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Pacific Cup 2014 – Photos of ‘Invisible Hand’

by Erik Simonson on 18 Jul 2014
Pacific Cup 2014 – Invisible Hand Erik Simonson/ pressure-drop.us © http://www.pressure-drop.us
The Pacific Cup Yacht Club is responsible for organizing the biennial Pacific Cup, dubbed the 'Fun Race to Hawaii.' Since 1980, the Pacific Cup has been sailed from San Francisco Bay to Hawaii every other year, and since 1988 the finish has been at the warm and welcoming Kaneohe Yacht Club on Oahu.

Invisible Hand

290 nm to go while surfing towards the barn at 14-15 knots....

Skipper: Frank Slootman
Boat Type:
Reichel/Pugh 63
Sail Number:
98888
Nationality:
US
Hailing Port:
Alameda, CA
Owner - Charterer:
Frank Slootman

2014 Pacific Cup

Report Date 17 Jul 2014 05:00 HST Provisional.

Latitude 38 Division E start 11 Jul 2014 14:40:00 PDT

Name (Rating) Skipper Type Lat Lon Miles To Go Day Run CMG 2Day VMG Estimated Finish Elapsed Time Div Rank Group Rank Fleet Rank Behind Div First
SCARLET RUNNER (385.0) DATE REICHEL PUGH 52. 27-44 151-06 522 299 293 13.1 kt 19 Jul 03:04 7d 15:24:01 1 1 1 -
Pyewacket (387.5) Disney Andrews 68 27-34 150-37 534 294 284 12.3 kt 19 Jul 04:38 7d 16:58:38 2 2 2 0:08:22
Locura (399.1) Velarde Nelson/Marek 92 29-13 148-29 684 254 235 11.1 kt 20 Jul 24:25 8d 12:45:14 3 3 8 13:14:45
Invisible Hand (333.7) slootman Reichel/Pugh 63 25-57 152-35 391 313 311 13.5 kt 18 Jul 12:58 7d 01:18:20 4 5 4 15:24:09
CARO (354.8) Klink Botin 65 27-40 151-14 514 315 315 12.3 kt 19 Jul 02:08 7d 14:28:23 5 6 6 16:26:15




















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