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Heineken Cape to Rio - Day 21 race positions

by Heineken Cape to Rio on 6 Feb 2011
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Heineken Cape to Rio - Race positions from day twenty-one of the event.

 

B

 

 

CLASS

 

 

Degrees     Minutes               Degrees     Minutes

 

DIST EX CT

DIST TO FIN

 

 

Distance

 

Speed

(Kts)

 

 

Month    Day    Hours    Minutes    Seconds

 

 

Day    Hours    Minutes    Seconds

RIO DE JANEIRO

 

23

 

S

43

10.1

W

3267

 

 

 

 

CITY OF CAPE TOWN (AFTER YOU)

A

23

 

S

43

10.1

W

3267

 

 

 

2

1

10

12

25

17

 

12

25

ROBTEK'S  CIAO BELLA

A

23

7.7

S

041

29.2

W

3180

93

 

 

2

4

20

12

15

20

10

12

14

XTRA-LINK

A

23

 

S

43

10.1

W

3267

 

 

 

2

4

6

35

25

19

20

35

25

PRODIGY

A

23

 

S

043

10.1

W

3267

 

 

 

1

31

9

57

1

15

23

57

1

PERIE BANOU  II

A

22

47.0

S

035

1.0

W

2868

451

134.6

5.61

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YACHTPORT  SA

A

23

 

S

043

10.1

W

3267

 

72.0

 

2

4

13

51

54

20

3

51

53

SPIRIT OF IZIVUNGUVUNGU #

A

22

22.4

S

040

55.3

W

3172

130

165.1

6.88

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENVIRODIESEL ME 2 ME

A

24

48.7

S

035

24.8

W

2836

439

175.7

7.32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRAND FILOU II

A

23

 

S

043

10.1

W

3267

 

 

 

2

3

21

25

25

19

11

25

25

SUGAR  STICK SISTERS  (CAPE STORM)#

 

A

 

23

 

48.1

 

S

 

038

 

11.2

 

W

 

2999

 

278

 

161.1

 

6.71

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NORA SIMRAD

B

23

 

S

043

10.1

W

3267

 

179.7

 

2

5

6

54

32

20

20

54

32


 

 

 

TCC

 

 

Interim

1.151

1

1.024

2

1.093

3

1.383

4

0.918

5

1.114

6

1.103

7

1.004

8

1.281

9

 

1.104

 

10

1.145

1

 

RIO DE JANEIRO

CITY OF CAPE TOWN (AFTER YOU)

ROBTEK'S  CIAO BELLA

XTRA-LINK

PRODIGY

PERIE BANOU  II

YACHTPORT  SA

SPIRIT OF IZIVUNGUVUNGU #

ENVIRODIESEL ME 2 ME

GRAND FILOU II

SUGAR  STICK SISTERS  (CAPE STORM)#

NORA SIMRAD

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