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Flying Dutchman Bulletin

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Editorial GER 172 Marc Strittmatter and Sami Leitl

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Dear FD sailors and friends of the world’s finest and fastest regatta dinghy, a very eventful season with a very large and tremendous World Championship as well as many regattas and championships now lies behind us. We report for the first time herein about all the championships as well as being successful in obtaining images from almost all championships and publishing them within these pages. In addition, apart from few exceptions, we now have dates for national championships for 2017 and for the world championships in 2018 and 2019. Both by active participants as well as from behind the scenes, much has been achieved: We have however discontinued the FD Forum, which Sjors Riemslag and his team maintained with great ambition and much, much effort for many years. In the name of the entire active FD world, we express our sincere gratitude for all your commitment! At the same time we have launched a facebook presence at www.facebook.com/sailifdco/ and set up a marketplace at sailifdco.com. These two matters and several other things besides are being managed by a young crew from Lake Ammer, Bavaria: Tim Wechsler and Benedikt Nagel of GER 90. Many thanks for all your support to you two as well. If anyone wishes to find out more about this crew, please read the report on the Steinhude World Championship.

For several years Philipp Zingerle, AUT 38, has been producing a really fine FD calendar. Now Philipp and I have designed the 2017 calendar together and shall publish it in the name of IFDCO. You can order a copy at info@sailifdco.com for €10.00 plus postage. Proceeds from calendar sales will benefit a new generation of FD sailors: All proceeds from this year will be invested in the Austrian FD class promotional boat. If this project is a success, we shall sponsor further FD class promotional boats in the coming years or junior teams of smaller FD classes. And we shall also make copies of the calendar available to smaller international classes in support of their promotional work. So that’s almost all for 2017. Enjoy your read, and good luck with planning the current and coming season! MARC STRITTMATTER Vice President Communications IFDCO

President´s letter...........................................4 FD Half Model.......................................................5 Dates...........................................................................6 Minutes IFDCO Annual GCM...........................7 Spain......................................................................... 12 Italy........................................................................... 14 FD Worlds Germany...................................... 16 Australia.............................................................. 21 New Zealand....................................................... 22 USA............................................................................. 24 Netherlands...................................................... 26 Poland.................................................................... 28 Czech Republic.................................................. 30 Hungary................................................................. 32 Austria................................................................... 34 Italy........................................................................... 36 Germany................................................................ 38 FD Worlds Italy................................................ 40 Results................................................................... 44 Imprint.................................................................... 50 Advertising......................................................... 51

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President‘s Letters

Dear Fellow FD Sailors! It seems so long ago now where as in fact it was only 5 months ago that the class gathered in Steinhude for our 2016 World Championships. With 113 boats from 15 countries it was one of the largest fleets in we’ve had in the post-Olympic era. It proved to be a fantastic event both on & off the water. As a spectator on the water, there appeared to be some great competitive racing all the way down the fleet with many changes in position throughout all the races. The challenging and sometimes unpredictable winds ‘throwing’ up some unexpected results but that’s one of the attractions of sail boat racing! Congratulations to Jǿrgen & Jacob Bojsen-Mǿller who once again stood on the top step of the podium as World Champions Hannover Yacht Club did a fantastic and our thanks go to all on the organising team, the club officials & the members for all their hard work in helping to make it such a successful event. Elsewhere, once again it’s been another great season with so many fantastic events around the World. One thing I’m encouraged by is the increased number of competitors that are travelling to regattas and Championships organised by their ‘neighbouring’ countries. It is essential for the countries with the smaller fleets that we continue to support them in this way. It’s therefore important that National Secretaries communicate with each other when planning their championships and big regattas so as to avoid a ‘clash’ of dates. Something new for 2017, Marc is planning on producing a worldwide Regatta calendar for the year so can I ask all National Secretaries to send him dates of all their major events as soon as they are known. For me the most satisfying and pleasing thing I’ve seen this season is the big increase in the number of youth teams racing the FD. There is no doubt this is in part due to the ‘promo’ boats in Austria, Holland and especially in Germany. I realise that not every country has the resources to do the same thing but we now have a strong

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nucleus of young teams on which to build, so IFDCO and the National Class Organisations both need to think of other ways to get young people sailing in our lovely boat. I was still as school when I had my first sail in an FD, and it’s only because the teachers and members at the club took the time to encouraged and supported me that I was able to buy my first boat and now here I am 45 years later still passionate about everything FD. So here is my Presidential challenge for 2017, let’s see if every country that has 10 or more boats, can attract a new team of young people where the combined age of both helm and crew is under 40 years of age. If you succeed please let us know. Just to remind you, our 2017 World Championships will be in Scarlino, Italy from the 22nd – 20th September. It’s a beautiful venue and I’m confident it will be a great event so let’s try and get a big ‘turn out’ from as many countries and continents as we can. It was with great sadness that I heard of the recent death of Ulrich Schafers. Ulli as he was known to us all in the ‘dinghy park’ with his fleet of boats carrying the Commodore name and distinctive GER 111 personal sail number. He was real character always smiling, friendly and willing to make the time to have a chat and a laugh, often of course over the obligatory beer or two. His long association with the Flying Dutchman started back in 1968 and over the years Ulli has been an ardent supporter of the Class and was a regular competitor at so many regattas and championships around the World. To me Ulli was not only a fellow competitor but a friend and I’m sure he will be greatly missed by all those that knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Hannelore, children Anke & Kai and the rest of his family during these difficult times. Just as this season in drawing to an end in Europe so does this article, hopefully I will be fully recovered & sailing again in time for the start of next season, so hope to see many of you again next year. Tony LYALL President IFDCO


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It gave me great pleasure at the prize giving in Steinhude to present a half model to two former members of the General Committee in recognition of their outstanding service. First was to Fred Schaaf who served as Class Treasurer for 9 years, and the second to John Best who stood down as Chief Measurer after the Worlds in Steinhude having held the position since 2006. Four other worthy recipients will be presented with their awards at the earliest opportunity, they are Peter Hinrichsen who’s served on the General Committee for over 20 years, firstly as North American Commodore going onto to become VP Technical & Chief Measurer, Stephen Parry for 18 years as VP Championships, Peter Doran who was our General Secretary for 12 years and last but by no means least Alberto Barenghi who before becoming our President for 14 years first served on the General Committee as Mediterranean Commodore for 18 months. Each half model is hand made by FD sailors from Tegernsee in Bavaria. The hull form is based on Trophy first presented to Muxl’s father in the 1960’s. The Black/Silver ones are to be present to host clubs and used as prizes. They will also be available to purchase at a cost of 150 Euro each plus package & postage. The limited edition gold versions are reserved for those that have given distinguished service to IFDCO. So a very big thank you must go to Marc, Paul & Muxl for designing and making these wonderful trophies and as you can see from the photos they look just great. TONY LYALL President IFDCO

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Dates

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2017 February 02.02. – 05.02. New Zealand National Championships Nelson 24.02. – 26.02. Australian Championships Sorrento Victoria March 16.03. – 18.03. EURO CUP Spanish Championship Altea

Arpil 29.04. – 01.05. Austrian Championship Neusiedler See

May 25.05. – 27.05. EURO CUP Ammersee

June 03.06. – 05.06. EURO CUP Dutch National Championship (TBC) 23.06. – 25.06. Italian Championship Porto San Giorgio

July 27.07. – 30.07. Int. German Championship Röbel/Müritz 27.07. – 30.07. British Open National Championship Hayling Island

August 18.08. – 20.08. EURO CUP Achensee 23.08. – 26.08. EURO CUP Lake Garda 25.08. – 27.08. Polish Championship Otmuchow Lake

September 08.09. – 10.09. EURO CUP Czech Championship Nechranice 14.09. – 17.09. Hungarian Championship Balatonföldvár 22.09. – 30.09. FD Worlds Scarlino

2018

July 21.07. – 28.07. FD Worlds Netherleand – Medemblik

2019

February 13.02. – 21.02. FD Worlds New Zealand – Nelson

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GCM

Minutes IFDCO Annual General Committee Meeting

Place: Hannoverscher Yacht-Club, Steinhude, Germany Date: Thursday, 26th May 2016 Begin: 16:00 End: 19:45 Participants: Executive Committee: • Tony Lyall (President) • Peter Van Koppen (Treasurer) • Jan Lechler (VP Championships) • Marc Strittmatter (VP Communications) Administrative Officers: • John Best (Chief Measurer - retiring) • Zsófia Csanda (Boat Registration) Commodores: • Ian McCrossin (AUS & NZL) • Fred Schaaf & Carlo Brugman (NED) • Tom Greten (GER) Also present • Meike Greten (General Secretary Designate) • Tanja Heijink (Chief Measurer Designate)

TOP 1 Presidents Opening Remarks The President Tony Lyall opened the meeting and thanked everyone for their attendance and submitting of their reports.

TOP 2 Apologiesa for Absence Apologies were received from Paul Hemker (VP Technical) and Ed Cox (General Secretary – retiring).

TOP 3 Confirmation of the Minutes of the AGCM – Sydney 2015 The Minutes of the AGCM held 6th January 2015 in Sydney were agreed. The Minutes of GCM September 2015 in Umag were agreed.

TOP 4 Matters arising from those Minutes not covered by Agenda items No matters raised.

TOP 5 Class Organization Update General Secretary: Ed Cox is standing down as General Secretary. Tony Lyall recorded his thanks for everything he has done over the last 3 years. Meike Greten had been duly nominated as the new GS. There being no other nominations it was resolved that Meike Greten be elected as General Secretary. VP Technical: Paul Hemker has completed his first 3 years as VP Technical, and has agreed to stand for another term, there being no other nominations it was resolved that Paul Hemker be elected for another 3 year term. Chief Measurer: John Best is standing down as Chief Measurer after these Championships having done an excellent job in that role for many years. He is proposing that Tanja Heijink takes over his role. Tanja Heijink has attended an International Measurer (IM) Seminar and passed her test, and is just wai7


ting approval to become an IM by World Sailing at their conference in November. Resolved that Tanja Heijink be appointed as a Chief Measurer. VP Development: No nominations were received for the position of VP Development. Tony Lyall will take care for an appropriate suggestion. The President Tony Lyall thanked everyone for all their hard work over the last 18 months.

TOP 6 President‘s Report The President Tony Lyall presented his ‘bucket’ list of things he wanted to achieve as President of the IFDCO • be more transparent, open and democratic about our decision making • improve communication with National Class Orga nisations & members etc. • be more accountable financially • to have an accurate & up to date annual Internati onal Membership list • to increase the number of young people entering the class • attract a major Class sponsor The decline in active sailors and in particular the fall in the number of sailors/teams attending regattas and championships in several countries for instance GBR & USA is a real concern and something we on the GC need to be aware of and act upon accordingly. It’s great to see that we have a nucleus of young sailors joining the class. The group from Germany is very enthusiastic and we need to encourage and support them whilst at the same time working with other countries to follow their ‘lead’ as they are the future of the Class. The President’s Report of Tony Lyall was adopted. TOP 7 General Secretary Report There is no report from the General Secretary, it is the same as in the last Bulletin.

TOP 8 Treasurers Report Fees: • It is important to inform the sailors what the IFDCO does with the fees for the class. The IFDCO needs to act more transparent. • The FD class organization has a low fee compared to other classes. • The dues were put up in 2014 from 20 to 25 € and in 2015 from 25 to 30 €. A goal for increase of membership dues is the support of younger sailors and a new measurer trailer. • Decision was made to leave membership subscrip tion fee in 2017 as it is (30 €). Trademark : • The IFDCO has a trademark. Peter van Koppen will talk to Alberto Barenghi about the background (why, what, payment, bill). The intention was once to get better sponsors. • Decision was made to stop the trademark effort because the class doesn’t get better sponsors. The Treasurers Report of Peter van Koppen was adopted.

TOP 9 Accounts for year 2015 The Accounts were shown and explained by Peter van Koppen.

TOP 10 Update on 2016 to date -

TOP 11 Proposed Budget for 2017 The budget for 2017 will be proposed later in 2016.

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TOP 12 Sub-Committee Reports i. Technical Sail numbers and country markings from spinnakers were eliminated to allow easier sale of spis since the numbers are normally stenciled. There was a request for reducing weight of the mast. Decision was made not to reduce the weight of the mast, keep it at 8.5 kg and ask the manufacturer to reinforcements in spreader, gooseneck and deck area. There was a request for changing the sail fabrics to maylan mail sails. Decision was made that there won’t be a change in sail fabrics for the FD class. The Technical Committee Report from Paul Hemker was adoped. ii. Sponsorship & Promotion • A solution is needed, currently the class is suppor ted by Bojsen Möller, Koenig Sails, Württember gische Versicherung with Kai Schäfers and Mader • Meike Greten will talk to Sponsors who supported the Worlds in Steinhude iii. Communication • Homepage - Several technical and content updates have been done • Social Media - Set up of a sub-working-group to inform sailors actively and regularly • Forum - The forum was taken out of the website. A new marketplace will be published where people can sell FD stuff and buy things. • Bulletin - The new design was developed with Caroline Rudorff. Jon Smale helped with the translations. - For the advertising billing a process has to be set up with Peter van Koppen • NATIONAL CLASSES – latest developments in contacts - POLAND

• new fleet (mostly from Cadet Class) • New homepage • New contact: Maria Sliska (maria@m-info.eu) - Brazil • Small fleet inn Sao Paolo • New contact: Roberto Montenegro (ralm@montenegrocons.com.br) - New Zealand • New PR Officer: Dave Hislop (dave.j.hislop@gmail.com) - Australia: • Contact lost, nobody in charge - USA: • No response from National Secretary Chris Liberti • Slow contact with Buzz Ballenger – no information about any regatta!!!!!!! - Chile: • Contact lost. The Communication Report of Mark Strittmacher was adopted. iv. Finance Peter van Koppen presented the budget and realization of the IFDCO. In 2015 a net result of -3.950 € were planned. The IFDCO realized a net result of -947 € in 2015. The reason for the higher costs are the travel costs and container grants for the Worlds outside Europe and the investment in a video trailer. The IFDCO has currently about 72.000 € in the bank. The Finance Report of Peter van Koppen was adopted. v. Championship including future Championship Jan Lechler reported that he had a written contract with Russia for the Worlds 2017 in St. Petersburg where all points were very clear. In March this year, their problems got bigger and bigger with money and support of the Russia Sailing Federation. The project was stopped. 9


New bids to host the World Championship 2017 were received from Spain (Altea), Portugal (Tavira) and USA (St. Petersburg) and an updated bit from Italy (Scalino, who wanted to host the Worlds in 2018 first). Decision was made that the FD World Championship 2017 will take place in Scalino. Decision was made for 2018 (European place required) in July at Medemblik NED, 2019 (overseas) in January at Nelson NZL The Championship rules need to be revised. Tony sends out the rules and everybody of the AGCM should read and comment it with follow up mode. The Championship Report of Jan Lechler was adopted.

v. USA No representative in the meeting.

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b. If there is a change in ownership of a FD an info has to be send to Zsófia Csanda. This informati on will be published on the website, bulletin and national secretary “What to do when selling a boat?” c. Zsófia Csanda will provide FAQ, Meike Greten will provide contract template d. Resposible is the national secretary.

i. Australia & New Zealand In Australia are 20 FDs of which 10 are sailing. New boats are build and imported. ii. Germany The class in Germany has grown with around 20 new sailors because of the Worlds. Germany had 2 promo boats, one has been sold because of the costs. Tom Greten asked to be more than careful with technical changes in the future to protect the existing members of the class. iii. Italy No representative in the meeting. iv. Nederland The Netherlands have 95 members of which 60 are IFDCO members. These are constant numbers. At championships 30 boats are starting, normal regattas are sailed with an average of 10 boats. There are 2 promo boats. At the annual meeting 50 members are around. The class is active but needs bigger numbers. Every 10 years there is a World Championship in The Netherlands for which the national FD organizations holds back money. Next one could be 2018 or 2019 in Medemblik.

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TOP 14 Boat Registration Report Zsófia Csanda • Boat registrations a. In 2015 five newly boats were registered. Till April 2016 seven new boats were already re gistered.

• Sail buttons a. There are around 300 sail buttons left. As the company which produced them disappeared the decision was made to change from buttons to stickers. The handling will be much easier. Zsófia Csanda will order 1.500 stickers at the end of the year. The Boat Registration Report of Zsófia Csanda was adopted.

TOP 15 Chief Measurers Report The Chief Measurer John Best described a successful measurement of the participants of the World Championship in Steinhude. They measured 113 boats within 19 hours. John Best did a detailed training on measurement procedures to Tanja Heijink. John Best is confident that Tanja Heijink is ready to be the next Chief Measurer.


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John Best points out that the procedure of on water measuring has to be defined as Tanja Heijink is an active sailor and would do the job just in case she can continue with FD sailing. John Best is retiring as Chief Measurer today. Jan Lechler and Tanja Heijink will thing of a better solution for future stickers. Tanja Heijink will put together a list with things an organization team of a World Championship needs to provide. The Chief Measurer report of John Best was approved.

TOP 16 Matters arising from the Competitors Forum & National Secretaries Meeting Trend: descending attendance at regattas. Courses were discussed Decision: Triangle, sausage Good meeting with open discussions. Meeting minutes will be send out by Tony Lyall.

TOP 17 World Sailing Meeting (ex “ISAF”) Decision: The FD class representative for the World Sailing meeting is Stephan Perry. His expenses will be paid by the IFDCO.

TOP 18 IFDCO AGCM 2017, election of officers for Executive & GC The next AGCM will be held in Scarlino at the Worlds 2017.

TOP 19 Any Other Business Euro Cup: • Think about proposal for Euro Cup

World Ranking List • Volunteer to take care of ranking list is Meike Gre ten. Tanja Heijink and Tony Lyall will send informa tion about the history and requirements to Meike Greten. Youth Grand: Proposal from Tony Lyall: • Aims: to promote & encourage greater participati on by young sailors at our World Championships. - To be known as Youth Grants - Grants only available for attendance at a World Championships - Grants available to anyone (helm or crew) under the age of 25 as of the published date of the first race - Applications forms to be submitted to the Gene ral Secretary prior to the Championship starting - Anyone applying for a grant must be a member of IFDCO at the time of making the application - Grants will only be paid upon attendance at the Championship - Grants will be paid by the Treasurer in cash (nor mally Euros) at the Championships event (to save costly bank charges) - Two levels of Grant a. Continental - Inter-continental - Level of grant to be agreed each year at the preceding AGCM - This grant is in addition to any container grant or other sponsorship deal that may have been agreed - Grant application form to be included with the NoR. & posted on the website - Recipients of a grant are asked to write a brief article for the International Bulletin, just a few lines about their experiences • For 2016 I’m proposing 75 Euro for Continental (in this case Europeans) & 150 Euro for everyone else

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On recent 17, 18, and 19 of March was held in Altea the 2016 Euroflying. At this edition a total of 15 sailing boats from three different countries were present. Eight from Germany, five from Spain and two Portuguese. First day we had sunny weather throughout the day. East winds ranging from 6 to 8 knots allowed three races in which GER-88, with its brand new PlanaTech, started to show its supremacy, although closely followed by GER 113 and GER 30. In the evening, the Altea Nautic Club offered to the participants a fantastic dinner of regional products. On the second day we had a partially clouded day with winds from the South between 4 and 6 knots. Two races were held dominated by GER 30 with first and second positions. Rest of the fleet navigated very closely to each other having a very competed race. Last day of competition was affected by cloudy bad weather and scattered rains. There were weak winds from South and two races disputed were won by GER 88. Along with the Euroflying was disputed as well the Spanish Cup which was won by ESP 69. We would like to thank once again to the German and Portuguese fleets for coming to Spain to compete in the Euroflying and spend some days with us. We look forward to meeting you again next year! Enrique Egea Moreno ESP-66

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EURO CUP Altea

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Criterium di Pasqua Marina di Carrara 24.03. – 26.03.2016 17 crews opened the FD regatta season in Bella Italia with the traditional Easter Regatta in Carrara. One Polish, a Swiss and three German boats attended the regatta with wunderful wind and weather. Again we were very pleased by the incredible hospitality of your Italian sailing friends. Professional race management on the water, nine races on two days, a superbe Dinner created a perfect weekend. Next year´s date is already fixed in our calendar! Bernd Grotzke and Christiane Barnes GER 2103

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It was once again a really big World Championship with many more than 100 boats. Quite some time before the event, it was already being considered how to get so many boats rapidly enough through the measurement points, and we learnt that it is really quite easy. The only requirements are to have at one’s disposal sufficient space, a good plan and a well-briefed team. Sufficient space on land was also certainly available, thanks to the cooperation of the HYC with its very hospitable neighbouring clubs. Very varied races with very divergent wind and weather

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conditions, and thanks to two starting areas – always sufficient room at the starting line and along the racecourse. An enormous event with many, many guests! The HYC team has shown how it’s done! And with Jörgen and Jacob Bojsen-Møller we have well-deserved and worthy world champions. In second place GER 88 Kay-Uwe Lütdke with Kai Schäfers led ahead of GER 113 Kilian König and Johannes Brack. Among many favourable and remarkable events during this world championship was also the fact that the FD class is also currently quite attractive for many young sailors

and teams. In fact 12 sailors under 25 had applied for and received a Youth Grant from the IFDCO providing financial support for participation in this world championship. At this point Tim Wechsler and Bene Wechsler GER 90 from Lake Ammer, Bavaria, report on behalf of the many young sailors and teams about how they experienced the 2016 world championship and how things will now be different with their facebook posts. Joining in as well were the German promotional-boat sailors Johanna Beichl and Franz Graf GER 2.


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FD Worlds 2016 20.05. – 29.05.2016

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Thanks to the application of all our highbar skills, on Thursday we just managed the measurement of the towing line that was 5 cm too short. Once more we used the last day before the races for extensive training and again, vigorously, we worked together with GER 172 and GER 2 honing our boat speed and we are now hopefully “ready for the worlds�.

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A very light wind awaited us on the first day of the World Championship. Nevertheless, all boats ventured punctually out and the first start was carried through on time. Above all, GER 172, Sami Leitl with his helmsman Marc Strittmatter, coped most favourably with such a wind and sailed into 39th place. Jojo & Franz were in 65th place and Tim & Bene could not quite find their composure and only just attained 93rd place out of 113 boats.

The second day appeared to be significantly better. With all crews well prepared and with good expectations of the conditions, they set out into wind strengths of between three and four. The race committee confidently carried through the three scheduled races. Everything ran considerably better today, and in almost all the boats as well. GER 172 Marc/Sami were able to secure their place among the leading half of the boats and sailed a good, constant


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series. Following their disappointing performance on the first day, for GER 90 Tim/Bene things were also finally running very well, although it could have turned out much better if several – some quite hectic – manoeuvres while running with the spinnaker had worked out. The missing weight in Jojo/Franz’s boat, GER 2, became clearly apparent. Particularly in the gusts, some severe, the two of them found

it difficult to cope, and in comparison with the others, they were unable to keep up with the tack point and the speed. Tomorrow we shall set off again with somewhat less wind. We’re looking forward to it . So long! GER 2, GER 90 und GER172

On the third day, a further two races were held in wind strengths of 2–3. GER 172 Marc/ Sami were able to further defend their place in the Goldfleet despite a blunder in the 6th stage and they now lie in 46th place. Unfortunately, GER 90 Tim Wechlser and Benedikt Nagel just missed the Goldfleet with their position in 61st place and landed in the Silberfleet with GER 2 Jojo/Franz, who are

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in 84th place. The 4th day remained ‘lay day’ so that the 6 planned races could be sailed on schedule. Despite the disappointment of losing out in a place in the Goldfleet, GER 90 and GER 2 in the Silverfleet continued their assault and pushed ahead against the very strong competition still here in the second group seeking ‘1st place in the second half’. We are all quite contented with our results up till now and we look forward to the last 3 races... :D So long! GER 90 Thursday thus remained the scheduled ‘lay day’ and due to insufficient wind following an attempted race, Friday also became an undesired ‘lay day’. On Saturday the Silverfleet sailed two more races, while the Goldfleet had three, due to the one previously cancelled. We achieved 76th place overall out of a total of 113 boats.

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World Championship 2016 Steinhude – over and out! The World Championship has now finally come to an end and we have all returned once again to our Bavarian homeland. All in all, it was a well-organised and successful event. We are all more or less contented with our sailing performances. The one or the other placing further forward would have been above all possible for GER 90 & GER 2, although we have all only this year switched around somewhat. We have learned much, and we already look forward to the next competition in Italy. The next regional regattas are coming up soon and the season is still long! GER 2, GER 90 More images from the World Championship can be found here: www.JM-Luftaufnahmen.de www.alilyallphotography.co.uk www.sorenhese.de

GER2 Johanna Beichel, Franz Graf


Australia

AUSTRALIAN FLYING DUTCHMAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 25TH TO 28TH MARCH 2016 Botany Bay NSW The Australian Championships were held on Botany Bay, Sydney over Easter 2016, hosted by the Botany Bay Yacht Club. We had forgotten how good sailing on Botany Bay could be with consistent 10 to 15 knot south easterly winds, very few other boats on the bay, and no ferries.

After each race, we had the pleasure of sailing from the course to St George Sailing Club on a 5 kilometre 2 sail reach up the Georges River. The Championship was hard – fought between Ian McCrossin and James Cook, and Lachlan Gilbert and Douglas Rawson-Harris, with the result only being decided in the last heat. The racing was close with Mark Henger

sailing with Stuart Edgar, and David Ham sailing with his son Andrew, also being near the lead on numerous occasions. At the AGM, a new administration was elected, with a very enthusiastic President Colin McLeod taking the helm. Our thanks go to Botany Bay Yacht Club for organising a fantastic regatta.

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N ew Z e a l a n d 29.01. – 31.01.2016 It was discussed during the 2014/15 NZL Nationals in Nelson after the Sydney Worlds, if we are possibly having a World Championships coming back to New Zealand, it was important to take our little fleet to places in New Zealand that hadn’t yet seen the power and beauty of the Flying Dutchman, at least in recent years. With that undertaking, the fleet approached the New Plymouth Yacht Club (on the western side of the North Island) to see if they could run a Nationals regatta for our class, within and alongside their annual Senior Club regatta, and on acceptance, the class was off to a new venue for our 2015/16 National Championships. A notable addition to the fleet after a 15 year hiatus was the MacKay built NZL 105, which has been refitted by Andrew McKee to an immaculate standard. For this regatta she would be sailing under the sail number NZL 7 driven by young Finn Bismark and crewed by his Dad, Matt. With a forecast for a light airs regatta, race 1 took no one by surprise as the fleet set off in a very soft breeze. Young Finn in NZL 7 made their intentions very clear from the outset, leading the fleet from start to finish in difficult and changing conditions, to take victory over renowned light airs specialist Hideo Tayama sailing with Tony Saunders (NZL 110).

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Race 2 started in a slowly building sea breeze that saw everyone on the wire and the fleet condensing together as the big shifts and pressure patches decreased. The pressure steadily increased throughout the race and along with it the need to change gears and depower for each combination. Smarting from a disappointing 4th in Race 1, defending champions Andrew McKee with Dave Hislop (NZL 111) pushed hard to take race 2 from Nelson super duo (both experienced FD helms) of Bruce Lissant- Clayton and David Gibb (NZL 118). Unfortunately the increasing breeze took toll on NZL 7, inverting and breaking their mast on a rapid 3 sail reaching leg, whilst they were contesting hard in the lead bunch. Race 3 saw a few of the crews changing Genoas as the sea breeze settled in at a good solid 16–18kts, with the sea state starting to build. The fleet, reduced by one before the start, recognized it was “batten down the hatches” and got set for some great rides. The only crews completing this race were NZL 111 and NZL 118. The remaining suffering gear damage (Joseph & Peter Bailey on NZL131 broken mast, and Mark Bishop with John Bailey on NZL 72 destroying Kicker and mast rake sheave) and NZL 110, after spending a considerable amount of time in the water cleaning up the boat following a capsize, electing to retire and preserve their bodies for the remainder of the regatta. Day 2 started like Day 1, with Race 4 beginning in a soft, shifting and patchy breeze. This time some brilliant sailing by NZL 118 saw them hold off the ever menacing NZL 110 to take the race victory, giving helmsman Bruce a well-deserved first heat win at a Nationals in over 3 decades of racing FD’s. Race 4 started with the sea breeze again building, albeit less than on Day 1, to compress

the fleet and give the local yacht club sailors sharing the course, a really good example of hard close FD sailing. NZL 111 took the victory off NZL 110, who was very closely followed by the whole fleet in rapid succession. With the sea breeze not filling above 12kts, again the fleet was tight with many lead changes, in what could be described as perfect FD sailing conditions. Unfortunately for NZL 7, after taking to the fleet with a perfectly timed port tack start, easily clearing the entire fleet to be in a commanding position, pulled up with what turned out to be a minor gear issue. Matt elected not to put any more of longtime sailing partner Andy’s rigs at risk and retired to the beach for repairs. Again NZL 111 fought off a strong challenge from NZL 118 to take another win. Day 3 started with an unusual offshore breeze and an earlier start time saw the fleet out in these different conditions. With the breeze coming off the land there were many gains and losses to be had and these are the conditions that many of us have found out over the years, NZL 110 is somewhat devilishly untouchable in. Hideo was at his best, winning race 7 commandingly and taking the number of different race winners for the regatta to four! In the same unstable light offshore breeze for race 8, after a poor start and crew swim, NZL 111 found a “Hail Mary” shift on the

1st beat. Far from the rest of the fleet, they gained enough lead to be able to mitigate NZL 110’s blistering pace to take another race win and with that take out the regatta. Race 9 started after a long wait, with the RO having to completely reset the course for a new breeze, on the other side of the shipping channel. Although now coming from the opposite direction, the breeze was still light and again NZL 7 showed us how different things could have been in the results without the mast breakage, clearing out on the fleet to take the race from NZL 110. The fleet will return to Nelson for the 2016–17 Nationals, which will be the same venue (we hope) to host the 2019 World Championships from. DAVE HISLOP

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U SA US Nationals in the Flying Dutchman Class – Columbia River Gorge 29 through 31 July 2016 FD sailors from the US and Canada, and one competitor from New Zealand (granted, he also lives in the US) came together at this amazing sailing venue where some of the world’s best windsurfers also like to compete. The Columbia River Racing Organization did a wonderful job in organizing several classes competing in the Columbia River One Design competition at the same time. There were two race courses. The bigger boats (the FDs included) had to sail upriver a longer distance to get to the start; wind regularly comes from the Pacific Ocean and continues building through the afternoon, blowing inland against the river current, resulting in a steep, short wake that is very challenging. The FDs shared the race course with the Moore 24s and the Melges 24s. First start was in medium but increasing winds. By the end of the day the FDs were struggling with wind and waves. We got four races in, and Paul Scoffin-Pavel Ruzicka (NZL-145) showed their abilities by winning those races. In second was Mike Meszaros-Gerhard Panuschka (USA-88). Paul sails a Mader, while Mike sails a Pacifica FD (local builder from Oregon, full carbon). The next day very strong winds were forecast due to a strong pressure differential between the coast and inland. The FD sailors got together and voted on whether

to chance going out in these conditions or to save boats and men for less demanding conditions the following day. The vote was unanimous, and we decided to watch the keel boats. The race committee was a little disappointed because they “enjoy watching the FDs perform”. In any case, the decision turned out to be a good one: we had sustained winds in the 30 mph range. It was interesting watching the Melges and the Moores struggle with even stronger puffs and steep waves. The FD sailors also took advantage of this break from racing. Buzz Ballenger, our Class President, organized a training session on how to trim FDs in strong wind conditions. Thanks also to Paul Scoffin and Lin Robson, everybody was able to learn a lot of new tricks. In the evening we were treated to a wonderful dinner where we heard some exciting stories from some of the sailors. On the last day we had three races left. Again, the wind was building over the afternoon, and by the start of the last race the FDs were again in survival mode. Paul and Pavel repeated their show of strength and won all races. Lin Robson-Kim MacDonald (USA-36) gave Paul and Pavel some good fights, and they were rewarded with second place overall. Third place went to our President Buzz Ballenger-Kurt Hemmingsen (the crazy crew from Denmark, US-1453), just one point ahead of the fourth place Mike and Gerhard, followed by Tim Sayles-Ondrej Lehecka (USA-1444), our Canadian friends Derrick and Jushua Hiltz (father-son team, CAN-298), Duane Ehleringer (builder of the Pacifica FDs, USA-8), and Peter Carr with his crew called Smalls (who is the size of a basket ball player, USA-1445). Peter is from nearby Seattle, and he again did a wonderful job in organizing trophies (and other goodies …), and being an all-around fun guy to be with. Overall everybody had a great time despite the strong winds on the second day. The travel distances in North America are a huge challenge: it took major planning to get boats from the East Coast to the Gorge, and our Canadian friends also had a long journey. Gerhard Panuschka

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Open Dutch Championship s Workum 09.09. – 11.09.2016 Six beautiful races were sailed at Workum on the IJsselmeer for the title “Dutch Champion Flying Dutchman”. Two days saw southerly winds of 4 Beaufort, which caused the well-known short, steep IJsselmeer waves. The third day the wind was too little to sail and all racing was abandoned. The conditions were ideal for teams that, under all circumstances, know how to get their boat going. Up front Enno & Ard in the NED-26 were the favourites and they lived up to those expectations. Frank & Sjors in the NED-18 also found their way quite well in the difficult choppy conditions. Most races showed a similar course in the front ranks: the NED-26 took off, followed by the NED-18 at some distance. Behind these two it was a lot more exciting, with the never-ceasing battle between Albert & Bas in the NED-15 and Fred & Casper in the NED-5 flaring up again. Almost every race it was close between these two, but in the end Bas & Appie came third just before Fred & Casper, leaving them with the writer’s honour for this event. Piet & Klaas in the NED-312 came fifth in the end after a stable series. With six first places Enno & Ard became Dutch Champion 2016 Flying Dutchman and indeed well-earned. Congratulations! The atmosphere was very good all throughout the weekend, obviously helped by the beautiful weather, but also due to the well-received parties on both evenings in the restaurant next to the slipway.

There was only one point of concern and that was the limited number of (foreign) competitors with only 16 boats, of which only two from abroad; a little disappointing for the organization. It was good to see Kurt Prenzler (GER-66) again. With Jupp Wanders (GER-139), Kurti and his crew Eric Schlißke, Tanja, Maarten, Albert, Bas, Thijs and Theo all in the same Workum hotel we had quite some memorable breakfasts together. Although the rest of the sailors, who all chose a comfortable camping spot next to the water, will certainly praise the joys of sleeping outdoors in such beautiful late summer weather. It was also good to see Theo & Thijs participating in the races despite their physical problems. The race committee was able to realize a series of good races with well layed-out courses. In consultation with the NFDO-board they experimented with two courses “triangle-loop-triangle” and “trapeze with (several) outer loop(s)” with different finish locations. Both forms were successful. With such brilliant weather – good wind ánd sunshine, what more could a sailor want? – and such excellent company on the water this was certainly a memorable Dutch National Championships. Hopefully we’ll see some more FD sailors joining us next year! Fred Schaaf NED-5

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Polish Championship Otmuchow Lake 26.08. – 28.08.2016

We had no written report from Poland when we finished this FD bulletin issue. Never the less the recent development of the Polish class is is too remarkable not to be mentioned. A good number of new faces can be seen on the water and the class launched a professional and great looking new homepage: www. sailfd.pl

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With 19 boats, 15 of these from Poland the FD class organized a strong National Championship which was won by Petr Storch and TomaĹ› Palkovsky from the Czech Republic. The next National Championship will again be held at Lake Otmuchov close to the Czech border and should attract many sailors from other countries! MARC GER172


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Czech Championship Nechranice 9th – 11th September 2016 22 boats (13 Czech, 4 German, 4 Polish, 1 Austrian) The 3 Czech boats in Austria’s Achensee Regatta intensively canvassed for participation in their championship, and for this reason they had rescheduled their dates (originally planned for the Achensee weekend). Since I had always wanted to sail with the Czechs, I used the journey home from the Austrian Championship as an excursion to Nechranice, a large reservoir not far from the border to Saxony, that is, to the east of the Ore Mountains. As our helmswoman I recruited my daughter Lisa and for our boat we received GER 213 (Rolf Albert), delivered by Felix Albert directly to Nechranice! Many thanks to them both! The weather conditions (again glorious late summer weather of about 30°C) promised nothing too good for the wind situation… The racing committee used the first consistent wind on late Friday afternoon for the first race: indeed, two fine races could be staged in wind strengths of 2-3 (the second was shortened, the night-time calm made its presence felt). Free beer was on offer directly thereafter, and sumptuous sailors’ dining in the clubhouse: Roast carp, no end of pork knuckle and musical accompaniment from the Czech sailors: Petr Jelinek (CZE 9) brought out his contrabass and variously accompanied the guitarists Petr (CZE 11), Milan (CZE 5) and Otakar (CZE 38). An entertaining repertoire of evergreens, country music and songwriter ballads brought about a wonderful atmosphere, and in between, photos were shown of both races.

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Unfortunately the weekend came to an end, at least for the sailing: no further races were staged; and thus unfortunately also not the championship either. After 2 races Jiri Hruby/Roman (CZE 21) won, ahead of Milan Cap/Zbynek Zanker (CZE 17) and Markus and Joshua von Lepel (GER 17). There was however a continuation of culinary offers, namely in a nearby guesthouse on Saturday evening with typical Czech cuisine: Liver-dumpling soup, meats with dumplings and pancakes for dessert! And thereafter, once again free beer and guitar music (with bass) in the clubhouse, for some: until long after midnight! I have seldom experienced such an easygoing regatta, and next year I shall be returning! To the Czech FD friends: Sincere thanks for the hospitality. Finally, some information about the FD class in the Czech Republic: • The new president is Petr Storch (CZE 11) • Next year the regatta at Achensee will count towards the ranking • Perhaps one will see even more Czech FDs in Bavaria and Austria in 2017 • There are also new crews, e.g. two young sailors from the Laser class (Jan Cutka and Zdenek Pavlicek, sailing in HUN 4) Manfred Panuschka FD AUT 368


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HUNGARIAN FD CHAMPIONSHIP 8. – 10. SEPT. 2016 BALATONFÖLDVÁR The late summer days, illuminated by warm sunshine, brought the weakening easterly wind we are so used to at this time of the year at lake Balaton. 8 - 10 knots, dropping down to 6 - 8 knots towards the end of the

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competition, still allowed for seven races to be successfully run. The line-up was smaller than it has been in previous years in the absence of our friends from abroad; still, the competition was great

fun and very enjoyable, highlighted by the exciting battle for the second place. Zsofia Csanda


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Austrian FD Championship 2nd – 4th September 2016, SCK/Attersee The Austrian Championship with 16 crews from Austria, Germany and the Netherlands took place during gorgeous late summer weather, although without the ‘Rosenwind’ (the famous thermal north wind at Attersee), but instead with 6 races in a southerly wind that however only blows in the early morning hours: Following a period of dead calm on Friday, the sailors had to line up at the starting line for the first race on Saturday ‘late at night’: at 6:30, sailing out onto the lake was arranged! The club’s catering appreciated the early-risers’ predicament and decided to get up at the same time so the sailors would be well fortified with breakfast when sailing out: since indeed the forecasted southerly wind became constant with a strength of 2–3 and we were able to start punctually at 7:00 (am!!!). The racing committee used the slackening wind for 3 races. From 11:00 the wind had dissipated, and we were then once again able to enjoy the exerted efforts of the SCK’s (Sailing Club Kammersee – the host) catering and the wonderful bathing weather (Attersee had 23°C and the air temperature was at about 30°C)… or catch up on the lack of sleep… On Saturday too, the Rosenwind did not materialise during the day, so the evening was rounded off with sailors’ fare in the SCK, although not late into the night, because once again sailing with a southerly wind was predicted for Sunday. Punctually at 7:00 the fourth race could be started, again in 2–3 wind-strength; now the 11 Aquila boats joined us which did not get in the way of the FDs; they were sailing their state championship and started 5 minutes after the FDs. Three fine races were again sailed, with the wind slacking off towards the end; the 4th race was ultimately cancelled: the southerly wind tailed off. The sailors unanimously decided not to start any further races, so the presentation ceremony was unhurriedly carried out at midday: in the end the Achensee

crew, Christoph Aichholzer and Philipp Zingerle won (after the first day the young Traunsee crew, Jakob Holzinger and Paul Srienz were really close behind, doubling right down on the Flying Tyroleans!). The Salzburg crew, Roland Leimgruber (a successful former Corsair sailor from Mattsee) and Thomas Oswald attained bronze in the Austrian Championship. Our Netherlands guests, Henri Koning and Robbert Taal however, were placed in front of them in 3rd place overall. This championship weekend was a successful occasion! Thanks to the confident and professional race committee, six fair races could be sailed despite the difficult wind conditions. On land too, we felt very contented as guests of the SCK, not least due to the good hospitality and catering. On the same dates next year (the first September weekend is anticipated) this preeminent regatta will once again be held at the SCK. We shall be very pleased to see lively participation from our neighbouring countries! Manfred Panuschka AUT 22

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EURO CUP Italian Championship 16. – 18. September 2016 Campione, Lake Garda Campione – so far south – is there any wind down there at all? Indeed, for some FD sailors north of the Alps the choice of this venue for the Italian Championship on Lake Garda raised a few questions. Especially because in the last few years the FD fleet routinely met in Torbole or earlier in Riva, and only then ventured further south as far as Malcesine solely for the world championship. Those who put aside their doubts were then able to experience some of the finest FD sailing and certainly did not complain about insufficient wind! Not only the spectacular location of the UNIVELA complex under the cliffs, but the entire furnishings of the modern and comfortable hostel, parking for campervans directly beside the boats, as well as the luxuriously wide slipway, all make Campione quite a remarkable venue. But also out on the water real all-embracing sailing was enjoyed: The first race was arranged for Friday at 12:00. Unfortunately – and this was virtually the only downer of this great regatta – the race committee idled away a punctual start set for 12:00pm, so that the decreasing wind strength was no longer sufficient to bring the second race to a successful conclusion. The first race went to the Vespasiani brothers, the titleholders, although wine tasting and an outstanding evening dinner made up a very nice consolation. That there might be some wind on Sunday could already be anticipated from the weather situation, but what then occurred was somewhat more than expected. The start was announced for 10:00 am, 300 metres paddling out to the wind’s edge and then we really took off: Winds gusting to 35 knots and one-metre

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waves was simply too much for most of the 35 boats. Just 11 boats managed to reach the finish, the rest gave up or struggled unsuccessfully against the severe conditions. In routined ease, HUN 70 was the fastest to sail the course and its crew then also performed a couple of training manoeuvres just to top it all: Hats off! After this exhausting race there was a long break on land with some more very spectacular boat rescues. After the north-wind significantly slackened, a further two races were started. HUN 70 confidently won both of these. ITA 4 was able to achieve 2nd place. Only an OCS and a 19th place in the final race on Sunday actually prevented a placing among the top three. The constant north-wind on Sunday, with light shifts to the east presented three additional, tactically demanding races. HUN 13 and ITA 94 were able to attain 2nd and 3rd place with very consistent performances. Altogether, the Italian Championship in Campione was a great finale to the season in Italy, so I very much hope to sail again in the regatta at Campione in an FD and to be a returning guest at UNIVELA. MARC GER172


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International German Championship Cospuder Lake, 06/10 – 09/10/2016 Even if the weather forecast was not very promising, over fifty teams gathered for the International German Championship at Cospuder Lake. Where was that, please? Indeed, Cospuder Lake near Leipzig where exactly 25 years ago the last freight train with brown coal from the open-cast mines finally drove off. The

lake was created and is still today part of an extensive lake-scape with high leisure value directly beyond the gates of the Eastern German boomtown of Leipzig. The lake is unfortunately not the largest of these new lakes, but on its shore a professional sailing centre was created 10 years ago which also houses Cospuder Yacht Club – organiser of the meanwhile

well-established FD season final and this year also of the International German Championship. Plenty of space for boats, trailers and campervans, a homely restaurant for the evening events, good organisation out on the water provided good general conditions for the International German Championship. Very changeable, partly strongly veering winds turned the 7 races sailed into a nervous balancing act for crews and organisers alike. The somewhat very variable performances from most teams are very real proof of the tactically difficult conditions. Deservedly, Kay-Uwe Lüdtke and Kai Schäfers were able however to so press home their lead that they didn’t even need to show up for the last race. Runners-up were Peggy and Torsten Bahr. In third place there was Hans-Peter Schwarz and Roland Kirst rounding off a very successful season. MARC GER172

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Flying Dutchman WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 22.09. – 30.09.2017 Why choose Marina di Scarlino? Marina di Scarlino is located in southern Tuscany, on one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the Maremma region. The Marina today is not just a top-quality mooring place, but an open door where visitors will find the very best of the culture, nature, and food and wine that the region has to offer. The Marina is set in a unique environment, away from the crowds and close to pristine beaches and the characteristic Mediterranean pine forests. The inland area behind the Marina forms the perfect backdrop, with a view of the medieval castle of Scarlino, one of the many medieval hamlets that line the Maremma hills; on the horizon out to sea are Elba and Montecristo, two of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. Marina di Scarlino’s surroundings are without a doubt one of its most appealing features: the Maremma region is one of the most fascinating and more or less off-thebeaten-track destinations in Tuscany – a land of good food and wine, culture, wild unspoilt nature and, of course, the sea in all its forms.

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FD Worlds Italy

Venue and Logistics • • • • • • • • •

Boats area: up to 120 boats can be accommodated in the boats’ area, inside Marina di Scarlino Parking: Very big parking area right outside the harbour to be used for all trailers and for daily sailors’ car parking. Walking distance from the boats’ area: 300 m. Facilities: Changing rooms, showers and toilets in different areas of the Marina •Measurements: Wide hangar to host sails and rigging measurements Regatta Village: the Regatta Village inside the Marina is available for the event, in order to host registration, briefing and all the socials. Press office: a professional press office will be supplied, with the experience and the contacts of Nautor’s Swan team Press room: a press room (with Wi-Fi connection) shall be arranged inside the harbour, nearby the race office Ramps: 3 ramps will be in use for the event (see in red in the diagram) Special corners for partners can be organised for small partners or technical assistance (if any). Accommodation: Resort Baia Scarlino apartments are located exactly inside the Marina. Many Agriturismo sites can be found at a short distance.

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Club Nautico Scarlino experience Here follows a brief selection of the main international events managed by Club Nautico Scarlino in the past few years: • 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013: Melges24 Circuit • 2008: Finn European Championship • 2008: Soling World Championship • 2008: X-35 National Championship • 2009: Laser Class Europa Cup (462 entries) • 2009: X-41 World Championship • 2009: Match Race National Championship • 2009, 2010, 2011: Melges 20 & Melges 32 Audi Sailing Series • 2010: X-Yachts Gold Cup (X-35 Worlds+X-41 Europeans+Family/Sport division) • 2011: X-Yachts Med Cup; Dinghy National Championship. • 2012: Finn Class European Championship • 2012: Campionato Italiano Classi Olimpiche • 2013: National Championship & Eurocup FD • 2014: Laser Class Italia Cup (282 entries) • 2015: Gazprom Swan 60 World Championship

RACE AREA Impossibile visualizzare l‘immagine. Less than 1 nm from the harbour Water depth: 20 m. No significant current Tidal range: +/- 15 mm

The Regatta Village

Wind Conditions In June or September the Maremma Sea normally offers a great variety of wind conditions. Here follows some details (referring to September 2013): Wind Average : 10.4 knots. Daily Averages: from 5.2 to 18 knots No Wind Days : 0 Plus 30 knots (High) Wind Days: 1 Temperature (High) Average: 23°C Wind Direction: SE - S - SSW - E - NE - Sea breeze WNW up to 10 knots in high pressure situations. Note that Sailing In and Out from the Marina is possible in every wind direction. Sources: Marina di Scarlino Instruments and Lamma Rete Toscana.

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Suggested location for Crew Dinner Party: Cala Felice (walking-distance from Marina di Scarlino)

Three types of apartments are available: Prestige (classic suite or sea-view suite), Duplex and Deluxe, whose details highlight just how well thought-out the entire concept is. The residential complex has an underground car park that is directly accessible from the apartment level and the square via the lifts or stairs. The attention to details can also be seen in the design and the colours, which have been chosen to guarantee guests a relaxing, comfortable stay. Resort Baia Scarlino apartments will be available to crews for special rates.

Maremma Tuscany: land of wines

(suggestions for lay day experience)

Resort Baia Scarlino: the suites Contacts

Club Nautico Scarlino Claudia Tosi Claudia.Tosi@marinadiscarlino.com +39 335 1920703

All the apartments are fully furnished and have large panoramic terraces around the harbour. Since early 2014, Resort Baia Scarlino has been managing the suites.

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EUROFLYING CUP ALTEA, Spain Pl

17.03. – 19.03.2016

Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7

Points

1 GER 88 LUDKE KAY-UWE/KAI SCHÄFERS

2 1 1 1 4 1 1

7

2 GER 113 KÖNIG KILIAN/BRACK JOHANES

1 3 2 3 2 2 3

13

3

GER 30

THOMAS SCHIFFER/ALEXANDER ANTERCHT

4

2

5

2

1

3

2

14

4

GER 98

SHMUEL MARKHOFF/AXEL PRIEGAN

3

4

3

4

5

4

5

23

5

ESP 69

JOSE SANCHEZ PASTOR/JOSE LUIS RUIZ GIRON

DNF

5

4

6

7

8

4

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6 GER 92 CAROLINE RUDORFF/MALTE BURKERT

7 8 7 7 6 6 6

7

GER 12

ERNST GRETEN/MARTIN NOLTE

10

10

6

8

3

7

8

42

8

GER 13

KÖNIG HANS ALBERT/ERIC SCHLIßKE

8

6

13

5

8

5

12

44

9

GER 66

KURT PRENZLER/WOLFGANG HÖFT

5

11

12

9

13

9

9

55

10

ESP 10

JUAN LUIS FRENICHE/DANIEL RODRIGUEZ

12

9

8

10

12

12

7

58

11

ESP 80

MARCO SEVILA SCHACHERMAIER/ROBERTO SEVILA BOTELLA

6

7

10

11

9

DNC

DNC

59

12

ESP 66

ENRIQUE EGEA MORENO/JUAN IGNACIO EGEA MORENO

9

12

9

14

10

11

13

64

13

POR 99

PEDRO FERNANDES/RAFAEL PARAISO

11

13

11

12

11

13

10

68

14

POR 77

JOAO PAULO LISBOA/JOAO PEDRO AUSEBIO

13

14

DNC

13

14

10

11

75

15

ESP 71

JOSE ANTONIO RIVERA PAGE/FERNANDO ALCARAZ

16

16

16

15

15

14

14

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Easter Criterium Marina di Carrara, Italy Pl

24.03. – 26.03.2016

Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4

1 ITA 4 Vespasiani/Vespasiani

1 1 (2) 2

2

5

ITA 10

Cipriani/Benedetti

3 ITA76 Barbieri/Carincola 4

ITA 94

Eustachi/Rossi

(6)

5

1

Points 1 2

(7) 2 1 5

6

2

4

(7)

6

3

5 ITA 109 Francesconi/Coloccini

(9) 4 4 4

6

GER 75

Zbil/Bichler

3

(12)

11

6

5

7

GER 187

Beichl/Aicher

(11)

5

8

10

7

8

ITA 102

Gregori/Gerunzi

8

3

3

(DNF)

DNS

9

ITA 9

de Castro/Badetti

4

(14)

7

13

3

10

10 GER 213 Albert//N.N.

(14) 9 9 7

9

11 ITA 8 Pardini/N.N.

6 8 12 9

(13) 11

12

GER 222

Albert/N.N.

12

11

(14)

8

13

ITA 46

Sodo/Cappiello

(18)

18

10

12

8

14

ITA 99

Vignacia/Coloccini

10

(17)

17

11

12

15

ITA 85

Tonzani/Colonna

(15)

10

13

14

15

16

ITA 12

Ardito/Fredianelli

16

13

15

(DNF)

14

17

ITA 105

Testini/N.N.

13

15

(DNS)

DNS

DNS

18

ITA 16

Ferretti/N.N.

17

16

16

(DNF)

DNS

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20.05. – 29.05.2016

Sail No. Helm Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Race 8 Race 9

Gold fleet 1 DEN 21 Bojsen-Møller Bojsen-Møller 2 GER 88 Lüdtke

Schäfers

3 GER 113 König

Brack

4 GER 19 Bahr

Bahr

5 AUT 38 Aichholzer Zingerle

9 1 2 (BFD) 1 1 4 1 (47) (17) 3 1 2 10 1 5 8 (9) 2 3 7 1 (29) 7 10 4 (13) (13) 4 12 5 1 6 1 6 (16) 7 (16) 2 7 2 6 (23) 2 7

6 HUN 70 Majthenyi Domokos

2 1 4 1 (6) 4 14 (18) 10

7 GER 98 Markhoff Happich

(7) 4 3 3 7 3 9 9 (22)

8 GER 87 Schwarz Kirst

5 8 1 2 9 (16) (16) 14 3

9 GER 199 Bogumil Lisken

4 2 5 7 16 (19) (11) 7 1

10 NED 26 Kramer

Geelkerken

6 2 4 (11) 2 4 (BFD) 13 12

11 GER 202 Borowski Borowski

9 5 5 3 (BFD) 3 3 25 (35)

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Results Pl

Sail No. Helm Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Race 8 Race 9

12

GER 35

Loewe

Hermenau

5

(17)

7

8

11

7

12

5

(31)

13

GER 14

Behrens

Stöckmann

1

(DNF)

3

5

18

20

7

16

(51)

14 CZE 11 Storch

Palkovsky

4 12 11 12 4 (14) (38) 22 11

15

GER 17

von Lepel

von Lepel

16

HUN 4

Ziegler

BalÌÁzs

8

(15)

13

13

7

5

2

(34)

34

(23)

11

17

8

12

10

(21)

10

15

17 GER 28 Ballerstein Wellensiek

(14) 9 8 4 6 9 20 (45) 28

18

GER 135

Jambor

Schreiber

10

13

15

(20)

14

10

(BFD)

20

5

19

AHO 3

Koning

Taal

3

(BFD)

19

25

4

2

17

21

(27)

20

GER 171

Jambor

22

4

9

(28)

24

3

(32)

Reumschüssel

16

14

21 GER 30 Schiffer

Antrecht

1

7 8 (DNF) 5 15 (BFD) 15 44

22

GER 222

Albert

Merz

6

23

13

10

3

(25)

8

37

(38)

23

GER 219

Herrmann

Hermann

21

13

(DNC)

19

16

17

18

(27)

2

24 GER 99 Budzien

Hohendorf

19 7 (20) 9 5 12 (43) 30 24

25

CZE 21

Hruby

Houdek

8

BFD

6

(BFD)

13

8

6

(DSQ)

8

26

GER 18

Langer

Günther

13

9

20

13

19

(24)

13

19

(41)

27

GER 60

Thiemann

Haase

24

12

29

6

(33)

5

15

(38)

21

28

GER 2099 Mätzing

Freye

18

10

(DSQ)

6

8

19

19

(DSQ)

33

29

GER 511

Priegann

15

6

16

19

22

(29)

(BFD)

11

40

Szyperrek

30 GER 76 Garzmann Schiermann

11 15 10 15 13 (18) (BFD) 17 50

31 GER 1976 Fischer

Müller

25 20 (28) 20 12 9 42 (46) 4

32 GER 210 Witte

Schulz

(22) 10 16 12 19 22 30 23 (37)

33

Schay

12

34 GER 187 Beichl

GER 74

Groß

Wiedemann

(27) 5 15 9 17 20 (BFD) 39 39

(BFD)

12

17

BFD

6

25

(29)

14

35

GER 209

Müller

Gaubisch

23

17

31

21

14

(37)

(27)

12

36

GER 92

Rudorff

Burkert

14

27

(36)

11

15

30

(32)

31

18

37

GER 103

Müller

Aicher

16

(UFD)

9

23

22

11

26

42

(48)

38

CZE 9

Jelinek

Hackl

37

(BFD)

17

15

11

15

(33)

28

25

39

AUT 39

Pfund

Zingerle

28

16

11

10

20

(29)

35

(43)

43

40

GER 177

Schröder

Schröder

22

14

9

28

(38)

28

28

36

(55)

26

41 GER 125 Fischer

Obermeier

31 18 32 21 (39) 24 37 (47) 6

42

NED 5

Schaaf

Schaaf

20

11

23

(BFD)

10

27

(BFD)

DSQ

20

43

GER 173

Wenten

Handick

31

(BFD)

24

14

18

32

34

(44)

17

Riemslag

24 (DNC) 22 17 25 36 (44) 24 23 (42)

21

31

24

13

12

29

26

3

22

(DNF)

DNC

8

34

(BFD)

33

19

(29)

21

19

16

17

21

45

41

(49)

26

24

10

16

24

(33)

(BFD)

40

42

44 NED 18 Nooijen 45

NED 19

Soederhuizen

van den Haute

46

GBR 387

Williams

Rogers

47

GER 91

Römmelt

Zeller

48

GER 13

König

Greten

49 GER 166 Forstmann Hampel

(36)

(34) 32 33 32 21 13 22 32 (BFD)

50

HUN 78

Argay

Polgar

19

8

6

(DNC)

20

22

(DNF)

DNC

DNC

51

GER 95

Gensch

Schulze

(40)

19

34

18

28

2

39

52

(53)

52

GER 12

Greten

Krüger

(43)

35

23

27

21

25

31

(35)

30

53

GER 240

Kleffe

Kleffe

16

37

35

(38)

3

30

(BFD)

48

29

54

GER 48

Fleischer

Busch

21

24

18

27

28

(34)

40

51

(52)

55 GER 102 Hotho

Hotho

12 28 40 28 (DNF) 18 41 (49) 46

56

Höft

(50)

GER 66

Prenzler

57 GER 172 Strittmatter Leitl

27

14

26

31

40

36

(50)

45

20 25 21 22 24 (47) (BFD) 53 54

Silver fleet 58

GER 213

Albert

Egelkraut

30

(DNF)

DNC

18

32

11

1

4

59

GER 898

Böhm

Bühler

28

25

41

(DNC)

23

21

16

1

Busch

29 38 27 (41) 37 23 2 3

60 NED 33 Heijink

Berry

32

62 GER 56 Pöllath

61

AUS 33

McCrossin

Danninger

26 18 18 (BFD) 41 35 14 12

26

(DNC)

DNC

15

17

10

6

63

NED 341

Schoor

Zandstra

10

36

26

(DNF)

33

52

13

2

64

GER 40

Schreiber

Kelm

27

38

24

23

27

(46)

17

16

65 GER 1777 Wesemüller Wesemüller

25 34 25 34 (39) 31 7 18

66

NED 311

Heijman

Nelissen

30

30

(40)

37

25

33

12

19

67

GER 105

Nordalm

Wohlrab

36

19

34

32

(44)

32

18

15

45


Pl

Sail No. Helm Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Race 8

68

GER 75

Zbil

Stephan

47

31

43

(DNF)

27

16

15

9

69

GER 133

König

Schmidt-Hellwig

45

34

27

22

(47)

36

5

25

70

GER 153

Setzepfandt

Hartmann

(52)

45

14

14

34

43

11

34

71

GER 233

Sänger

Fieger

34

33

25

31

37

(39)

8

28

72

NED 53

van Paridon

Pels

33

32

30

25

30

(37)

20

31

73

GER 111

Schäfers

Kindel

17

44

29

30

(DNF)

DNC

23

5

74

GER 15

Müller-Seegers

Müller-Seegers

(49)

28

26

31

35

35

45

8

75

GER 90

Wechsler

Nagel

(46)

40

32

29

26

13

DSQ

14

76 GER 2 Beichl

Graf

33 (46) 44 33 42 28 21 11

77

AUT 11

Moser

Sitzwohl

(54)

29

38

34

44

14

37

78

GER 46

Stüppardt

Bertram

(50)

42

33

26

26

38

24

27

79

GER 79

Spaan

Wieland

32

(DNC)

38

36

34

38

19

24

80

GER 29

Meyer

Meyer

44

36

35

38

29

(50)

6

38

81

SLO 4

Stoka

Pogacnik

40

(DNF)

46

39

47

40

3

13

82

GER 1808 Happich

Dömges

39

20

42

33

32

(46)

27

36

83

NED 122

Heeg

36

35

30

37

(40)

31

22

42

84

GER 1875 Richter

Bentz

48

(51)

45

43

38

39

4

21

85

GER 224

Fuchs

38

22

43

40

23

(49)

32

41

86 GER 84 Schulte

Schulte

(43) 40 41 40 31 27 26 43

87

NED 20

Brugman

Brugman

38

39

(45)

42

36

42

29

88

GER 178

Vogel

Schlißke

44

23

44

(DNF)

45

48

35

17

89

NZL 110

Tayama

Colombo

18

DNF

DNC

(DNC)

43

23

30

29

Berning Dietrich

20

26

90

GER 2052 Busch

Busch

(39)

37

39

36

36

26

51

33

91

GER 136

Schäfer

Pietsch

42

(43)

39

30

41

42

44

22

92

GER 131

Günther

Wedderwille

45

29

36

35

(49)

44

38

40

93

GER 93

Grölle

Baxmann

41

33

37

29

(42)

41

50

46

94

GER 266

Finkeldei

Meinders

53

(DNF)

37

35

50

41

25

37

95

NED 35

Reijling

Leidekker

48

41

28

43

46

(52)

43

30

96

ESP 66

Egea

31

(DNF)

DNC

40

45

36

23

Egea

51

97 GER 100 Lechler

Salow

41 DNC (DNC) DNC DNC DNC 9

7

98

GER 218

Krüger

Vieweg

35

99

GER 193

50

(DNF)

DNC

43

45

46

10 44

Voss

Bangert

46

26

47

44

(51)

51

28

100 GER 575

Albrecht

Albrecht

37

39

(DNF)

DNC

52

44

33

32

101 ITA 4

Vespasiani

Vespasiani

11

6

DNF

BFD

(DNC)

DNC

DNC

DNC

102 ITA 94

Eustachi

Rossi

DSQ

30

21

24

DNC

(DNC)

DNC

DNC

103 GER 2023 Grube

Sielken

(53)

42

48

39

35

47

49

48

104 MEX 126

Valdes Garcia

Valdes

47

47

(DNF)

42

51

48

31

51

105 GER 63

Dierker

Meyer

35

(DNF)

42

45

52

53

40

50

106 ROU 7

Mugescu

Carp

56

41

DNC

(DNC)

46

43

42

35

107 GER 114

Haupt

Morgenstern

49

(DNF)

47

46

50

54

41

39

108 GER 51 Wolf

Weber

(51) 44 49 44 48 49 48 45

109 GER 110

Kiel

Kiel

52

48

46

(DNF)

49

50

39

110 GER 179

Mader

Bittner

55

49

(DNF)

DNC

48

55

34

47

111 GER 182

Hirschmann

Panse

55

(DNF)

50

41

53

53

52

53

112 GER 163

Dierker

Dierker

57

43

48

(DNC)

53

54

53

52

113 GER 55

Linke

Bucher

54

52

(DNC)

DNC

45

51

47

DNC

Flying Dutchman Nationals 2016, New Zeeland Rank Skipper

49

29.01. – 31.01.2016

Sail No. Ranking Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Race 8 Race 9 Total

1st Andrew McKee / Dave Hislop

111

1

(4.0)

1.0

1.0

3.0

1.0

1.0

2.0

1.0

(4.0)

18.0

2nd Hideo Tayama / Tony Saunders

110

3

2.0

(3.0)

(DNF)

2.0

2.0

3.0

1.0

2.0

2.0

24.0

3rd Bruce Lissant-Clayton / David

118

4

3.0

2.0

2.0

1.0

(4.0)

2.0

(4.0)

4.0

3.0

25.0

4th Finn Bismark / Matt Bismark

7

2

1.0

(DNF)

(DNS)

4.0

3.0

DNF

3.0

3.0

1.0

36.0

5th Mark Bishop / John Bailey

72

6

5.0

4.0

(DNF)

5.0

5.0

4.0

5.0

(6.0)

6.0

47.0

6th Joseph Bailey / Peter Bailey

131

5

6.0

(DNF)

(DNF)

6.0

6.0

5.0

6.0

5.0

5.0

53.0

46


Results

Open Dutch Championship 2016, Netherlands

9.09. – 11.09.2016

Pl Sail No. Crew Points Races 1

NED 26

Enno Kramer, Alphen ad Rijn, Ard Geelkerken

5,0

(1)

1

1

1

1

1

2

NED 18

Frank Nooijen, Sjors Riemslag

10,0

(4)

2

2

2

2

2

3

NED 15

Albert van Vianen, Den Haag, Bas Wulffers

15,0

2

3

3

4

(5)

3

4

NED 5

Fred Schaaf, Abcoude, Casper Schaaf

20,0

3

(6)

4

3

4

6

5

NED 312 Pieter Staal, Klaas van der Spek

25,0

5

5

5

7

3

(9)

6

NED 19

Maarten Soederhuizen, De Bilt, Philippe Vandenhaute

30,0

7

(8)

6

6

6

5

7

NED 304 Johan van Werkhoven, Rotterdam, Arjen de Bruin

33,0

8

9

(10)

5

7

4

8

GER 66

Kurt Prenzler, Eric Schlißke

38,0

(dnf)

4

7

9

10

8

9

NED 53

Rien van Paridon, Koen Muilwijk

39,0

9

7

8

(10)

8

7

10 NED 33

Tanja Heijink, Mijdrecht, Maarten Bausch

50,0

6

(dns)

dns

8

9

10

11 NED 311 Tom Hijmans, Amsterdam, Louk Nelissen

55,0

11

12

9

11

(13)

12

12 NED 30

Luwe Evertse, Amsterdam, Kasper Spitse

55,0

10

11

(dns)

12

11

11

13 NED 348 Thijs Rutten, Berkel en Rodenrijs, Theo Rutten

67,0

12

10

11

(dns)

dns

dns

14 NED 10

Louis de Ruiter, Amsterdam, Eddy de Haan

72,0

13

13

(dns)

14

15

dns

15 GER 139 Jupp Wanders, Kleve, Paul de Schipper

73,0

14

(dns)

dns

13

12

dns

16 NED 20

73,0

(dnf)

14

dns

15

14

13

Carlo Brugman, Heesch, Wim Brugman

Polish Championship FD Class Pl

26.08. – 28.08.2016

Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7

Points

1 CZE11 STORCH Petr/PALKOVSKY Tomaś (1) 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

POL 7

ROKOSZ Maciej/TYSZKIEWICZ Piotr

3

4

2

2

3

(5)

2

6 16

3 POL 1 TYSZKIEWICZ Jacek/SOBIERAJ Katarzyna (6) 2 6 4 2 3 3

20

4

POL 8

BLASZKA Henryk/KLEDZIK Tomasz

5

(9)

3

6

4

4

4

26

5

POL 2

CHROBAK Mateusz/ŻARÓW Wojciech

2

6

7

(9)

5

2

6

28

6

POL 19

ŻEBROWSKI Paweł/ŻEBROWSKI Maciej

4

5

8

5

7

(9)

5

34

7

POL 133

ŚWIDERSKI Paweł/ZAWISTOWSKI Marcin

9

(11)

4

3

6

8

7

37

8

POL 47

MARCINKIEWICZ Mirosław/MARCINKIEWICZ Kamila

8

7

(11)

7

11

6

8

47

9

POL 38

LUNITZ Maciej/BERNACIAK Damian

(15)

15

5

8

9

10

9

56

10

POL 5

ŁUKASZEWICZ Konrad/ŁUKASZEWICZ Jan

10

16

(DNF)

10

12

7

11

66

11

POL 3

MARCINKIEWICZ Maciej/MARCINKIEWICZ Marzena

(DNF)

10

10

12

10

12

14

68

12

POL 22

FILIPIAK Zbigniew/BŁAŻYŃSKI Krzysztof

11

8

9

15

13

(BFD)

DNC

76

13

CZE48

LEHEĆKA Zdenek/ZALUSKI Kamil

14

12

14

(16)

16

11

12

79

14

GER 13 KOENIG Schappie/HOHBEIN Jurgen

7

3

12

(DNF)

DNF

DNC

DNC

82

15

POL 14

STAŃCZYK Jakub/AUGUSTIN Stanisław

13

(17)

15

17

14

14

10

83

16

POL 44

DERWINIS Tomasz/UKLEJA Piotr

12

14

13

14

15

(BFD)

16

84

17

CZE 38

ACH-HUBNER Otakar/KOPECKY Ivo

16

18

(DNF)

13

17

13

13

90

18

POL 1410 MIŚKO Maciej/ŻUROWSKI Marek

(OCS)

13

DNF

11

8

20

DNC

92

19

POL 21

17

19

(DNF)

18

18

DNC

15

107

KACPRZAK Janusz/KORNIEV Anatolij

Polish Championship Oldtimer Fleet FD Pl

26.08. – 28.08.2016

Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7

Points

1 POL 1 TYSZKIEWICZ Jacek/SOBIERAJ Katarzyna (1) 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

POL 5

ŁUKASZEWICZ Konrad/ŁUKASZEWICZ Jan

2

3

(DNF)

2

2

2

3

3 CZE 48 LEHEĆKA Zdenek/ZALUSKI Kamil (4) 2 2 3 4 3 4

6 14 18

4

POL 40

STAŃCZYK Jakub/AUGUSTIN Stanisław

3

(4)

3

4

3

4

2

19

5

POL 21

KACPRZAK Janusz/KORNIEV Anatolij

5

5

(DNF)

5

5

DNC

5

31

47


Czech Championship, Nechranice

09.09. – 11.09.2016

Pl Sail No. Crew Races Points 1

CZE 21

Hrubý Jiří/Houdek Roman

1

2

3

2

CZE 17

Čáp Milan/Zanker Zbyněk

4

3

7

3

GER 17

von Lepel Markus/von Lepel Joshua

7

1

8

4

CZE 11

Storch Petr/Palkovský Tomáš

3

5

8

5

GER 222

Alleti Felix/Merz Lukas

2

9

11

6

CZE 9

Jelínek Petr/Hackl Miroslav

5

7

12

7

GER 177

Schröder Sascha/Schröder Alexander

6

6

12

8

AUT 368

Panuschka Lisa/Panuschka Manfred

9

4

13

9

HUN 4

Čutka Jan/Pavlíček Zdeněk

8

8

16

10 CZE 121

Rokosz Julia/Záluský Kamil

10

12

22

11 CZE 78

Kleiner Otakar/Pinďák Josef

12

11

23

12 GER 13

König Schappie/König Manfred

11

13

24

13 CZE 23

Šimek Karel/Beneš Pavel

17

10

27

14 POL 1

Tyszkiewicz Jacek/Škoda Jan

13

14

27

15 POL 47

Marcinkiewicz Miroslaw/Marcinkiewicz Kamila

14

15

29

16 CZE 5

Grill Milan/Hajn Ladislav

15

18

33

17 POL 2

Chrobak Mateusz/Zarow Wojcech

16

17

33

18 POL 22

Filipiak Zbyszek/Blazynsky Krzysztof

18

16

34

19 CZE 8

Rada Filip/Neužil Pavel

19

19

38

20 CZE 48

Lehečka Zdeněk/Adamcová Jiřina

20

21

41

21 CZE 140

Plch Jiří/König Václav

22

20

42

22 CZE 38

Ach-Hübner Otakar/Kopecký Ivo

21

22

43

HUN FD CHAMPIONSHIP, BALATONFÖLDVÁR

08.09. – 10.09.2016

Rank Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 Race 8 Total 1 HUN 70 Majthényi Szabolcs/Domokos András (1.0) 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 7.0 6.0 2

HUN 4

Ziegler János/Czeizel Balázs

(5.0)

2.0

3.0

4.0

2.0

3.0

2.0

21.0

16.0

3

HUN 13

Süli András/Papp Dávid

3.0

3.0

2.0

3.0

(5.0)

2.0

5.0

23.0

18.0

4

HUN 11

Gáborjáni Szabó Gábor/Argay Béla

(4.0)

4.0

4.0

2.0

3.0

4.0

3.0

24.0

20.0

5

HUN 78

Kardos Antal/Polgár Csaba

2.0

(5.0)

5.0

5.0

4.0

5.0

4.0

30.0

25.0

6

HUN 73

Kiss László Antal/Réti Zsolt

6.0

6.0

6.0

(8.0)

7.0

8.0

6.0

47.0

39.0

7

HUN 1

Bihary Daniel/Bihary Gergely

(9.0 )

9.0

9.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

7.0

52.0

43.0

8

HUN 63

Gyapjas Balázs/Gyapjas Zsombor

(9.0)

9.0

9.0

7.0

8.0

7.0

8.0

57.0

48.0

Austrian FD Championship Attersee

02.08. – 04.08.2016

Rank Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 1 AUT 38 Aichholzer/Zingerle

(3) 1 1 2 1 1

2 AUT 25 Holzinger/Srienz

1 2 3 1 2 (5)

3 AHO 3 Koning/Taal

4 3 2 3 3 (6)

4 AUT 109 Leimgruber/Oswald

2 4 4 (8) 5 2

5 AUT 15 Ulrich/Zeissel

(7) 6 5 4 4 4

6 AUT 22 Bauer/Panuschka 7 AUT 5 Zorn/Schober

5 (10) 6 7 7 3 (15) 7 7 5 6 7

8

GER 172

Strittmatter/Bichler

6

5

12

(16)

11

9

9

AUT 11

Moser/Sitzwohl

8

12

10

6

(13)

8

10 AUT 1 Vogler/Wagenbichler

12 8 (14) 9 8 12

11

AUT 6

Rosinak/Sedlak

10

(13)

11

10

9

10

12

GER 711

Hellbrügge/Reichel

11

9

9

12

10

(13)

13

AUT 39

Zingerle/Hullenaar

14

(DNF)

8

14

12

11

14

AUT 9

Waerder/Kainz

9

14

(16)

13

16

14

15

GER 2103 Grotzke/Barnes

13

11

13

(15)

15

15

16

GER 575

(DNF)

15

15

11

14

DNF

48

Albrecht/Lex


Results

Eurocup Italian Championship Lake Garda

16.09. – 18.09.2016

Rank Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 1 HUN 70 Majthenyi/Domokos 2 HUN 13 Suli Papp 3 ITA 94 Eustachi/Rossi

(2) 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 (6) 5 5 4 3 3 (14) 7 3 7 2 8 2

4 ITA 4 Vespasiani/Vespasiani

1 4 2 3 (UFD) 2 19

5

4

CZE 21

Hruby/Houdek

6 ITA 102 Gregori/Mariotti 7 ITA 8 Pardini/Carincola

(DNF)

7

6

5

11

6

8 (DNF) 12 4 3 14 4 (19) 8 8 9 8 13 5

8 ITA 10 Cipriani/Benedetti

5 2 4 2 (UFD) 4 DNF

9

ITA 7

Barenghi/Koles

6

(DNF)

20

8

7

5

13

10

GER 91

Römmelt/Wiedemann

7

5

(21)

20

6

9

20

11

SUI 6

Baumann/Koller

18

(DNF)

13

11

18

6

9

12

GER 213

Albert/Mehlis

12

3

11

19

14

18

(DNF)

13

POL 7

Tyszkiewicz/Tyszkiewicz

15

(DNF)

6

12

UFD

7

7

14

GER 172

Strittmatter/Leitl

11

11

14

22

(DNF)

12

12

15

ITA 6

Ravasini/Borrini

16

(DNF)

10

14

9

19

18

16

ITA 28

Savoia/Pasquali

16

(DNF)

17

23

12

17

8

17

GER 174

Dudek/Lieret

9

(DNF)

9

16

UFD

15

10

18 GER 89 Kirst/Oed

24 10 16 10 15 22 (UFD)

19

ITA 93

Ungaro/Sgubini

21

(DNF)

19

13

19

21

15

20

ITA 99

Vignacia/Coloccini

20

(DNF)

19

13

19

21

15

21

AUT 39

Pfund/Zingerle

17

(DNF)

DNS

DNS

10

10

11

22

ITA 20

Samuelli/Samuelli

10

(DNF)

24

26

17

16

26

23

ITA 46

Sodo/Cappiello

24

ITA 85

Tonzani/Cardone

25

ITA 25

Perina/Piccoli

26

ITA 176

Taffoni/Carincola

27

ITA 14

Bonatti/De Angelo

30

(DNF)

28

ITA 91

Colletti/Cattabriga

23

(DNF)

29

ITA 18

Gori/Casali

25

(DNF)

27

(RET)

DNF

18

17

13

24

17

22

(DNF)

28

24

16

23

16

27

9

25

21

22

(29)

27

25

(DNF)

23

25

21

20

23

15

18

UFD

28

22

DNS

DNS

11

26

21

27

24

31

24

30

ITA 222

Marinucci/Lupidi

31

(DNF)

26

28

23

27

25

31

ITA 133

Macci/Fantini

29

(DNF)

RET

29

25

30

28

32 ITA 1125 Pieri/Ventura

28 (DNF) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC

33 ITA 23 Motta/Fergnani

32 (DNF) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC

34

33

ITA 1974

Losito/Lanfranconi

IDM Cospudener See, Germany

(DNF)

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

DNC

06.10. – 09.10.2016

Rank Sail No. Crew Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Race 5 Race 6 Race 7 1 GER 88 Lüdtke/Schäfers

1 2 8 1 3 1 (DNS)

2 GER 19 Bahr/Bahr

2 4 (13) 2 9 6 4

3 GER 87 Schwarz/Kirst

4 8 1 4 7 7 (14)

4

GER 199

Bogumil/Lisken

5

(OCS)

11

12

2

2

3

5

GER 17

von Lepel/von Lepel

11

7

2

7

6

4

(18)

6

GER 35

Loewe/Hermenau

10

(OCS)

7

11

4

3

5

7 GER 98 Markhoff/Happich

3 6 5 8 (24) 12 11

8

GER 219

Herrmann/Hermann

(16)

9

6

16

1

13

6

9

GER 113

König/Brack

(36)

18

4

3

20

8

1

10 GER 18 Langer/Günther

12 1 20 6 (21) 18 2

11

GER 135

Jambor/Schreiber

8

11

3

13

8

(23)

17

12

GER 222

Albert/Merz

6

(24)

17

10

11

9

13 12

13

GER 74

Groß/Schay

17

16

10

(19)

19

5

14

CZE 11

Storch/Palkovsky

7

10

(24)

22

16

17

8

15

GER 28

Ballerstein/Reumschüssel

9

(21)

15

17

17

16

15

16

GER 100

Lechler/Salow

20

23

14

5

18

19

(39)

17

GER 99

Heyde/Hohendorf

19

3

26

21

10

22

(30)

49


Results/Imprint 18

GER 209

Müller /Gaubisch

(37)

5

27

29

5

33

7

19

GER 60

Thiemann/Haase

24

25

(40)

14

14

14

16

20 AHO 3 Koning/Taal

13 20 9 20 27 (28) 19

21

GER 76

Garzmann/Schiermann

(31)

15

12

30

13

11

22

GER 511

Szyperrek/Priegann

14

29

19

15

25

(32)

9

23

GER 14

Behrens/Stöckmann

18

(OCS)

36

9

12

15

25

24 GER 133 König/Happich 25

GER 211

Lieberth/Götz

26

GER 2099 Mätzing/Freye

27

GER 16

28

GER 90

29

SUI 414

Fels/Hügel

30

GER 213

Albert/Egelkraut

29

(42) 17 21 18 26 29 23 22

22

23

24

15

(35)

32

34

12

(DNF)

28

22

27

20

Keil/Albert

33

14

33

33

(41)

10

21

Wechsler/Nagel

25

19

18

27

(34)

34

22

26

35

29

(39)

36

20

10

28

28

22

23

31

(37)

27 33

31

GER 48

Fleischer/Busch

30

27

(42)

26

23

26

32

GER 224

Dietrich/Fuchs

29,13

37

(44)

29

30

34

33

GER 174

Dudek/Lieret

21

37

25

25

28

38

(DNS)

34

GER 225

Lieberth/Märsch

(41)

36

32

41

32

21

24

35

GER 66

Prenzler/Höft

27

(44)

34

34

30

31

31

36

GER 177

Schröder/Schröder

32

39

28

38

(44)

25

28

37

GER 123

Krumhaar/Carp

35

26

31

37

33

(44)

36

38

GER 13

König/Schlißke

15

31

16

35

(DNC)

DNC

DNC

39

GER 172

Strittmatter/Leitl

23

42

30

31

40

36

(DNF)

40

GER 153

Setzepfandt/Hartmann

(45)

32

35

36

35

39

35

41

GER 218

Krüger/Vieweg

39

30

43

32

37

40

(DNS)

42

GER 79

Spaan/Wieland

(44)

33

39

42

42

43

26

43

GER 240

Kleffe/Kleffe

40

43

38

(45)

38

41

37

44

GER 575

Albrecht/Werner

(46)

41

41

43

43

24

(DNF)

45

GER 114

Haupt/Stüppardt

43

34

46

(47)

39

42

38

46 GER 182 Panse/Dittmar

38 38 44 40 (45) 45 40

47

47

GER 110

Kiel/Kiel

40

45

46

46

(DNC)

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