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Vendee Globe [VG] / Vendeé Globe 2019 [VG] Clasificacion
« on: January 20, 2020, 06:41:37 PM »
CALSIFICACIONES DE LA REGATA 2019


Clase IMOCA

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Clase 50

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Clase 32

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seguire.....


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Intercoast [IT] / Intercoast [IT] 2020
« on: December 14, 2019, 11:09:49 PM »



INTERCOAST [IT] 2020


Captains:

Intercoast is possibly the longest, most complex race within SailAway of all those created within the game.

The reason for this race is to cover the entire globe without stages, and alone.

We all understand that it would be impossible to be able to make such a crossing, or maybe not, but we adjust to the current conditions of the game.

Intercoast, always done with only one type of boat. Which determines each edition.

If you want to participate as in previous editions, do not doubt it is your career...


CAREER DATA:

GENERAL VISION:





TYPE OF BOAT ADMITTED:


 
NUMBER OF DEPARTURES: 1
START DATE: 1/02/every year
START TIME: 12:02 UTC


START PORT: Chelsea Piers - New York (USA). -   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelsea_Piers

- Chelsea Piers is a series of piers in Chelsea, on the West Side of Manhattan in New York City. Located to the west of the West Side Highway (Eleventh Avenue) and Hudson River Park and to the east of the Hudson River, they were originally a passenger ship terminal in the early 1900s that was used by the RMS Lusitania and was the destination of the RMS Titanic. The piers replaced a hodgepodge of run-down waterfront structures with a row of grand buildings embellished with pink granite facades.



PORT OF ARRIVAL: World's Fair Marina - New York (USA).  - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World%27s_Fair_Marina

- The World's Fair Marina is a public marina in Flushing Bay, Queens, New York. It is located at the northern edge of Flushing Meadows–Corona Park and operated by the Marine Division of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The marina is situated next to a 1.4-mile (2.3 km) long stretch of promenade around Flushing Bay and is also near LaGuardia Airport and Citi Field.





TECHNICIANS:

NUMBER OF BUOYS: 57

DISTANCES:

- Sailaway  : 49.575 Nm
- Real        : 58.034 Nm


TIME APROX:

RACE TIME: 420 Days Aprox. - (Measured on the previous edition, with Mini Transat).

RACE CONFIGURATION:

- Disable auto raise/reef: OFF
- Disable auto sheets:     OFF
- Disable auto trim:         OFF
- Disable helping hand button: OFF   
- Rotate course to wind:   NO
- Penalty:                        0%

DOCUMENTATION:

Google Earth: (KMZ) : Download   

SASPlanet : Download   


BUOYS:


1- Financial (USA)
2- Libertad (USA)
3- Hoffman Island (USA)
4- Virginia Beach (USA)
5.-Tybee Island (USA)
6- Cape Cañaveral (USA)
7- Naples (USA)
8- New Orleans (USA)
9- Veracruz (Mexico)
10- Guantanamo (Cuba)
11- San Fernando (Trinidad)
12- Amazonas (Brasil)
13- Natal (Brasil)
14- Curitiba (Brasil)
15- Montevideo (Uruguay)
16- Comodoro Rivadavia (Argentina)
17- Rio Gallegos (Argentina)
18- Hosteria Faro San Isidro (Chile)
19- Golfo de Penas (Chile)
20- Valparaiso (Chile)
21- Arica (Chile)
22- Guayaquil (Ecuador)
23- Panama (Panama)
24- Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)
25- Bamfield (Canada)
26- Anchorage (Canada)
27- Diomede Islands (Rusia)
28- Wajima (Japon)
29- Manila (Filipinas)
30- Asilulu (Indonesia)
31- Troughton Island (Australia)
32- Exmouth (Australia)
33- Melingge (Indonesia)
34- Latachapli (Bangladesh)
35- Ongole (India)
36- Kanyakumari (India)
37- Karachi (India)
38- Kuwait (Kuwait)
39- Duba (Arabia Saudi)
40- Ungujar (Zanzibar)
41- L'Agulhas (Sudafrica)
42- Malabo (Guinea Ecuatorial)
43- Gran Tarajal (Las Canarias)
44- Tripoli (Libia)
45- Beirut (Libano)
46- La Spezia (Italia)
47- San Salvador (España)
48- Irun (España)
49- Dieppe (Francia)
50- Rochford (UK)
51- Amsterdam (Holanda)
52- Kitmoller (Dinamarca)
53- Floro (Noruega)
54- Grindavik (Islandia)
55- Kitsigsuit (Groelandia)
56- Pigeom Hill (Canada)
57- Larchmont (USA)


CONTACT:

Email: sail@piro.biz

TS3: ts.piro.biz



Through this forum.

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Trash / Connect qtVlm and Sailaway to NMEA
« on: August 28, 2019, 11:16:39 AM »
First complete the steps from the How to use guide
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  • In qtVlm go to the menu qtVlm > Configuration[/size][/font]
  • Go to NMEA connections tab



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Vendee Globe [VG] / Vendee Globe [VG] KMZ
« on: August 28, 2019, 09:26:52 AM »
KMZ file, from the Vendée Globe race, for use in Google Earth, or other router applications.
Download:
http://piro.biz/piroraces/index.php?action=tpmod;dl=item12

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Forum News / Welcome to the Forum
« on: August 24, 2019, 03:43:57 PM »
Hi Captain ...

Welcome to our forums, we remind you that in order to see all the content, you need to be registered.

If you have any ideas, don't hesitate to tell us.

A hug.

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Forum News / Meteo Trackers Piro.
« on: August 24, 2019, 03:30:52 PM »
For a few days the Meteorology and the tides of our trackers will not vary.

We are changing the grib system, so you will always see the same weather.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Intercoast [IT] / GENERAL RULES - Intercoast race
« on: August 20, 2019, 08:10:30 AM »



INTERCOAST [IT]


Captains:

Intercoast is possibly the longest, most complex race within SailAway of all those created within the game.

The reason for this race is to cover the entire globe without stages, and alone.

We all understand that it would be impossible to be able to make such a crossing, or maybe not, but we adjust to the current conditions of the game.

Intercoast, always done with only one type of boat. Which determines each edition.

If you want to participate as in previous editions, do not doubt it is your career...


CAREER DATA:

GENERAL VISION:





TYPE OF BOAT ADMITTED: Each edition decides the type of boat
NUMBER OF DEPARTURES: 1
START DATE: 15/01/every year
START TIME: 12:02 UTC


START PORT: Chelsea Piers - New York (USA). -   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelsea_Piers

- Chelsea Piers is a series of piers in Chelsea, on the West Side of Manhattan in New York City. Located to the west of the West Side Highway (Eleventh Avenue) and Hudson River Park and to the east of the Hudson River, they were originally a passenger ship terminal in the early 1900s that was used by the RMS Lusitania and was the destination of the RMS Titanic. The piers replaced a hodgepodge of run-down waterfront structures with a row of grand buildings embellished with pink granite facades.



PORT OF ARRIVAL: World's Fair Marina - New York (USA).  - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World%27s_Fair_Marina

- The World's Fair Marina is a public marina in Flushing Bay, Queens, New York. It is located at the northern edge of Flushing Meadows–Corona Park and operated by the Marine Division of the Department of Parks and Recreation. The marina is situated next to a 1.4-mile (2.3 km) long stretch of promenade around Flushing Bay and is also near LaGuardia Airport and Citi Field.





TECHNICIANS:

NUMBER OF BUOYS: 57

DISTANCES:

- Sailaway  : 49.575 Nm
- Real        : 58.034 Nm


TIME APROX:

RACE TIME: 420 Days Aprox. - (Measured on the previous edition, with Mini Transat).

RACE CONFIGURATION:

- Disable auto raise/reef: OFF
- Disable auto sheets:     OFF
- Disable auto trim:         OFF
- Disable helping hand button: OFF   
- Rotate course to wind:   NO
- Penalty:                        0%

DOCUMENTATION:

Google Earth: (KMZ) : Download   

SASPlanet : Download   


BUOYS:


1- Financial (USA)
2- Libertad (USA)
3- Hoffman Island (USA)
4- Virginia Beach (USA)
5.-Tybee Island (USA)
6- Cape Cañaveral (USA)
7- Naples (USA)
8- New Orleans (USA)
9- Veracruz (Mexico)
10- Guantanamo (Cuba)
11- San Fernando (Trinidad)
12- Amazonas (Brasil)
13- Natal (Brasil)
14- Curitiba (Brasil)
15- Montevideo (Uruguay)
16- Comodoro Rivadavia (Argentina)
17- Rio Gallegos (Argentina)
18- Hosteria Faro San Isidro (Chile)
19- Golfo de Penas (Chile)
20- Valparaiso (Chile)
21- Arica (Chile)
22- Guayaquil (Ecuador)
23- Panama (Panama)
24- Cabo San Lucas (Mexico)
25- Bamfield (Canada)
26- Anchorage (Canada)
27- Diomede Islands (Rusia)
28- Wajima (Japon)
29- Manila (Filipinas)
30- Asilulu (Indonesia)
31- Troughton Island (Australia)
32- Exmouth (Australia)
33- Melingge (Indonesia)
34- Latachapli (Bangladesh)
35- Ongole (India)
36- Kanyakumari (India)
37- Karachi (India)
38- Kuwait (Kuwait)
39- Duba (Arabia Saudi)
40- Ungujar (Zanzibar)
41- L'Agulhas (Sudafrica)
42- Malabo (Guinea Ecuatorial)
43- Gran Tarajal (Las Canarias)
44- Tripoli (Libia)
45- Beirut (Libano)
46- La Spezia (Italia)
47- San Salvador (España)
48- Irun (España)
49- Dieppe (Francia)
50- Rochford (UK)
51- Amsterdam (Holanda)
52- Kitmoller (Dinamarca)
53- Floro (Noruega)
54- Grindavik (Islandia)
55- Kitsigsuit (Groelandia)
56- Pigeom Hill (Canada)
57- Larchmont (USA)


CONTACT:

Email: sail@piro.biz

TS3: ts.piro.biz



Through this forum.

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The Rose Nostrum [RN] / The Rose Nostrum 2019 - 32[RN]
« on: August 16, 2019, 09:05:27 AM »
The Rose Nostrum 2019 - 32[RN]



Captains:

One more year we presented our regatta The rose Nostrum, on this occasion we changed boats.

Prepare your 32, and join the party.

We will wait for you.

I have to say that although this regatta seems simple, it is not so much, since we have to go through several conflicting steps.

CAREER DATA:

TYPE OF BOAT ADMITTED: 32 Offshore Racer.
NUMBER OF DEPARTURES: 1
START DATE: 27/07/2019
START TIME: 21:02 UTC
START PORT: Marbella-Puerto Banús (Spain). -   http://www.marbella.es/inicio/  -
PORT OF ARRIVAL: La Escala (Spain).  - http://www.visitlescala.com/es/

TECHNICIANS:

NUMBER OF BUOYS: 10
DISTANCE: 7.400 NM. APROX.
RACE TIME: Unknown.

Disable auto raise/reef       OFF
Disable auto sheets       OFF
Disable auto trim               OFF
Disable helping hand button    OFF   
Rotate course to wind              NO

POINTS OF PASS:

General Vision: https://imgur.com/a/UgkBV

Google Maps (KMZ) : http://pirosail.ovh/Sail/Races/The_Rose_Nostrum.zip

1 -   Lampedusa Sur
2.-   Ra·s al Hilal North
3.-   Gaza West
4.-   Karsi West
5.-   Kumkale West
6.-   Batumi West
7.-   Golfo de Taganrog
8.-   Sulina East
9.-   Venecia East
10.- Genova West

CONTACT:

Email: sail@piro.biz

TS3: ts.piro.biz

http://piro.biz





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Trash / Prueba de foro
« on: August 15, 2019, 07:27:24 AM »
es to es una pruieba

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Vendee Globe [VG] / Vendeé Globe [VG]
« on: August 14, 2019, 06:54:13 AM »








Join our second edition of this fantastic regatta .....

Hello Navigators, we want to simulate the fantastic race Vendée Globe, in this fantastic simulator, we are studying how to make it reality, as accurate as possible as it is in reality, Although it is true we all know the current limitations when creating regattas inside the game.

The length of the course, as well as the possible selection of the type of boat, makes us, at this moment, for this type of event, logical limitations within the game.

Even so, welcome to the recreation of this awesome race.







1.- WHAT IS IT?

SOLO, NON STOP AND WITHOUT ASSISTANCE

To date, the Vendée Globe is the only sailing race round the world, solo, non-stop and without assistance. The event followed in the wake of the Golden Globe which had initiated the first circumnavigation of this type via the three capes (Good Hope, Leeuwin and Horn) in 1968. Only one out of the nine pioneers who had set off in 1968 succeeded in returning to Falmouth, the major port of British Cornwall. On 6th April 1969, after 313 days at sea, British sailor Robin Knox-Johnston finally reached his goal. Twenty years later, after having won the BOC Challenge twice(solo round the world with stopovers), navigator Philippe Jeantot introduced the idea of a new race around the world, but..non-stop! The Vendée Globe race was born. On 26th November 1989, thirteen sailors took the start of the first edition which lasted over three months. Only seven returned to Les Sables d'Olonne.

The eight editions of what is now called the Everest of the seas by the public have enabled 167 contenders to take the start of this extraordinary race. Only 89 of them managed to cross the finish line. This figure alone shows the extreme difficulty of this global event in which solo racers are confronted to freezing cold, gigantic waves and heavy skies which sweep the Great South! The Vendée Globe is first and foremost a journey beyond the seas and deep down oneself… It has rewarded great sailors :TitouanLamazou in 1990, Alain Gautier in 1993, Christophe Auguin in 1997, Vincent Riou in 2005, François Gabart in 2013 and Armel LeCléac'h in 2017. The skipper from Finistère became the new record holder of the race in 74 days. Only one sailor has won it twice : Michel Desjoyeaux, in 2001 and 2009. The 9thVendée Globe will leave Les Sables d'Olonne on Sunday 8thNovember 2020.

2.- HISTORY

The race was founded as "The Globe Challenge" in 1989 by French yachtsman Philippe Jeantot. Jeantot had competed in the BOC Challenge (now the Velux 5 Oceans Race) in 1982–83 and 1986–87, winning the 60-foot class ("Class I") both races.Dissatisfied with the race's format, he decided to set up a new round-the-world non-stop race, which he felt would be the ultimate challenge for single-handed sailors.

The first race was run in 1989–90, and was won by Titouan Lamazou; Jeantot himself took part, and placed fourth.The next race was in 1992–93; and it has since then been run every four years. The inaugural race included 11 Frenchmen, one South African (Bertie Reed) and one American (Mike Plant).

3.- COURSE

The race starts and finishes in Les Sables-d'Olonne, in the Département of Vendée, in France; both Les Sables d’Olonne and the Vendée Conseil Général are official race sponsors.[10] The course is essentially a circumnavigation along the clipper route: from Les Sables d’Olonne, down the Atlantic Ocean to the Cape of Good Hope; then clockwise around Antarctica, keeping Cape Leeuwin and Cape Horn to port; then back to Les Sables d’Olonne.The race generally runs from November to February, and is timed to place the competitors in the Southern Ocean during the austral summer.

Additional waypoints may be set in the sailing instructions for a particular race, in order to ensure safety relative to ice conditions, weather, etc.

The competitors may stop at anchor, but may not draw alongside a quay or another vessel; they may receive no outside assistance, including customised weather or routing information. The only exception is that a competitor who has an early problem may return to the start for repairs and then restart the race, as long the restart is within 10 days of the official start.

The race presents significant challenges; most notably the severe wind and wave conditions in the Southern Ocean, the long unassisted duration of the race, and the fact that the course takes competitors far from the reach of any normal emergency response. A significant proportion of the entrants usually retire, and in the 1996–97 race Canadian Gerry Roufs was lost at sea.

To mitigate the risks, competitors are required to undergo medical and survival courses. They must also be able to demonstrate prior racing experience; either a completed single-handed trans-oceanic race or the completion of a previous Vendée Globe. The qualifying race must have been completed on the same boat as the one the sailor will race in the Vendée Globe; or the competitor must complete an additional trans-oceanic observation passage, of not less than 2,500 miles (4,000 km), at an average speed of at least 7 knots (13 km/h), with his or her boat.

4.- RACING DATA

DEPARTURE PORT: Les Sables-d'Olonne (France). [46°29′47″N 1°47′05″O]

https://www.lessablesdolonne.fr/




ARRIVAL PORT: Les Sables-d'Olonne (France). [46°29′47″N 1°47′05″O]

https://www.lessablesdolonne.fr/




DEPARTURE DATE: 08/11/2019

DEPARTURE TIME: 19:02 UTC Time.



MAX TIME DEPARTURE: None, currently can not leave, after the official exit in the game.

DISTANCE : 24,020: Miles, or 40,075 kilometers, theoretical to be used. Knowing that most of the competitors sail more distance, sometimes more than 52,000 kilometers, to avoid the icebergs or anticyclones (areas of little wind).



REAL DAYS : 78: Days, 2 hours and 16 minutes, used in the last edition 2013 by the winner François Gabart, who broke the record of the Vendée Globe. The French improved the previous mark of Michel Desjoyeaux in the Vendée Globe 2008/09.

TYPE OF BOAT : See section 6. All Boats SailAway

REPORTS AND TRACKING: Via Web http://piro.biz


5.- TECHNICAL BUOYS IN RACE

As we are all well aware, currently the limitation of the program of creation of races obliges us to place buoys with a margin of passage through them, not being possible to determine broad areas of passage, as well as exclusions within the game, , for which the minimum mandatory buoys have been established, in order to maintain the correct course of the race.

These points of passage are detailed below:

Buoy nº S1: Hotagterklip. Approx. 37 km South - (SOUTH AFRICA). margin of passage South 20 Km. max.

  Position [-35.35 / 19.92]

Buoy nº S2: Stewart Island. Approx 47 km South - (NEW ZEALAND). margin of passage South 20 Kmts max.

  Position [-48.11 / 169.28]

Buoy nº S3: Isla Hornos. Approx 76 km South - (CHILE). Margin of passage South 20 Kmts max.

  Position [-56.13 / -67.28]

More naturally, lines of departure and arrival.

--- SOUTH EXCLUSION LINES.

For reasons of safety in terms of ice formation in the Southern Hemisphere, there is currently an exclusion zone, where no vessel can exceed these limits.

72: The number of GPS points (waypoints) that make up the delimitation of the restricted area, called in the Vendée Globe, the Antarctic Exclusion Zone. The permanent monitoring of the ice drift by CLS has allowed to change the zone and to fix three points GPS against South Africa. While this ZEA can change during the race always in the interest of safety following the movement of icebergs and growlers, 4 GPS points will never move: they are in southeastern Australia by 46 ° 00,00'S and between 105 ° 00.00E and 120 ° 00.00E.

Currently in SailAway, we can not demarcate these zones, so ....

WE WILL ADOPT THE PARALLEL 61 ºS, as a continuous exclusion zone.


6.- TYPES OF BOATS PERMITTED

The current limitation of the game, when assigning possible boats in a race, are or all boats or only one.

So in this edition of the race, you can use the boat that the sailor wants. And if included the mini transat, since ....

  Alessandro Di Benedetto with the "Plastique" crossed the goal of the Vendée Globe, and to be form is the only navigator to have gone around the world, first with a mino 650 and now in an IMOCA 60.

The final classifications will be governed by the type of boat, depending on its class, scored via Sailwawe, on the website destined for the race.

7.- REGULATION OF THE RACE


Disable auto raise/reef   OFF
Disable auto sheets   OFF
Disable auto trim   OFF
Disable helping hand button   YES   
Rotate course to wind NO
Penalty Offline 2%


- All participants will be seen on the tracking map on the website.

- The tracking map has meteorology, depths, navigation routes, buoys and everything related to navigation.

- After finishing the race, your history will remain on the web, so that you can consult later on.


8.- RACE RESOURCES

If you want to know the official regulations of the race, see the following link, you have all the information that gives the official page of the Vendée ...

https://www.vendeeglobe.org/en/documents-area/official-notice-board

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Volunteers for the creation: sail@piro.biz - TS3: ts.piro.biz.

Web of the race: http://pirosail.ovh

Official links .....

http://www.vendeeglobe.org/en

http://tracking2016.vendeeglobe.org/hp5ip0/

Videos...


Vídeo de YouTube™: One Sailor, One Boat, One Goal: Didac Costa - Vendée Globe 2016
Reproducciones: 5,779
Follow Didac Costa and his team on their quest to the greatest challenge of the oceanic sailing at www.vg2016.com


http://www.vendeeglobe.org/en/the-legend

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