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Amendment 9 02/9 06:10

FURTHER SHORTENING OF THE 238 NM ROUTE

The 238 Course has been further shortened. After passing east of the MANDATORY BUOY E25A (position 55 22.333’ N; 11 2.759’ E) head directly back to Nyborg. 

Amendment 8 02/9 11:00

SHORTENING OF THE 238 NM  ROUTE

Due to 0 wind on night 1 race management has chosen to shorten the 238 nm route. After the rounding of the German island Fehmarn the 238 NM sailors shift course and sail the last part of the race on the 138 NM course: Fehmarn on port, Ærø on port, Ærø/Marstal on port, Strynø on port, Langeland on starboard, Omø on port, through Omø Sund, Agersø on starboard, MANDTORY buoy E25A (position 55 22.333’ N; 11 2.759’ E) on port, Romsø on port, Nyborg. 

Amendment 7 posted 30/8 18:00

New phone number to the Vegisir Race Office +45 9143 5236 

Please put the new valid phone number to the Vegvisir Race Office into your phone now - in case of an emergency during the race. 

The old number posted in the Sailing Guidelines (+4523601667) is NOT VALID.

Amendment 6 posted 28/8 19:00 

Version 2 of the Sailing Guidelines is uploaded. All amendments below are included. 

Amendment 5 posted 27/8

WAS [...]

6.2 Dock Out double- and singlehand 158 September September 1st. Single- and doublehanded participants on the 158 nm course dock out between 17.00 – 17.45 

6.3 Dock Out 2Star and singlehand 70 2nd of September  

All participants on the 70 NM course must be out of the harbor no later than 16.00  

CHANGES TO [...]

6.2 Dock Out double- and singlehand 158 September 1st 

Single- and doublehanded participants on the 158 nm course dock out no later than 18.15 ​

 

6.3 Dock Out 2Star and singlehand 70 September 2nd  

All participants on the 70 NM course dock out no later than 17.15

Amendment 4 posted 26/8

12 SAFETY 

WAS: [...] 

The Race Committee carries out safety checks on selected boats at the following times. Thursday the 2nd of September 2021 from 09.00 to 12.00 

Friday the 3rd of September 2021 from 09.00 to 12.00 

CHANGES TO [...]

The Race Committee carries out safety checks on selected boats at the following times.

Wednesday AUG 31st 2022 15.00 to 20.00

Thursday SEPT 1st 2022 09.00 - 12.00

Friday SEPT 2nd 2022 09.00 - 12.00    

Amendment 3 posted 26/8

7, 7.2, 7.3  START PROCEDURE

All 158 starts will be delayed 60 minutes  

WAS:

[...] 

Thursday the 1st of September 2022. 2Star and Singlehand 158. First start 18.00

CHANGES TO: 

[...] 

Thursday the 1st of September 2022. Singlehand 158. First start 19.00 

Thursday the 1st of September 2022. 2Star 158. First start 19.20

Amendment 2 posted 26/8

WAS:

7. START PROCEDURE 

[...] Friday the 2nd of September 2022. 2Star and Singlehand 70 NM. First start 17.00 

CHANGES TO:

7. START PROCEDURE 

[...]

Friday the 2nd of September 2022. 2Star and Singlehand 70 NM. First start 18.00 

 

7. START PROCEDURE 

Thursday the 1st of September 2022. 2Star 238. First start 16.00 

Thursday the 1st of September 2022. 2Star and Singlehand 158. First start 18.00 

Friday the 2nd of September 2022. 2Star and Singlehand 70 NM. First start 18.00

Amendment 1, posted 23/8 

WAS:

5.4 START LINE AND START SEQUENCE WAITING ZONE - APPLIES FOR ALL STARTS 

The starting area is on Nyborg Fjord approx. 1 nautical mile south east of the entry of the port of Nyborg. The line is established between the race committee boat and a yellow flag buoy (...)

5.5 FINISH LINE 

Between a position on land maned by the race officers and two buoys on the water (...) 

CHANGES TO

5.4 START LINE AND START SEQUENCE WAITING ZONE - APPLIES FOR ALL STARTS 

The starting area is on Nyborg Fjord approx. 1 nautical mile south east of the entry of the port of Nyborg. The line is established between a cubic yellow race mark and a yellow flag buoy next to the race committee boat (...)

 

5.5 FINISH LINE 

The finishing line is established between two yellow cubic race  marks (...)

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Beluga It turns out that Beluga skipper Anders Johansen has sailed a shorter course than the competitors. It happened when he chose to round E26 instead of the course's only mandatory mark E25A. In doing so, he has consciously or unconsciously sailed a shorter course than the competitors, which has consequences.