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Rolex Sydney Hobart 2013 Overall and Division Results

by The Sail-World Team on 31 Dec 2013
Veloce, second in 2013 Rolex Sydney Hobart passes the Organ Piles on Cape Raoull © Rolex/Daniel Forster http://www.regattanews.com
Rolex Sydney Hobart 2013 - a another great race, the 69th running of the 628 nautical mile blue water classic.

Here are the overall and divisional results, however these might change, in the smaller boat divisions, as at the time of publication there are still six boats on the water of the 94 boats that started the 69th Rolex Sydney to Hobart race, there were a total of ten retirements.

The tail gunner in the fleet Steven Carey's Deja Vu is still 93 nautical miles from the finish, she is predicted to finish at 4:46am tomorrow morning. As most of our readers will be dockside then, we are sure you wil join us in giving her a virtual cheer.



Line Honours

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

1

Wild Oats XI

Robert Oatley NSW

 

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

226

02:06:07:2711.6

28 Dec, 07:07:27 PM

2

Perpetual LOYAL

Anthony Bell NSW

 

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

323

02:09:19:5611.0

28 Dec, 10:19:56 PM

3

Ragamuffin 100

Syd Fischer NSW

 

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

006

02:10:48:0010.7

28 Dec, 11:48:00 PM

 

 

IRC All

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Victoire

Darryl Hodgkinson NSW

0

FINISHED

0.0

   

02:19:00:329.4

29 Dec, 08:00:32 AM

1.350

03:18:27:436.9

30 Dec, 07:27:43 AM

2

Veloce

Phil Simpfendorfer VIC

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

174

03:02:36:118.4

29 Dec, 03:36:11 PM

1.227

03:19:32:176.9

30 Dec, 08:32:17 AM

3

Celestial

Sam Haynes NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

348

03:01:08:228.6

29 Dec, 02:08:22 PM

1.266

03:20:35:406.8

30 Dec, 09:35:40 AM

 

IRC Div 0

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Victoire

Darryl Hodgkinson NSW

0

FINISHED

0.0

   

02:19:00:329.4

29 Dec, 08:00:32 AM

1.350

03:18:27:436.9

30 Dec, 07:27:43 AM

2

Pretty Fly III

Colin Woods NSW

0

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

157

03:00:06:558.7

29 Dec, 01:06:55 PM

1.360

04:02:04:366.4

30 Dec, 03:04:36 PM

3

Giacomo

Jim Delegat New Zealand

0

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

036

02:15:11:519.9

29 Dec, 04:11:51 AM

1.649

04:08:12:466.0

30 Dec, 09:12:46 PM

 

IRC Div 1

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Varuna

Jens Kellinghusen Germany

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

261

02:19:30:019.3

29 Dec, 08:30:01 AM

1.381

03:21:13:046.7

30 Dec, 10:13:04 AM

2

Nikata

Ns82/103 S Ltd Great Britain

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

015

02:22:24:098.9

29 Dec, 11:24:09 AM

1.384

04:01:26:136.4

30 Dec, 02:26:13 PM

3

Ichi Ban

Matt Allen NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

090

02:17:04:249.7

29 Dec, 06:04:24 AM

1.499

04:01:32:426.4

30 Dec, 02:32:42 PM

 

 

IRC Div 2

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Veloce

Phil Simpfendorfer VIC

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

174

03:02:36:118.4

29 Dec, 03:36:11 PM

1.227

03:19:32:176.9

30 Dec, 08:32:17 AM

2

Celestial

Sam Haynes NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

348

03:01:08:228.6

29 Dec, 02:08:22 PM

1.266

03:20:35:406.8

30 Dec, 09:35:40 AM

3

Chutzpah

Bruce Taylor VIC

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

011

03:06:57:208.0

29 Dec, 07:57:20 PM

1.197

03:22:30:356.6

30 Dec, 11:30:35 AM

 

IRC Div 3

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Brannew

Chris Bran NSW

3

FINISHED

0.0

   

03:19:28:286.9

30 Dec, 08:28:28 AM

1.081

04:02:53:026.4

30 Dec, 03:53:02 PM

2

Senna

Chris Manton VIC

3

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

169

03:19:08:496.9

30 Dec, 08:08:49 AM

1.104

04:04:37:346.2

30 Dec, 05:37:34 PM

3

Shining Sea *

Andrew Corletto SA

3

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

127

03:19:44:346.8

30 Dec, 08:44:34 AM

1.127

04:07:23:396.1

30 Dec, 08:23:39 PM

 

IRC Div 4

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Wild Rose

Roger Hickman NSW

4

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

339

03:22:59:386.6

30 Dec, 11:59:38 AM

1.039

04:02:41:556.4

30 Dec, 03:41:55 PM

2

Illusion

Kim Jaggar & Travis Read NSW

4

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

010

04:09:18:066.0

30 Dec, 10:18:06 PM

0.988

04:08:02:176.0

30 Dec, 09:02:17 PM

3

Martela

Anthony Williams TAS

4

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

248

04:05:01:466.2

30 Dec, 06:01:46 PM

1.042

04:09:16:226.0

30 Dec, 10:16:22 PM

 

ORCi All

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Victoire

Darryl Hodgkinson NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

   

02:19:00:329.4

29 Dec, 08:00:32 AM

1.3607

03:19:10:446.9

30 Dec, 08:10:44 AM

2

Celestial

Sam Haynes NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

348

03:01:08:228.6

29 Dec, 02:08:22 PM

1.2748

03:21:14:176.7

30 Dec, 10:14:17 AM

3

Varuna

Jens Kellinghusen Germany

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

261

02:19:30:019.3

29 Dec, 08:30:01 AM

1.4211

03:23:55:296.5

30 Dec, 12:55:29 PM

 

 

ORCi Div 1

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Victoire

Darryl Hodgkinson NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

   

02:19:00:329.4

29 Dec, 08:00:32 AM

1.3607

03:19:10:446.9

30 Dec, 08:10:44 AM

2

Celestial

Sam Haynes NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

348

03:01:08:228.6

29 Dec, 02:08:22 PM

1.2748

03:21:14:176.7

30 Dec, 10:14:17 AM

3

Varuna

Jens Kellinghusen Germany

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

261

02:19:30:019.3

29 Dec, 08:30:01 AM

1.4211

03:23:55:296.5

30 Dec, 12:55:29 PM

 

ORCi Div 2

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Chutzpah

Bruce Taylor VIC

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

011

03:06:57:208.0

29 Dec, 07:57:20 PM

1.2257

04:00:46:336.5

30 Dec, 01:46:33 PM

2

Senna

Chris Manton VIC

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

169

03:19:08:496.9

30 Dec, 08:08:49 AM

1.0928

04:03:36:196.3

30 Dec, 04:36:19 PM

3

Minerva

Timothy Cox NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

   

03:16:10:177.1

30 Dec, 05:10:17 AM

1.1522

04:05:35:286.2

30 Dec, 06:35:28 PM

 

ORCi Div 3

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Wild Rose

Roger Hickman NSW

3

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

339

03:22:59:386.6

30 Dec, 11:59:38 AM

1.0339

04:02:12:516.4

30 Dec, 03:12:51 PM

2

Pennant Hills Ford

Ian Creak NSW

3

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

159

04:02:32:526.4

30 Dec, 03:32:52 PM

1.0473

04:07:12:336.1

30 Dec, 08:12:33 PM

3

Martela

Anthony Williams TAS

3

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

248

04:05:01:466.2

30 Dec, 06:01:46 PM

1.0242

04:07:28:286.1

30 Dec, 08:28:28 PM

 

PHS All

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

She

Peter Rodgers NSW

Time to beat : 04:15:31 (31 Dec, 04:31 AM)

2

42°54'S 147°21'E

1nm N of John Garrow Shoal

1.2

5.5

302

04:11:56:325.8

31 Dec, 12:56:32 AM

0.9198

04:03:17:076.3

30 Dec, 04:17:07 PM

2

The Banshee

Corinne Feldmann & Rob Francis NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

323

03:21:24:546.7

30 Dec, 10:24:54 AM

1.0981

04:06:34:446.1

30 Dec, 07:34:44 PM

3

Spirit of Mateship

RSL Queesnsland Branch QLD

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

055

03:05:50:438.1

29 Dec, 06:50:43 PM

1.3375

04:08:07:056.0

30 Dec, 09:07:05 PM

 

 

PHS Div 1

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

Spirit of Mateship

RSL Queesnsland Branch QLD

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

055

03:05:50:438.1

29 Dec, 06:50:43 PM

1.3375

04:08:07:056.0

30 Dec, 09:07:05 PM

2

Art Equity Mahligai

Murray Owen & Jenny Kings NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

196

03:19:55:386.8

30 Dec, 08:55:38 AM

1.1534

04:10:01:445.9

30 Dec, 11:01:44 PM

3

Faceboat Sailors with disABILITIES

David Pescud NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

041

03:18:28:506.9

30 Dec, 07:28:50 AM

1.2034

04:12:53:035.8

31 Dec, 01:53:03 AM

 

PH2 Div 2

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

HCAP

Est. Corrected
Time & Speed

1

She

Peter Rodgers NSW

Time to beat : 04:15:31 (31 Dec, 04:31 AM)

2

42°53'S 147°20'E

0nm S of Rolex Sydney Hobart Finish

0.3

5.9

300

04:11:54:245.8

31 Dec, 12:54:24 AM

0.9198

04:03:15:096.3

30 Dec, 04:15:09 PM

2

The Banshee

Corinne Feldmann & Rob Francis NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

323

03:21:24:546.7

30 Dec, 10:24:54 AM

1.0981

04:06:34:446.1

30 Dec, 07:34:44 PM

3

She's The Culprit

Culprit Syndicate NSW

2

FINISHED

0.0

   

04:07:13:236.1

30 Dec, 08:13:23 PM

1.0182

04:09:06:066.0

30 Dec, 10:06:06 PM

 

 

Clipper 70

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

1

Derry-Londonderry-Doire

Clipper Ventures Great Britain

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

143

03:16:42:287.1

30 Dec, 05:42:28 AM

2

GREAT Britain

Clipper Ventures Great Britain

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

235

03:20:43:086.8

30 Dec, 09:43:08 AM

3

Old Pulteney

Clipper Ventures Great Britain

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

143

03:20:55:286.8

30 Dec, 09:55:28 AM

 

Sydney 38

Yacht

DIV

Position

DTG

SOG

COG

Est. Elapsed
Time & Speed

1

Zen

Gordon Ketelbey NSW

1

FINISHED

0.0

   

03:23:42:426.6

30 Dec, 12:42:42 PM

2

Mille Sabords

Stephane Howarth VIC

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

000

04:01:40:576.4

30 Dec, 02:40:57 PM

3

Mondo

Ray Sweeney QLD

1

FINISHED

0.0

0.0

048

04:02:13:016.4

30 Dec, 03:13:01 PM

 

 

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