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We are pleased to invite you to the lovely coastline of the Adriatic Sea for the 2016 European Circuit events. Please click here for detailed information on the first event.

There are 3 events scheduled at the best Yacht Clubs and marinas in the Region.

D-MARIN Sibenik: May 18-21, 2016
La Marina Dorica Yacht Club Ancona: July 6-9, 2016 European Championships.
D-MARIN Borik, Zadar : September 21-24, 2016

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Farr 40 worlds: Plenty for Plenty

Plenty (Alex Roepers, USA) won the Rolex Farr 40 world championship on Sydney’s Manly offshore course today with clever, conservative sailing for a third and a second in the last two races while his two closest opponents fell out of775103 10153409963928857 6589580818028527376 oAlex Roepers celebrates winning the 2016 Rolex Farr 40 World Championship. contention with early errors.

Plenty won the 11-race series, conducted by Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, with a total 34 points from the Australian champion Transfusion (Guido Belgiorno-Nettis) 38 and Struntje Light (Wolfgang and Angela Schaefer, Germany), 44.2.

The concluding two races were sailed in a 16-18 knot nor’-easter, that raised a short chop on a moderate seaway, over four-lap windward-return courses on the offshore Manly Circle.

Flash Gordon (Helmut and Evan Jahn, USA), which had gone into the day equal second with Transfusion, dropped out of contention at the start of race 10, when she was judged to be over the line early and took some time to thread back to re-start.

Transfusion, from a good start with speed towards the pin end of the line, led around all marks to win from Estate Master (Martin Hill), which held second place around all marks, with Plenty third.

The win moved Transfusion from four to two points behind Plenty going into the last race.

Plenty, however, with clever starting strategy, knocked Transfusion out of contention soon after the start of race 11. After manoeuvring to the leeward end of the line away from Transfusion, Plenty sailed back in the last minute to plant directly under Transfusion as the fleet took off on starboard tack.

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Plenty (Alex Roepers, USA) extended her points lead from one to four in the Rolex Farr 40 worlds today after three races in difficult wind and sea conditions on the offshore course, set north-east of the entrance to Sydney Harbour and conducted by Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron.

A light 10-12 knot breeze backed from south-southeast to east-southeast and held big differences in pressure. But the biggest problem for the fleet was the big, sloppy swell left over from the fresh southerlies of the previous two days, which made accurate steering and sail trim difficult, upwind and down.

Plenty, after 1-7-3 placings today, is on a total 29 points from nine races, followed by Flash Gordon (Helmut and Evan Jahn, USA), which had 4-5-5 placings today and Australian champion Transfusion (Guido Belgiorno-Nettis), 4-5-5 today, leaving them equal with Flash Gordon on 33 points.

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Three former world champions rose to the top in day two Quantum Sails Race Day of the Rolex Farr 40 world championship scoreboard in tricky south-easterly wind conditions on Sydney Harbour today.

Plenty (Alex Roepers), the 2014 world champion, held onto the lead with 18 points from 1-5-3 placings, by a point from 2012 world champion Flash Gordon (Helmut and Evan Jahn), which scored 3-1-2 placings for 19. Another point away is 2011 World Champion Transfusion (Guido Belgiorno-Nettis, on 20 from 1-5-3 placings.
Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron race officials took the option of moving the racing into the harbour because of the lumpy sea conditions on the preferred offshore course.

The south-east breeze in the harbour varied from 14-18 knots for the four-lap windward-leeward races, started in Chowder Bay with the windward marks in the southern end of Rose Bay, noted for its tricky wind shifts.

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