Bandit IF Regatta – Nov 26th 2022

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From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Red, Julie, Jack, Darb & Kit, Siri, Moon, and Rugger. Committee boat: Daenerys, and Tamarushka.

The last North Sea Bandit IF regatta for November, 2022, took place on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. We started with seven Bandit IFs. One Bandit IF had crew on board. We had a great start and Rugger took the lead right away. He and Red hit a corner of a region and had to give up. Julie then took a lead and was chased by Moon. Siri and Jack would battle for third place all day. Luckily there were no guns on board :).

In the second race we left with five boats. Julie immediately took the lead again. Siri and Jack chased Moon, but he stayed ahead of them. Towards the end of the match, fate struck for Julie. She lost control of her boat and sailed directly against the huts in the region of Clementine. As a result, Moon and Jack overtook her, but in the end she was still second.

There were two DNFs (Did Not Finish) and no DSQs (Disqualified) through both races and it was another successful and sporty day in The North Sea.

Race Director: Daenerys
Assistant Race Directors: Tarmarushka, and Cryptic

Wind: 265 (W ) 18kts

Wind: 255° (WbS) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Disqualified (DSQ) = number of finish + number of DNFs + 1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winners were Moon (Moonglownight Resident), with Julie (JulieRoyale Resident) second, and Jack (Jacquimo Resident) in third place.

Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate.

Race Notes:
Moon (moonglownight Resident) and Julie (JulieRoyale Resident) finished tied with 3 points. As they both have duplicate finishes, Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If a tie still remains between two or more boats, they shall be ranked in order of their scores in the last race. Any remaining ties shall be broken by using the tied boats’ scores in the next-to-last race and so on until all ties are broken. These scores shall be used even if some of them are excluded scores.

Skipper Race 1 Race 2
moonglownight Resident 2 1
JulieRoyale Resident 1 2

In the last race, Moon breaks the tie with Julei with his first place finish over Julie’s second place finish.


Jack (Jacquimo Resident) and Siri (Sirius Rosca) finished tied with 7 points. As they both have duplicate finishes, Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If a tie still remains between two or more boats, they shall be ranked in order of their scores in the last race. Any remaining ties shall be broken by using the tied boats’ scores in the next-to-last race and so on until all ties are broken. These scores shall be used even if some of them are excluded scores.

Skipper Race 1 Race 2
Jacquimo Resident 4 3
Sirius Rosca 3 4

In the last race, Jack breaks the tie with Siri with his third place finish over Siri’s fourth place finish.


Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) and Red (RedHeadJo Resident) both finished tied with 12 points. As they both have the exact same finishes,  DNFs (Did Not Finish) during the first race and DNSs (Did Not Start) for the second race, neither Rule A8.1 or Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing will satisfy breaking their tie. Therefore, Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) and Red (RedHeadJo Resident) both remain tied in sixth place overall.
 

North Sea Open Regatta – November 23rd 2022

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (TMS Star Class), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Toni (TMS Flying Shadow), Theresa and Jamie (Bandit 22 LTE), Xiao (TMS Sea Boss - Rider), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Farryn, Daenerys, Tamarushka, Red, Munro, Caethes, Mayuriko, Asher, Reni, and Aiko.

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (TMS Star Class), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Toni (TMS Flying Shadow), Theresa and Jamie (Bandit 22 LTE), Xiao (TMS Sea Boss – Rider), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Farryn, Daenerys, Tamarushka, Red, Munro, Caethes, Mayuriko, Asher, Reni, and Aiko.

Calm seas, with a nice fleet turnout, highlighted this years Thanksgiving edition of the North Sea Open Regatta. The North Sea regions were generally well behaved as two DNFs (Did Not Finish) were recorded on the day. The first DNF, occurring during the small boat portion, was due to a skipper crashing on a region border crossing. The remaining DNF, occurring during the big boat portion, was due to a skipper crashing while crossing over region corners. The crowds that gathered along the shores of the islands in the Ziziphus and Genip regions, and along the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, savored a thrilling display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers.

This weeks small boat fleet, sailing on North Sea Olympic Course (Long), was made up of a majority of four Bandit 22 LTEs. One The Mesh Shop (TMS) Flying Shadow, one TMS Star Class, and one TMS Sea Boss – Rider rounded out this weeks small boat fleet. Meanwhile, the big boat fleet, sailing on the North Sea CCW (counter-clockwise) course, was made up of a small majority of two Trudeau 12 Metres. One WildWind RC-44r, one TMS I-Mocca 60, one TMS Es Paradis, and one TMS Ocean Beach rounded out this weeks big boat fleet.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (WildWInd RC-44r), Niem (TMS Es Paradis), Moon (Trudeau 12 Metre), Xiao (TMS Ocean Beach), ViV (Trudeau 12 Metre), and Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Tamarushka, Daenerys, Red Theresa, Christi, Caethes, Mayuriko, Toni, Asher, Reni, and Aiko.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (WildWInd RC-44r), Niem (TMS Es Paradis), Moon (Trudeau 12 Metre), Xiao (TMS Ocean Beach), ViV (Trudeau 12 Metre), and Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Tamarushka, Daenerys, Red Theresa, Christi, Caethes, Mayuriko, Toni, Asher, Reni, and Aiko.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Directors: Daenerys, and Tamarushka
Wind: SW (225°) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre), with Emileigh (Emileigh Starbrook) second, and Moon (moonglownight Resident) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
Toni (MindMission Resident), Xiao (XiaoMarque01 Resident), and Niem (NiemDarr Resident) all finished tied with 10 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
MindMission Resident 3 7
XiaoMarque01 Resident 4 6
NiemDarr Resident 5 5

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Toni’s favor with having a third place finish over Xiao’s fourth, and Niem’s fifth place finishes as their best.
 

Bandit Regatta – Nov 21st 2022

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Ester and Yola (Bandit 22 LTE), Emilio and Sunday (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 25 R), Leon (Bandit 55), Sirius (Bandit IF), Red (Bandit IF), Vicky (Bandit 22 LTE), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Theresa and RedForce (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit 60), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Coralie, Henry, Tamarushka, and Daenerys.

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Ester and Yola (Bandit 22 LTE), Emilio and Sunday (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 25 R), Leon (Bandit 55), Sirius (Bandit IF), Red (Bandit IF), Vicky (Bandit 22 LTE), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Theresa and RedForce (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit 60), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Coralie, Henry, Tamarushka, and Daenerys.

Calm seas, with a great fleet turnout, highlighted this weeks North Sea Bandit Regatta. With a moderate breeze of 11 knots out of the southwest, rising to 15 knots during the second race, The North Sea regions were well behaved as one DNF (Did Not Finish) was recorded on the day. The lone DNF, recorded during the first lap of the second race, was due to a skipper crashing while crossing over region corners. The crowds that gathered on the lighthouse observation deck on the island in the Ziziphus region, as well as on the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, delighted in a dynamic display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers. This weeks fleet, sailing on North Sea Olympic Course (Short) and a two lap affair on the North Sea Short Loop course, was made up of a majority of nine Bandit 22 LTEs. Four Bandit IFs, one Bandit 25 R, and one Bandit 60 rounded out this weeks Bandit fleet.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Directors: Daenerys, and Tamarushka

Wind: SW (225°) 11kts

Wind: SW (225°) 15kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Rugger (ruggeromare Resident), with Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) second, and Moon (moonglownight Resident) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and to the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) and Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) both finished tied with 4 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
ruggeromare Resident 1 3
Nicole Myhre 2 2

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Rugger’s favor with having a first place finish over Zimtzicke’s second place finish as her best.


Moon (moonglownight Resident) and Ester (citacg Resident) both finished tied with 9 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
moonglownight Resident 3 6
citacg Resident 4 5

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Moon’s favor with having a third place finish over Ester’s fourth place finish as her best.


Max (Max Starostin) and Theresa (Resi Pfeffer) both finished tied with 13 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Max Starostin 4 9
Resi Pfeffer 6 7

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Max’s favor with having a fourth place finish over Theresa’s sixth place finish as her best.


Cilian (Cilian McCulloug) and Emilio (emiliopc7 Resident) both finished tied with 21 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Cilian McCulloug 5 16
emiliopc7 Resident 9 12

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Cilian’s favor with having a fifth place finish over Emilio’s ninth place finish as his best.
 

Bandit IF Regatta – Nov 19th 2022

From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Julie, Max, Jack, Siri, Rodney, Red, Sea, Moon, and Rugger. Committee boat: Daenerys. Pier: Niem. Dock: Tamarushka.

From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Julie, Max, Jack, Siri, Rodney, Red, Sea, Moon, and Rugger. Committee boat: Daenerys. Pier: Niem. Dock: Tamarushka.

A beautiful Saturday afternoon in November was the scene for this weeks North Sea Bandit IF Regatta. We started with nine bandit IFs. Three skippers sailed west of Satsuma and six skippers then sailed east of Satsuma, which proved to be the best route in both races. At the first mark, Red took the lead, followed by Jack, Rugger and Max. Julie and Moon followed at a distance. But Julie and Max found a sandbar and fell behind. Rugger took his chances and took the lead. Red sat in his wake and Moon followed at a distance. Behind it Sea, Jack, and Siri. Fate struck for Red and we had to move on without her. Moon, meanwhile, was hot on Rugger’s heels, but he didn’t give in a straw. In the background Sea, Jack, Julie, and Max would battle for third place

In the second race we started again with nine skippers. Max had a really good start. Closely followed by Julie, Jack, Red, and Sea. Halfway through the race, Julie took over the lead from Max. Siri and Red followed behind Sea, Moon, and Rugger. On the way back it became clear that the battle was not over yet. Julie slowly moved away from the fleet. behind her would be Moon, Siri, Max, and Red vying for second place

There were three DNFs (Did Not Finish) and no DSQs (Disqualified) through both races and it was another successful and sporty day in The North Sea.

Race Director: Daenerys
Assistant Race Director: Cryptic

Wind: 265° (W ) 18kts

Wind: 255° (WbS) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Disqualified (DSQ) = number of finish + number of DNFs + 1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winners were Julie (JulieRoyale Resident), with Moon (Moonglownight Resident) second, and Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) in third place.

Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate.

Race Notes:
Julie (JulieRoyale Resident) and Moon (moonglownight Resident) both finished tied with 4 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
JulieRoyale Resident 1 3
moonglownight Resident 2 2

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Julie’s favor with having a first place finish over Moon’s second place finish as his best.


Red (RedHeadJO Resident) and Jack (Jacquimo Resident) finished tied with 12 points. As they both have duplicate finishes, Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If a tie still remains between two or more boats, they shall be ranked in order of their scores in the last race. Any remaining ties shall be broken by using the tied boats’ scores in the next-to-last race and so on until all ties are broken. These scores shall be used even if some of them are excluded scores.

Skipper Race 1 Race 2
RedHeadJO Resident 7 5
Jacquimo Resident 5 7

In the last race, Red breaks the tie with Jack with her fifth place finish over Jack’s seventh place finish.
 

North Sea Open Regatta – November 16th 2022

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emilio (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 22 LTE), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Red (Bandit IF), ViV (TMS Star Class), Max (Bandit 22 LTE), Max and Wyndi (TMS Star Class), Sirius (Bandit IF), Cilian (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Theresa and Toni (Bandit 22 LTE), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, Henry, and Asher.

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emilio (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 22 LTE), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Red (Bandit IF), ViV (TMS Star Class), Max (Bandit 22 LTE), Max and Wyndi (TMS Star Class), Sirius (Bandit IF), Cilian (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Theresa and Toni (Bandit 22 LTE), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, Henry, and Asher.

Calm to slightly choppy seas, with a great fleet turnout, highlighted this weeks North Sea Open Regatta. The North Sea regions were generally well behaved as three DNFs (Did Not Finish) were recorded on the day. All three DNFs, one occurring during the small boat portion and two during the big boat portion, were the results of skippers crossing over region corners. The two DNFs during the big boat portion were the direct results of a particularly nasty corner rounding, around the northern tip of the island in the Ziziphus region, amongst a pack of six of the fleet at that point. The crowds that gathered along the beaches of the islands in the Ziziphus and Genip regions, and along the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, delighted in a rousing display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers.

This weeks small boat fleet, sailing on the North Sea CCW (counter-clockwise) course, was made up of a majority of ten Bandit 22 LTEs. Two Bandit IFs, and two The Mesh Shop (TMS) Star Class, one sailing crewed and one single-handed respectively, rounded out this weeks small boat fleet. Meanwhile, the big boat fleet, sailing on the North Sea Roundabout course, was made up of a majority of four TMS I-Mocca 60s. Three WildWind Open 60s, and one TMS One Design 65 rounded out this weeks big boat fleet.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Niem (TMS One Design 65), ViV (TMS I-Mocca 60), Sirius (TMS I-Mocca 60), Moon (WildWind Open 60), Max (TMS I-Mocca 60), Sea (WildWind Open 60), Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60), and Rugger and Lilita (WildWind Open 60). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, Henry, Theresa, Aikolicious, Caethes, Toni, and Asher.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Niem (TMS One Design 65), ViV (TMS I-Mocca 60), Sirius (TMS I-Mocca 60), Moon (WildWind Open 60), Max (TMS I-Mocca 60), Sea (WildWind Open 60), Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60), and Rugger and Lilita (WildWind Open 60).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, Henry, Theresa, Aikolicious, Caethes, Toni, and Asher.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Directors: Daenerys, and Tamarushka
Wind: SW (225°) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Moon (moonglownight Resident), with Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) second, and ViV (vivipezz Resident) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
ViV (vivipezz Resident), Sea (filax Carter), and Max (Max Starostin) all finished tied with 8 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
vivipezz Resident 1 7
filax Carter 2 6
Max Starostin 3 5

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in ViV’s favor with having a first place finish over Sea’s second, and Max’s third place finishes as their best.
 

Bandit Regatta – Nov 14th 2022

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit IF), Emilio and Leti (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 25 R), Red (Bandit IF), Sirius (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit 60), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, and Theresa. On the pier: Mutsy.

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit IF), Emilio and Leti (Bandit 22 LTE), Lilita (Bandit 25 R), Red (Bandit IF), Sirius (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit 60), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Daenerys, Tamarushka, and Theresa. On the pier: Mutsy.

Calm seas, with a nice fleet turnout, highlighted this weeks North Sea Bandit Regatta. With a moderate breeze of 15 knots out of the southwest, rising to a fresh breeze of 18 knots during the second race, The North Sea regions were well behaved as one DNF (Did Not Finish) was recorded on the day. The lone DNF, occurring during the first race, was due to a skippers internet connection dying on her during the race. The crowds that gathered on the beaches of the island in the Ziziphus region, as well as on the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, were thrilled by an exciting display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers. This weeks fleet, sailing on the North Sea Manta and North Sea Manta Reverse courses, was made up of a split majority of four Bandit IFs, and four Bandit 22 LTEs. One Bandit 25 R, and one Bandit 60 rounded out this weeks Bandit fleet in the first race. One Bandit IF skipper opted to switch to her Bandit 22, and another skipper joined the fleet with a Bandit 22 for the second race.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Directors: Daenerys, and Tamarushka

Wind: SW (225°) 15kts

Wind: SW (225°) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Moon (moonglownight Resident), with Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) second, and Emilio (emiliopc7 Resident) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and to the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
Lilita (Lilita Cifuentes) was disqualified (DSQ) during the first race for sailing an incorrect course, missing the fourth course mark, the pink buoy in the Sloe region.


Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) was disqualified (DSQ) during the second race for sailing an incorrect course, missing the second course mark, the blue buoy in the Sapote region.


Moon (moonglownight Resident) and Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) both finished tied with 5 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
moonglownight Resident 1 4
Nicole Myhre 2 3

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Moon’s favor with having a first place finish over Zimtzicke’s second place finish as her best.


Max (Max Starostin) and Sea (filax Carter) both finished tied with 9 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Max Starostin 1 8
filax Carter 2 7

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Max’s favor with having a first place finish over Sea’s second place finish as her best.


Jackson (Jacquimo Resident) and Sirius (Sirius Rosca) both finished tied with 13 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Jacquimo Resident 4 9
Sirius Rosca 6 7

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Jackson’s favor with having a fourth place finish over Sirius’s sixth place finish as his best.
 

Bandit IF Regatta – Nov 12th 2022

From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Siri, Julie, Jack, Moon, Darb, Max, and Rugger. Committee boat: Daenerys, and Tamarushka. Dock: Cryptic, Caethes, and Sean.

From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Siri, Julie, Jack, Moon, Darb, Max, and Rugger. Committee boat: Daenerys, and Tamarushka. Dock: Cryptic, Caethes, and Sean.

Another beautiful Saturday afternoon in November was the backdrop for this weeks North Sea Bandit IF Regatta. We started with seven Bandit IFs. The fleet set out together for the first mark. There Julie took the lead, followed by Jack and they immediately cut a gap with the five pursuers. Max thought he had found a shortcut but got stuck under the land bridge at the island in the Genip region. On the way to the third mark, Julie and Jack kept the lead and were followed by Rugger, Siri and Moon. Julie also slowly distanced herself from Jack. However, the chasing three were not done with each other yet. Siri and Moon had launched the attack on Rugger and they would fight for third place.

In the second race, we started again with seven skippers. Jack had a really good start. Closely followed by Max, Julie, Rugger and Siri. En route to the first mark, Julie and Rugger separated from the fleet. This was to no avail, as Jack and Max were the first to round the mark. Followed by Julie, Siri, Rugger and Moon. On our way to the second mark we lost Darb and not much later Rugger fell too. So we were left with five skippers. By the third mark, Julie and Siri had caught up with Jack and Max. These four skippers seemed to be fighting for the win, but Moon followed in the wake of the foursome. In the Eden Auk region, Siri was the first to round the mark, but Jack was next to him and had to give Siri space. Max and Julie where behind them. Julie ran into trouble and dropped back to fifth. But she didn’t give up and gave up the chase, hoping for a good seat. Siri finished first, followed at a distance by Jack and Julie.

There were two DNFs (Did Not Finish) and no DSQs (Disqualified) through both races and it was another successful and sporty day in The North Sea.

Race Director: Daenerys
Assistant Race Directors: Tarmarushka, and Cryptic

Wind: 180° (S) 18kts

Wind: 225° (SW) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Disqualified (DSQ) = number of finish + number of DNFs + 1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winners were Siri (Sirius Rosca), with Julie (JulieRoyale Resident) second, and Jack (Jacquimo Resident) in third place.

Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate.

Race Notes:
Siri (Sirius Rosca), Julie (JulieRoyale Resident), and Jack (Jacquimo Resident) all finished tied with 4 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Sirius Rosca 1 3
JulieRoyale Resident 1 3
Jacquimo Resident 2 2

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Siri’s and Julie’s favor with having first place finishes over Jack’s second place finish as his best.

As Siri and Julie both have duplicate finishes, Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to further break this tie:

If a tie still remains between two or more boats, they shall be ranked in order of their scores in the last race. Any remaining ties shall be broken by using the tied boats’ scores in the next-to-last race and so on until all ties are broken. These scores shall be used even if some of them are excluded scores.

Skipper Race 1 Race 2
Sirius Rosca 3 1
JulieRoyale Resident 1 3

In the last race, Siri breaks the tie with Julie with his first place finish over Julie’s third place finish.


Max (Max Starostin) and Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) finished tied with 11 points. As they both have duplicate finishes, Rule A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If a tie still remains between two or more boats, they shall be ranked in order of their scores in the last race. Any remaining ties shall be broken by using the tied boats’ scores in the next-to-last race and so on until all ties are broken. These scores shall be used even if some of them are excluded scores.

Skipper Race 1 Race 2
Max Starostin 6 5
Ruggeromare Resident 5 6

In the last race, Max breaks the tie with Rugger with his fifth place finish over Rugger’s sixth place finish.
 

North Sea Open Regatta – November 9th 2022

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (TMS Flying Shadow), Isa (Bandit 22 LTE), Rodney (Bandit IF), Rugger and Zolliana (Bandit 22 LTE), Xiao (TMS Sea Boss - Rider), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Red (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Henry, Daenerys, Cinema, Toni, Asher. On the pier: Vampi, and Mutsy.

Small boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (TMS Flying Shadow), Isa (Bandit 22 LTE), Rodney (Bandit IF), Rugger and Zolliana (Bandit 22 LTE), Xiao (TMS Sea Boss – Rider), Niem (Bandit 22 LTE), Red (Bandit IF), Max (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), Sea (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Henry, Daenerys, Cinema, Toni, Asher. On the pier: Vampi, and Mutsy.

Calm seas, with a nice fleet turnout, highlighted this weeks North Sea Open Regatta. With a fresh breeze of 18 knots out of the southwest, The North Sea regions were generally well behaved as two DNFs (Did Not Finish) were recorded on the day. The first DNF, occurring during the small boat portion, was from a skipper crashing as her internet died. The remaining DNF, also occurring during the small boat portion, was from a skipper pulling his boat after frustration from getting stuck in-irons. The crowds that gathered along the shores of the islands in the Ziziphus and Genip regions, and along the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, reveled in a competitive display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers.

This weeks small boat fleet, sailing on the North Sea Manta course, was made up of a majority of six Bandit 22 LTEs. Three Bandit IFs, one The Mesh Shop (TMS) Flying Shadow, and one TMS Sea Boss – Rider rounded out this weeks small boat fleet. Meanwhile, the big boat fleet, sailing on the North Sea Circle course, was made up of a majority of three TMS I-Mocca 60s. One WildWind Open 60, one WildWind RC-44r, one TMS Ocean Breeze, one Trudeau 12 Metre, and one Bandit 55 rounded out this weeks big boat fleet.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (WildWind RC-44r), Isa (WildWind Open 60), Rugger and Zolianna (Bandit 55), Max (TMS I-Mocca 60), Xiao (TMS Ocean Breeze), Sea (TMS I-Mocca 60), Moon (Trudeau 12 Metre), and Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60). On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Jackson, Niem, Henry, Daenerys, Red, and Cinema. On the pier: Mutsy.

Big boat fleet, from the left (in boats): Emileigh (WildWind RC-44r), Isa (WildWind Open 60), Rugger and Zolianna (Bandit 55), Max (TMS I-Mocca 60), Xiao (TMS Ocean Breeze), Sea (TMS I-Mocca 60), Moon (Trudeau 12 Metre), and Zimtzicke (TMS I-Mocca 60).
On the Race Committee Boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Jackson, Niem, Henry, Daenerys, Red, and Cinema. On the pier: Mutsy.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Director: Daenerys
Wind: SW (225°) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Isa (isab DeCuir), with Moon (moonglownight Resident) second, and Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
Xiao (XiaoMarque01 Resident) was disqualified (DSQ) during the small boat portion for sailing an incorrect course, missing the third course mark, the green buoy in the Ziziphus region.


Emileigh (Emileigh Starbrook) and Max (Max Starostin) both finished tied with 10 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Emileigh Starbrook 3 7
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4 6

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Emileigh’s favor with having a third place finish over Max’s fourth place finish as his best.


Niem (NiemDarr Resident) and Rodney (Rodney McGimsie) both finished with tied with 18 points. As they both have the exact same finishes, a DNF (Did Not Finish) in the small boat portion and a DNS (Did Not Start) in the big boat portion respectively, neither Rula A8.1 or A8.2 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing will satisfy breaking this tie. Therefore, Niem and Rodney both remain tied in tenth place overall.
 

Bandit Regatta – Nov 7th 2022

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Emilio (Bandit 22 LTE), Ester (Bandit 22 LTE), Cilian (Bandit 22 LTE), Max and Wyndi (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Sirius (Bandit IF), Sea (Bandit IF), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE). On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Henry, and Daenerys. On the pier: Rupert, Mutsy, Helios, and Koichi.

From the left (in boats): Emileigh (Bandit 22 LTE), Rugger (Bandit 22 LTE), Emilio (Bandit 22 LTE), Ester (Bandit 22 LTE), Cilian (Bandit 22 LTE), Max and Wyndi (Bandit IF), Jackson (Bandit IF), Sirius (Bandit IF), Sea (Bandit IF), Moon (Bandit 22 LTE), and Zimtzicke (Bandit 22 LTE).
On the race committee boat: Cryptic. On the dock: Henry, and Daenerys. On the pier: Rupert, Mutsy, Helios, and Koichi.

Calm seas, with a nice fleet turnout, highlighted the first North Sea Bandit Regatta for November, 2022. With a moderate breeze of 11 knots out of the southwest, rising to 15 knots during the second race, The North Sea regions were well behaved as two DNFs (Did Not Finish) were recorded on the day. Both DNFs were attributed to skippers crashing while crossing over region corners. The crowds that gathered on the lighthouse observation deck of the island in the Ziziphus region, as well as on the Poseidon Centre Spectator Pier and small race dock in the Eden Jakana region, reveled in a peppy display of fleet racing from this weeks skippers. This weeks fleet, sailing on the North Sea Olympic Short Reverse and North Sea WC Reach 2 courses, was made up of a majority of eight Bandit 22 LTEs. Four Bandit IFs, three sailing single-handed and once crewed respectively, rounded out his weeks Bandit fleet.

Emilio, Cilian, and Max, in their Bandit 22 LTEs, during the second race of the North Sea Bandit Regatta, on Monday, November 7th, 2022. Photo courtesy of Sunday.

Emilio, Cilian, and Max, in their Bandit 22 LTEs, during the second race of the North Sea Bandit Regatta, on Monday, November 7th, 2022. Photo courtesy of Sunday.

More photos of the race, courtesy of Sunday at her Flickr.

Race Director: Cryptic
Assistant Race Director: Daenerys

Wind: SW (225°) 11kts

Wind: SW (225°) 15kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winner was Moon (moonglownight Resident), with Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) second, and Zimtzicke (Nicole Myhre) in third place. Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate and to the SLCG for helping with race duties.

Race Notes:
Emileigh (Emileigh Starbrook) and Moon (moonglownight Resident) both finished the second race tied at the finishing line with a time of 12:14. As their final time also remains tied, as they both sailed the same boat, Rule A7 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to score this tie:

If boats are tied at the finishing line or if a handicap or rating system is used and boats have equal corrected times, the points for the place for which the boats have tied and for the place(s) immediately below shall be added together and divided equally. Boats tied for a race prize shall share it or be given equal prizes.

Therefore, both Emileigh and Moon receive 1.5 points, as the product for the place for which they have tied and for the place immediately below, 1 and 2, added together and divided equally.


Sirius (Sirius Rosca) and Cilian (Cilian McCullough) both finished tied with 13 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Sirius Rosca 5 8
Cilian McCullough 6 7

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Sirius’s favor with having a fifth place finish over Cilian’s sixth place finish as his best.


Max (Max Starostin), Emilio (emiliopc7 Resident), and Sea (filax Carter) all finished tied with 185 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Max Starostin 6 12
emiliopc7 Resident 8 10
filax Carter 9 9

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Max’s favor with having a sixth place finish over Emilio’s eighth place, and Sea’s ninth place finishes as their best.
 

Bandit IF Regatta – Nov 5th 2022

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From the left to the right (in Bandit IFs): Rugger, Moon, Red, Siri, and Jack. Dock: Daenerys, Cryptic, and Helios.

A beautiful Saturday afternoon was the backdrop for the first North Sea Bandit IF Regatta for November, 2022. We started with 5 Bandit IFs. The fleet set out together for the first mark. There, Moon took the lead, followed by Rugger, Siri, Red and Jack. At the second mark, Moon sailed away from the pursuers and Red ran out of luck. The chasing trio didn’t give each other an inch. The battle for second place would be fought until the turning point.

Before the start of the second race, a skipper joined the fleet.

Five of the six skippers had a good start. At the first mark Moon showed again and took a lead not to relinquish it. In the background there was another fight for second place. This one was battled by Siri, Max, Rugger and Red. The latter unfortunately had to give up again due to bad luck. Rugger held out for a very long time, but in the final leg he had to let Siri and Max go first.

There were two DNFs (Did Not Finish) and no DSQs (Disqualified) through both races and it was another successful and sporty day in The North Sea.

Race Director: Daenerys
Assistant Race Director: Cryptic

Wind: 180° (S) 18kts

Wind: 180° (S) 18kts

Note:
Did Not Finish (DNF) = number of finish +1
Disqualified (DSQ) = number of finish + number of DNFs + 1
Did Not Start (DNS) = number of start +1

Today’s winners were Moon (Moonglownight Resident), with Siri (Sirius Rosca) second, and Rugger (ruggeromare Resident) in third place.

Congratulations to all of you. Thank you to everyone who came to sail and spectate.

Race Notes:
Max (Max Starostin) and Jack (Jacquimo Resident) both finished tied with 9 points. Rule A8.1 of Appendix A, Scoring, 2021 – 2024 World Sailing Racing Rules of Sailing is used to break this tie:

If there is a series score tie between two or more boats, each boat’s race scores shall be listed in order of best to worst, and at the first point(s) where there is a difference the tie shall be broken in favour of the boat(s) with the best score(s). No excluded scores shall be used.

Skipper Best Finish Next Best Finish
Max Starostin 3 6
Jacquimo Resident 4 5

With the race results rearranged in best to worst finish order, per A8.1, the tie breaks in Max’s favor with having a third place finish over Jack’s fourth place finish as his best.