Salcombe YC Sharpd Doom Bar Merlin Rocket Week 2013
Jayne Morris SYC
I have just uploaded the 2013 Entry Form to the SYC website. Our preferred method of payment is by Faster Payment please, the details of which are on the form.
Apparently SYC have already got more than half the entries in ... is the entry list available to look at on line?
On the SYC website
Yes, 52 so far.
Opps. To slow!!
Wow I see that we are in Black flight already
Sailing all by yourselves from the looks of it. Was it something you said or just special treatment for the top seeds?
I dont know! but I think I will request a different flight just to see if its been fixed already!
Jayne Morris SYC
We have 72 entries to date and are looking forward to a great week.
Do we know the current number of entries as I know someone who wants to come but is yet enter.
Looks like 88 entries so far, suggest that he/she gives Jayne a ring or a PM at SYC to confirm.
Understand that it was 98 as of last night, better contact Jayne asap!
Just to confirm I have today recieved 99 entries for Salcombe Merlin Week 2013. The updated list does not yet show on our website due a change in our Server.
My crew sent ours off today, just in time by the sounds of it!! :-P Entry form been sitting on my desk for ages!
We have reached our entry limit of 108 and are now taking names on a waiting list.
Our entry limit for Salcombe Merlin Week has been extended to 116.
Wow, thats going to be cosy.
58 boats on the SYC start line. Is the fairway going to be downsized?
Rob H 3708
Or have no fairway at the start !!!! or no faiway from 5 min gun till after 1st mark
I think I will be sticking some pipe lagging to my gunwhales
I hope the pipe lagging will be enough! I don't suppose being stuck on the third row will be a good place to be, even more reason to push on and get a good start.
Sadly that's the case. My post-race analysis of the races where I am down the pan by the 1st mark usually points to a lousy start. Not at all easy to get a good one at Salcombe and I do generally try not to be in the way of people that might actually win something.