ESA/FMYC – C9 – speed junkies trophy – 3/11/2021 – Results


__________⛵ ESA – FMYC – C9 – speed junkies trophy – RACE SERIES ⛵


Congratulations to Moon for the course win, and all of you for coming to try this very long long offshore course. Ella finish bravely fighting against the long upwind leg. Well done !!

This Wednesday we have the following skippers on our course

  • Bianca – TMS I-Mocca 60
  • Angus – TMS OD65
  • Amy – WildWind OP-60
  • Ella – TMS I-Mocca 60
  • Moon – WildWind OP-60

The course of this Wednesday is:

C9/R04E (extended)

The wind come from South East– 135° – 25 Knots – V2 – G6


Original route created by Pelagia Knosos and modified by Amy Pond

From left to right – Moon – Ella – Amy – Bianca – Angus

Moon leading alls long leg after turn sand island at Noth of Corsica

The triangle of the lag at Viterbo

From the start line, the race became a sort of strange circumstance for the skippers, Bianca leading the group followed by Moon, Amy, Ella and a little behind by Angus. Once at the sandcastle, Ella, Moon and Amy sail together, hull by hull. But upon entering the area of ​​the lag triangle (Viterbo), some boats such as Bianca and Amy were damaged. We continue in a northerly direction after the triangle of the lag, without much difficulty. Bianca and Moon compete for the lead in each buoy turn, and this happens on all legs between Urbino and Degran. A little later after turning the NW buoy on Stodierski, Bianca notifies her that she is out of the race, after try to return to the ship without success. After losing Bianca the fleet heads for the lighthouse, all three turn within 15 seconds of each other. Ella and Moon head south finding the castle on the way, while Amy returns on her way to be able to go to the sand island without any obstacles in front of her. Amy catches and passes to Moon and Ella and makes the turn on the sandy island taking a few meters of lead. Moon catches Amy as they pass through Stodierski’s NW buoy again. Between this buoy and the rusty buoy at the end of this sea, Moon demonstrated his superiority by sailing the Op-60 and his generosity, helping Amy with the best way to rig upwind sails. From Ascalapha to Spyglass at Black sea, there is the longest leg upwind you can imagine, Well on that long leg Moon and Amy sailing together until at Dizadare, Amy lost control and is forced to logout after of losing his ship. On his return he rezz a fresh boat and prepares to continue. Moon waits with the ship stopped at Black Sea – Irish for Ella and Amy to arrive, when all three are back together he continues to sail. We pass legs without difficulty, after turning the yellow buoy before crossing the Second Norway boundary we turn and navigate the Great Mannan Island Passage until we reach Sailor Rest. when returning to Black Sea all three continue sailing together and thus we are passing the nautical miles crossing Nautilus by the south and the north, arriving at Ahab’s Haunt not without difficulties, finally we can cross the line of arrival 2 hours later.

Bad luck for Angus and Bianca this week. you are braves !!


ESA-FMYC StartLine :
Race Results:
1: moonglownight Resident 062 – Race Time: 1:57:05
2: Montserrat Naidoo 069 – Race Time: 1:59:48
3: eleanorvelvet Resident BSbccf – Race Time: 2:03:21
4: TgBianca Resident BSeb40 – Not Finished
5: Angus Finlayson BS35ee – Not Finished

Lap Times:
moonglownight Resident 062 – Start: 0:00:16 – Last lap: 1:56:49
Montserrat Naidoo 069 – Start: 0:00:16 – Last lap: 1:59:32
eleanorvelvet Resident BSbccf – Start: 0:00:29 – Last lap: 2:02:52
TgBianca Resident BSeb40 – Start: 0:00:20 – Last lap: Not Finished
Angus Finlayson BS35ee – Start: 0:01:07 – Last lap: Not Finished


____________ ⛵ ESA/FMYC – C9 – speed junkies trophy – SCORING ⛵

This trophy is for speed lovers with large monohull sail boats. It consists of 25 races spread over 25 weeks. At the end of the trophy, the top three finishers will receive a prize.

1speed junkies trophy - Scoring - 03th November 2021

DCC > Don’t can come

We continues the next week with C9/05R, See youuuuuuuuuu !!


  1. The crash made me really angry yesterday. I have sent them already a ticket months ago to reduce the underworld stuff around the 4 sims Scryerfield, Pravatch, Savitovic, McLatchy because it causes only lag and crashes but no one goes there to visit the underwater world.
    But they said only they checked the script runs and there is no issue

    I got this message yesterday when i tried to enter Pravatch: “Cannot region cross into banned parcel. Try another way.” But the parcel wasn’t banned because you all entered it after me.

    So what happened… after pulled off the boat any tp i made ended somewhere but not in the sim i aimed for. After a minute my animations stopped and i could tp again. So i tried to sit on my boat, but that disappeared when i did a right click on it. i couldn’t turn while flying and 10min later i got the message my boat was returned from the sim Sheerstone because that sim was full. It didnt show it sailing on mini map after i was pulled off like it normally does.

    I would have loved to sail that race to the end…

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    • Bianca, can it be your lag was clientside? I mean in Germany the internet is Neuland and they are not doing too well with the broadband connectivity and the ISPs are all little gangsters …

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      • no those 4 sims with that useless underwater world cause lag for all… some get more some get less…

        but to tell me its a banned parcel is just absolute nonsense and shows me they have no clue what is going on in sl

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        • Mhm. LL has no clue about SL, an old theory that becomes more and more apparent. They’ve lost contact with their own world for a while. 😐

          I remember a time when all vehicle users complained about borked sim xings. LL answer: “Why don’t you people just use TP?”



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