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  1. From the Tasmanian Premier today - Mercury Newspaper 29th September 2021. THE Sydney to Hobart yacht race is likely to go ahead this year, Premier Peter Gutwein says. Talks with organisers were at an advanced stage for the race to return after last year’s cancellation. But it would be subject to conditions to contain the risk of Covid-19, Mr Gutwein said. “We’ve had good discussions with the organisers of the yacht race,” he said at a media conference on Thursday. “What it may mean and we said to them in terms of the yachts coming out we we’d expect double vaccina
  2. How far North do you need to get before the port/starboard polarity reverts to normal?
  3. RQ4077 raced @ 1.042 in Hobart. RQ4077 IRC appears in this years IRC list (14th December 2020) @ 1.045 Both ratings are pretty low for a 40.7 anyway. Increase could be a number of factors - this season with more sail area, bling ..... or measurement correction. Usually would expect if nothing changes for IRC to tick down with age credit.
  4. Nah - didn't hit the bricks. Good Sailing TR - great man.
  5. Fair enough - scratch a bit deeper. "Transiting through a medium or high-risk area: The traveller transits directly from the low-risk area to an airport or seaport by vehicle, only stopping for fuel." That is consistent with what Public Health have confirmed with a few today. I guess if they get Tas e-travel QR stuff issued they ticked the box in the opinion of those who tick the box. Linky Anyway - no biggy - whether these boats, even if they want to, can put up a race crew is a different matter. @LB 15 - we are indeed the lucky country and you are of course correct.
  6. There is a transit provision in the Tassie health act which captures Tasmanians who transit a designated low or medium risk region. If a Tassie race boat is in Sydney and their Tassie delivery crew fly to Sydney - transit straight to the boat and piss off - they're all good. If you transit through a high risk region you are stuffed and need to isolate for 14 days. Only applies to Tasmanians with a residential in the state. Tassie has only applied restrictions to the Greater Sydney area - anyone else from Australia still can come without isolation requirements. Any Tasmanian can retur
  7. Ubox was Ex Pretty Fly I think. Jazz was Quantum Racing, Victoire now in Tassie as Oskana. Gooden anyway.....
  8. A couple of new boats into Hobart - Estate Master and Blacksheep. Anyone know of any others?
  9. Looks like the clubs have sorted it out pretty well - see what the fleets are like. The 4 Groups giving tighter TCF bands is good. Fair chance that there will be some good racing.
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