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Scandinavian Open Notice of Race published

Tonsberg Seilforening released today the Notice of race for the 2020 Scandinavian Open:
Notice of Race

 

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2020 ISA Annual Meetings announced

As required on ISA constitution item 5.3.5 the office announce the AGM and ACM for 2020 to be held on October 17th, date replacement of the original first scheduled past 2019 meetings on September.
check for more at the article.

 

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Zipfer Trophy and Europa Cup NoR Updated

The Zipfer Trophy and Europa Cup has updated their Notice of Race, event that originally was scheduled to be the European Championship, this one cancelled by the ISA mainly because a high % of teams can't travel and or could not have practiced before the competition due to the COVID situation.
22 Entries already have been made from GER, AUT, HUN, ITA and USA please check this new Notice of race.
Looking forward to see you next end of summer enjoying the Soling.
Zipfer Trophy Information

 

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2020 Worlds, Continentals and Ranking cancelled!!

Dear Soling Sailors

Worlds, Continentals and the Ranking have been cancelled for 2020, by early July the ISA will be announcing which events are being held at the second semester, hopefully situation allow many to sail and have fun.

We are glad to inform that 5 Solings have taken part in Norway at a race this past weekend, and next week the first regatta will be held in Spain. While some clubs are opening its doors in North America,

A statement has been released by the ISA executive at the following link:
ISA Executive Letter

 

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Mast Rake by Stu Walker
I believe that for sailing to windward mast rake (aft) should be as great as possible consistent with sheeting the mainsail and the jib. As in strong winds the rake must be reduced - to permit sheeting the flattened main on a bent mast and tensioning the jibstay - the maximum rake should be set for light air. Select a rake that causes the mainsh  ...      Posted on 18/01/2005 by Matias Collins, read by 1130 Comments 1    
Mast Rake by Stu Walker
I believe that for sailing to windward mast rake (aft) should be as great as possible consistent with sheeting the mainsail and the jib. As in strong winds the rake must...
      Posted on 18/01/2005 by Matias Collins, read by 1130 Comments 1    
Mast Rake by Stu Walker
I believe that for sailing to windward mast rake (aft) should be as great as possible consistent with sheeting the mainsail and the jib. As in strong winds the rake must be reduced - to permit sheeting the flattened main on a bent mast and tensioning the jibstay - the maximum rake should be set for light air. Select a rake that causes the mainsh  ...
     Posted on 18/01/2005 by Matias Collins, read by 1130 Comments 1    
 
The effect of shroud car position
The tighter the uppers the less the effect - on mast bend - of moving or tensioning the lowers - and vice versa. When the uppers are eased (400lbs seems ideal for all conditions) slight changes in the position or tension of the lowers make big changes in the mast bend.     To induce lateral mast sag (mid-mast sagging to leeward) and increa  ...      Posted on 15/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1053 Comments 0    
The effect of shroud car position
The tighter the uppers the less the effect - on mast bend - of moving or tensioning the lowers - and vice versa. When the uppers are eased (400lbs seems ideal for all con...
      Posted on 15/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1053 Comments 0    
The effect of shroud car position
The tighter the uppers the less the effect - on mast bend - of moving or tensioning the lowers - and vice versa. When the uppers are eased (400lbs seems ideal for all conditions) slight changes in the position or tension of the lowers make big changes in the mast bend.     To induce lateral mast sag (mid-mast sagging to leeward) and increa  ...
     Posted on 15/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1053 Comments 0    
 
Comments at article: Main Sheet Adjustment by Stu Walker
Roman Koch responds to my commentary:   Unfortunately we never check the rake; the tension measurement is not possible, because we use forestay and shrouds made from rodrigg.   I also don`t know the rake, because we fixed it the first time sailing our boat with the "Schümann-dates" and have only a second position for very light winds w  ...      Posted on 10/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1175 Comments 0    
Comments at article: Main Sheet Adjustment by Stu Walker
Roman Koch responds to my commentary:   Unfortunately we never check the rake; the tension measurement is not possible, because we use forestay and shrouds made from r...
      Posted on 10/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1175 Comments 0    
Comments at article: Main Sheet Adjustment by Stu Walker
Roman Koch responds to my commentary:   Unfortunately we never check the rake; the tension measurement is not possible, because we use forestay and shrouds made from rodrigg.   I also don`t know the rake, because we fixed it the first time sailing our boat with the "Schümann-dates" and have only a second position for very light winds w  ...
     Posted on 10/11/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 1175 Comments 0    
 
Mental recovery during racing Part 2
Dear Readers, So, it's been a while since I had a chance of putting some decent thoughts on paper (digital A4). Not that my thought are always not decent, but a full on Olympic campaign does take a bit of ones attention…….. Well, the time away from the paper wasn't a complete waste, because it did give me some more ideas to finish what I  ...      Posted on 16/03/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 537 Comments 0    
Mental recovery during racing Part 2
Dear Readers, So, it's been a while since I had a chance of putting some decent thoughts on paper (digital A4). Not that my thought are always not decent, but a full...
      Posted on 16/03/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 537 Comments 0    
Mental recovery during racing Part 2
Dear Readers, So, it's been a while since I had a chance of putting some decent thoughts on paper (digital A4). Not that my thought are always not decent, but a full on Olympic campaign does take a bit of ones attention…….. Well, the time away from the paper wasn't a complete waste, because it did give me some more ideas to finish what I  ...
     Posted on 16/03/2004 by Matias Collins, read by 537 Comments 0    
 
Mental recovery during racing. Part 1
Many experienced yachtsman claim that a yachtrace is like life itself.   Destiny or, during a race Conditions are giving a sailor good or bad times, a lucky break or bad tidings. Mostly it means that there was no way they were able to foresee that some events in life took place for the better, or in a yachtrace, the wind or currents shifted to  ...      Posted on 21/11/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 664 Comments 0    
Mental recovery during racing. Part 1
Many experienced yachtsman claim that a yachtrace is like life itself.   Destiny or, during a race Conditions are giving a sailor good or bad times, a lucky break or ...
      Posted on 21/11/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 664 Comments 0    
Mental recovery during racing. Part 1
Many experienced yachtsman claim that a yachtrace is like life itself.   Destiny or, during a race Conditions are giving a sailor good or bad times, a lucky break or bad tidings. Mostly it means that there was no way they were able to foresee that some events in life took place for the better, or in a yachtrace, the wind or currents shifted to  ...
     Posted on 21/11/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 664 Comments 0    
 
Soling North Americans 2003 – An Insight into the Winners Strategy and Tactics
The Soling North Americans were held in Milwaukee, August 21-24. There were 16 boats registered, coming from as far as Seattle (Jim Medley), and the US Virgin Islands (aka Connecticut - John Morgan). Martin Johnnson, son of last year’s winner Jorgen Johnnson, won, with Joe Hoeksema second and Charlie Kamps third, (Blue Fleet). Although Ch  ...      Posted on 24/09/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 829 Comments 0    
Soling North Americans 2003 – An Insight into the Winners Strategy and Tactics
The Soling North Americans were held in Milwaukee, August 21-24. There were 16 boats registered, coming from as far as Seattle (Jim Medley), and the US Virgin Islands (a...
      Posted on 24/09/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 829 Comments 0    
Soling North Americans 2003 – An Insight into the Winners Strategy and Tactics
The Soling North Americans were held in Milwaukee, August 21-24. There were 16 boats registered, coming from as far as Seattle (Jim Medley), and the US Virgin Islands (aka Connecticut - John Morgan). Martin Johnnson, son of last year’s winner Jorgen Johnnson, won, with Joe Hoeksema second and Charlie Kamps third, (Blue Fleet). Although Ch  ...
     Posted on 24/09/2003 by Matias Collins, read by 829 Comments 0    
 
General Information
ISA Office: (Secretary - Mr. Matias Collins) Espana 1262, Beccar, B1643, Argentina. Tel: +54 9 11 62646168 Fax: +54 11 4792 7112 E Mail: admin@soling.com List of publications to members: Soling Sailing - Yearly class book, collection magazine 4x4 color, 120gr pages, 36 pages with Techn  ...      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 5151 Comments 0    
General Information
ISA Office: (Secretary - Mr. Matias Collins) Espana 1262, Beccar, B1643, Argentina. Tel: +54 9 11 62646168 Fax: +54 11 4792 7112 E...
      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 5151 Comments 0    
General Information
ISA Office: (Secretary - Mr. Matias Collins) Espana 1262, Beccar, B1643, Argentina. Tel: +54 9 11 62646168 Fax: +54 11 4792 7112 E Mail: admin@soling.com List of publications to members: Soling Sailing - Yearly class book, collection magazine 4x4 color, 120gr pages, 36 pages with Techn  ...
     Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 5151 Comments 0    
 
How to become a Soling Owner and enjoy it
by Heike Blok

I have, in fact, just ordered a new Soling - my sixth. It's a great feeling to order a new boat. It somehow happens, like a new romance. ·. but cheaper. It's not like buying a car. Maybe like buying a nice painting. I know now that the object of my excitement is not going to fulfill my dreams (like with the romance). I also know that I m  ...      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1837 Comments 0    
How to become a Soling Owner and enjoy it
by Heike Blok

I have, in fact, just ordered a new Soling - my sixth. It's a great feeling to order a new boat. It somehow happens, like a new romance. ·. but cheaper. It's no...
      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1837 Comments 0    
How to become a Soling Owner and enjoy it
by Heike Blok

I have, in fact, just ordered a new Soling - my sixth. It's a great feeling to order a new boat. It somehow happens, like a new romance. ·. but cheaper. It's not like buying a car. Maybe like buying a nice painting. I know now that the object of my excitement is not going to fulfill my dreams (like with the romance). I also know that I m  ...
     Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1837 Comments 0    
 
Soling Basics by Stuart Walker
Jan Linge designed and built the first Soling in 1964. Three years later in the second of two trials, its remarkable range of performance, easily controllable in a gale, responsive in a drifter, resulted in its selection as the IYRU's Three-Man Keelboat. Sixty boats were built in 1967, 300 in 1968, and, with the impetus of Olympic selection,  ...      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Stuart Walker, read by 2025 Comments 0    
Soling Basics by Stuart Walker
Jan Linge designed and built the first Soling in 1964. Three years later in the second of two trials, its remarkable range of performance, easily controllable in a gale, ...
      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Stuart Walker, read by 2025 Comments 0    
Soling Basics by Stuart Walker
Jan Linge designed and built the first Soling in 1964. Three years later in the second of two trials, its remarkable range of performance, easily controllable in a gale, responsive in a drifter, resulted in its selection as the IYRU's Three-Man Keelboat. Sixty boats were built in 1967, 300 in 1968, and, with the impetus of Olympic selection,  ...
     Posted on 01/01/2001 by Stuart Walker, read by 2025 Comments 0    
 
Sail Trim
by Dave Curtis

SAIL TRIM WITH THE V-1 JIB Controls - Fullness - Jibstay Sag - Shroud Car Position - Mainsheet Tension - Backstay Tension - Crew Hole - Luff Position Jib Lead Angle - Vert. and Horiz. Sheet Tension Vertical Draft Location Clew Hole and Luff Position Sheet Tension Horizontal Draft Location Jibstay Sag  ...      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1813 Comments 0    
Sail Trim
by Dave Curtis

SAIL TRIM WITH THE V-1 JIB Controls - Fullness - Jibstay Sag - Shroud Car Position - Mainsheet Tension - Backstay Tension - Crew Hole - Lu...
      Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1813 Comments 0    
Sail Trim
by Dave Curtis

SAIL TRIM WITH THE V-1 JIB Controls - Fullness - Jibstay Sag - Shroud Car Position - Mainsheet Tension - Backstay Tension - Crew Hole - Luff Position Jib Lead Angle - Vert. and Horiz. Sheet Tension Vertical Draft Location Clew Hole and Luff Position Sheet Tension Horizontal Draft Location Jibstay Sag  ...
     Posted on 01/01/2001 by Matias Collins, read by 1813 Comments 0    
 

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