Saturday, February 24, 2018

Osprey Clothing

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Osprey Class Clothing

 

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Maps

Osprey Class Maps  

On this page are links to several maps showing the location of:

No, there are not Ospreys ice yachting in Antarctica; just a convenient location to place those sail numbers which were not issued [70S 70W], destroyed/scrapped/written off [70S 0] or have a location unknown to the Osprey Class [70S 70E]. Corrections & updates are always welcome.

 

Updates

Sunday 7th May 2017 - all underlying data updated. When an icon is clicked pop-up information appropriate to the map being viewed is displayed.

 Friday 1st April 2016 - maps showing which clubs have hosted championships updated to show just one icon for each club but now shows, when icon clicked, first year & latest year championship hosted at the club and number of times club has hosted championship in pop-up

 Thursday 31st March 2016 - map of clubs now shows, if you click on an icon,

  • latest sail number to have been at the club

  • latest year recorded in boat register for the club

  • the number of sail numbers currently recorded as being at the club

 

Monday 28th March 2016 - few updates due to new owners and new boats.

Monday 14th December 2015 - a few corrections to locations after feedback following email of December class newsletter.

Friday 11th September 2015 - All latitude/longitude for every sail number have been manually checked and now hopefully correct, if you spot any errors or have updates please get in touch.

 

News from World Sailing

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  • RC44s hit the ground running in 2018
    Intense one design competition resumes promptly for the RC44s in 2018. With no need to wait for the weather to improve in the Mediterranean, the RC44 Calero Marinas Cup fires up off Lanzarote in Canary Islands on 1 March with practice racing the previous day.
  • Splitting the reefs looking for an advantage
    Caffari said she will thread her Turn the Tide on Plastic crew through the Grand Passage, a narrow gap in the barrier reef surrounding the South Pacific island chain of New Caledonia, in the hunt for the tiniest of time advantages.
  • Emerging Nations Programme sailors head to Andalusian Olympic Week
    Nine Laser Radial sailors' are heading to Cadiz, Spain for the Andalusian Olympic Week as part of the Hempel Sailing World Championships Aarhus 2018 Emerging Nations Programme (ENP).

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