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Cover: July 2004; Few teams managed to make it to the third mark during this regatta at the World Championship in Warnemünde, Germany. The picture shows GER-210 Jörg Witte & Stefan Mädicke and GER-13 Hans-Albert König & Tom Greten. (picture provided by Fred Schaaf)

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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 Presidents letter 5 Interview with Gines Romero 7 Invitation European Championships 8 Results 18 Dr. Gizmo’s physics chat corner 19 Harken sponsorship letter 20 Measurement chat by John Best 21 Invitation Worlds 2008 22 Equipmentlist WC 2007 24 International FD Calendar 25 FD shop and orderform 26 IFDCO information 27 List of contact adresses

Fellow FD sailors, Again it was not an easy job to present you with this new issue of the FD Bulletin, but with the encouraging help of many sailors and photographers we managed to put something nice together. Many thanks for your input and please do continue to send your comments, articles, reports and remarks to fdbulletin@gmail.com.

Co-editor Casper made the trip to Altea with helmsman (and father) Fred and had a chat with Gines Romero, one of the Spanish top FD-sailors. It happened to turn out in a serious interview. Naturally you will find results from around the world, pictures and the equipment list of the WC.

So what do we have for you this time? Of course, as ever, an enthousiastic letter from our President, Dott. Alberto Barenghi. We are greatful for his uplifting contribution. Dr. Gizmo shines his light on the cleat. The result is an interesting story about a guy called Curry and one of his many inventions. This should refresh your memories a bit. Our Chief Measurer John Best explains the ins and outs of some new rule changes. It seems that there is a bit of confusion, but let’s be confident that his explanation will be sufficient.

We hope that this FD Bulletin will inspire you for the coming season. Be careful flying out on the water! Happy Sailing,

The Editors: Sjors Riemslag Casper Schaaf Louk Nelissen

ITA-7 Alberto Barenghi & Vincente Guijarro

Colofon Issue: Year 56, nr. 154. People who cooperated to this issue: Alberto Barenghi, Gines Romero, Dr. Gizmo, John Best, Zsofia Csanda, 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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Presidents letter

Dear friends, I thank all of you for the increasing success of the FD Class during the 2007 sailing season, as shown by the interest of new sailors in the FD and our Class activity. Congratulations and many thanks to the Centro de Alto Rendimento in Murcia, the Organizing Committee and to the FD Spanish Class for the excellent organization of the 2007 World Championships, in which 72 teams from 14 countries competed. Moreover, the increasing success of the Euro Cup and World Cup events show that the strategy to schedule the International races calendar with specific and advertised events, scheduled in different countries, seems to kindle the interest of the sailors to increase their participation in the races and to be involved in Class life. As always, many thanks to all the Clubs organizing the FD races every year, since they help our Class to support and go on to organize the classical events that have become a tradition in the annual FD fixtures. With regard to the women FD teams, my best congratulations to the German Peggy Bahr, the Spanish Dolores Sanchez-Herrero and the Dutch Tanja Heijink for their results and participation in the most important International races. With regard to the technical matters, the increasing number of carbon riggings adopted by teams from all countries (in the International races, more than 40% of the fleet adopted the carbon profiles) shows the success of this new tool in the technical development of the FD. The manufacturers, from different countries in the world (UK, Australia, Italia etc.), are going ahead to push the evolution of carbon riggings (mast, boom and spinnaker pole with different profiles, stiffness and fitting) to reach the best performance and reliability at the minimum weight that, according to the Class rules, will be 8.5 kg. The competition among the manufacturers and the increasing interest of the teams to

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compare different technical solutions will allow the carbon riggings to have a further and fast evolution. With regard to Class life and promotion there is some important news. In spring 2008, the first three years of the sponsorship agreement between the IFDCO and Harken Sailing Wear will end. During these first three years of the sponsorship contract Harken Sailing Wear supplied our Class with several clothes of their sportswear collections. Two weeks ago I went to the Winch - Harken Sailing Wear headquarters, where I met the team managers. During that excellent meeting the IFDCO and Winch confirmed their reciprocal interest in their brands and so, we agreed to go on with a new sponsorship agreement until the end of 2012. In a few weeks Winch will show me the next spring-summer and fall-winter collections for 2008. Moreover, besides the actual Harken Sailing Wear, WINCH will add a further collection with several models inspired by the FD’s history and emotion. Those clothes, sporting both the Harken Winch and IFDCO logos, will be available for each FD Class member with a special discount. In detail, the Harken Crew Collection will always be available with several clothes (jackets, polos, gilets, t-shirts etc.) in several colours and sizes. Moreover, every year Winch will develop and produce fallwinter and spring-summer collections, in which some articles will be selected that show the IFDCO logo. As always, it will be possible to look at the Harken Sportswear Collections with the FD logo on the IFDCO website and in the FD Bulletin. Moreover, there will be a link between the IFDCO and the Harken website. Together with a lot of enthusiastic sailors who have granted the worldwide success of the FD Class Harken will be inspired by the most peculiar feature of the FD Class: to be sporting high-tech and innovative solutions. For the same reason, the IFDCO has chosen Harken Sailing Wear as brand to perform the sportswear for the FD teams. The IFDCO, selling the sportswear to the Class members, will collect money to spend for the Class promotion, advertisement and activity. For instance, it will be very important to help the young and new FD sailors, increase the participation to specific events and support the transport of boats attending the World Championships overseas. In 2007 the result of that strategy SLO-1 Luka Tomori & Urban Jan

allowed the IFDCO to give a grant of € 900 to every container shipped to Spain from overseas, attending the Worlds in Mar Menor. That represents just the first step of the IFDCO’s activities to support our teams. Anyway, that process requires time and the cooperation of Class members, National Secretaries, etc. to show and improve the advantages to the sailors. Again in 2008, the IFDCO will be engaged in selling the sailing wear in order to give grants to support the IFDCO’s activities, in particular the shipping of containers to the next Worlds in New Zealand. With regard to the sailing activity in 2008, besides the classical races—and particularly the Euro Cup events—we’ll meet in Rabac (Croatia) next May to attend the European Championships there. The meeting in Rabac will be the best chance to award the Euro Cup and Dawes Cup for 2007. Moreover, we will have the Competitors Hearings, the National Secretaries’ meeting and the AGCM. With regard to the sailing activity in 2008, however, the most important news will be the Vintage Yachting Games: the event that has been proposed one year ago by Dutch sailor Rudy den Outer, ex FD sailor and currently Soling helmsman. Rudy proposed to create and organize a event comparable to the Olympic Games, aimed at the former Olympic Classes. For this reason he contacted me for the Flying Dutchman. The event will be organized every four years, like the Olympiade. The first edition will be held in Medemblik, Holland, on 2027 September 2008. I showed this proposal to the IFDCO Officers at the last AGCM and the National Secretaries’ Meeting in Spain and it was agreed to join the Vintage Yachting Games. The other Classes involved will be: Europe, O-Jolle, Soling and Dragon. The aims of the VYG have been explained, as well as the selection criteria to adopt by every


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Interview with Gines Romero - Altea, 9 February 2008 Ten years ago the Spanish FD class was almost history. Today Spain has one of the most active Flying Dutchman fleets around the world. The man responsible for this success is Gines Romero, the well-known helmsman of the ESP-6. We tried to see what he had to say about all this himself. (by Casper Schaaf)

Class, through the International Classes and their National Secretaries. The VYG goal will be to have 2 boats per Country in every Class. Personally, I think that the VYG represent a particular event that is excellently suitable to remember the history of our Class and advertise and promote our Class to the media, network, sponsors and to the sailors. With regard to the Measurement Committee, according to my proposal, the VYG decided to appoint John Best as Chief Measurer in the event. Anyway, the Notice of Race for the VYG 2008 is quite ready and will be sent to every FD National Secretary in a few days. The season 2008 will go on with the classical races and the “Conrad Gulcher Trophy”, a classical event for the FD Class, as always organized by the Loosdrecht Sailing Club. Finally, we ‘ll have the World Championships in Napier, New Zealand during the Christmas holidays. Many sailors seem interested to attend the Worlds and, as always, Frank Nooijen will be engaged to provide us with the best solution for transportation. Strengthened by the IFDCO’s team approach and the friendship among all the Officers, Commodores, Sub Committees and National Secretaries, we will continue to promote, advertise and develop the FD Class in every way. Together with new sponsorships to support Class activities and events it is very important to promote the FD Class to the media, network and sponsors and to improve the IFDCO website. For this purpose it was agreed to develop the website’s graphics and aesthetic aspects: it is quite ready and will be online in a few weeks. Let’s commit ourselves all together, in order to support and quicken every process to advertise the FD! Finally, let me thank all the FD sailors and the IFDCO Officers engaged in the life and activities of our Class. I ‘m looking forward to meeting all of you and I wish everyone good sailing in 2008! Alberto

Could you introduce yourself? My name is Gines Romero. I started to sail when I was four years old, with my father on the Mar Menor. In what kind of boat? We had a very old wooden boat, very strong and heavy; 5 metres or something. I broke my first mast there on the Mar Menor – a wooden mast – with my father. I started racing more or less seriously in the 420 and I tried my first Flying Dutchman in ‘76 in a Spanish championship when I was 17 years old. Francisco Martinez, now ESP-81, was my crew; he was 19 years old. We were third! We came from the 420 and only one week before the championship we tried the FD. We’d lent a boat, we did this race and it was okay. And afterwards? After the 420 I sailed the 470 from 1982 until 1989. Then from ‘89 till ‘94 I sailed the Soling and finally the FD again, during the European Championship in Murcia in 1997, eleven years ago. Besides that I did some Vaurien and Snype as well, but seriously only 420, 470, Soling and FD.

I heard you were quite successfull in the Soling. Yes, I prepared the Barcelona Olympics in Soling. I was in the pre-Olympic team, but wasn’t selected to go. I was successfull in Spain – among the best 6 teams or so - , especially with strong wind. Actually, I’ve always been at my best with a lot of wind, in the 470 as well. Internationally, though, I didn’t do so well. Actually, I see myself as a better trainer than a sailor. I know very well how to do it, but I don’t know how to do it, if you know what I mean. I prefer to teach others than to do it myself. I’m not very intuitive, I’m a worker. When I go well it’s because I train many hours and prepare the boat many hours, but I’m not so efficient. It’s exactly like the Bojsen-Møllers said: hours and hours upon the water and then you can do well. Some people do very well with not so many hours. Luis Doreste (winner of the Flying Dutchman gold medal in the Barcelona Olympics – CS), for example, sailed more with intuition than training. I think, in general, Spanish sailors are more intuitive than workers. Yes, if you look at Marco Sevila. He’s just 17 and already shows a lot of talent. Yes, he’s the future of the Spanish class. So you started sailing FD again in 1997. What made you decide to do that? Yes, after I’d stopped sailing for three or four years - because of my daughters and work and such things – I started again to sail the Flying Dutchman in 1997. You see, for me it’s impossible to stay without sailing. I was working too much during those years and I needed to sail again. I selected the Flying Duthman because it’s not an Olympic class. It’s the boat of my dreams, but not Olympic, which was perfect for me at that time. I was very tired of Olympic classes, with the Soling and 470. In both classes I tried to be in the Olympic Games – Los Angeles in 1984 and Barcelona in 1992 – but finally the environment was too competitive for me. And the Spanish FD class at that time? I became the Secretary of the class. The Spanish class was absolutely dead in 1997; there were only one or two other boats besides myself at that time. But we pushed and pushed, convinced one guy, another guy and now the class has about twenty boats. Not all of them sailing, but well. No, but you have some very good teams. There’s about 6 or 7 really good teams in Spain. Yes, two years ago in the Spanish champi-

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onship we beat the record. We were sailing on the Mar Menor then and apart from a few foreign teams there were 17 Spanish boats in the water. I think that was the absolute record in the history of the Spanish Flying Dutchman class. So, since 1997 it’s been going upwards constantly? Every year a bit more? Well, in the last two years it’s been going a little bit down. I’m a bit tired: always pushing, pushing, pushing forwards, calling people to go to the races. If people needed a boat, I’d look for a boat here and there. It’s very hard work and I have my own work! What kind of work do you do? I work for big multinational consultancy firm, Cap Gemini, where I’m managing the Barcelona, Valencia and Murcia offices. I’ve been working with Cap Gemini for the last twenty years. And at the moment you are still the Spanish National secretary? Yes, but I’m trying to convince Javier Higuera – the crew of Dolores, ESP-9 – to take over the job. I can help him, but I prefer that he pushes. Otherwise I’m afraid the Spanish class may be going down again. In the last two years I’ve not been pushing the same as before. Last year’s World Championship, you still organised that? No, I didn’t, it was organised by the Murcia Federation. We helped a little bit, but the

organisation was theirs. I thought they did quite a nice job. I don’t agree. I didn’t like the organisation. Why not? I thought it was a bit ordinary. The sailing was okay, but the organisation wasn’t so good. Yes, I suppose they didn’t really try hard for us. We were probably their tenth championship that year or something. Yes, this was the problem. They tried to do too many events in one year. But the venue there is fantastic, for sailing. The weather was not the usual weather in this stage of the year though. Only during the last day we sailed with the typical wind there. Normally the wind is more like the week before, during the Spanish Championchips. And what do you think about the Worlds in New Zealand? We want to go there. There are four or five teams interested in the possibility of going. We are talking to a shipping company about containers, but I’m not sure. Three or four Spanish boats should really be possible though. We’ll probably have to share a container with the Italians or something like that. Because of the container business the next Euro Cup in Altea will be a problem, I’m afraid. Yes, we should probably move the event. Maybe in March or April; maybe Easter, I don’t know. The best way to do it would be to

send the containers directly from Napier to Valencia actually. But we’ll talk with the Altea sailing club and we’ll try to get it moved. Have you thought about the Europeans in Croatia already? Yes, we’ll organize some training weekends here in Altea to prepare for Croatia. The event is a bit early for me because I’m still working then, but I’ll certainly try to be there. And probably about 4 other Spanish teams as well. If I may ask, how old are you now? I’m 49, since last Sunday. And what are you plans for the future? Just FD? I plan to compete in the Flying Dutchman maybe 5 years more. I don’t think I’ll stay in the class until 60. Last year I bought a new boat which I plan to sail for another four or five years, but not a new boat. What did you sail with before this boat? The one I started with in 1997 was an old one I bought from Anton Schwarz, with a wooden deck, from 1985 I think. I sailed with that until the championship in Elba, in 2000. Before Gilleleje in 2001 I drove past Mader to pick up a new boat. That’s the boat Dolores is sailing with now, with the yellow deck. And so, last year I bought a new Mader. I think this will be my last Flying Dutchman boat. The boat is like my body though, it gets older but it’s still going on.

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The Fly Sailing Club and the City of Labin-Rabac Tourist Association warmly invite all members of the IFDCO to participate in the

30th May - 07th June 2008 Rabac - CROATIA ORGANIZING AUTHORITY AND VENUE The 2008 International Flying Dutchman Class Open European Championship will be held from 30th May to 7th June 2008 in the city of Rabac, Croatia. The organizing Authority is the Fly Sailing Club Opatija, the City of Labin-Rabac tourist association, the Croatian Sailing Federation, in conjunction with the Croatian Flying Dutchman Class Organization and the IFDCO. The Host Center will be Rabac Harbour. ENTRIES AND FEES Eligible boats may enter on the official Entry Form which shall be lodged with the Organising Authority or through the official electronic form on the official Club website: www.fly.hr The fully completed entry form shall be received at the entry address no later than 30th April 2008 accompanied by the required fee. Entries may be accepted after the closing date at the discretion of the Organizing Authority, but will be subject to € 50,- late entry supplement. Entries shall be sent to:

Fly Sailing Club Adress: M. Tita 170, 51410 Opatija, Croatia Tel/Fax: +385 51 712 421 or +385 51 712 764 E-mail: info@fly.hr Website: www.fly.hr

PRIZES The following prizes will be awarded: - Open European Championship Overall Winner - European Champions (Best European team) - European Master Champions (Best team 100+ combined ages) - European Junior Champions (Best team up to 26 years old individually) - European Women Champions (Best Ladies team) Additional prizes may be awarded at the discretion of the Organizing Authority. Details will be given in the Sailing Instructions. FURTHER INFORMATION For further information please visit the official Fly Sailing Club web site: www.fly.hr, or contact:

Tin Matulja – FSC Secretary E-mail: tin@fly.hr GSM: +385 91 570 82 41 ACCOMMODATION For accommodation please contact:

City of Labin-Rabac tourist association Adress: Aldo Negri 20, 52220 Labin, Croatia Tel/fax: +385 52 855 560 or +385 52 854 886 E-mail: tzg.labin@pu.htnet.hr Web site: www.rabac-labin.com HOW TO ARRIVE IN RABAC?

The 2008 International Flying Dutchman Open European Championship fee is € 300,-. Bank transfer:

Fly Sailing Club Opatija Erste & Steiermarkische Bank, Fil. Opatija IBAN: HR3224020061100126601 SWIFT: ESBC.HR22 All bank charges are at the expense of the competitor. SCHEDULE Registration and measurement: Fri 30.05. 13:00 19:00 Registration and measurement Sat 31.05. 09:00 19:00 Measurement Sun 01.06. 09:00 19:00 Measurement Racing: Mon 02.06. Races Tue 03.06. Races Wed 04.06. Reserve Day Thu 05.06. Races Fri 06.06. Races Sat 07.06. Races RACING AREA Racing area will be on the waters of Kvarner Bay in the vicinity of Rabac Harbour

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Austrian Championships -Wolfgangsee Austria August 17/19 pos.Helmsman Crew Sail No. 1 Gerhard Ulrich Andreas Ittner AUT-15 2 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Zingerle AUT-382 3 Christoph Holzinger Stefan Schmitz AUT-20 4 Silvia Aichholzer Christoph Zingerle AUT-39 Erich Schober AUT-5 5 Fred Zorn 6 Helmut Böhm Günther Böhm AUT-8 7 Alexander Schmid-Siegel Wolfgang Skoda AUT-40 8 Georg Vogler Florian Abele AUT-1 9 Markus Pöllath Tommy Danninger GER-56 10 Martin Dominkus Thomas Kainz AUT-23 11 Karl Heinz Schulz Florian Schulz GER-1822 12 Manfred Zeissel Gerald Hurban AUT-4 13 Ernst Seidl Peter Andexer AUT-33 14 Werner Rosinak Wilhelm Sedlak AUT-6 15 Walter Moser Wolfgang Sitzwohl AUT-11 16 Peter Stanner Michael Jung GER-21 17 Rainer Kornfeld Bernhard Mann AUT-30 18 Heinz Waerder Jürgen Hobein AUT-9 19 Leo Linke Rudolph Weinzierl GER-55 20 Felix Rittinger Peter Rittinger AUT-386 21 Dieter Staib Renate Staib-RomaninoGER-118 22 Paul Hoffmann Werner Markowski AUT-16 23 Andreas Holl Martin Holl AUT-35 24 Thomas Oswald Camille Neeter AUT-86

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

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

R3 2 1 -5 -12 4 3 8 6 9 7 -13 -14 10 19 11 16 15 18 17 20 (dnc) 22 21 dnc

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

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

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

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

R6

R7

Total 6 6 13 16 19 23 23 27 35 37 38 42 48 50 58 60 64 66 67 77 78 86 87 94

Sieben Schwaben - Alpsee - Germany, August 18/19 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Helmut Löther 2 Fred Schaaf 3 Jürgen Groß 4 Thomas Seltmann 5 Rainer Gerstl 6 Hubert Waibel 7 Bernd Keller 8 Franz Menzer 9 Tobias Frank 10 Walter Volkmann 11 Lisa Holzberger 12 Walter Groß 13 Friedl Buhl 14 Bernd Schreiber 15 Guido Barth 16 Hermann Seltmann 17 Christian von Mulert 18 Simon Hirscher 19 Katharina Frey 20 Heinrich Wiggenhauser 21 Günther Schrem 22 Dietmar Schindler 23 Sebastian Reischl

Crew Michael Klawitter Casper Schaaf Philipp Schay Sigi Lang Peter Hollender Stefan Waibel Bernd Fischer Ernst Hiegele Simone Frank Thomas Dill Philipp Buhl Egbert Feldner Christian Wohner Detlef Schmidt Herbi Zink Stefan Burghold Peter Mülhauser Philipp Kyewski Alfred Frey Wolfgang Menz Svend Vieweg Florian Vögele Alexander Nagel

sail nr. GER-91 NED-5 GER-74 GER-1705 GER-22 GER-161 GER-61 GER-11 GER-86 GER-42 GER-142 GER-97 GER-1762 GER-40 GER-66 GER-181 GER-130 GER-1911 GER-1637 GER-2031 GER-944 GER-1807 GER-1657

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

Total 4 10 17 17 21 24 24 29 29 29 30 33 33 34 36 46 46 56 58 62 63 64 64

AUT-382 Christoph Aichholzer & Phillip Zingerle at the Achensee

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British Championships - Felixstowe Ferry - England, August 25/27 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Jon “Strangler” Williams 2 Peter Doran 3 Tony Lyall 4 Julian Bridges 5 Neil Pye 6 Ronald Stalmann

Crew Alex Rogers Richard Phillips Colin Burns Peter Hadfield Jamie Whitaker Bill Bernard

sail nr. GBR-369 GBR-382 GBR-386 GBR-380 GBR-373 USA-2

R1 -2 1 -4 3 5 6

R2 1 3 2 -4 5 (dsq)

R3 1 2 4 3 5 6

R4 -2 -5 1 4 3 (dns)

R5 1 2 4 -5 3 dns

R6 1 2 (ocs) 3 4 dns

R7 1 -4 2 3 (dns) 5

R4 1 (dnf) 2 dnf dnf

R5 1 2 3 dnf dnf

R6 1 2 3 dnf dnf

R7 1 2 (dnf) dnf dnf

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

R7 2 1 -7 4 5 3 6 8 9 dnc 10

R8 1 2 3 4 (dns) 5

Total 6 12 16 20 25 36

Polish Championships - Puck - Poland, August 30/September 02 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Henryk Blaszka 2 Jacek Smialkowski 3 Maciej Marcinkiewicz 4 Konrad Lukaszewicz 5 Andrzej Kruszczynski

Crew sail nr. Tomasz Kledzik POL-8 Piotr Tyszkiewicz POL-4 Marzena Marcinkiewicz POL-3 Jan Lukaszewicz POL-5 Anna Nazar POL-20

R1 -2 1 3 (dnc) (dnf)

R2 1 3 2 4 dnf

R3 1 2 3 dnf dnf

Total 6 12 16 34 36

Hungarian Championships - Balatonföldvar - Hungary, August 31/September 05 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Szabolcs Majthényi 2 Gábor Gáborjáni-Szabó 3 Antal Kardos 4 János Ziegler 5 András Süli 6 András d’Albini 7 Péter Gaál 8 László Damokos 9 László Kiss 10 Attila Regõs 11 Zsolt Tóth

Crew András Domokos Béla Argay Csaba Polgár Gábor Hajtó Dávid Papp Zsombor Szépfy Balázs Kail Zsolt Réti Hunor Intze István Rutai László Kozma

sail nr. HUN-70 HUN-11 HUN-78 HUN-4 HUN-13 HUN-1 HUN-12 HUN-63 HUN-73 HUN-68 HUN-3

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

R3 -2 6 1 3 4 5 7 9 10 8 dnc

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

R5 1 3 2 5 4 7 6 (dnc) 9 dnc 8

Total 7 16 17 23 26 33 41 49 53 58 58

Prins Bernhard Memorial - Muiden - The Netherlands, September 1/2 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Enno Kramer 3 Harold Wijgers 4 Frank Nooijen 5 Fred Schaaf 6 Thijs Rutten 7 Tanja Heijink 8 Pieter Staal 9 Durk Zandstra 10 Henry Koning 11 Chris Veen 12 Sjors Riemslag 13 Erica Geelkerken 14 Ruud Journee 15 Ton Hijmans

Crew Peter van Koppen Ard Geelkerken Cor Huisman Ronald Huisman Casper Schaaf Theo Rutten Nettie van der Valk Arnout Wijs Toos Zandstra Rob Taal Peter Chris van Veen Klaas van der Spek Harald Berning Rene Journee Louk Nelissen

sail nr. NED-11 NED-26 NED-25 NED-327 NED-5 NED-348 NED-33 NED-312 NED-341 NED-3 NED-69 NED-334 NED-122 NED-70 NED-311

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

R2 2 1 3 5 4 6 7 10 8 dnf dns 12 9 11 dns

R3 1 2 4 6 3 5 dns 7 dns dns dns dns dnf dns dns

R4 1 2 3 5 4 dnf dns dnf dns dns dns dns dns dns dns

Total 5 7 16 25 27 34 44 50 50 51 51 52 57 59 64

Mememorial Františka Ehla - Otmouchovska - Czech Republic, September 01/02 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Pavel Pseidl 2 Pavel Fiala 3 Zdenek Lehecka 4 Jan Stamberk 5 Vlastimil Sindylek 6 Jiri Mannel 7 Czesl. Golebiowski 8 Zdenek Stamberk 9 Rudolf Wolf

Crew Zbynek Zanker Roman Houdek Ondrej Lehecka Ivo Kopecky Tomas Palkovsky Lubos Mannel Maciej Bilobran Josef Kopecky Stanislav Kacer

sail nr. R1 CZE-14 1 CZE-1 2 CZE-777 3 CZE-67 4 CZE-1874 5 CZE-4 (dnc) POL-876 dnc CZE-151 dnc CZE-3 dnc

R2 1 -3 2 4 5 6 dnc 7 dnc

R3 1 2 3 5 6 7 4 9 8

R4 -1 2 -3 -5 -6 4 (dnc) (dnc) (dnc)

R2 1 2 3

R3 1 2 4

R4 -3 1 2

Total 3 6 8 13 16 17 24 26 28

Seglerhauspreis - Wannsee - Germany, September 01/02 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Jan Lechler 3 Bernd Schreiber

Crew Torsten Bahr Jens Salow Martin Romberg

sail nr. GER-19 GER-100 GER-40

R1 1 -2 -4

R5 2 1 4

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Jörg Hermann Ralph Jambor Peter Kleffe Georg Altenhain

Oliver Hyzyk Lars Kublun Christoph Körner Burkhard Mende

GER-219 GER-135 GER-240 GER-189

3 -5 -7 6

4 5 6 -7

3 5 6 7

-6 5 4 7

R1 1 -4 2 -6 7 5 3 -11 -10 -9 8 12 -14 -16 13 15 -17 -18

R2 2 1 4 3 7 6 5 11 8 9 -14 10 12 15 13 16 17 18

R3 -6 1 -10 3 -8 5 -13 2 9 7 4 -14 11 12 -17 15 16 18

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

R3 1 2 6 3 7 8 15 5 9 11 -14 12 -19 4 10 16 13 -28 -21 22 18 23 (dnf) 17 24 29 -32 25 20 30 26 (dns) 31 27 dnc

R4 1 4 6 2 3 10 -17 8 9 -15 11 -16 5 19 14 -27 7 20 21 13 12 23 22 -25 24 32 26 18 33 29 -31 30 28 (dnf) dnc

3 5 6 7

13 20 22 27

Goldener FD - Plauen - Germany, September 08/09 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Jan Lechler 2 Dirk Bogumil 3 Jörg Hermann 4 Ralph Jambor 5 Karsten Keil 6 Marco Lieberth 7 Ralf Bundel 8 Rolf Albert 9 Mario Dietzel 10 Frank Kanig 11 Karl-Heinz Wolf 12 Peter Kleffe 13 Thomas Lieberth 14 Robin Melchner 15 Helge Lehner 16 Lothar Hubatschek 17 Harald Karl 18 Petra Schengber

Crew Jens Salow Wolfgang Dietrich Oliver Hyzyk Jens Schreiber Frank Descher Mario Götz Svend Vieweg Michael Lisken Robin Götz Sven Hermenau Robert Piechutta Sebastian Heller Steffen Uhlemann Jens Fuchs Claudia Lehner Silke Lorenz Rene Kertscher Thomas Krüger

sail nr. GER-100 GER-224 GER-219 GER-135 GER-16 GER-211 GER-259 GER-213 GER-258 GER-216 GER-120 GER-240 GER-225 GER-134 GER-96 GER-10 GER-246 GER-218

Total 4 5 10 11 16 16 19 21 23 25 26 32 36 39 41 46 49 54

Italian Championships - Brenzone - Italy, September 14/16 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 H. Löther 2 N. Vespasiani 3 F. Vespasiani 4 R. Cipriani 5 L. Ungaro 6 M.L. de Michele 7 A. Barenghi 8 C. Brunelli 9 L. Biasi 10 M. Gregori 11 N. de Castro 12 F. Colletti 13 A. Antonelli 14 R. Gerstl 15 S. Francesconi 16 G. Prosperi 17 F. Paoli 18 P. Savoia 19 P. Feltri 20 F. Ravasini 21 L. Tomori 22 V. Frau 23 A. Moriconi 24 G. Pieri 25 E. Motta 26 G. Vignazia 27 G. Bertagna 28 A. Pagliai 29 G. Sodo 30 F. Kampschulte 31 P. Stoka 32 P. Gori 33 G. Saglio 34 N. Ciardi 35 G. Lupidi

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Crew M. Klawitter D. Alcidi F. Gerunzi S. Morelli M. Ungaro L. Bellotti R. Benedetti L. Mercanti F. Biasi M. Mariotti P. Bosca C. Cattabriga N. Cappelluti B. Wiedemann G. Ferrauto L. Lazzari Agli M. Poggianti L. Pasquali P. Badetti G. Borrini J. Urban C. Guareschi S. Sciuto R. Piccoli P. Fergnani A. Coloccini G. de Santi P.L. Boileau M. Cappiello G. Chignola D. Andrijasevic F. Gori M. Saglio S. Mazzetti S. Carincola

sail nr. GER-91 ITA-4 ITA-45 ITA-10 ITA-93 ITA-16 ITA-7 ITA-1 ITA-8 ITA-102 ITA-9 ITA-91 ITA-11 GER-22 ITA-109 ITA-221 ITA-36 ITA-28 ITA-69 ITA-6 SLO-1 ITA-115 ITA-75 ITA-1125 ITA-23 ITA-99 ITA-101 ITA-72 ITA-46 GER-163 SLO-4 ITA-42 ITA-5 ITA-88 ITA-76

R1 R2 5 3 1 2 4 -6 7 7 12 1 -25 4 3 -16 2 -12 8 10 -28 13 -17 5 11 11 14 17 6 14 18 -19 9 9 24 8 16 -20 10 -25 -26 15 21 -24 15 -30 20 21 22 -23 19 18 27 27 23 28 (dnf) (dns) (dnf) 26 (dns) 22 29 -31 13 (dnf) (dnf) 32 (dnf) 29 (dnc) (dnc)

R5 -6 3 1 -9 (dcs) 11 2 12 4 15 14 16 8 -21 (cs) 20 5 13 19 -27 17 10 (cs) 22 18 7 -29 24 25 26 30 23 28 dns dnc

R6 1 -7 3 2 9 (dcs) 5 10 -17 6 11 8 16 13 14 15 12 20 18 23 (dcs) 4 21 22 -26 24 28 31 30 25 29 19 27 dns dnc

R7 1 -6 5 2 3 10 13 -14 4 8 9 -17 -21 (dcs) 11 16 (dns) 7 15 18 12 20 19 22 -25 (dnf) 28 27 23 26 24 dns (dns) dns dnc

R8 2 5 -7 4 -19 1 8 12 11 3 10 15 18 17 13 -22 (dns) 16 9 6 24 (dnf) 20 14 23 (dnf) 21 dnf (dnf) (dnf) 25 dns dns dns dnc

R9 (dnf) 4 2 -10 3 9 8 5 -18 1 12 7 6 21 19 17 dns 13 16 15 11 25 14 23 22 24 26 20 27 28 29 dns dns dns dnc

Total 14 21 27 27 38 53 54 54 55 57 72 80 84 94 99 102 105 105 108 112 115 120 137 142 148 170 180 181 184 186 192 193 218 236 252


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Copa de Espa a - Cadiz - Spain, September 14/16 2007 pos. Helmsman Crew sail nr. 1 Carlos Beltri Juan Pablo de Diego ESP-7 1 3 1 1 (ocs) 2 2 José Sanchez Javier Higuera ESP-86 3 Gines Romero Alvaro Moreno ESP-6 4 Alvaro Echevarria Alvaro Garciamartin ESP-8 5 Francisco Martinez Vicente Guijarro ESP-81 6 Ignacio Iturrioz Marcos Casas ESP-77 7 Juan Montoya Fran Martinez ESP-85 Manuel Allo ESP-78 8 Angel Pérez 9 Pablo Geras José Luis Ruiz ESP-69 10 Enrique Egea José Ignacio Egea ESP-66 11 Juan L. Freniche Juan L. Freniche ESP-87

R1 2 -6 2 3 4 (dnc) 5 8 7 9 (dnc)

R2

R3

1 2 4 5 dnc 6 (dnf) 7 8 dnc

2 4 3 5 6 7 9 8 10 dnc

R4 10 4 (dnc) 6 2 5 3 7 (dnc) 8 dnc

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

R4 2 -7 4 3 1 (dnf) 8 5 6 (dns) 9

R5

R6

R7

Total

1 ocs (dnc) (ocs) 3 (ocs) 2 dnc (dnc) dnc

5 1 4 3 7 6 8 10 9 dnc

4 1 3 dnc 5 dnc 6 7 8 dnc

17 22 23 31 38 39 40 51 52 72

Herbstregatta - Attersee - Austria, September 15/16 2007 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Silvia Aichholzer Christoph Zingerle 2 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Zingerle 3 Georg Vogler Florian Abele 4 Gerhard Ulrich Rainer Ulrich 5 Fred Zorn Erich Schober 6 Alexander Schmid-Siegel Wolfgang Skoda 7 Manfred Zeissel Armin Graf 8 Heinz Waerder Bernhard Eder 9 Werner Rosinak Thomas Kainz 10 Rainer Kornfeld Bernhard Mann 11 Paul Hoffmann Stefan Pichlmüller

sail nr. AUT-39 AUT-382 AUT-1 AUT-15 AUT-5 AUT-40 AUT-4 AUT-9 AUT-6 AUT-30 AUT-16

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

R2 1 5 2 -4 -7 6 3 9 8 10 11

Total 4 8 8 9 12 15 18 21 22 27 30

Modrý Hrozen - Nové Mlýny - Czech Republic, September 15/16 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Zdenek Lehecka 2 Roman Houdek 3 Otakan Ach-Hübner 4 Karel Simek 5 Lubos Mannel 6 Vlastimil Sindylek 7 Tereza Mendikova 8 Pavel Pseidl 9 Jan Stamberk 10 Petr Kucera 11 Libor Ullrich 12 Michal Kotek 13 Milan Cap 14 Radek Cvach 15 Jan Pribyl 16 Czesl. Golebiowski 17 Klara Janderova 18 Zdenek Stamberk 19 Ladislav Hajn 20 Rudolf Wolf

Crew Ondrej Lehecka Pavel Fiala Martin Cvan Petr Zajicek Jiri Mannel Tomas Palkovsky Zbynek Zanker Zbynek Zanker Ivo Kopecky Zbynek Homola Libor Hajo Zbynek Zanker Tomas Novotny Pavel Cvach Radek Jonas Maciej Bilobran Zbynek Zanker Josef Kopecky Tomas Melen Stanislav Kacer

sail nr. CZE-777 CZE-4 CZE-869 CZE-814 CZE-49 CZE-1874 CZE-14 CZE-114 CZE-67 CZE-47 GER-592 CZE-214 CZE-5 CZE-6 CZE-88 POL-876 CZE-314 CZE-151 CZE-251 CZE-3

R1 R2 2 4 3 3 4 5 (dnc) 2 dnc dnc dnc dnc 1 1 (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc 5 (dnc) (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc

R3 -7 -5 8 4 (dnc) (dnc) (dnc) 2 dnc dnc dnc dnc 1 3 6 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

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

R5 3 2 (dnc) dnc 6 5 dnc 1 4 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc 7 dnc 8 dnc 9

R6 2 4 5 dnc 3 6 dnc dnc 7 dnf 1 dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc 8 dnc dnc dnc

Total 15 15 31 50 56 59 65 66 74 75 85 85 85 87 90 91 92 92 92 93

Herbstwettfahrten - Happurger See - Germany, September 15/16 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Andreas Linke 2 Michael Ullherr 3 Karl-Heinz Schulz 4 Stefan Röttcher 5 Markus Pöllath 6 Bernhard Schmitts 7 Leo Linke 8 Helge Lehner 9 Leo Lieret 10 Andreas Gruber 11 Peter Henß 12 Christopher Haberl 13 Petra Lehner

Crew Klaus Amann Wolf Drechsel Florian Schulz Michael Barth Tommy Danninger Michi Schmitts Guntram Bucher Claudia Lehner Gernot Herboldsheimer Jakob Danninger Max Henß Felix Schäffer Pia Brodwurm

sail nr. GER-54 GER-1874 GER-1822 GER-2071 GER-56 GER-72 GER-55 GER-96 GER-1742 GER-57 GER-56X GER-2018 GER-124

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

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

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

Total 3 11 12 13 14 14 21 23 29 30 35 36 37

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Kehraus - Steinhude - Germany, September 15/16 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Enno Kramer 2 Kai Schäfers 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Kilian König 5 Martin Krings 6 Henry Koning 7 Thijs Rutten 8 Bernd Schreiber 9 Martin Krumhaar 10 Hans Albert König 11 Kurt Prenzler 12 Erika Geelkerken 13 Edwin Neue 14 Hartmut Wesemüller 15 Sjors Riemslag 16 Ernst Greten 17 Gordon Fischer 18 Tony Lyall 19 Elisa König 20 Christian Schäfer 21 Michael Haupt 22 Felix Holz 23 Klaus Gaede 24 Tobias Stüppardt 25 Joachim Setzepfandt 26 Horst Schäfer 27 Jürgen Grölle 28 Wolfgang Christ 29 Ronald Stalmann 30 Markus Fleischer 30 Shmuel Markhoff

Crew Ard Geelkerken Peter van Koppen Bas Wulffers Johannes Brack Joachim Brodda Rob Taal Theo Rutten Martin Romberg Markus Landgrebe Tom Greten Heinz Bollweg Harald Berning Marco Steinem Holger Wesemüller Klaas van der Spek Detlev Krüger Peter Baxmann Colin Burns Christian Ochs Fabian Schweigel Stephan Reimers Sven la Grauw Aeisso Kern Tobias Bertram Ulrich Kelm Ralf Pietsch Uli Gawlick Wolfgang Remy Bill Bernard Axel Busch Michael Matscherot

sail nr. NED-26 NED-11 NED-5 GER-113 GER-52 AHO-3 NED-348 GER-40 GER-123 GER-13 GER-66 NED-122 GER-41 GER-1777 NED-334 GER-123 GER-1976 GBR-386 GER-133 GER-68 GER-182 GER-235 GER-151 GER-46 GER-153 GER-136 GER-92 GER-73 USA-2 GER-48 GER-98

R1 R2 3 1 1 -3 4 -8 2 2 (dnc) 4 -9 7 5 5 8 -12 7 (dnf) 10 -11 -14 10 12 13 18 -19 17 9 6 (dnc) 22 6 15 -17 13 16 -19 14 (dnc) 15 (dnc) 20 -21 18 16 21 23 -24 11 (dnf) 20 23 (dnc) 22 (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc

R3 1 2 4 (dnf) 3 9 11 12 5 6 10 7 8 13 dnc 15 16 17 14 21 19 18 20 22 dnc (dnc) dnc dnc dnc dnc dnc

R4 -7 2 1 8 6 3 -21 4 12 9 10 -16 11 -24 5 -23 13 (dnc) 19 17 15 18 -22 14 20 dnc 25 26 27 dnc dnc

R1 R2 R3 1 -2 1 2 1 2 4 3 4 3 4 3 12 6 (dnc) 8 (ocs) 7 9 -11 8 6 7 5 7 8 -10 10 5 -14 (dnc) 10 9 5 9 6 -14 13 12 11 14 15 13 15 13 17 12 11 15 16 17 16 (ocs) dnc (dnc) 17 16 (dnc) dnc dnc 18 (dnc) dnc (dnc) dnc dnc

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

Total 5 5 9 12 13 19 21 24 24 25 30 32 37 39 43 43 44 46 47 53 54 54 57 59 63 75 79 90 91 96 96

Nederlands Kampioenschap - Workum - 21-23 September 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Jorgen Bojsen-Moller 2 Harold Wijgers 3 Bas van der Pol 4 Enno Kramer 5 Henry Koning 6 Robert de Lange 7 Fred Schaaf 8 Albert van Vianen 9 Sjors Riemslag 10 Klaas Tilstra 11 Kai Schäfers 12 Kilian Köning 13 Erika Geelkerken 14 Thijs Rutten 15 Frank Nooijen 16 Pieter Staal 17 Tanja Heijink 18 Durk Zandstra 19 Nils Jannichsen 20 Ton Hijmans 21 Hendrik Paping 22 Chris Veen

Crew sail nr. Peter van Koppen NED-11 Niels Kamphuis NED-25 Marc van der Pol NED-32 Ard Geelkerken NED-26 Rob Taal NED-3 Pieter Zandstra NED-28 Casper Schaaf NED-5 Bas Wulffers NED-15 Klaas van der Spek NED-334 Paul van der Pol NED-4 Mathias Flottemesch GER-111 Johannes Brack GER-113 Harald Berning NED-122 Theo Rutten NED-348 Ronald Huisman NED-327 Arnoud Wijs NED-312 Nettie Valk NED-33 Hugo / Toos NED-341 Johan van Werkhoven NED-304 Louk Nelissen NED-311 Mark Soeteman NED-55 Peter Christiaan van Veen NED-69

R5 1 6 3 (ocs) 2 5 4 11 7 8 9 12 10 14 -16 17 -19 15 18 13 dsq 20

R6 1 -7 3 12 2 4 6 8 10 9 5 13 11 15 16 -20 19 17 22 14 18 21

Total 5 14 17 24 26 32 34 37 38 42 42 45 59 69 71 73 79 90 92 98 108 108

FD-Cup Eching - Ammersee - Germany, September 22/23 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Hans-Peter Schwarz 2 Kurt Müller 3 Stefan Beichl 4 Shmuel Markhoff 5 Tobias Frank 6 Robert Neß

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Crew Roland Kirst Ralph Aicher Thomas Mayer Mircea Carp Simone Frank Thomas Knab

sail nr. GER-87 GER-103 GER-187 GER-98 GER-86 GER-58

R1 1 2 3 4 5 6

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Pavel Fiala Christian Schäfer Stefan Burger Andreas Kunze Claus Fieger Gunther Hauer Helge Lehner Roland Joerg Marc Strittmatter Leo Linke Zdenék Lehecka Wolfram Ried

Roman Houdek Franz-Josef Schild Ralf Vogel Josef Seebauer Jörg Saenger Ferdinand Hauer Claudia Lehner Bernhard Koegel Christian Gröbmüller Guntram Bucher Ondrej Lehecka Nina Zeilhofer

CZE-1 GER-68 GER-178 GER-51 GER-34 GER-131 GER-96 GER-1915 GER-172 GER-55 CZE-777 GER-420

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Silberne Kanne - Tutzing - Germany, September 29/30 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Thomas Loewen 2 Kurt Müller 3 Bernd Zimmer 4 Tobias Frank 5 Walter Volkmann 6 Peter Stanner 7 Ralf Vogel 8 Christian Baur 9 Claus Fieger 10 Gerhard Heuberger 10 Friedl Buhl

Crew Thomas Thallmair Ralph Aicher Leopold Hüllmantel Simone Frank Heinz Schuster Michael Jung Heike Wild Thomas Dill Jörg Sänger Stephan Heuberger Adalbert Netzer

sail nr. GER-2024 GER-103 GER-1839 GER-86 GER-42 GER-21 GER-178 GER-201 GER-34 GER-1534 GER-1762

R1 3 1 2 6 5 4 ocs 7 ocs dnf dnc

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

Total 4 4 7 8 11 12 16 16 19 24 24

USA Championships - Coronado - USA, October 05/07 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Robson 2 Sayles 3 Wrenn 4 Scoffin 5 Kirueskin 6 Cole 7 Hemker 8 Algert 9 Dommermuth 10 Meszeros 11 Clapp 12 Eaton 13 Lawrence 14 Jiminez 15 Spranger

Crew Gorbold Ruzicka Wrenn Garland Hamilton Anderson Ellis Haraldsson Ehlringer Fox Yergeau Leicht Lawrence Henk Bailey

sail nr. USA-36 USA-251 USA-301 USA-85 USA-1 USA-109 USA-3 USA-87 USA-153 USA-88 USA-7 USA-45 USA-140 USA-145 USA-188

R1 2 3 7 1 4 8 5 16 -16 16 16 6 16 16 16

R2 1 2 4 16 5 3 6 16 8 7 16 16 16 16 16

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

R1 2 1 7 3 4 8 6 5 9 10 11 dnf

R2 1 3 4 5 7 2 9 6 8 10 11 dnc

R3 1 3 2 6 4 7 5 9 8 10 dnf dnc

R4 3 4 5 1 -10 -9 8 2 6 7 11 16 16 12 16

R5 2 5 3 1 9 8 6 4 7 10 -16 16 11 16 16

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

R7 1 3 5 9 7 2 4 6 10 -16 8 16 16 16 16

R8 1 2 -8 4 5 7 6 3 9 10 11 -16 -16 -16 -16

Total 13 21 30 33 36 37 40 54 58 73 86 102 107 108 112

FD-Cup - Rothsee - Germany, October 06/07 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Markus Pöllath 2 Stefan Röttcher 3 Guntram Bucher 4 Karl Heinz Schulz 5 Berny Schmits 6 Andreas Linke 7 Leo Lieret 8 Helge Lehner 9 Robert Neß 10 Felix Schäffer 11 Dorothea Jostmeier 12 Andreas Gruber

Crew Tommy Danninger Michael Barth Rudi Weinzierl Florian Schulz Michi Schmits Klaus Amann Stefan Striedl Claudia Lehner Franz-Josef Schild Christopher Haberl Helmut Jostmeier Jakob Danninger

sail nr. GER-56 GER-2071 GER-55 GER-1822 GER-72 GER-54 GER-1742 GER-96 GER-58 GER-2018 GER-17 GER-57

Total 4 7 13 14 15 17 20 20 25 30 35 39

Nebelpokal - Müggelsee - Germany, October 06/07 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Kay-Uwe Lüdtke 3 Jörg Witte 4 Ralph Jambor 5 Jörn Borowski

Crew Torsten Bahr Karsten Klenke Stefan Mädicke Jens Schreiber Andreas Berlin

sail nr. GER-19 GER-206 GER-210 GER-135 GER-202

R1 1 2 3 4 5

Total 1 2 3 4 5

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Uwe Steingroß Peter Rost Kai Schäfers Peter van Koppen Karsten Keil Frank Descher Björn Athaus Lutz Althaus Wolfgang Dietrich Detlef Schmidt Frank Kanig Sven Hermenau Matthias Grothues-Spork Henri Kramer Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf Olaf Ballerstein Jobst Wellensieck Kurt Prenzler Heinz Bollweg Hartmut Wesemüller Holger Wesemüller Brigitte Wilckens Matthias Klingbeil Jürgen Deutschmann Steffen Uhlemann Bernd Schreiber Martin Romberg Jan Lechler Jens Salow Christian Schäfer Fabian Schweigel Jörg Herrmann Oliver Hyzyk Rolf Albert Lutz Albert Marco Lieberth Mario Götz Edwin Neue Gordon Fischer Alexander Nordalm Björn Wohlrab Peter Kleffe Sebastian Heller Georg Altenhain Bernhard Mende Jochen Spaan Thomas Voigt Caroline Rudorff Jürgen Grölle

GER-99 NED-11 GER-16 GER-181 GER-224 GER-216 GER-1944 NED-5 GER-28 GER-66 GER-1777 GER-37 GER-22 GER-40 GER-100 GER-68 GER-219 GER-213 GER-211 GER-41 GER-1854 GER-240 GER-189 GER-79 GER-92

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Gulcher Memorial - Loosdrecht - The Netherlands, October 13/14 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Henry Koning 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Enno Kramer 5 Bas van der Pol 6 Albert van Vianen 7 Durk Zandstra 8 Martin Krumhaar 9 Erica Geelkerken 10 Mike Langeveld 11 Harold Wijchers 12 Ton Heijmans 13 Alberto Barenghi 14 Peter van Veen 15 Jupp Wanders 16 Paul de Schipper 17 Robert de Lange 18 Frank Nooijen 19 Pieter Staal 20 Thijs Rutten 21 Edwin Neue 22 Andreas Risne 23 Phlippe van den Haute

Crew Peter van Koppen Rob Taal Casper Schaaf Ard Geelkerken Mark van der Pol Bas Wulffers Hugo Maarleveld Toos Zandstra Daan Schutte Peter Wilbert Niels Kamphuis Louk Nelissen Cor Huisman Chris van Veen Walter Scherb Sander Klein Obbink Pieter Zandstra Ronald Huisman Arnout Wijs Theo Rutten

Harm Breek

Sail No Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 GER-111 2 1 -5 AHO-3 3 (dsq) 1 NED-5 1 -13 3 NED-26 -12 2 4 NED-32 5 5 2 NED-15 4 3 -10 NED-341 -7 4 6 GER-123 -13 6 9 NED-122 -9 9 7 GER-1924 6 -16 11 NED-25 8 11 -14 NED-311 11 8 -16 ITA-7 10 12 -15 NED-69 -19 7 17 GER-139 14 10 -20 NED-9 -21 14 12 NED-28 (ocs) 19 8 NED-327 16 -22 13 NED-312 17 15 -21 NED-348 15 17 (dnc) GER-41 18 -20 19 SWE-110 20 -21 18 BEL-15 -22 18 22

Total 3 4 4 6 7 7 10 15 16 17 19 19 22 24 24 26 27 29 32 32 37 38 40

J. Hunger Gedächtnis Preis - Wannsee - Germany, October 19/21 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Peggy Bahr 2 Kai Schäfers 3 Bernd Schreiber 4 Jörg Herrmann 5 Peter Kleffe 6 Petr Storch 7 Frank Kanig 8 Alexander Nordalm 9 Ernst Greten 10 Georg Altenhain 11 Klaus Gaede 12 Pavel Fiala 13 Michael Haupt

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Crew Torsten Bahr Martin Romberg Detlef Schmidt Oliver Hyzyk Sebastian Heller Zanker Zbynek Sven Hermenau Arndt Becker Hans Albert König Florian Müller Aeisso Kern Roman Houdek Wolfgang Höft

sail nr. GER-19 NED-11 GER-40 GER-219 GER-240 GER-114 GER-216 GER-1854 GER-12 GER-189 GER-151 CZE-1 GER-182

R1 -1 3 2 -7 6 4 5 10 8 9 -11 -13 12

R2 1 4 2 3 -7 -10 -9 5 11 6 8 12 -13

R3 1 -7 -4 2 3 5 8 -13 6 9 10 11 12

R4 1 2 3 4 7 5 6 8 (dnc) 10 9 11 12

R5 1 2 4 3 5 7 6 9 8 -12 10 13 11

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Trofeo Joaquin Bueno - Torrevieja - Spain, October 20/21 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Carlos Beltri 2 Gines Romero 3 Alvaro Echevarria 4 Marco Sevila 5 Jorge Camin 6 Francisco Martinez 7 Juan Montoya 8 Juan L. Freniche

Crew Juan Pablo de Diego Alvaro Moreno Alvaro Garciamartin Roberto Sevila Javier Cayuela José Rufo Francisco Ruiz Antonio Rivera

sail nr. ESP-7 ESP-6 ESP-8 ESP-91 ESP-10 ESP-81 ESP-85 ESP-87

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

R2 3 2 1 4 6 5 7 8

R3 (dnc) 2 1 3 4 (dnc) 5 6

R4 1 2 3 4 6 5 (dnc) (dnc)

R5 2 1 -4 3 5 dnc dnc dnc

R4 R5 1 1 -2 2 2 1 3 (dnf) 3 5 3 4 4 -11 7 8 4 9 11 5 8 -16 7 5 12 8 6 7 10 -12 6 14 11 9 6 (dnf) -17 15 14 14 13 -19 20 9 13 13 12 15 10 -18 18 15 -17 17 19 16 10 21 19 16 18 20 (dns) 22 (dnf) dnf dnf dnf dnf

2 1 3 5 8 7 -13 6 4 10 11 dnf 9 12 (dnf) (dnf) 16 15 (dnf) 14 dnf dnf dnf

Total 7 7 8 14 21 24 28 31

Herbstwettfahrten - Xanten - Germany, October 27/28 2007 pos. Helmsman 1 Kai Schäfers 2 Enno Kramer 3 Fred Schaaf 4 Harold Wijgers 5 Ernst-Hermann Pilgram 6 Rutger Jan Pessers 7 Thorsten Wenten 8 Sjors Riemslag 9 Thijs Rutten 10 Erika Geelkerken 11 Joachim Setzepfandt 12 Kilian König 13 Wolf Werner 14 Tobias Stüppardt 15 Jupp Wanders 16 Edwin Neue 17 Hans-Günter Kaiser 18 Jürgen Grölle 19 Hendrik Paping 20 Wolfgang Christ 21 Peter van Veen 22 Torsten Begemann 23 Uli Gawlick

Crew sail nr. R1 Peter van Koppen Ard Geelkerken Casper Schaaf Cor Huisman Sebastian Jack Marc van der Pol Stephan Handick Klaas van der Spek Theo Rutten Harald Berning Ulrich Kelm Johannes Brack Januscheck Grothe Gerhard Stüppardt Walter Scherb Marco Steinem Michael Kaiser Caroline Rudorff Mark Soetman Wolfgang Remy Hugo Maarleveld Silke Seelbach Dirk Marxcors

R2 R3 NED-11 1 NED-26 -2 NED-5 3 NED-25 -6 GER-10 4 NED-32 -12 GER-173 5 NED-334 11 NED-348 -20 NED-122 7 GER-153 -19 GER-113 8 GER-190 10 GER-46 16 GER-139 14 GER-41 17 GER-1397 15 GER-92 13 NED-55 18 GER-73 -21 NED-69 9 GER-714 22 GER-123 (dnf)

Total 5 6 12 17 23 28 29 29 30 34 42 47 48 55 56 57 59 60 63 70 71 92 96

Midland Area Championship - Rutland - England, October 27/28 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Toby Dale 2 Jon “Strangler” Williams 3 Julian Bridges 4 Peter Doran 5 Keith Martin 6 Ross Kearney 7 Victoria Samuel 8 Paul Atkinson 9 Neil Pye

Crew James Cole Alex Rogers Peter Hadfield Richard Phillips John Lansley Jamie Whitaker Steven Samuel Jim Harrop Colin Burns

sail nr. GBR-377 GBR-369 GBR-380 GBR-382 GBR-363 GBR-338 GBR-383 GBR-343 GBR-373

R1 1 2 4 3 6 dns 5 7 dnc

R2 1 3 2 4 5 dnc dnc dnc dnc

R3 1 2 3 4 6 5 dnc dnc dnc

R4 1 dnf dnc dnc dnc dnf dnc dnf dnf

Total 4 17 19 21 27 35 35 37 40

Victorian Championships - Melbourne - Australia, November 10/11 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Peter Bartels 2 Gary Cameron 3 Craig Ginnivan 4 Colin McLeod

Crew Charles Hawes Chris Schwarz Mark Teasdale Michael Wood

sail nr. AUS-21 AUS-339 AUS-342 AUS-322

R1 1 2 3 4

R2 2 1 3 4

R3 1 2 3 4

R4 2 1 3 4

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

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

R4 3 2 1 4 (dnf) 6 7 8 5

R5 1 2 3 4

Total 7 8 15 20

Nikolausregatta - Loheide - Germany, November 24/25 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Ernst-Hermann Pilgram 2 Fred Schaaf 3 Klaas Tilstra 4 Rutger Jan Pessers 5 Edwin Neue 6 Jürgen Grölle 7 Tobias Stüppardt 8 Hans-Georg Heinze 9 Christian Jung

Crew Sebastian Jack Casper Schaaf Paul van der Pol Harald Berning Kai Schäfers Kilian König Tobias Bertram Manfred Panuschka Thomas Grothe

sail nr. GER-10 NED-5 NED-100 NED-122 GER-41 GER-92 GER-46 GER-20 GER-35

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

Total 5 5 8 13 14 15 19 20 20

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ACT Championships - Canberra - Australia, November 24/25 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Matt Owen 2 Ian Ruff 3 Ian McCrossin 4 Michael Chapman 5 Matthew Mitchell

Crew Angus Reid Andrew Sutton Michael Denney Alan Griffith Michael Nolan

sail nr. AUS-361 AUS-371 AUS-33 AUS-365 AUS-332

R1 2 3 1 5 4

R2 2 4 3 1 5

R3 1 2 dns dns dns

R4 2 1 dns dns dns

Total 7 10 16 18 21

Nikolausregatta - Tegernsee - Germany, December 01/02 2007 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Silvia Aichholzer Christoph Zingerle 2 Kurt M체ller Ralph Aicher 3 Dieter Staib Roland Metzner 4 Peter Stanner Christian Heim체ller 5 Christoph Aichholzer Philipp Zingerle 6 Michael Dorrer Peter Kr채nkel 7 Joannis Remoundis Katja Remoundis 8 Marc Strittmatter Christopher Helms

sail nr. AUT-39 GER-103 GER-118 GER-21 AUT-382 GER-45 GER-1902 GER-172

R1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Semana Nautica de Alicante - Alicante - Spain, December 07/09 2007 pos.Helmsman 1 Gines Romero 2 Alvaro Echevarria 3 Carlos Beltri 4 Juan Montoya

Crew Alvaro Moreno Alvaro Garciamartin Juan Pablo de Diego Francisco Ruiz

sail nr. ESP-6 ESP-8 ESP-7 ESP-85

R1 3 1 2 4

R2 2 3 1 4

R3 1 3 2 4

R4 3 1 2 dnc

R5 1 2 dnf dnc

Total 7 7 7 17

Australian Championships - Adelaide - Australia, December 29 2007/January 4 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Norman Rydge 2 Ian McCrossin 3 Peter Higgins 4 Michael Chapman 5 Ian Dixon 6 Duncan McCowan 7 Matthew Mitchell 8 Andrew Belford

Crew Jordan Spencer James Cook Doug Rawson-Harris Alan Griffith Phil Webb Andrew McCowan Michael Nolan Neville Wild

sail nr. AUS-37 AUS-33 AUS-337 AUS-365 AUS-358 AUS-001 AUS-332 AUS-329

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

R2 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 8

R3 1 5 2 4 3 7 8 6

R4 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 8

R5 2 1 3 -6 4 5 8 7

R6 1 -6 2 3 (dnf) 4 5 (dnf)

Total 6 12 14 16 20 28 35 35

New Zealand Championships - Napier - New Zealand, 02/05 January 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Hideo Tayama 2 Andrew McKee 3 Alisdair Daines 4 Darryl Way 5 Joseph Bailey 6 David Barker 7 Christine Headey 8 John Bailey

Crew Chris Pike Matthew Bismark David Gibb Jason Trotter Peter Bailey John Hoogerbrug Gun Caundle Jeroen Bronstring

sail nr. NZL-110 NZL-111 NZL-107 NZL-1 GBR-385 NZL-102 NZL-100 NZL-71

R1 1 2 3 (dnf) 5 4 6 7

R2 1 2 3 dns 4 5 6 7

R3 1 2 3 4 -6 7 5 -8

R4 -3 1 -5 2 4 (dns) 7 6

R5 2 1 4 3 6 5 (dnc) 7

R6 2 1 4 3 5 8 6 7

R7 1 -3 4 2 5 7 6 8

R2 1 2 3 6 -7 5 4 8

R3 1 2 3 6 4 5 -7 (dnc)

R4 1 2 3 4 5 -7 6 (dnc)

R5 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 8

R6 -2 3 4 1 6 5 7 8

R7 1 2 4 3 5 7 6 8

Total 8 9 21 23 29 36 36 42

Midwinters - St. Petersburg - USA, January 11/14 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Lin Robson 2 Paul Scoffin 3 Tim Sayles 4 Jonathan Gorbold 5 Jeff Wrenn 6 Paul Hemker 7 Lucy Lingard 8 Nick Seraphinoff

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Crew Tim Gorbold Paul Ruzicka Jim Nunn Anna Gorbold Chris Wrenn Dave Ellis Jonathan Clapp

sail nr. USA-36 NZL-145 USA-251 GBR-367 USA-301 USA-3 USA-7 USA-264

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

R8 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 8

Total 7 16 24 27 31 38 42 57


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South African Championships Pretoria - South Africa, January 26/27 2008 pos.Helmsman 1 Nigel Trevarthen 2 Dirk von der Fecht 3 Klaus Schutler 4 Tony Aimer 5 Graham Tuckey 6 Peet van der Merwe 7 Mark Templeton

Crew Mike Smith Gavin Breckel Murray Coombes Giel Pieterse Marnus Koorts D. Viljoen Ken Tuckey

sail nr. RSA-281 RSA-280 RSA-92 RSA-270 RSA-272 RSA-264 RSA-282

R1 R2 1 1 2 2 -4 3 3 (dnc) 5 (dnf) 6 4 7 (dns)

R3 -2 1 3 4 5,5 5,5 7

R4 1 2 3 4 5 (dnf) 6

R5 1 2 3 4 6 5 dnc

R6 1 (dnc) 2 3 4 dnc dnc

Total 5 9 14 18 25,5 28,5 36

Open Bahia de Altea - Altea - Spain, February 02/03 2008 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Carlos Beltri Juan Pablo de Diego 2 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero Javier Higuera 3 Gines Romero Alvaro Moreno 4 Juan Montoya Francisco Martinez 5 Marco Sevila Roberto Sevila 6 Pablo Geras Alberto 7 Carlos Lopez Florian Krease

sail nr. ESP-7 ESP-9 ESP-6 ESP-85 ESP-91 ESP-69 ESP-60

R1 2 3 1 4 6 5 7

R2 1 3 4 2 5 6 7

R3 2 1 3 4 5 6 dnf

R1 R2 1 1 2 4 3 3 4 -8 -6 2 5 7 7 5 9 -11 12 6 8 9 10 10 11 12 -13 13 14 (dnc) 15 -17 16 15 18 14 17 16 (dnc) dnc

R3 1 2 (dnf) 4 3 6 7 5 12 8 10 11 9 13 14 (dnf) (dnf) (dnf) dnc

Total 5 7 8 10 16 17 29

Euro Flying Cup - Altea - Spain, February 07/09 2008 pos.Helmsman Crew 1 Carlos Beltri Juan Pablo de Diego 2 Kilian König Kai Schäfers 3 Francisco Martinez Vicente Guijarro 4 Fred Schaaf Casper Schaaf 5 Gines Romero Alvaro Moreno 6 Harold Wijgers Johan van Werkhoven 7 Marco Sevila Roberto Sevila 8 Dennis van Iersel Bas Wulffers 9 Juan Montoya Francisco Martinez 10 Dolores Sanchez-Herrero Javier Higuera 11 Jorge Comin Javier Cayuela 12 Pablo Geras José Luis Ruiz 13 Alberto Barenghi Andrea Vigano 14 Jürgen Grölle Caroline Rudorff 15 Juan Luis Freniche Daniel Rodriguez 16 Peter van Veen Chris van Veen 17 Uli Gawlick Dirk Marxcors 18 Carlos Lopez Florian Krease 19 Peter Wratts José Antonio

GER-66 Kurt Prenzler & Heinz Bollweg.

sail nr. ESP-7 GER-113 ESP-81 NED-5 ESP-6 NED-304 ESP-91 NED-318 ESP-85 ESP-9 ESP-10 ESP-8 ITA-7 GER-92 ESP-87 NED-69 GER-123 ESP-60 ESP-76

R4 -5 -11 1 2 3 4 9 8 -14 -10 (dsq) 6 7 15 13 12 16 dnc dnc

R5 3 1 4 2 6 -8 (dnf) 9 5 10 7 -13 11 12 14 dnc 15 dnc dnc

Total 6 9 11 12 14 22 28 31 35 35 37 40 40 54 56 63 63 73 80

DEN-21 Jorgen & Jacob Bojsen-Moller

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Dr. Gizmo’s physics chat corner Manfred Curry’s legacy Manfred Curry was born in Germany in 1899, emigrated to the US and became a citizen of that country. He died in 1953, just in time to witness the birth of our beloved FD. He actually sailed in one of the prototypes of the boat. Curry was, and probably still is, the most successful German born yacht racer. He bagged more than 1000 victories. But even more than through his yacht racing, Curry’s legacy lives on because of his work as a sailing-aerodynamics pioneer and through his inventions. It was Curry who first introduced a jib that overlapped with the mainsail. He, very successfully, first used this jib in a regatta near the Italian town of Genoa in the 1930’s. As a result of this success the ‘Genoa’, as it was henceforth called, remained there to stay. Curry’s true ticket to fame, however, was his invention of a device that nowadays is featured in multitude on almost any sailing boat: the cam cleat. In German, and also in the Dutch language, this cleat bears the name of its inventor: Curryklemme. Of course, Anglophonic sailors cannot stomach the thought of referring to a German and consequently never use the term. Rather would they honor Briggs Swift Cunningham II, who invented nothing less that the hole in the sail that proudly bears his name. The French, for whom the world ends at the frontiers of their beloved ‘Hexagon’, refrain from ever mentioning Curry’s name; they irreverently call the cleat a ‘taquet coinceur’. And the Italians? Well, are they aware that the Roman empire ceased to exist some time ago? Simple as its principle may seem, Curry’s cam cleat is a much cleverer device than meets the eye at first sight. Its secret lies in the geometry of its two jaws each of which is shaped like a part of a mathematical object called the logarithmic spiral. This spiral, shown in Fig. 1, has

a number of distinguished features: it is a self similar graph, which means that from whatever distance it is viewed, it always looks identical. Secondly, if we look at the angle at which any part of the spiral intersects a straight line extending out from the origin to infinity, we see that this angle is always the same, as is immediately clear from Fig. 1. Likewise, the spiral intersects any circle at the same angle. This angle is called the pitch of the spiral. The spiral forms a constant-angle curve and it is this property that gives cam cleats their essential properties: they hold a variety of rope diameters and their holding power is independent of this diameter and they always hold tight, independent of the force on the rope. Also, the cleat is insensitive to the precise direction of the pull of the rope. A special logarithmic spiral is one with a pitch of about 170. This so-called golden spiral is closely related to the Fibonacci series and the Golden Ratio, both favorites in mathematics as well as in renaissance art. The pitch of the jaws of Curry’s cleat is slightly bigger, typically about 200.

Fig. 1. A logarithmic spiral with a pitch of 100. Nature seems to have a preference for mathematical beauty and, indeed, logarithmic spirals appear all around us: for example in the shape

of the shells of certain mollusks, in tropical storms (see Fig. 2), and in spiral galaxies. An interesting technical application is the so called ‘friend’, a device inserted into vertical cracks by rock climbers as protection against falls. The friend is basically an inverted cam cleat (see the drawing at the right of Fig. 2). How cam cleats work Let us have a look at exactly how the cam cleat manages to prevent a rope from slipping. Firstly, let us ignore the fact that the jaws of the cleat have a jagged inner edge and that the rope is fluffy and compressible. Now look at Fig. 3. The beak of the cleat is represented by two logarithmic spirals. Of course, in a real cleat the jaws form only a segment of the spiral, but as long as the rope diameter is in the right range this does not matter. If we analyze the forces on the rope and the cleat, we see the following: the rope is held taught by a tension force T. If the rope is not to slip, each cam of the cleat must supply half this force as a reaction force. This reaction force originates from the axel of the cam. Looking at Fig. 3 we see that the torque exerted by this pair of forces tends to make the blades of the cleat rotate. This rotation is prevented because the rope pushes back on the cams. The balance of torques requires that the size if this so called ‘normal’ force N be just ½T times the ratio of the two lever arms. This ratio is 1/ tan α, where a is the pitch of the spiral. For a = 200 the ratio is slightly bigger than 3 and it does not depend on the width of the gap between the jaws. The rope will stay put if the friction force that the cleat can supply is large enough. It is a wellestablished fact in physics that the maximum friction between two objects is just the normal force multiplied by a constant called the coefficient of friction. This friction coefficient depends on the two materials and to some extent on surface roughness. Thus, we find that our cleat works if the friction coefficient between our rope and the material of the cams is bigger than tan a or about 1/3. It clearly is. Even if we were to replace the rope by a

Fig. 2. Examples of logarithmic spirals in nature and technology: Nautilus shell tropical storm and the cams of a ‘friend’, a device used as fall protection in rock climbing.

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wooden rod, the cleat would still hold it. If you have a cam cleat in your tool box you can try it at home if you don’t believe me. The cleat will not hold a polished steel rod: The friction coefficient between this material and the aluminum of the jaws is below 1/3.

You don’t have to be a rocket engineer to reinvent the wheel. It appears though that it helps if you want to reinvent the cam cleat. In 1978, a guy called Ray Jardine who was an aeronautics engineer, as well as a keen rock climber, invented the already mentioned ‘friend’, a spring loaded camming device for rock climbing based on the logarithmic spiral. These devices are designed to withstand shock loads of a falling climber which can easily exceed 10 times his body weight. As with our cleats, friends, in principle, always hold, because the friction coefficient between the aluminum blades and the rock exceeds the tangent of the pitch angle of the blades (which in this case is about 140). The normal force exerted by the rock on the cams can be several tons. Climbers can be fairly confident that the device does not slip and they can only hope that their friend can withstand the huge forces without breaking apart. Fortunately for them, most of the time their hope is vindicated.

Fig. 3 Forces on the blades of a cam cleat: The ratio of the normal force N and the tension and friction forces T/2 is set by the nonrotation equilibrium of the blades. This ratio depends only on the pitch of the spiral and is equal to tan α.

Anyway, the next time you sail and you pull in the sheet of your genoa and lodge it firmly into its Curryklemme, spare a thought for Herr Dr. Manfred.

HARKEN Sponsorship letter HARKEN Sailing Wear recently signed an important sponsorship agreement to become Official Supplier of the International Flying Dutchman Class Organization. As of the autumn-winter collection in 2005-2006 HARKEN Sailingwear will offer several models inspired by the FD’s history and emotion. Together with a lot of enthusiastic sailors, who granted the worldwide success of the FD Class, we ‘ll reach the American, Australian and New Zealand coasts, as well as the European Lakes, the Mediterranean and the Northern European nations. Harken will be inspired by the most remarkable feature of the FD Class: competing in the race for high tech and innovative solutions. For the same reason IFDCO chose Harken Sailing Wear as sponsor to supply sportswear for the FD teams. Both parties are aware that research and innovation are invaluable in the sport of dinghy racing. Having our glances always aimed towards the future, together we’ll begin this experience.

Dr. Gizmo

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Measurement thoughts This year’s rule changes You will all be well aware that this year there are a few rule changes taking place. One, the mast weight, has been eagerly awaited, but there are various others which I will try to put into context.

New Rule 58. The Weight of the Mast (excluding trapeze hooks, shroud length adjustment systems and baby stays) must not be less than a minimum of 8.5 kg. Mast corrector weights of lead must be permanently attached to the mast above the limit mark (band) No.1. The height of the centre of gravity of the mast must not be less than a minimum of 2500 mm above the top of Limit Mark (band) Number 1. The previous rule was crafted in 2004 to allow a period of transition for the class to adopt carbon masts. This transition period was scheduled to end in 2008, and so the carbon mast proviso is now superfluous.

New Rule 90. RRS 50.4 shall not apply to the FD class. RRS 50.4 attempts to define the difference between headsails and spinnakers, but unfortunately no existing genoas or jibs qualify as headsails under this rule. Presumably, therefore, they have to be regarded as spinnakers and class rule 113 limits the sail inventory for a regatta series to only one spinnaker! Thus, in order for us to continue to use two genoas the class requires to be exempt from RRS 50.4 as is permitted by the RRS.

New Rule 39. Weight The hull weight, including all fixed and moveable fittings (trapeze hooks, shroud length adjustment systems, and baby stays), buoyancy apparatus as prescribed in Rules 44-47 (whether removable or fixed) and running gear, but not including main, genoa and spinnaker sheets, must not be less than a minimum of 130.0 kg. The way this rule is now written is just to make it clear that these items, which would normally be part of the ERS defined rigging, are not included in the mast weight but must therefore be included in the hull weight. It will save all those long and involved discussions at measurement, sorry, regatta inspection and will allow us all to get on with our lives.

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New Rule 33. Deck The deck shall not be higher than 10mm above the deck line and must also be below the deck line at the mast partners. The deck line is the imaginary line between the top of the transom at the centreline and the highest point of the stem (excluding stem fittings). Instruction: Erect a taut line 150 mm above both the stem and the top of the transom, i.e. parallel to the deck line. The mast partners must be at least 150 mm below this line and the rest of the deck at least 140 mm below this line. The original FD rule was that all the deck had to be below the deck line and gave the FD its aesthetically pleasing lines. Some years ago the rule was changed in order to emphasise that the mast partners were not allowed to support the mast at a point above the deck line. The rule 68, for band #1, was also changed to require this band to be below the deck level (so that this could be easily seen) rather than the deck line (which could be an arbitrary distance above the deck level). It was only recently realised that rule 33 allows an arched deck, similar to the 505, provided only that the mast partners are below the deck line. This is definitely not what the IFDCO wants. It would be ideal to go back to the original deck line, but unfortunately there are some FD’s bobbing about out there which now have decks which are some 10mm above the deck line, and so, to accommodate these boats the above rule has been written. Call it housekeeping.

New Rules 49. The Trapeze Harness may be attached directly or indirectly to a trapeze wire or line but only by means of a single quick release system (2 seconds). The weight of the trapeze harness must not exceed a maximum of 4.0 kg and shall float after complete immersion. The trapeze harness is separate from and shall not constitute a personal buoyancy aid, as required by rule 78. 78. The following must always be carried on board: 2 paddles, minimum length 1000mm, each of minimum weight 0.25 kg. 2 adequate personal buoyancy aids, defined as devices worn around the upper part of the torso, capable of 50 N buoyancy and meeting the European CEN or an equivalent standard. The trapeze harness shall not be considered a personal buoyancy aid. It is important to emphasize that, although the trapeze harness must float, it is not a personal buoyancy aid. Furthermore, buoyancy

added to the back and lower parts of a trapeze harness could lead to a crew floating upside down, or at least face down. The personal buoyancy aid must have floatation on the chest and be a separate item of equipment. New standards for PFD’s (personal floating devices) and the quick release hooks on trapeze belts are being developed and will no doubt be implemented by ISAF when completed. We were presented with a PFD with a trapeze hook attached to it, i.e. a combined device. This is not acceptable, as FD class rules require both a 50N PFD and the trapeze belt to float! Although buoyancy built into a trapeze harness is acceptable and essential, it does not qualify as a PFD. A separate PFD for the crew must be on board when racing, and worn when the Y Flag is flying.

New Rule 71. Except when in the centre plane of the mast spar, the central axis of the boom spar shall intersect the mast spar centre plane at a distance of not more than 60mm from the aft edge of the mast spar. It was observed that a number of goosenecks had the vertical axis of rotation some distance from the aft face of the mast. No problem, this had the dual advantages of slackening the foot tension of the mainsail as one bore away and allowing the boom to be carried more square on the run. There is no intention to forbid this practice, but in the interests of safety it is suggested that this be limited, if allowed to go to excess this can and will put an unacceptable torque on the mast and could easily lead to mast failure. Specifying such a rule in other classes has lead to the above wording. The 60 mm limit was chosen by taking a walk around the boat park at an International regatta and based on common practice in the class. There you have it Ladies and Gentlemen. The rules may seem a dry old thing to write about, but they are there for our Health and safety. A bit like speed cameras really; they are there for your safety too! When Peter Hinrichsen drafted these rules he was doing a bit of housework, cleaning up the rule book and also ensuring that what we think of as an FD remains an FD. If anybody has any queries, both Peter and I can be quite easily contacted via e-mail or even snail mail. John Best


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2007 FD WORLDS LOS ALCAZARES, SPAIN Final position Bow Nat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

569 578 545 520 550 566 528 513 541 505 567 531 544 563 511 577 553 564 521 504 506 515 518 562 502 512 529 539 556 540 524 575 559 537 526 571 535 530 516 574 536 542 568 547 552 561 522 558 557 576 525 510 508 501 570 386 554 533 551 507 549 546 560 555 565 573 519 517 543 523 534 514

DEN DEN ESP ESP GER GER HUN HUN GER GER GER GER ITA ITA ESP ESP NED NED ESP ESP GER GER ITA ITA GER GER GER GER CRO CRO ITA ITA NED NED NED NED NZL NZL ESP ESP AUT AUT USA USA HUN HUN NED NED ESP ESP ESP ESP ESP ESP GER GER GER GER NED NED NZL NZL GER GER NED NED HUN HUN ITA ITA AUT AUT USA USA GER GER GBR GBR GBR GBR NED NED GER GER GBR GBR GER GER NED NED GER GER AUS AUS GER GER GER GER GER GER NED NED ROM ROM SLO SLO ITA ITA GER GER GBR GBR AUT AUT NED NED GER GER ESP ESP NED NED NED NED GER GER NED NED ESP ESP GER GER USA USA USA USA GBR GBR ESP ESP GBR GBR POR POR

EQUIPMENT LIST Helm

Sail Helm 21 7 199 70 87 202 10 6 25 81 210 93 19 206 51 45 26 32 111 8 382 36 78 5 9 91 86 113 74 334 110 98 312 13 4 40 251 13 369 382 33 66 367 173 122 213 123 75 259 130 348 100 1 7 12 386 11 327 41 85 341 315 79 304 10 133 1435 2 385 87 343 99

Crew

BOJSEN-MØLLER Jorgen BOJSEN-MØLLER Jacob BELTRI Carlos CAYUELA Javier BOGUMIL Dirk LISKEN Michael MAJTHENYI Szabolcs DOMOKOS Andras SCHWARZ Hans-Peter KIRST Roland BOROWSKI Jörn BERLIN Andreas CIPRIANI Roberto MORELLI Stefano ROMERO Gines MARINO Alvaro WIJGERS Harold KAMPHUIS Niels MARTINEZ Francisco MANCHADO Arturo WITTE Jörg MÄDICKE Stefan UNGARO Luca UNGARO Marco BAHR Peggy BAHR Torsten LÜDTKE Kay-Uwe SCHÄFERS Kai MATULJA Tin MATULJA Robin VESPASIANI Francesco GERUNZI Francesco KRAMER Enno GEELKERKEN Ard VAN DER POL Bas VAN DER POL Marc MCKEE Andrew BISMARK Matthew ECHEVARRIA Alvaro GARCIAMARTIN Alvaro AICHHOLZER Christoph ZINGERLE Philipp ROBSON Lin FRY John KARDOS Antal POLGAR Csaba SCHAAF Fred SCHAAF Casper SANCHEZ Dolores DE DIEGO Juan SEVILA Marco SEVILA Roberto SANCHEZ PASTOR Jose HIGUERA Javier KÖNIG Kilian BRACK Johannes GROß Jurgen SCHAY Philipp RIEMSLAG Sjors VAN DER SPEK Klaas TAYAMA Hideo LAURENCE Adrian MARKHOFF Shmuel KRUGER Jens-Uwe STAAL Pieter WIJS Arnout SULI Andras PAPP David VESPASIANI Nicola CARINCOLA Carlo SCHMID-SIEGEL AlexanderSKODA Wolfgang SAYLES Tim RUZICKA Pavel KÖNIG Hans-Albert NOTTE Martin STRANGLER John ROGERS Alex DORAN Peter PHILLIPS Richard HEIJINK Tanja VAN DER VALK Nettie PRENZLER Kurt BOLLWEG Heinz GORBOLD Jonathan GORBOLD Anna WENTEN Thorsten HANDICK Stephen GEELKERKEN Erika BERNING Harald ALBERT Rolf ALBERT Lutz PARKER Douglas MATULJA Ferdo ZBIL Christian BICHLER Paul BUNDEL Ralf VIEWEG Svend VON MULERT Christian GIEL Markus RUTTEN Thijs RUTTEN Theo BUTUCARU Mihai DOARA Liviu TOMORI Luka URBAN Jan BARENGHI Alberto GUIJARRO Vincente GRETEN Ernst KRUGER Detlef LYALL Tony BURNS Colin MOSER Walter SITZWOHL Wolfgang NOOIJEN Frank HUISMAN Ronald NEUE Edwin RUDORFF Caroline MONTOYA Juan MARTINEZ Francisco ZANDSTRA Durk MAARLEVELD Hugo BUIJS Clovis VAN BALLEGOOIJEN Marleen SPAAN Jochen VOIGT Thomas JANNICHSEN Nils VAN WERKHOVEN Johan COMIN Jorge PENALAVA Bernardo KÖNIG Elisa WEISSBACH Julia WELLS Peter WELLS Barbara HEMKER Paul BERNARD Bill BAILEY Joseph BAILEY Peter FRENICHE Juan FRENICHE JR Juan ATKINSON Paul HARROP Jim PARAISO Rafael PARAISO Baltazar

Crew

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year

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175 170 180 185 177 178 175 173 185 180 181 174 166 176 187 192 179 190 182 183 190 156 186 178 156 175 170 180 180 183 175 175 178 190 193 174 180 182 188 169 178 178 195 189 179 186 168 170 180 180 192 184 178 167 187 175 190 196 182 175 200 185 178 172 183 172 173 175 180 180 ? 185

88 105 75 90 100 88 106 95 90 82 105 89 90 88 89 88 88 88 95 99 80 84 92 70 96 92 85 90 93 88 82 88 93 86 80 84 92 ? 83 95 88 81 83 82 93 86 ? 75 78 70 100 90 73 ? 102 92 95 80 ? 81 89 67 78 85 88 78 64 133 90 95 ? 70

178 177 176 190 190 192 180 187 190 185 198 185 184 184 185 187 194 190 192 188 195 180 184 181 180 180 178 190 190 183 172 183 185 183 180 176 185 ? 188 185 173 181 ? 183 177 186 ? 180 178 186 183 185 180 ? 187 175 188 180 ? 181 181 169 179 190 180 173 165 185 178 179 ? 180

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2006 2005 2007 2007 1991 1990 2003 2007 1990 2000 2004 2006 1989 1998 1991 2005 1992 1990 1987 1992 1988 2004 1989 2005 2001 2007 1996 2006 2006 1990 1991 1991 1986 2004 1988 1995 1991 1987 1990 1997 2006 2006 1990 1983 2001 2006 1992 1987 1990 1999 1998 2000 2005 2002 2006 2006 1983 1988 1990 1990 1990 1985 1991 2005 2007 2007 1983 2007 2002 1990 1983 1983


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MADER STEINGROSS BOGUMIL MADER TEB MADER MADER TEB VELS TEB MADER MADER MADER TEB MADER Boyelium VELS MADER McxKEE MADER MADER water raf MADER TEB TEB BOGUMIL MADER MADER BOGUMIL van der Spek ? MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER BOGUMIL MADER KDV MADER TEB BOGUMIL MADER MADER FES MADER VELS MADER TEB TEB MADER TEB H MADER TEB MADER MADER KDV KDV MADER TEB MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER

MADER STEINGROSS Bogumil Bloodaxe MADER MADER Avant Garde Lindsey MADER TEB MADER MADER MADER TEB MADER Boyelium VELS MADER McKEE TEB MADER MADER MADER MADER TEB Batilus MADER MADER Bogumil Vels Anchor Mak MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER Bogumil MADER KDV MADER MADER Bogumil Contervat MADER FES MADER MADER MADER Bloodaxe TEB MADER MADER H MADER KDV MADER MADER KDV MADER MADER TEB TEB MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER MADER

PROCTOR PROCTOR Bogumil PROCTOR PROCTOR S Spar Avant Garde Avant Garde S Spar SELDEN PROCTOR Avant Garde Avant Garde PROCTOR Avant Garde PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR CTECH PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR Avant Garde Avant Garde Gold Spar Southern Spars Avant Garde Gold Spar Southern PROCTOR Proctor SELDEN S Spar PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR FORTE S Spar Avant Garde PROCTOR S Spar PROCTOR SELDEN PROCTOR S Spar PROCTOR S Spar S Spar PROCTOR S Spar Proctor Avant Garde PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR PROCTOR Proctor S Spar S Spar S Spar PROCTOR New Zealand PROCTOR FORTE S Spar PROCTOR S Spar S Spar

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International FD Calender August 2008 2-3 9-10 15-17 16-17 16-17 22-24 23-24 29-31 30-31

Silberner FD LTSC Regatta Austrian Championships Beneluxchampionships Sieben Schwaben North Garda Trophy Semana de Vela British Championships Herbstwettfahrten

Tegernsee, Germany Lymington Town, England Achensee, Austria Scharendijke, The Netherlands Alpsee, Germany Riva, Italy (Eurocup) Jávea, Spain Lee on the Solent, England Steinhude, Germany

September 2008

GER-210 Witte & MN ̃ dicke and ESP-7 Beltri & Cayuela

April 2008 5-6 12-13 19-20 19-20 19-20 19-20 26-27 26-27 26-27

Konstanzer Auftakt Trapezregatta Alto Adriatico Trophy Westeinder Oxford Tankards Spring Cup Eder-Möhne Cup Sandlerregatta Wannseepokal

Konstanz, Germany Steinhude, Germany Cervia, Italy Westeinder, The Netherlands Oxford, England Balatonfüred, Hungary Edersee, Germany Eixendorf, Germany Wannsee, Germany

4-7 5-7 5-7 5-7 6-7 13-14 20-21 20-21 20-21 20-21 20-21 20-21 20-27 24-28 27-28 27-28 30-31

May 2008 1-3 3-4 9-12

Hungarian Championships Balatonfoldvar, Hungary Dutch Championships Muiden, The Netherlands Italian Championships Castiglione della Pescaia,Italy Copa de España Benidorm, Spain Goldener FD Plauen, Germany Attersee Attersee, Austria Kehraus Regatta Steinhude, Germany Modrý hrozen Nové Mlýny, Czech Republic Happurger See Happurger See, Germany Symmetric Grand Prix FastsailRutland, England Silberne Kanne Tutzing, Germany Seglerhauspreis Wannsee, Germany Vintage Yachting Games Medemblik, the Netherlands German Championships Konstanz, Germany Lemmer Lemmer, The Netherlands Nebelpokal Müggelsee, Germany Františka Ehla Memorial Otmouchovska, Czech Republic

FD Cup Diessen Silberreiher North Sea Regatta

Diessen, Germany Neusiedl, Austria Scheveningen, The Netherlands 10-11 Pavlovská Regatta Nové Mlýny, Czech Republic 11-12 Scharmützelseewoche Scharmützelsee, Germany 11-12 FD Cup Staffelsee Staffelsee, Germany 11-12 Pfingstwettfahrten Steinhude, Germany 16-18 Balaton Championship Balatonfüred, Hungary 17-18 Walter Pasquini Trophy Forte dei Marmi, Italy 17-18 Steinberger Krug Steinbergersee, Germany 24-25 FD Cup Brombachsee Brombachsee, Germany 30-7 June European Championships Rabac, Croatia (Eurocup)

June 2008 14-15

Zomerbraassem

14-15 21-22 21-22 21-24 26-29 27-29 28-29 28-29 28-29 28-30

Bayerwaldpokal Garda Trophy FD Cup Simssee Kieler Woche Spanish Championships Kövari Memorial Workum FD Regatta Rothsee Zell am See Czech Championships

October 2008 Roelofarendsveen, The Netherlands Neubäu, Germany Brenzone, Italy Simssee, Germany Kiel, Germany (Eurocup) Altea, Spain Balatonfüred, Hungary Workum, The Netherlands Rothsee, Germany Zell am See, Austria Lipno, Czech Republic

July 2008 5-6 5-6 5-6 12-13 18-27

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Kuhschelle International Week Long distance & pursuit races Sächsiche Meisterschaft Travemünder Woche

HUN-70 Szabolcs Majthenyi & Andras Domokos

Alpsee, Germany Balatonfüred, Hungary Bala, England Plauen, Germany Travemünde, Germany

3-4 11-12 18-19 18-19 18-19 18-19 25-26 25-26

FD Cup Eching Gulcher Memorial

Eching, Germany Loosdrecht, The Netherlands(Eurocup) Ganshautregatta Staffelsee, Germany Prueba Autonómica Campello, Spain J. Hunger Gedächtnis Preis Wannsee, Germany Season-End Regatta Balatonfüred, Hungary Midland Area ChampionshipsRutland, England Herbstregatta Xanten, Germany

November 2008 22-23 22-23 29-30

Trofeo Joaquín Bueno Nikolausregatta Boterletter

Torrevieja, Spain Loheide, Germany Kralingen, The Netherlands

December 2008 6-8 Semana Náutica Alicante, Spain 7-8 Nikolausregatta Tegernsee, Germany 31-11 January 2009 World Championships Napier, New Zealand


800

1

30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30%

35.00 _ 35.00 _ 66.00 _ 66.00 _ 28.00 _ 28.00 _ 28.00 _ 28.00 _ 28.00 _ 28.00 _ 88.00 _ 88.00 _

Please e.mail or Fax your order to Alberto Barenghi FAX. +39-0341-285.268 - Ph: +39-0341-287.252 - Mob : +39-335-682.1411 Internet : www.albertobarenghi.com - E-Mail : fd.ita-7@albertobarenghi.com With regard to the payment, please do the Bank Transfer to the following address: International Flying Dutchman Class Organization – Abcoude - the Netherlands Account: 60.79.71.169 - Bank: ABN-AMRO BIC: ABNANL2A - IBAN: NL58ABNA0607971169

CLOTHES COLLECTED BY ON NOTES

RECEIVED

1 2

2 1 1

49.94 _ 49.94 _ 94.60 _ 94.60 _ 39.00 _ 39.50 _ 39.50 _ 39.50 _ 39.50 _ 39.50 _ 120.00 _ 120.00 _

35.00 _ 35.00 _ 66.00 _ 66.00 _ 88.00 _

min max

Sizes not in stock may be ordered - please contact Alberto Barenghi re delivery dates

4

2 2 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 1 1

30% 30% 30% 30% 30%

Boat weight average

TOTAL DUE

2 2

3 3 4 4 3 2 1 1

2

49.94 _ 49.90 _ 94.60 _ 94.60 _ 120.00 _

Boat L.MADER KDV Bogumil HOME D McKAY D P Yachting EIJK FES H MADER STEINGROS VAN WERKHOVEN1 Vels Composiet

The Winter sailor jacket (544) is available to order and is similar to sailor jacket (530) but with different inner cloth

530 530

2572

2526 2566

3 3 4 4 3 2 1 1 2 1 3

4 3 3 1 4

Average details for crew 40 yrs (min 20 max 69) 87 kg (min 64 max 133) 183 cm (min 165 max 198)

2 2 3 3 5 2 1 1

4 3 3 1 5

IFDCO XS S member price

Average details for helm 43 yrs (min 16 max 70) 80 kg ( min 46 max 107) 180 cm (min 156 max 200)

Shipping April 2006 – January 2007 polo m/c with pocket 033 - blue 034 - red pile gilet 033 - blue 034 - red polo m/c with ovale 031 - white t-shirt with FD boat 022 - turquoise 025 - orange 033 - blue t-shirt with FD boat 935 - colonial/orange 937 - white/royal sailor jacket 031 - white sailor jacket 034 - red

3

3 1 3 1 4

% Discount for IFDCO members

Helm and crew

and 3 216

sailor jacket

530

033 - blue 034 - red 033 - blue 034 - red 032 - blue

Shop price

13,3 8

2

pile gilet

800

XS

TOTAL COST

Mast

rd

September 2005 polo m/c with pocket

1st Shipping 216

Colour

ORDER M L XL XXL

Figures FD Worlds 2007

nd

Fashion

Cod. Model

IN STOCK S M L XL XXL

max min

For Photos of clothing see IFDCO website www.sailfd.org

mast weight mast weight

HARKEN Sailing Wear - IFDCO ORDER FORM 2007

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Boats 51 6 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1

132,25 126,25 145,5

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Flying Dutchman Bulletin 154

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

Advertising If you are interested in publishing an advert in the FD Bulletin, please contact us at fdbulletin@gmail.com. These are the current advertisment rates: 1/1 page €250.0 1/2 page €200.0 1/3 page €150.0 1/4 page €100.0 Frontcover inside €325.0 Rearcover inside €300.0 5th advert in consecutive issues free

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

NED-32 Bas & Marc van der Pol and NZL-111 Mckee & Bismark


Function General Committee President V-P Specials General Treasurer General Secretary V-P Technical V-P Championship Honorary Secretary Commodores IFDCO N-W Europe N-S America Mediterranean Central Europe Eastern Europe South Pacific Chief Measurer

Name

e-mail address

Telephone

Address

Town

ZIP-code

Fax

Alberto Barenghi Bernd Schreiber Fred Schaaf Peter Doran Peter Hinrichsen Stephen Parry Clé Jeltes

fd.ita-7@albertobarenghi.com FDKLASSE@AOL.com a.c.schaaf@chello.nl fdsec@sailfd.org hinrichsen@videotron.ca stephen.parry19@btinternet.com chjfd@tiscali.nl

39 - 0341-287252 49-(0)30-857.7250 31(0)294284325 44-(0)1865-726.331 1-514-695.3836 44-(0)2392-552.809 31-(0)35-656.3195

via Cavour, 52/C Johann-Georg-Str 21/22 Koningsvaren 32 4 Westrup Close 11 Willowbrook Avenue 40 Manorway

Lecco, Italy Berlin, Germany Abcoude, Holland Oxford, England Beaconsfield, Canada Lee-on-Solent, England

23900 10709 1391AK OX3 OHZ H9W 3P8 PO13 9JQ

39-0341-285268 49-(0)30-857.72523

Enno Kramer Lin Robson Fulvio Colletti Tobias Frank Zsofia Csanda James Cook John Best Paul Hemker

c-e.kramer@wxs.nl lin@sales.northsails.com fulvio.ita19@collettisrl.191.it t.frank@ra-frank.de csandazs@t-online.hu jim.cook@multiplex.biz john.l.best@btconnect.com phemker@earthlink.net

31(0)172-436.356 1-727-898.1123 39-0545-22399 49-(0)6261-12051 36-(0)1-200.1102 61-(0)2-9810.5665 44-(0)1489-895.582 1-937-437.7261

Platolaan 40 Alphen a/d Rijn, Holland 1320, 20°St. North St. Petersburgh FL viale Masi, 36 Lugo, Italy Pfalzgraf-Otto Str 10 Mosbach, Germany Kondorkert 10 Budapest, Hungary NO 1 Kent Street Sydney, New South Wales Overdean, Dean Ln, Bishops Walth.Southampton, England 8207 State Route 121 New Paris OH - USA

2408DR FL 33713 48022 74821 1125

61-(0)2-9747.0229 61-(0)2-4456.4500 61-(0)7-3253.8261 61-(0)5-277.257 61-(0)9-364.1866

PO Box 397 33 Berry Street PO Box 420 17 Tovel Street 886 Canning Highway

43-(0)1-5867.527 55-(0)11-5666.8390 1-604-731.5925 56-(0)2-204.3415 38(0)5-5129.2077

1-716-586.5096 1-610-429-9765 1-850-668.3404 1-937-437.7261 1-281-360.7580 zks7@sboglobal.net 31-(0)6-1884.7479

Margaretenstrasse 28/5 Wien, Austria Av. Silvio Sciumbata 644 010 Sao Paulo - Brazil 2837 West 6th Avenue Vancouver, BC - Canada Julio Prado 1010 Providecia Santiago - Chile Rezine 26b Lovran, Croatia Larnaka YC - PO Box 383 Larnaka - Cyprus Na Vrskach, 286 Zlatniky- Hodkovice Nybrovej, 230 Lyngby - Denmark Janiksentie, 1 Espoo 94 - Finland 133, rue Michel Ange Paris - France Hussenstrasse, 30 Konstanz, Germany Pfalzgraf-Otto-Strasse, 10 Mosbach, Germany Johann Georg Strasse, 20/21 Berlin, Germany Akams, 31 Immenstadt -Oberallgau Reichenbacherstrasse, 5 Rotschau - Germany Kamerunweg, 16 Hannover - Germany Dockenhudener Strasse,12/A Hamburg - Germany Teigelofen, 8 Hamm - Germany 19 Mendelsham Welwyn Garden City Akakion, 68 Marousi, Athens - Greece 19H Gloucester Road Causeway B Hong Kong Kondokert, 10 Budapest - Hungary Highfield Farm, Ashwell Road Whissendine - Ireland Kibutz Sdot Yam - Israel via Rotino, 3 Massa (Italy) 594 Horiuchi, Hayama-Machi Miura-Gun,v Kanagawaken Korean Y.A., Daewoo Bldg. Seoul - Korea 47 rue des Glacis Luxembourg P.Villasenor 25/B, Sec, Hidalgo Guadalajara Amalia van Solmslaan, 30 Zeist, The Netherlands 440, The Esplanade Wellington, New Zealand Gullbakkveien, 3/B Hovik - Norway ul Krazickiego 40/12 Gdynia - Poland Av. Dr. Mateus Teixeira de Azv. 80A 1 Tavira, Algarve - Portugal str.Cringului 15 sector 1 Bucharest, Romania 7-(0)95-201.1066 Luzhetskaya nad 8 via E. Salgari, 13/A Genova Pegli, San Marino Prusnikova, 54 Ljubljana, Sentvid Golianova 42 Nitra, Slovak Republic Weltevreden Park, 1715 Roodepoort, South Africa Plaza de la Legion Espanola, 10 Valencia - Spain Pillfinksvagen, 1 Vejbystrand - Sweden Weinhaldestrasse, 16 Rorhschacherberg 21 New Bury Hill Glencoe PoS - Trinidad 90-(09232-421.3851 1379 SK 2/5 01004-0223 Amhurst, MA 3 South Pittsford Hills Pittsford NY - USA 291 Cromwell Lane West Chester - USA 405 Audubon Dr. Tallahassee FL - USA 8207 State Route 121 New Paris OH - USA 2518 Spruce Pine Kingswood TX - USA 1434 Via Codomiz Ave. Elandsstraat 127 1 Amsterdam

NSW 2133 NSW 2090 QLD 4029 VIC 382 WA 6153 SA 1040 CEP 04790 V6K 1X2

Izmir - Turkey PO Box 223 NY 14534 PA 19380 FL 32312 OH 45347 TX 77345 San Josè - USA 1016RZ

1-514-695.3836 44-(0)1489-895.582 1-937-437.7261 31-(0)35-656.3195

11 Willowbrook Avenue Overdean, Dean Ln, Bishops Walth. 8207 State Route 121 Bergsepad, 4

Beaconsfield, Canada Sothampton, England New Paris OH - USA Ankeveen, Holland

H9W 3P8 1-514-343.621 S032 1FW 44-(0)1489-891.340 OH 45347 PS 1244 31-(0)35-656.4004

44-(0)2392-552.809 49-(0)8323-8227

40 Manorway Akams, 31

Lee-on-Solent, England Immenstadt -Oberallgau

PO13 9JQ 44-(0)2392-552.825 87509 49-8323-986.248

31(0)294284325 39 - 0341-287252

Koningsvaren 32 via Cavour, 52/C

Abcoude, Holland Lecco, Italy

1391AK 23900

39 - 0341-287252 1-727-898.1123 31-(0)-76-565.8807

via Cavour, 52/C 1320, 20°St. North Wagenmakerspark, 90

Lecco, Italy St. Petersburgh FL Breda, Holland

23900 FL 33713 4818 TV

39-0341-285268 1-727-898-0211

39 - 0341-287252 39-0545-22399 49-(0)172-406.2858

via Cavour, 52/C viale Masi, 36

Lecco, Italy Lugo, Italy

23900 48022

39-0341-285268 39-0545-31799

44-(0)1590-670.963

9, Admirals Court, Quay Road

Lymington, England

SO 41 3ET 44-(0)1590-670.962

ul Trzesniowska, 42A

Lublin, Poland

20-227

36-(0)1-200.1102

Kondorkert 10

Budapest, Hungary

1125

44-(0)1865-726.331

4 Westrup Close

Oxford, England

OX3 OHZ 44-(0)1865-384.608

Zwarte laan 24

Voorburg, Holland

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