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MultiHobieEuropeans – Hobie 16 Women, Masters, Grand Masters and Spi Cup concluded

After eight exiting races in very varied wind and wave conditions the Hobie 16 Women, Masters, Grand Masters and Spi Cup disciplines have come to the end.

With the lighter part on day one and the more animated part on day two with up about 20 knots and more bumpy rides the podium positions went to:

EHCA HC16 Open Spi Cup:

1. Cedric & Laurent Bader (FRA)

2. Orion Martin/Charlotte Hilliard (FRA)

3. Fletcher & Georgia Warren-Myers (AUS)

EHCA Masters discipline:




EHCA Womens discipline:

1. Krystal Weir/Sarah Newman (AUS)

EHCA Grand Masters discipline:


Following the prize giving the party continued in a nearby beach-bar with live rockabilly music, dancing and maybe a drink or two! ;-) Great fun for sure! J


2014 Super Sail Tour - Grömitz

Eckernförde, Juni 2014

A perfect port start for skipper Ingo Delius in the 5th and last race of the Hobie 16 Regatta in Grömitz safed him the final overall victory in a very strong field before Kerstin Wichardt / Sarah Schütte second place and the Youth World Champions Nicolaj Björnholt / Nicklas Heide from Denmark. „We know that we have to try something special to win,“ said Ingo Delius after the race. „We saw the line to pin end, the wind was fine and the field was not fast enough to come down right in time. That was an amazing start for us,“ Ingo Delius smiling.

Former champion Detlef Mohr with his long year crew Karen Wichardt, sailed two first places and finished one time second, but with two OCS it was not possible to get in the top rankings after 5 races.

„Due to the wind conditions it was not possible to sail more than 5 races, so we only could take out one OCS. If you sail like this you cannot expect more,“ said Detlef Mohr after his 16th place overall.

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Three great days with 7-fought races have allowed us to successfully conclude the 1st National Championship Hobie Cat Multiclass. The 55 boats in the water were divided between the historical and widespread Hobie Cat 16, the fast Tiger and Wild Cat and the "small" Dragoon.

The wind conditions were very different, both in intensity and direction and the committee has done a great job to allow the smooth running of the whole event that eventually honored as winners the faster and the more careful sailors who didn’t make tactical errors difficult to heal.

The technical success of the event was completed by the equally important success of the organization masterfully handled by the club Tognazzi Marine Village of Torvaianica that, aided by the beautiful location, they did live to all the competitors and their friends the famous atmosphere of the Hobie Way of Life, which combines the efforts of competitive races, with the pleasure of being fine all together having fun.

The Multiclass Championship formula helped make particularly interesting and enjoyable the whole event, because it brought together racers of all ages and different levels of experience, allowing everyone to have fun and just enjoy the competitive spirit.

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RACING FOR H/Tiger & Wildcat class, H16 ‘A’ & ‘B’ Fleets and Junior Hobie Dragoons. Subject to conditions, there will be an added race, three in total, to make up for one of the missed races earlier in the series. For those that haven’t raced as yet and are intending to for this event, please make sure entry form is given to the Beach Officer prior to the start. There are 6 races remaining and 5 to count, so still all to play for. If anyone requires crew please make contact, there are several with experience who are keen to sail. Next weekend’s forecast looking excellent for racing.

RCIYC SPRING REGATTA what a fantastic event to start the sail/racing season off. Excellent conditions, especially on the Sunday and great competition amongst the Hobies in all classes.

Well done to the winning teams.

THANK YOU to all the Fleet for flying the black ribbon in the Regatta as a mark of respect to Hobie Alter. Great to see all the boats on the start line with the ribbons streaming from the second mainsail batten up. Nice photo of Darren and Laurence above, taken by Elaine, with the black ribbon flying. More photos of the Regatta racing are on the RCIYC facebook page.


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