8 9 15 3 9 10 6 14 14 7 11 13 16 12 10 20 12 18 19 15

Total 4 7 7 9 13 15 17 17 18 19 20 21 24 28 30 30 34

Kehraus - Steinhude Germany, September 20/21 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Kilian L. König 2 Jan Lechler 3 Bernd Schreiber 4 Shmuel Markhoff 5 Jörg Herrmann 6 Gordon Fischer 7 Elisa König 8 Kai Schäfers 9 Thorsten Wenten 10 Joachim Setzepfandt 11 Hartmut Wesemüller 12 Dietmar Engelke 13 Edwin Neue 14 Björn Althaus 15 Klaus Gaede 16 Horst Schäfer 17 Caroline Rudorff

Crew Johannes Brack Jens Salow Martin Romberg Mircea Carp Oliver Hyzyk Peter Baxmann Tom Greten Michael Happich Stephan Handick Steffen Gröning Jürgen Hobein Svend Vieweg Henner Heeg Lutz Althaus Lars Ulrich Jürgen Grölle

sail nr. GER 113 GER 100 GER 40 GER 98 GER 219 GER 1976 GER 133 GER 111 GER 173 GER 153 GER 1777 GER 259 GER 41 GER 99 GER 151 GER 136 GER 92

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Jupp Wanders Michael Haupt Jan Borowski Hans-Albert König Kurt Prenzler Tobias Stüppardt Markus Fleischer Tony Lyall Olaf Ballerstein

Walter Scherb Wolfgang Höft Niels Schlaack Malte Schirren Heinz Bollweg Tobias Bertram Axel Busch Colin Burns Jobst Wellensiek

GER 139 GER 182 GER 202 GER 13 GER 66 GER 46 GER 48 GBR 386 GER 28

18 19 21 17 23 16 20 21 17DNC 22 23 24 22 26 24 25 25

37 38 39 41 44 45 46 50 50

IDM - Konstanz - Germany, September 24/28 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Hans-Peter Schwarz 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Helmut Löther 4 Andreas Kunze 5 Stefan Beichl 6 Shmuel Markhoff 7 Christian von Mulert 8 Thorsten Wenten 9 Jürgen Groß 10 Karsten Keil 11 Rolf Albert 12 Irek Pierwola-Gorski 13 Kurt Müller 14 Ralf Bundel 15 Tobias Frank 16 Jochen Spaan 17 Christian Schäfer 18 Marco Lieberth 19 Christoph Baumann 20 Wolfgang Dietrich 21 Ralf Vogel 22 Kurt Prenzler 23 Alexander Schmid-Siegl 24 Thomas Seltmann 25 Simon Hirscher 26 Bernhard Keller 27 Franz Menzer 28 Hans-Albert König 29 Helge Lehner 30 Robert Ness 31 Petra Schengber

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Crew Roland Kirst Michael Lisken Michael Klawitter Josef Seebauer Adrian Beichl Mircea Carp Peter Mühlhauser Stephan Handick Philipp Schay Frank Descher Lutz Albert Piotr Tyszkiewicz Ralph Aicher Svend Vieweg Simone Frank Thomas Voigt Niels Drobny Mario Götz Michael Koller Robin Götz Stefan Burger Heinz Bollweg Wolfgang Skoda Sigi Lang Philipp Kyewski Bernd Fischer Ernst Hiegele Jörn Kulb Claudia Lehner Peter Hebel Thomas Krüger

sail nr. GER 87 GER 199 GER 91 GER 51 GER 187 GER 98 GER 130 GER 173 GER 74 GER 16 GER 213 POL 7 GER 103 GER 259 GER 86 GER 79 GER 68 GER 211 SUI 6 GER 224 GER 178 GER 66 AUT 40 GER 1705 GER 1911 GER 61 GER 11 GER 13 GER 96 GER 58 GER 218

R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 3 1 [11] 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 5 [7] 1 4 1 [DNF] 4 8 10 7[DNF] 2 2 1 [7] 3 6 7 3 3 6 6 7 [9] 6 9 4 8 5 [11] 8 11 [22] 14 4 4 13 4 [15] 15 3 8 10 6 5 13 9 [19] 7 10 [20] 5 18 5 18 5 14[OCS] 8 6 9 14 [18] 9 13 12 11 15 11 11 12 [16] 16 16 [19] 10 14 14 19 13 17 [23] 15 17 14 19 [23] 19 17 18 12 17 21 [22] 16 13 15 18 30[DNF] 10 10 OCS 12 16 16[DNF] DNF 17 20 [28] 25 19 15 23 22 8 21[DNF] DNF 20 DNF 9 12[DNF] DNF DNF DNF 12 18[DNF] DNF DNF DNF 25 27[DNF] DNF 22 21 13 20[DNF] DNF DNF DNF 24 17[DNF] DNF DNF DNF 26 26[DNF] DNF 21 DNF 29 28[DNF] DNF 24 DNF 27 24[DNF] DNF DNF DNF 31 29[DNF] DNF 25 DNF

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Nebelpokal - Berlin - Germany, September 27/28 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Ralph Jambor 3 Bernd Schreiber 4 Jan Lechler 5 Ulrich W. Schäfers 6 Kai Uwe Lüdtke 7 Jörg Herrmann 8 Björn Althaus 9 Frank Kanig 10 Jürgen Deutschmann 11 Peter Kleffe 12 Steffen Heyde 13 Tobias Stüppardt 14 Georg Altenhain

Crew Torsten Bahr Jens Schreiber Martin Romberg Jens Salow Michael Happich Karsten Klenke Oliver Hyzyk Lutz Althaus Sven Hermenau Steffen Uhlemann Christoph Körner Alexander Nordalm Edwin Neue Bernhard Mende

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 GER 19 2 1 1 [DNF] GER 135 1 2 4 [6] GER 40 6 [11] 2 3 GER 100 3 3 5 [7] GER 111 [9] 4 3 4 GER 206 5 [8] 8 1 GER 219 4 5 7 [8] GER 99 7 [9] 9 2 GER 216 [8] 7 6 5 GER 20 11 6 11 [12] GER 240 10 10 [13] 11 GER 105 [DNF]DNF 10 9 GER 46 13 12 [14] 10 GER 189 12 [13] 12 13

Total 4 7 11 11 11 14 16 18 18 28 31 34 35 37

Lemmer - The Netherlands, September 27/28 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Klaas Tilstra 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Toos Zandstra

Crew Theo Rutten Cor Huisman Durk Zandstra

sail nr. NED-348 NED-25 NED-341

R1 R2 1 1 3 2 2 3

R3 1 2 3

R4 3 2 1

R5 1 2 3

R6 3 2 1

R7 3 1 2

Total 10 11 12

FD-Cup - Eching - Germany, October 3/4 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Markus Pöllath 2 Rolf Ortmann 3 Robert Ness 4 Alois Mögele 5 Leonhard Lieret 6 Marc Strittmatter 7 Andi Gruber 8 Roland Jörg 9 Svend Vieweg 10 Ulrich Groß

Crew Tommy Danninger Franz-Josef Schild Peter Hebel Kurt Seemüller Stefan Striedel Ingmar Bertling Jacob Danninger Bernhard Kögel Michael Widenmayer Alister Mc Cowan

sail nr. GER 56 GER 1843 GER 58 GER 1750 GER 1742 GER 172 GER 57 GER 1915 GER 259 GER 1929

R1 1 2 [5] 3 [6] 8 4 7 9 10

R2 R3 R4 1 1 [DNS] [4] 4 1 3 2 2 [6] 3 3 2 5 4 [9] 7 5 5[DNF] DNS 7 8 [DNS] 8 6 [DNS] 10[DNF] DNS

Total 3 7 7 9 11 20 20 22 23 31

Gulcher Memorial - Loosdrecht - The Netherlands, October 11/12 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Henry Koning 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Bas van der Pol 4 Pieter Staal 5 Fred Schaaf 6 Erika Geelkerken 7 Kai Schaefers 8 Klaas Tilstra 9 Wouter Molenaar 10 Tom Hijmans 11 Chris van Veen 12 Toos Zandstra 13 Ulrich Schaefers 14 Edwin Neue 15 Hugo Maarleveld 16 Jens de Waard 17 Clovis Buijs 18 Tony Lyall 19 Frank Nooijen 20 Enno Kramer 21 Tanja Heijink 22 Philippe van den Haute 23 Willem Reijling 24 Ruud Journee 25 Jupp Wanders 26 Piet van Loo 27 Derek van der Vorst

Crew sail nr. Rob Taal AHO-3 Niels Kamphuis NED-25 Mark van der Pol NED-32 Theo Rutten NED-348 Casper Schaaf NED-5 Sjors Riemslag NED-122 Peter van Koppen GER-88 Paul van der Pol NED-4 Frans Dagelet NED-2 Louk Nelissen NED-311 Christiaan van Veen NED-69 Durk Zandstra NED-341 Michich Happich GER-111 Caroline Rudorff GER-41 Roy van Swol NED-340 Guido Sol NED-30 Marleen van Ballegooijen NED-315 Colin Burns GBR-386 Ronald Huisman NED-18 Ard Geelkerken NED-26 Gijs van Daal NED-33 Koen Muilwijk BEL-15 Carlo Brugman NED-35 Rene Journee NED-70 Joachim Setzepfandt GER-139 Ichau Marc BEL-9 Michiel Kotting NED-240

R1 R2 1 2 4 4 2 1 8 7 7 6 5 10 6 3 10 5 9 8 14 9 13 15 11 14 12 12 18 11 dns 19 15 16 16 13 17 18 21 17 3 dsq 19 20 20 23 23 21 24 24 22 dns 25 22 dnf 25

R3 1 4 5 3 2 8 7 6 9 15 10 14 11 18 13 19 20 17 16 12 dns 22 21 dns dns 23 24

R4 R5 3 2 2 1 8 12 6 4 9 6 5 3 7 5 1 13 10 8 4 9 11 10 ocs 7 15 17 12 11 14 15 16 14 18 18 13 dns ocs 16 dns dns 17 19 22 22 21 23 19 21 20 20 23 24 24 25

Total 6 11 16 20 21 21 21 22 34 36 44 46 50 52 61 61 65 65 70 71 75 86 86 88 90 92 98

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Hunger-Gedächtnis-Preis - Wannsee - Germany, October 18/19 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Bernd Schreiber 3 Hans-Albert König 4 Ralph Jambor 5 Petr Storch 6 Jörg Herrmann 7 Frank Kanig 8 Peter Kleffe 9 Georg Altenhain 10 Pavel Fiala 11 Jochen Spaan 12 Alexander Nordalm

Crew Torsten Bahr Detlef Schmidt Tom Greten Jens Schreiber Zanker Zbynek Oliver Hyzyk Sven Hermenau Christoph Körner Bernhard Mende Roman Houdek Thomas Voigt Arndt Becker

sail nr. GER 19 GER 40 GER 13 GER 135 CZE 14 GER 219 GER 216 GER 240 GER 189 CZE 1 GER 79 GER 105

R1 R2 R3 1 1 1 2 2 4 [7] 5 5 4 6 3 3 3 [8] 5 4 2 6 [7] 6 10 8 9 9 [12] 7 [11] 11 10 8 9[DNC] [12] 10 11

R4 R5 1 [3] 4 [9] 2 1 [8] 2 5 4 [6] 5 3 6 7[DNF] 11 8 9 7 10 10 12 11

Total 4 12 13 15 15 16 21 34 35 37 37 44

sail nr. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 GER 88 2 1 1 1[DNF] NED 25 1 3 2 2[DNS] NED 5 [4] 2 3 3 1 GER 173 3 [8] 4 4 2 GER 41 [8] 4 5 5 5 GER 153 6 5 6 [7] 4 GER 1777 7 7 [8] 8 3 GER 139 9 10 7 6[DNF] NED 304 [12] 9 10 9 6 GER 35 10 6 9 10[DNF] NED 35 13 11[DNS] 11 7 GER 10 5[DNF]DNS DNS DNS GER 73 11 12[DNS] DNS DNS

Total 5 8 9 13 19 21 25 32 34 35 42 47 51

FD-Cup - Xanten - Germany, October 25/26 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Thorsten Wenten 5 Edwin Neue 6 Joachim Setzepfandt 7 Hartmut Wesemüller 8 Jupp Wanders 9 Carlo Brugman 10 Christian Grothe 11 Willem Reijling 12 Ernst-Hermann Pilgram 13 Wolfgang Christ

Crew Peter van Koppen Niels Kamphuis Casper Schaaf Stephan Handick Henner Heeg Artur Schedlinski Jürgen Hobein Walter Cherb Johan van Werkhoven Thomas Grothe Jelle van Leukem Helge Pilgram Wolfgang Remy

UK Midland Area Championships - Rutland - Great Britain, October 25/26 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Jon Williams 2 Tony Lyall 3 Toby Barsley-Dale 4 Victoria Samuel 5 Julian Bridges 6 Lucy Lingard

Crew Alex Rodgers Colin Burns Jamie Whitaker Steven Samuel Jon Priest Gareth Russell

sail nr. GBR 369 GBR 386 GBR 338 GBR 383 GBR 380 GBR 378

R1 R2 R3 1 2 1 2 1 2 DNSDNC DNC DNCDNC DNC DNCDNC DNC DNSDNC DNC

R4 R5 1 3 5 DNF 2 1 3 2 4 4 6 5

Total 5 10 21 23 26 29

USA National Championships - Santa Cruz CA, USA, October 30/November 2 2008 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Lin Robson Simon Garland 2 Paul Scoffin Pavel Ruzicka 3 Tim Sayles Russ Miller 4 Zhenya Kirueshkin Stepanpff Kurt Henmingsen 5 Jim Algent Bruce Barrett 6 Greg Cole Duane Ehleringer 7 Buzz Ballenger Gary Budell 8 Mke Meszaros Mark Darley 9 Alain Yergeau AlexandreNAdeau 10 Jason Lawerence Frank Lawrence 11 JJ Jimenez Peter Henck 12 Saul Schumsky Aurre Honerman 13 Michael Spranger Carmen Spranger 14 Derrick Hiltz Mike Hiltz 14 Gordon Dollar Jonathan Clapp

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sail nr. USA 36 NZL 145 USA 251 USA 1 USA 87 USA 109 USA 1434 USA 88 USA 111 USA 1403 USA 1451 USA 96 USA 188 USA 311 USA 814

R1 R2 1 2 2 1 4 4 5 5 3 6 6 3 8 7 9 8 7 9 16 16 11 10 12 11 10 16 16 16 16 16

R3 3 1 5 2 4 8 6 7 9 16 16 16 16 16 16

R4 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 5 9 16 16 16 16 16 16

R5 2 1 3 7 4 6 5 8 9 10 16 16 16 16 16

R6 1 2 3 4 7 6 5 8 9 10 16 16 16 16 16

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Dr. Gizmo complains More than fifty years after its conception the Flying Dutchman still effortlessly holds on to its undisputed status of Lion King in the jungle of dinghy sailing. Surely, the FD’s sailing performance is indeed more than respectable. However, it is probably fair to say that the boat owes a substantial chunk of its enduring legacy to its sheer looks. Just marvel at that elegant scoop, culminating in the sturdy bow, radiating at the same time manly aggressiveness and female elegance: more classic than the Mondschein Sonata. Park the FD next to any one of those modern thirteen-in-a-dozen skiff-things and ask, pointing at your victim’s pitiful front side: “You call that a deck? ...Now that’s a deck” as you triumphantly turn to your FD and measure its foredeck with broad arm gestures. But, certainly, more than anything else, the Flying Dutchman’s secret shockand-awe weapon is its huge genoa. The overlap of this foresail extends two thirds of the way to the transom offering a silhouette that make the boat instantly recognizable from almost any distance. If any single detail stands out as a symbol of the FD’s masculinity, it must be its genoa. But what has happened? Two Dutch wimps, claiming to be FD sailors, have done the unthinkable. They have irreverently and willfully castrated the alpha-male, by replacing its proud genoa with a pansy, faggoty

handkerchief. One of the FD Bulletin’s own paparazzi was able to secretly photograph the result of these guys’ misguided tests. Just take a look at the picture below and shiver with sheer disgust. Why did they do it? Their utterly unconvincing defense is as follows: First: the guys claim that they are way too light for an FD: together they weigh in at a pitiful 140 kg. One wonders why they don’t buy a 470 or a 29-er to play with the other kids, but granted, with that crew weight an FD is probably overpowered at any wind speed over 8 knots or so. Second: they claim that the standard genoa has too much overlap to be efficient. Just look at the wings of glider planes and modern high tech sailing machines; it is high-aspect wings and rigging that seem to be the in-vogue-thing if you want performance and pointing ability. It is with the utmost reluctance that Gizmo has to admit that this argument is not entirely nonsensical. Thirdly: safety; the FD genoa is so big that it is all but impossible to spot any competing boat to leeward. Countless collisions have ensued from this total lack of visibility.The smaller sail allows a clear view behind the leech of the jib. What a bag of rubbish: if you can’t take the heat, stay away from the fire. No matter how reasonable some of the arguments for the small sail may seem, they do nothing to relieve the dismay of your narrator. It simply amounts to nothing but blasphemy. Luc-

kily, these poor twits have had little or no success with their new gadget. In races they are where they belong: at the back of the pack. But let they be warned: if, god forbid, they ever start winning with this sail, they better opt for personal protection. Early snapshots of the FD with the handkerchief hoisted.

International FD Calender December 31 / January 11 World Championships Napier

New Zealand

February 2009 22-2

Skirennen Lammeralm

Austria

March 2009 19/21 Euro-Cup Altea 11/22 Regata nazionale 28/29 FD-Cup Duisburg

Spain Italy Germany

April 2009 9/11 11/13 18/19 18/19 25/26 25/26

Easter Criterium Marina di Carrara Easter Regatta Loosdrecht Konstanzer Auftakt Trapezregatta Steinhude Sandlerregatta Eixendorf Wannseepokal

Italy The Netherlands Germany Germany Germany Germany The Netherlands Italy Germany Austria Germany Germany The Netherlands Germany Germany

June 2009 6/7 Medemblik 6/7 Walter Pasquini Trophy 13/14 Bayerwaldpokal

Regata nazionale FD-Cup Simssee Kiel Week Zell am See FD-Regatta Rothsee

Italy Germany Germany Austria Germany

July 2009 4/5 Kuhschelle Alpsee 16/19 IDM Plauen 18/19 Sächsische Meisterschaft 31 / August 7 World Championships

Germany Germany Germany Medemblik The Netherlands

August 2009 15/16 Sieben Schwaben Alpsee 21/23 North Garda Trophy Riva (Euro-cup) 29/30 Herbstwettfahrten Steinhude

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September 2009

May 2009 9/10 Voorbraassem 9/10 Regata nazionale 9/10 Steinberger Krug 15/17 Austrian National Championships 16/17 FD-Cup Staffelsee 21/23 FD-Cup Ammersee 29 / June 1 North Sea Regatta 30/31 Pfingstwettfahrten Steinhude 30/31 Scharmützelseewoche

20/21 20/21 25/28 27/28 27/28

The Netherlands Italy Germany

05/06 05/06 11/13 12/13 12/13 19/20

Zuiderzeeregatta Goldener FD Italian National Championships Attersee Herbstwettfahrten Happurger See Kehraus Steinhude

The Netherlands Germany Italy Austria Germany Germany

October 2009 03/04 FD-Cup Eching 03/05 Nebelpokal Berlin 17/18 Ganshaut Staffelsee 31 okt- 1 nov FD-Cup Xanten

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December 2009 6/12 Nikolausregatta Tegernsee

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3rd International Skiing Championship for FD-Sailors 2008

2 March 2008 Organized by the Austrian FD Class Organization Lammeralm / Langenwang Text: Heinz Waerder (AUT-9) Translation: Casper Schaaf The Skiing Championship for Flying Dutchman sailors on the 2nd of March 2008 was the only skiing event in the entire area that was finished that day. Because of the effects of hurricane Emma all organized skiing matches in the area had to be cancelled that Sunday. As a consequence, for example, all ski lifts from Stuhleck, Semmering and Präbichl were out of order. Although the first squall on Mount Lammeralm had already been very heavy that Saturday, there was no big damage. Later on, the squall was followed

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by hail storms, transforming into snow storms. But, since the wind mainly came from a west to west-north-westerly direction, Mount Lammeralm was in a secure position, preventing the wind from blowing in full strength. Nevertheless, at the first gust of wind the power supply on the Lammeralm ski arena had already been interrupted by fallen trees. Since the power on the Lammeralm was still down on Sunday March 2nd, the chair lift was out of order, causing us to be thrown back on the diesel-operated drag lift. The power supply for the time registration was also down. But, because the staff of Ski arena Lammeralm had with exemplary conduct arranged an emergency power assembly from the fire department, the races could have a punctual start on Sunday, despite the circumstances. Despite the unfavourable weather conditions – on Sunday morning there was wet, fresh

snow on the run and rain from above – 70 of the 100 expected contestants came to the start. Without a problem the giant slalom on the FIS-race track - organized by ÖSV-trainer and race leader Sabine Lair – could be run by the FD sailors and the Prater Tennis club players (whose race was being held at the same time as the FD-race). The winner of the 3rd International Flying Dutchman skiing championship was Thomas Oswald, from Salzburger Yachtclub in 52,76 sec., followed by Kenneth Andersson (54,13) from Swedish sailing club Delfinen and crew of the Swedish champions FD team, and last year’s champion Wolfgang Sitzwohl (55,36) from Yachtclub Odysseas-Graz. Among the tennis players of the Prater-Tennis club Peter Krassel from KSV was the best, followed by Heinz Waerder from SV-SchwarzBlau and Herbert Hrdlicka from the Vienna Cricket Club. An interesting detail about this Peter Krassel is that he ended 4th in the Austrian giant slalom championships in the 1960’s, beating Karl Schranz – who in this race ended 7th - , in those days a sensation for a skiier from Austria. It seems that Peter Krassel (JG 42) hasn’t lost his skiing skills yet. The ski arena on Mount Lammeralm, both renowned as family skiing area and as training mountain for the Austrian Skiing Assocation (the Görgl sisters and Karin Blaser have trained here for their World Cup races!) had the preparations for the skiing run perfectly under control, even among such extreme weather conditions. And so, thanks to that, the conditions for all the races were good.


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Results Technical information: Name of run: FIS-Rennstrecke Start: 1250 m Finish: 1020 m Altitude difference: 230 m

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Name

Class

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Children I + II female 1

Club

Time

Oswald Elsa

01 KI

Salzburger Yachtclub

0:29.00

1

Children I male 4

Silly Martin

01 K I

YC Odysseus-Graz

0:28.08

Oswald Laurenz

98 K II

Salzburger Yachtclub

0:24.22

1 2 3

Children II male 6 Women 32 18 33

Kiss Gertrud Waerder Birgit Schmid-Siegel Katharina

74 D I 95 SCH I 90 JUG II

ERBE Segelclub/ HUN UYC Neusiedlersee UYC Stammverein

1:02.06 1:03.94 1:05,65

1 2 3

Men AK III and IV 43 49 51

Waerder Heinz Sedlak Willi Herrlin Bengt

41 AK IV 45 AK IV 54 AK III

UYC Neusiedlersee UYC Neusiedlersee SS Delfinen/Sweden

0:57.90 1:11,76 1:31,40

1 2 3

Men AK II 59 60 57

Oswald Thomas Andersson Kenneth Schmid-Siegel Alexander

65 AK II 67 AK II 61 AK II

Salzburger Yachtclub SS Delfinen/Sweden UYC Stammverein

0:52,76 0:54.13 0:59.19

1 2 3

Men AK I 61 64 21

Sitzwohl Wolfgang 68 AK I Schmid-Siegel Maximilian 92 JUG I Schmid-Siegel Nikolaus 94 SCH II

YC Odysseus-Graz UYC Stammverein UYC Stammverein

0:55.36 1:01.76 1:09.51

1

Guest class Women 35

Harrer Elfriede

40 D IV

Sunbeam 25-Class

1:07.58

1

Guest class Men 75

Sebestian Alexander

77 AK I

2 3

65 67

Harrer Wolfgang Szivats Rainer

37 AK V 52 AK III

V.Ă&#x2013;.Yachtsport and Windsurfschool / Korsar-Class 0:56.20 Sunbeam 25-Classe UYC Neufeldersee/ Korsar-Class 1:05,28

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1:02.70

FD-Family results 1. FD-AUT 86/ Fam.Oswald 1 59 Oswald Thomas 2 6 Oswald Laurenz 3 1 Oswald Elsa 2. FD-AUT 40/ Fam. Schmid-Siegel 3 57 Schmid-Siegel Alexander 1 64 Schmid-Siegel Maximilian 4 33 Schmid-Siegel Katharina 2 21 Schmid-Siegel Nikolaus 3. FD-AUT 9/ Fam. Waerder 1 43 Waerder Heinz 2 18 Waerder Birgit 3 17 Waerder Claudia 4. FD-AUT 11/ Crew/ Fam. Sitzwohl 1 61 Sitzwohl Wolfgang 2 31 Silly Martina 3 4 Silly Martin

3:06,42 65 AK II 98 K II 01 KI 61 AK II 92 JUG I 90 JUG II 94 SCH II 3:09.78 AK IV SCH I SCH I 68 AK I 71 D I 01 K I

0:52.76 0:24.22 0:29.00 3:06,60 0:59.19 1:01.76 1:05.65 1:09.51 0:57.90 1:03.94 1:07.94 3:12.39 0:55.36 1:06.51 0:28.08

Factor 2,511 Factor 2,511

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Factor 2.511

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4th International Skiing Championship of the Flying Dutchman Sailors 2009 NENNLISTE

4. Internationale Skimeisterschaft der Flying Dutchman-Segler 2009 mit Gästeklasse für Segler anderer Klassen

NOTICE OF RACE 4 th International Skiing Championship of the Flying Dutchman Sailors 2009

Bootsklasse Segelnummer Steuermann

Vorschoter

Ehefrau/Begleiterin

Ehefrau/Begleiterin

Kind 1

Kind 1

Kind 2

Kind 2

Familienname Vorname Segelclub Jahrgang Altersklasse Telefon-Nummer Fax-Nummer e-mail Straße PLZ,Ort Familienname Vorname Jahrgang Altersklasse Familienname Vorname Jahrgang Altersklasse

Giant Slalom – One Heat 22 nd February 2009 in Langenwang/Lammeralm Start 10 30 a.m. Course: FIS Giant Slalom - International Open, All Age Groups

Familienname Vorname Jahrgang Altersklasse

Datum

Unterschrift

4th International Skiing Championship of the Flying Dutchman Sailors 2009

Organizer: Austrian FD - Class Organization Management: Heinz WAERDER Organizing Club : Ski and Racing School Mürztal Rescue Service: Mountain Rescue Langenwang Race Director: Sabine LAIR

4th International Skiing Championship of the Flying Dutchman Sailors 2009

Eligible:

Awards ceremony:

a) All FD-Sailors, who are Members of the national FD-Class organizations and their crews, as well as their spouses and children b) In the Guest Class Sailors of all other Boat Categories can participate

Sunday 22nd February 2009, 15.00 hours, Restaurant Koiser, afterwards get together for all participants in relaxed atmosphere.

Race Committee: Classification of Age Year of birth Groups: Year of birth 2000, 2001 or younger Ladies´ General Class 1979 - 1989 2000, 2001 or younger Men´s Class V 1929 - 1938 1998, 1999 Men´s Class IV 1939 - 1948 1998, 1999 Men´s Class III 1949 - 1958 1996, 1997 Men´s Class II 1959 - 1968 1996, 1997 Men´s Class I 1969 - 1978 1994, 1995 Men´s General Class 1979 - 1989 1994, 1995 Snowboard Class 1992, 1993 Family Team Classification: 1992, 1993 The three best times of a FD- family 1990, 1991 are scored 1990, 1991 Ladies´ Class Guest 1949 - 1958 1959 - 1968 Men´s Class Guest 1969 - 1978

Entry Form should be sent to:

Day-passes:

AUT 9 Heinz WAERDER, A-2380 Perchtoldsdorf, Zandergasse 9 or heinz.waerder@gmail.com Tel 0043/1/8652721

Day-passes are available at reduced prices at the ticket counter of the Skiarena Lammeralm.

No entries will be accepted after Wednesday, February 11th 2009 14.00 hours:

Start-numbers:

Children, Pupils, Youth Class 5,– € All other Classes 10,– € The entry fee per FD-family has to be deposited before 11th February 2009 with remark „FD-Skirennen 2009“. Please supply name, sail number and age group with year of birth. Bank account: Kt.Nr 03668005313 Bank routing number: 53000 NÖ HYPO-BANK For transfer from abroad IBAN: AT685300003668005313, BIC: HYPNATWW

Entry fees :

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Draw : Wednesday 11th February 2009, Austrian FD – Class Organization Distribution: Sunday 22nd February 2009, 9.00 – 10.00 hours, Restaurant KOISER, 50m above the Base Station of the chair lift.

Ski Rental: Rental Skis available from Skiarena Lammeralm as of 9.00 a.m. on the race day.

Ski and Racing School Mürztal, Tel.0043/3854/2337

Accomodations: Information and Tourist Office Langenwang Tel. 0043/3854/6155-16

General Information: The Race will be organized according to the IWO (Internationale Wettlaufordnung). The Organizer denies any liability for accidents involving participants and third parties. Prizes will be awarded only to participants who will take part in the awards ceremony.

JOIN US! We look forward to a large turnout !

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Obituary Hans Schelling Hans Schelling died on the 20th of may 2008 at the age of 53 on de consequences of a draining disease. Until the last moment he stayed optimistic and kept on sailing, his passion. When he realized sailing became more and more difficult to him, he was broken. Hans was a very talented sailor. He started to sail in a Dutch youth class at the Kagerplassen near his home town. As a young boy he had to cycle back and forth quite a distance to be able to sail. Later he bought himself a second hand FJ, refitted and modernized the boat and became a Dutch Champion and was also present in international events. After finishing his education as a physiotherapist he started his own practice and was able to put more money in his passion.

In 1982 he started racing in the Flying Dutchman in a B&C and he bought a new Mader in 1983. With his tactical insight as a talented helmsman, his length and weight he was an ideal crew and with his helmsman Henri Koning they became the leading Dutch team. In Holland the building of the KDV FD had started and Hans was very interested and involved in the further development of it. Hans wrote some articles about the trim of a FD in various wind strengths in the Dutch FD flyer to share his experience and knowledge with other Dutch sailors. Hans was a modest man and had no big talk, but was always willing to help his fellow sailors to become better. Ultimately he and Henri sailed several KDV’s and became elected to sail for Holland at The Olympics of Seoul in 1987. They retired as a team in 1989 shortly after becoming Dutch champions in 1988. But occasionally he crewed with me and was especially pleased about the bigger spinnaker. Still interested in the FD, Hans and Henri Koning took care of several training sessions for the Dutch FD class in early springs, After his FD career Hans started sailing in a typical Dutch class, the Falcon class, a class with a lot of experienced and competitive crews. In a short time he had a good speed and was in front of the fleet. I think a very few people knew ass much as he about hull

Obituary Thecla Gulcher van Styrum

Obituary Tom Clancy

It is with sadness that IFDCO reports the death of Thecla; second wife of Conrad Gulcher whose vision and inspiration led to the design and development of the FD Class.

It is with great sadness that the British FD Class reports the death of Tom Clancy following a heart attack whilst visiting the USA. Tom was a very loyal supporter of the FD Class. He kept his FD at Grafham Water and participated in numerous FD events in the UK and was always friendly and his sense of humour provided great entertainment at each event.

Thecla worked very hard for the FD Class travelling around the world supporting Conrad who was IFDCO General Secretary until 1988. After his death in 1989, Thecla continued to provide guidance and inspiration and was always very kind and considerate and keen to extol the virtues of the FD. Thecla awarded the prizes each year at the Conrad Gulcher Memorial regatta held at Loosdrecht the birth place of the FD. At the 50th Anniversary Regatta, Thecla was delighted that the FD Class was still alive and well.

Tribute from David Wilkins Tom and I first met in 1978 when Tom was looking to get an FD with the idea of doing an Olympic campaign. He soon realized what it took and he decided his best efforts would be to help us with ours. He took on the role of fundraising for our campaign as there was very little money available from Ireland. He raised the money that bought the new boat – IR5 that we went on to win a silver medal in. He also supported us through 1980 by acting as our support at most major events.

dimensions and mast sail combinations. A skill he made himself in his former classes the FJ and FD and still keeping contact and discussion with Johan Vels of KDV. Hans was a long time figurehead of the Falconclass and became several times Dutch champion. He made a short sidestep to the Finnclass but returned to the Falcon after the revealing of his disease, and also because he missed the sailing on a nice afternoon with his wife Els and daughter Femke. Hans will be missed greatly by his family, friends and all the sailors who have had the privilege to sail with and against him. May he rest in peace.

Rien van Paridon

He was with us in Tallinn for the Olympics – which he always said was one of the high spots for him. That was a bit of a battle with the ISA – but he had given us huge support and deserved to be there more than anyone in Ireland. He eventually inherited that boat, Glenfarne (named after his beloved home town in Ireland) from us in 1984. He continued to support the class from 1980 (when he sailed IR4) until very recently when his poor health restricted his sailing. I know he loved sailing the FD more than any other boat and enjoyed the company of all the British FD fleet. His dry sense of humour will be missed by all who knew him. We all send our condolences and best wishes to Teresa and his three daughters.

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FD Shop collection, list and prices FD Shop collection, list and prices: a) FD Tie (Silk, blue or red colours) b) FD Scarf (Silk, FD new Logo) c) FD Badge d) FD Table flag, incl. flagstaff, 30 cm e) FD Flag f) FD High Tech Plans and Specifications g) FD Mylar Plan with templates ( Centrebord & Rudder full size) h) FD Sticker, 10 cm. Diameter i) FD Car window (inside) stiker “See me, feel me, fly me” l) FD “Cadiz 1992” Video VHS m) FD WC “Den Oever 1998” Video VHS n) FD EC “Dervio 2003” Video DVD o) FD EC “Dervio 2003” Photo DVD p) FD “Dream and Reality” Video DVD q) FD Class Book

€25.0 €30.0 € 7.0 € 7.0 €60.0 €45.0 €45.0 € 1.0 €2.50 €12.0 €12.0 €18.0 €18.0 €18.0 € 3.5

If you’d f you’d like to order one or more of these items, you can contact Alberto Barenghi at fd.ita-7@albertobarenghi.com . Once the payment is received at the IFDCO bank account stated below, the ordered items will be shipped to you.

International Flying Dutchman Class Organization Abcoude the Netherlands Account: 60.79.71.169 Bank: ABN-AMRO BIC: ABNANL2A IBAN: NL58ABNA0607971169

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IFDCO information If you would like to become an IFDCO class member, please contact the National Secretary in your country/area. The annual contribution will be

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€20.00 and will be collected by the National Secretary. For this fee you will receive a copy of the Flying Dutchman and a coloured year sticker, which is to be glued to the IFDCO membership card. You can also choose to become a lifelong member of the IFDCO. 1) Full Member €20 (annually) 2) Life long Member €620 (under age 40) €450 (age 40 to 49) €255 (age 50 +) To participate in a European- or World Championship both helmsman and crew have to be IFDCO members. An IFDCO year sticker of the current year has to be shown to the Measurement Committee during the measurement. If you didn’t receive this years sticker, please contact your National Secretary. No sailor will be allowed to start without the current year sticker.

Sail Buttons Every FD sail made after September 1984 must show a Sail Button. Racing in an international regatta without the sail button is not permitted. Sail buttons can be supplied by the National Secretary or by the sailmaker. Sail buttons cost €18 each. An amount of €12 will be added to each international post order.

International Class Fee Sticker To participate in an international regatta your boat has to show an International Class Fee (Royalty) Sticker.The sticker costs 112.11 Pounds and must be obtained from ISAF, Ariadne House, Town Quay, Southampton SO 14 2AQ, United Kingdom Phone: + 44 - (0) 23 - 80 635.111 Fax: +44 - (0) 23 - 80 635.789 E-mail: secretariat@isaf.co.uk NatWest Bank, Sort Code 60 07 03 Account n°: 71243461 SWIFT/BIC RBOSIMDD IBAN GB92 NWBK 6007 0371, 2434 61 Usually the yacht yards, contact ISAF directly and deliver the boat with the International Class Fee Sticker. In such a case, the owner of the new FD will pay the sticker to the boat yard.

Meaurement Certificate A measurement certificate is only issued for boats with a valid measurement form and the International Class Fee sticker. To obtain or prolong a measurement certificate and to registrate a change of ownership you can contact Zsofia Csanda. csandazs@t-online.hu Address: Kondokert 10, 1025 Budapest, Hungary Phone: + 36 - (0) 1 - 200.1102 Fax: + 36 - (0) 26 - 564.121 Mobile: + 36 - (0) 70 - 380.8783

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Periodical of the International Flying Dutchman Class. Interviews, rankings, Events and much more

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