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Sydney Hobart 2010 - Last three boats almost home

by Sail-World.com on 31 Dec 2010
Rolex Sydney to Hobart start 2010 © Rolex / Carlo Borlenghi http://www.carloborlenghi.net
Rolex Sydney Hobart- As the Hobart dockside becomes increasingly crowded with New Years Revellers, the last three boats in the 2010 Rolex Sydney Hobart race are almost home.

At 1610 this afternoon Chris Dawes' Cole 43, Polaris of Belmont was within site of Constitution Dock, just a mile from the finish line. Peter Lewis' cutter rigged luxury Bluewater 450 Charlies Dream has passed the Iron Pot

Mariner Boating's Morgan Rogers, the Beneteau 40.7 Wave Sweeper, the regular Pittwater Coffs Harbour division winner Le Billett is just visible another nine miles down Storm Bay.


Standings at racetime 05:03:10 - 31 December 2010, 4:10pm

Sixty six boats have so far completed the 628 nautical mile race in 2010

Retirees are

Alchemy III* Retired - at Port
Jarrod Ritchie TAS

Bacardi* Retired - at Port
Martin Power (8) VIC

Brindabella* Retired - at Port
Jim Cooney NSW


Calm Retired - at Port
Jason Van der Slot (5) VIC

Exile* Retired - at Port
Rob Reynolds (1) NSW

Jazz Player* Retired - at Port
Andrew Lawrence (1) VIC


Nautical Circle* Retired - at Port
Matthew Prentice (1) NSW

Nemesis Retired - at Port
Jeffery Taylor USA

Pirelli Celestial* Retired - at Port
Sam Haynes NSW

Salona II* Retired - at Port
Phillip King (13) NSW

Scarlet Runner* Retired - at Port
Robert Date (2) VIC

Shamrock* Retired - at Port
Tony Donnellan (1) VIC

Shining Sea* Retired - at Port
Andrew Corletto (1) SA

Southern Excellence* Retired - at Port
Andrew Wenham (4) NSW

Swish* Retired - at Port
Steven Proud (3) NSW

Two True* Retired - at Port
Andrew Saies (5) SA

Wot Eva* Retired - at Port
David Pescud (19) NSW

Yuuzoo* Retired - at Port
Ludde Ingvall (7) NSW




Notes


Local Hero - awarded 30 minutes redress under RRS 62.1(c) for coming to the assistance of Bacardi

Alchemy III - Bacardi - Brindabella - damaged mainsail
Exile - steering damage
Jazz Player - damaged mainsail
Nautical Circle - Engine problems
Pirelli Celestial - Sail damage
Salona II - Steering Problems
Scarlet Runner - Sail damage
Shamrock - damage to rudder bearing
Shining Sea - Broken Rudder
Southern Excellence - At Sydney
Swish - radio damage - heading to Sydney
Two True - Engine problems
Wot Eva - engine problem
Yuuzoo - torn headsail
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