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  Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart Race
 
  Date 27 Dec - 2 Jan
  Description The race is 480 nautical miles, and runs down the west coast of Tasmania.

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  Event Type Race
  Event Website www.orcv.org.au

sail-world.com -- News - Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart Race Tue, 27 Dec 2005 to Mon, 2 Jan 2006



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Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Race, results update By Jennifer McGuigan, 5:13 PM Sat 31 Dec 2005
This morning in Hobart the boat crews and ground crews, enjoyed a convivial drink, courtesy of sponsors Heemskirk Consolidated, whilst listening to the announcement of the results. ...
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A Boat Less Ordinary - Helsal II By Jennifer McGuigan, 5:03 PM Sat 31 Dec 2005
They say that ordinary people can achieve extraordinary things and if ever this was to be proven true Helsal II is an example. ...
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Melbourne to Hobart Results By ORCV site, 1:53 PM Fri 30 Dec 2005
Here are the final results for the Orcv's 2005 Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart race. ...
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The River Sleeps By Event media/Sail-World, 11:54 PM Thu 29 Dec 2005
After the strong winds and high seas of the last two days the last eight yachts in the Heemskirk Consolidated 2005 Melbourne to Hobart fleet are being frustrated by the lack of wind as they move into the Derwent River. ...
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Helsal II wins Melbourne to Hobart By Event media/Sail-World, 8:11 PM Thu 29 Dec 2005
The Derwent River provided the usual picturesque backdrop for the finish of the Heemskirk Consolidated 2005 Melbourne to Hobart Yacht Race today. With the sun shining and the Taste of Tasmania festival in full swing the Elizabeth street pier was full of people to cheer the line honours winner, Bill Rawson’s Helsal II over the line and into its berth. ...
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Close finishing Melbourne to Hobart By Event media/Sail-World, Hobart , 3:52 PM Thu 29 Dec 2005
Gusto and Bill Rawson’s Helsal II are match-racing to the finish. Both have reported damages overnight with Helsal breaking their mainsheet system, losing their headsail and spinnakers sheets, has a torn spinnaker, a bent boom, and 2 rips in the main. Gusto appears to have a broken leech line with their main flapping severely. The boats are within 100 meters of each other with nine miles to go. ...
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Race leader damage in Melbourne to Hobart By Al Constable, 5:12 AM Thu 29 Dec 2005
The Race leader, Bill Rawson’s Adam’s Radford Helsal II, on target for a record in the 38th Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart race has sustained damage on the west coast of Tasmania. ...
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Helsal II Halfway By Event Media/Sail-World, 5:30 PM Wed 28 Dec 2005
23 hours into the 480 mile Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart race and race leader, Bill Rawson’s Helsal II is abeam of Pieman heads, halfway between Cape Grim and Cape Sorell. ...
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Westcoaster - Melbourne to Hobart update By Jennifer McGuigan, Melbourne , 9:08 AM Wed 28 Dec 2005
After a night of strong winds in Bass Strait the ‘Westcoaster’ fleet is stretched out from the northern end of King Island to Hunter Island north of Stanley. ...
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2005 Melbourne to Hobart Race By Sail-World.com, 8:49 PM Tue 27 Dec 2005
Victorian photographer Teri Dodds was on the startline for the 2005 Heemskirk Consolidated Melbourne to Hobart race today. ...
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Entire Cock of the Bay 2005 By Jennifer McGuigan, Melbourne , 7:12 PM Mon 26 Dec 2005
On a day that sees Melbourne’s sporting public heading to the MCG for the traditional Boxing Day clash of leather on willow, that other draw card is undoubtedly the Entire Cock of the Bay race. ...
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Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide By Jenny McGuigan and Sail-World, 9:15 AM Sat 24 Dec 2005
Now in its 33rd year, the 480 nautical mile blue water classic takes the competitors in their yachts out of Port Phillip Bay on the 27th of December every year, across Bass Strait, travelling down the rugged West Coast of Tasmania and rounding the southern most tip of Australia before heading up the Derwent River to the finish in Hobart. ...
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