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Musto Skiff EuroCup Regatta 2011

by Musto Skiff on 14 Jun 2011
Musto Skiff EuroCup 2011 Nicolas Duchoud
Musto Skiff EuroCup 2011 fleet took to the water after the skipper meeting that took place on Saturday at 09:30.

However, the committee who were delayed due to technical reasons, started the first run around 12:00 with approximately 15 knot winds. Some parts of the course weren’t aligned to the wind but didn’t disturb the majority of the Musto sailors (other problems as set up boats were more important). The second run, also a long one, was sailed in weaker and unstable winds.

Sunday:

Unfortunately the committee decided for the wrong basin. So everyone had to endure 2-3h before getting back (thanks of the „Strumwarnung'). Thanks to that storm a little breeze cam up in the Gersauer basin and Roger said to me 'Solangs nöd blitzt (no lightning) blibemer duss (keep on sailing)'. Instead of going ashore like the rest of the boats (470/420/Fireball) some Mustos used the wind to practice. Just on time for the price ceremony everyone was ashore.

It’s a pity that the committee disappointed so many sailors. I hope those learn from it and next year the regattas would be as perfect as the beach, the lake and the weather!

1 SUI 308 Oswald Roger
2 AUT 460 Mayrhofer Martin
3 SUI 306 Brunner Dieter
4 SUI 132 Wälchli Dominique
5 SUI 109 Duchoud Nicolas
6 SUI 428 Winkler Cyril
7 SUI 388 Oswald Marek
8 SUI 426 Koch Philipp
9 AUT 459 Richtarski Gerald
10 SUI 420 Selb Fritz
11 SUI 346 Schlaginhaufen Felix
12 SUI 301 Schindler Rolf
12 SUI 101 Busch Georg
12 BEL 411 Gueuning Nicolas
12 SUI 172 Wyss Heinz
12 SUI 259 Gasser Andres
12 GBR 154 Archer John
12 GER 110 Kübler Musto website
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