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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Richard108 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2008 at 01:03

Karina the 630 has finished in 6th place across the line, taking 16 days and 3 hours.  What an incredible result.  3 of the yachts that beat Karina were 80 feet and another one of them was a Volvo 0cean 60.

 
The other two Hanse 630's are also doing very well currently 23rd and 26th with still a little way before they get to the finish line.
 
Quote from Arrowdill's daily log
"Arrowdill retired. Broken main halyard. All other halyards jammed with problem in mast. We are diverting to Mindello, Cape Verdes."
 
Current positions of the Hanse yachts are

Model

Boat Name

Division

Position

630

Karina

Invitation Cruising

6 Finished

630

Ayachucho

Invitation Cruising

23

630e

Nereida

Invitation Cruising

26

400e

Flyer of Lorne

Division II: Racing

102

411

Samba

Division I: Cruising

117

370e

Outer Limits

Division I: Cruising

191

540e

Arrowdill

Division I: Cruising

withdrawn - in Cape Verdes

 



Edited by Richard108 - 10 December 2008 at 01:12
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Abstinenz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2008 at 13:32
Karina could have been no. 1 but took a chance on a other course and met very little wind just as they were getting close in DTF-term to the winner (Swan 82).

Conclusion: The Hanse 630 is faster than a Swan 82 Smile

/Steen
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gertha Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 December 2008 at 18:59
Hello,
Whilst a small point, Flyer is in fact in cruising not racing, his performance appears to reflect my own from last year in a 370, about the same as an Benbavjen 52 or an oyster 55.
 
Whilst in speed a Hanse 630 matches a Swan 82, I suspect the Swan is a slightly sexier boat. Would not say no to a go on either.
 
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The ARC is a dream for me.
Does anyone know if any Hanse 320 has done the ARC?
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote alettaenmarcel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2010 at 04:44
no 320 in the arc this year , 470 and 540 are on
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After a quick look - I think it's 2 -470's, 2- 540's, 1 - 411, 1 - 371 this year

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Henrik84 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2010 at 17:25
Does anyone know if the Hanse 320 has been in the ARC race previous years?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gertha Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 November 2010 at 21:52
I have not seen a hanse 320 on the ARC; but you will have no problem with a 320.
Before my 370 we had a 320 whilst slower and smaller than a 370 still a good boat.
The ARC people will be happy with a 320 and the small boats have far more fun than all the monster gas guzlers that dominate the event.
Hope to have Gertha in the 2012 event, for a second trip . If you or anyone else is planing that far in advance then am happy to buy the first round of beer in Rodney bay; although the rum punch may be better.
If you can manage the time Rally Portugal from world cruising is a good introduction and you have some friends and contacts ready made for the ARC with other boats doing the same trip.
Best not to think about it; just book and go.
As I stated a year or two ago, a hanse 370 has the same speed as a bavaria/benetau/jenau 45/50 and a hanse 63 is much the same as 80 ft swan, your speed will match all the tuby 40ft boats that regularly sail accross.

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Hi Gertha.
I am considering to do it 2014 because i need more exerience first.
Then I think I have to upgrade som things to the boat, like bigger backstay, bigger bilge pump, autopilot, radar, AIS (will install it this winter).
 
I've just signed up for two different navigation courses such as navigation offshore.
 
Which way do you take home? I have heard many who take the way to Azores.
 
I have read about 4 blogs about people who saild the ARC previous yers.
They have never had wind over 20 knots (10m/s). Can it really be true?
What chance is there that you really get into a real storm. This is my biggest fear if I will do the ARC.
 
If you know any good blogs or something please let me know.
 
/Henrik


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote shaukaas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 December 2010 at 23:42
Is the 320 "safe to go" without any modifications?

During the planning phase of a regatta crossing the North Sea in 2011, several issues according to the ISAF OSR cat 2 regulations concerns me:

3.03.1
On board a certificate of building plan review from a notified body
recognized by ISAF.

3.08.4
A companionway hatch shall:

a) be fitted with a strong securing arrangement which shall be
operable from the exterior and interior including when the yacht is
inverted

b) have any blocking devices:
i capable of being retained in position with the hatch open or shut
ii whether or not in position in the hatchway, secured to the yacht
(e.g. by lanyard) for the duration of the race, to prevent their
being lost overboard
iii permit exit in the event of inversion

3.09.8
Cockpit Drains

See OSR 3.09.1. Cockpit drain cross section area (after allowance for
screens if fitted) shall be:-

b) in yachts with earliest of age or series date 1/72 and later - at least
that of 4 x 20mm diameter (3/4 inch) unobstructed openings or
equivalent

3.22
Hand Holds

Adequate hand holds shall be fitted below deck so that crew members
may move about safely at sea.
A hand hold should be capable of withstanding without rupture a side
force of 1500N - attention is drawn to ISO 15085.

3.23.2
Bilge pumps shall not be connected to cockpit drains. (OSR 3.09)

3.23.5
The following shall be provided:

a) two permanently installed manual bilge pumps, one operable from
above, the other from below deck. Each pump shall be operable
with all cockpit seats, hatches and companionways shut and shall
have permanently installed discharge pipe(s) of sufficient capacity
to accommodate simultaneously both pumps

- Any comments, anyone?

S/Y Nadun - Hanse 320#171

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