Saturday, April 19, 2014 Register  Login
News  Print     Minimize
Current  Archive    

European Class News   Registrate for Travemuende Week German Grand Prix !

Posted By on Thursday, June 24, 2010

All sailors are friendly asked to registrate at the events website themselfes: The link is: http://www.travemuender-woche.net/custom/tw/entryform.phtml?event_id=76. The finish line of entry is 12th of July. The race area has been moved to the outer area were we sailed 5 years ago (Read More)

European Class News   Skiffs & Surf Festival Hungary

Posted By on Wednesday, June 09, 2010

The Skiffs & Surf festival on Lake Balaton (Hungary) dates have been change to 9th-11th July. Its a good chance to visit one of the next year's Grand Prix locations. (Read More)

European Class News   European Championships - Day 5

Posted By on Saturday, June 05, 2010

In perfect skiff conditions the last two races of the series were held on friday. Sun and 12 knots of wind invited the sailors for a wonderful day of racing. Winner of the Championshgips has been Steve Jarvin and his team Gotta love it 7. First European and therefore European Champion were The Crew Liberty Sailing from Hungary (Read More)

European Class News   European Championships - Day 4

Posted By on Friday, June 04, 2010

After a calm morning the southwind came in, stronger than before. Perfect conditions for the camera-team from Sailing Chanel and the sailors themselves. 15 'til 18 knots were measured and the forecast was stable, maybe dropping a little. (Read More)

European Class News   European Championships - Day 3

Posted By on Thursday, June 03, 2010

the third day of the European Championship showed no surprises in the top 4. The whole week Lake Garda showed not very typical difficult conditions and this day was like the ones before. In decreasing southerly winds, the fleet succeeded to finish to races. (Read More)

European Class News   European Championships - Day 2

Posted By on Tuesday, June 01, 2010

After a strong northwind, that didn't increase as normally, all all teams tried to make their way onto the water in gusts up to 18 knots and tricky conditions. (Read More)