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505-Training-Camp-Notes Videos from the Kingston training camp
After a long drought of 505 sailing in Kingston, it simply got too much for us and folks picked a date and decided to meet at KYC and go sailing together. Sure, we had to get formal about it and … Continue reading
Please see attached for the 2014 Canadians 2014 5o5 Canadian Championships NOR
I’d be surprised if results appeared anywhere on the web since I saw that the results were hand-written. It was a light air regatta, very little trapezing, only for brief moments here and there. Only one race on Saturday, the … Continue reading
You know, we have never put up the official flag. Here it is. Use it if you want.
It is funny when I travel from fleet to fleet you notice a real commonality in the way all the fleet members rig their boats. Thinking about it in a more macro level, I always found it weird when the … Continue reading
2010 505 Canadian Championships Kingston Ontario Regatta Report Wind, Sunshine, More Wind, Swimming, Blood, Broken Gear and Smiles….that sums up the weekend for the 2010 Canadian Championships. We have all gone to Kingston for three day regattas and it is … Continue reading
Making a 505 mast (Proctor D, older generation epoxy Rondar with P&B sails – loose foot, pole launcher, spin launcher) Well, it is something that you hope never to have to do, but chances are that while we remain with … Continue reading
The rules that govern sailing weight of the 505, and the measurement of, are detailed in rule 5.8. While I appreciate the importance of these rules and the need for a level playing field, I believe there are some serious … Continue reading