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    How about just don't fuck up? It's worked pretty well for about a hundred years..

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    Looks like NWS Monterey had some fill-ins from DMV doing the forecast again.

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    That was fun!

    Thankfully the forecast of 20-30 with big seas was a bit over blown (no pun intended).

    We clocked a 29 knot gust at some point during the day, probably just after we rounded the island and put up the 3/4 kite, and probably while we were falling off a swell which could have tainted the speed. When we put up the relatively light kite we were instantly doing 11's and about a minute later dropped the kite bald headed and went for a 1.5 shy kite which we carried all the way to mile rock on a head stay reach, where the lift we expected was actually in force. There was a weird wind shift near Bonita/mile rock and we did a peel back to the 3/4. A jibe on the Marin side and back on a head stay reach on the other side with wind in the mid teens all the way to the finish. 9 hour race, in the car in Berkeley by sunset, it does not get much better than that. We guessed the biggest seas we saw were 10-12 combined and as expected was right by the island. We took a very conservative line with a minimum depth of about 75'.

    All in all a delightful day, I'm glad the brochure (forecast) was wrong.

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    Crewed Farallones Results

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    Preliminary Results Race 3 06/11/16 - OYRA 3 Full Crew Farallones Fleets

    01 - PHRO 1A PHRF 21 or Less Ratings < 24 Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 09:45:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 4
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 4 Finished: 4
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    4216 ELUSIVE ** Thomas Furlong 12 16:42:15 06:57:15 08:02:35 sfyc Nautor S Club S SRE
    51507 SECRET SQUIRREL 1 Zachery Anderson -12 16:25:07 06:40:07 08:03:25 ryc Schock 40
    93204 CAN T TOUCH THIS 2 Rich Pipkin -12 16:27:09 06:42:09 08:05:52 eyc J 125
    7008 ADRENALIN ** Shana And Mark Howe -9 16:29:42 06:44:42 08:06:14 ryc Santa Cruz 50 C SRE
    48005 BODACIOUS+ ** John Clauser -15 16:27:56 06:42:56 08:09:33 byc 1d 48 SRE
    77007 HANA HO 3 Mark Dowdy -6 16:36:15 06:51:15 08:11:23 sfyc Santa Cruz 50
    usa14 ALBION 4 Graham Ellis 12 17:00:58 07:15:58 08:24:14 eyc J124
    3883 ZAMAZAAN ** Greg Mullins 21 17:15:37 07:30:37 08:32:58 stfyc Custom Farr52 SRE
    67 VIAJANTE ** Bill Williams 21 17:59:24 08:14:24 09:22:48 ryc J-44 SRE



    02 - PHRO 1B PHRF 24 to 63 Ratings > or = 24 but < 66 Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 09:50:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 4
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 4 Finished: 4
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    53522 BLUE 1 Ray Paul 33 16:52:43 07:02:43 07:51:18 tiyc Swan 53 Daggerb
    50090 RAGTIME 2 Trygve ( Trig) Liljestran 48 17:04:04 07:14:04 07:51:49 sfyc J/90
    usa3632 ENCORE ** Wayne Koide 57 17:25:28 07:35:28 08:07:44 ryc Sydney 36 Cr SRE
    38023 OHANA 3 Steve Hocking 63 17:37:35 07:47:35 08:15:48 presyc Beneteau 45 F5
    69069 DIVINE WIND 4 Andrew Zimmerman 45 17:38:55 07:48:55 08:32:16 sss Olson 40

    2016 - OYRA Series - Race 3 Page 1 of 3 Preliminary Results - subject to revision and change Powered by Jibeset Associates on 06/11/16 at 22:31:34


    Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay
    2016 - OYRA Series
    Preliminary Results Race 3 06/11/16 - OYRA 3 Full Crew Farallones Fleets
    03 - PHRO 1C PHRF 66 to 99 Ratings > or = 66 but < 102 Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 09:55:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 4
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 4 Finished: 4
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    16 AKULA ** Douglas Bailey 78 17:43:04 07:48:04 08:04:28 sss J/105 Od SRE
    394 JAVELIN ** Sergei Podshivalov 78 17:45:02 07:50:02 08:06:30 sss J/105 SRE
    87700 ELAN 1 Jack Peurach 72 17:43:50 07:48:50 08:09:56 sss Express 37
    40311 BULLET 2 Laurence Baskin 72 17:47:03 07:52:03 08:13:18 sss Express 37
    52878 CRUZSEA BABY 3 Brian Turner 81 18:05:29 08:10:29 08:25:15 scyc Beneteau 10r
    168 JUNKYARD DOG 4 James Goldberg 72 18:01:43 08:06:43 08:28:38 yra J/109
    32564 NESSIE ** Val Sokolsky 75 19:42:52 09:47:52 10:11:23 spyc C&c-41 SRE


    04 - PHRO 2A PHRF 102 to 126 Ratings > or = 102 but < 129 Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 10:00:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 4
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 4 Finished: 4
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    642 TESA 1 Steve Haas 102 18:44:51 08:44:51 08:43:14 iyc Catalina 42
    30980 AHI 2 Andy Newell 114 19:01:16 09:01:16 08:49:51 byc Santana 35
    49143 INISCAW 3 Max Crittenden 126 19:16:28 09:16:28 08:55:04 sss Martin 32
    38022 SEA STAR 4 Bob Walden 117 19:26:01 09:26:01 09:11:35 byc Cal 39


    05 - PHRO 2B PHRF 129 & up Ratings > or = 129 but < 274 Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 10:05:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 2
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 2 Finished: 2
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    38 YETI 1 Adam Mazurkiewicz 129 18:30:15 08:25:15 08:03:40 Express 27
    101 ELISE ** Nathaniel And Nathalie Bo 129 19:32:25 09:27:25 09:03:11 bvbc Express 27 SRE
    97050 ERGO 2 Scott Cyphers 159 20:50:40 10:45:40 09:51:56 sss Ericson 35 Mkll
    82659 SERENITY ** Eric Mueller 144 20:38:12 10:33:12 09:53:03 sjsc Islander 36 SRE
    57779 SHADOWSIDE ** Lad Burgin 186 DNF cpyc Allied Mistress SRE

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    Yacht Racing Association of San Francisco Bay
    2016 - OYRA Series
    Preliminary Results Race 3 06/11/16 - OYRA 3 Full Crew Farallones Fleets
    06 - SHS 1 Doublehanded - All PHRF Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 10:10:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 3
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 3 Finished: 3
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    28890 NANCY 1 Pat Broderick / Pat Wertz 126 19:15:43 09:05:43 08:44:44 sss Wyliecat 30
    38973 ALCHIMISTE ** Steve Kleha / Amanda Kleha 78 18:45:47 08:35:47 08:53:51 Archambault 27 SRE
    98 SLIGHT DISORDER 2 Carmen Maio / Mark Pickett 150 20:23:18 10:13:18 09:29:30 byc Moore 24
    48 HANG 20 3 Lori Tewksbury / Moni Blum 129 20:36:45 10:26:45 09:59:59 byc Express 27


    07 - SHS 2 Singlehanded - All PHRF Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 10:15:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 3
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 2 Finished: 1
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    8344 KATO ** Jiri Senkyrik 99 19:27:45 09:12:45 09:13:36 Olson 30 SRE
    305 NIGHTMARE 1 Gregory Ashby 111 19:43:50 09:28:50 09:19:22 sss Wilderness 30 S
    87324 JOUJOU ** Tom Boussie 123 19:59:30 09:44:30 09:24:31 sss Capo 30 SRE
    839 LIBRA 2 Grégory Saramite 105 DNF sss Pogo2
    18 RAGTIME! 4 Bob Johnston 105 DNC ryc J/92


    08 - Multihulls Time on Time 650/(550+PHRF)
    Start: 06/11/16 at 10:20:00 Wind: --- from --- Fleet: 1
    Course: 1 Distance: 58.00 Tide: --- --- Started: 1 Finished: 1
    Sail # Boat Name Points Skipper Rating Finish Time Elapsed Time Corrected Time Club Make Comments
    02 ORION ** Tom Siebel -189 14:02:21 03:42:21 06:40:21 stfyc Mod70 SRE
    69768 RAVEN 1 Truls Myklebust 48 18:15:38 07:55:38 08:37:00 bama Corsair F27
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    On Javelin we saw max 28 kts of wind speed not for that long though. The attached histogram shows two peaks at 10 and 20 kts. Blown our kite in pieces maybe 3 miles after rounding. Fortunately had some spares :-)

    javelin-track.jpg
    https://goo.gl/photos/jR2gUGs1WGVtx5hG6

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    Met Orion returning back when we were just half way to the rock. This thing is darn fast
    IMG_3294.jpg
    https://goo.gl/photos/HBRyRuJdgLRAF2Wc6
    On the left is Akula, who we dragged behind all the race. They are fast too :-)

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    Some frames from Mark Dowdy's SC 50' Hana Ho. They rounded the stinky rocks about 13:30 and saw
    lightish winds in the 15-16 knot region until getting back in the Bay where it piped up to the low 20's

    Besides seeing humpbacks breaching and porpoises porpoising, they saw a big ole dorsal fin near the Lightbucket...











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    More tracks can be seen at: http://www.jibeset.net/gpsshare.php?...ec31d899aec6f0
    Details for Nancy, Aki, and Hana Ho can be seen at: https://www.jibeset.net/gpstrackshar...9_3_1435490539
    The tracks for Nancy, Ahi, and Hana Ho were recorded in real time and contain more information than tracks that are recorded some other ways and then uploaded e.g Javelin's track

  10. #50
    We had a great time - what a beautiful day and the wind was perfect. I have never been to the Farallons before and we gave them rather more respect than the 75ft contour - I don't recall seeing under 90', and that was only for a short time just past the point with the kissing rhino arch.

    We drove lower on the way back than Javelin - at one point we were worrying that they would catch us. Then they had the kite failure and the lift that we needed to make it into the channel showed up on cue. We jibed South, away from them and Elan before the bridge to get to some breeze, and managed to stay ahead of both until the finish. It was cool to come back after such a long race in the company of the other boats - a close one.

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