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    didn t pay off and they ran hard aground Despite Eamonn s acrobatics and an attempt to tie a line round a nearby navigation post and winch themselves clear see the dinghy below they were stuck fast Not only stuck fast but on camera Now they must wait for high tide to refloat knowing many of the other smaller yachts will sail past them during Sunday morning The its a

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/bennevis4.html (2016-02-10)
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    at Caernarfon Nothing else to do but talk to the TV cameras and explain where it all went wrong After all that running here we are stuck Now Clipper will have to watch most of the other yachts set off

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    to the top of Cader Idris so they are a strong team and will be hard to beat Both are members of the Bro Dysynni Athletic Club Seven minutes behind them were Brendan Bolland and Richard Ludlow on Team Reflex followed by Andy Sanderson and Keith Allday from Kookabura a further 5 minutes back However their team is entered in The Tilman Trophy so they must now decide whether to

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/snowdon.html (2016-02-10)
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    06 00 7 27 02 00 15 7 KOOKABURRA Y 25 10 31 00 20 31 00 25 15 06 00 4 30 00 3 25 01 00 12 8 LEOPARD CLIPPER Y 25 00 14 00 10 14 00 25 04 54 00 4 35 00 5 14 49 00 2 9 MIDSTREAM 25 05 04 00 15 04 00 25 11 05 00 5 56 00 11 21 00 00 5 10 PARHELION 25 06 27 00 16 27 00 25 11 57 00 5 25 00 9 21 52 00 8 11 RED DRAGON 2000 25 06 50 00 16 50 00 25 11 13 00 4 18 00 1 21 08 00 6 12 SIMPLY RED Y 25 03 03 00 13 03 00 25 08 30 00 5 23 00 8 18 25 00 4 15 CORM Y 25 08 41 00 18 41 00 25 14 59 00 6 13 00 13 24 54 00 11 16 SUNSAIL IPRS 25 11 25 00 21 25 00 25 18 17 00 6 47 00 15 28 12 00 16 17 TEAM MOJO Y 25 06 52 00 16 52 00 25 12 24 00 5

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    tried everything to move the yacht even wrapping a rope around a nearby navigation marker ironically the one they should have passed outside of and attempting to winch themselves clear but they were stuck fast and stuck for a very long time Leopard Clipper were in the same position It would be close to high tide before they could refloat a wait of more than 9 hours during which time other boats would sail by and build up a strong lead In the space of half an hour the race was thrown wide open again Simply Red was the next to leave moving slowly against the tide but with much more water below her Serenely and very slowly she passed the 2 grounded yachts now lying at a marked tilt their keels and rudders exposed They were followed by Charter Continuum and there could be no more graphic warning to Skipper Ian Hudson to be careful than the sight of other 2 Reflex 38 s But their misfortune was his gain and he could now push for the lead In the first hour out from Caernarfon Simply Red were enjoying being in the lead a position we never dreamed of being in but ever so gradually Charter Continuum won the slow motion battle and moved ahead passing beneath the first of the 2 bridges By now the team were using their huge oars and gaining a marked advantage over Simply Red who only had a couple of small paddles Going into the dangerous area known as The Swellies between the 2 bridges it also gave them the momentum they needed to maintain steerage as they passed through just after slack water They area has many submerged rocks and normally passage is only recommended at close to high tide Steering a

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/swellies3.html (2016-02-10)
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    Simply Red between the 2 bridges in the Menai Strait Sweeping under the bridge Heading out of the Strait for the Irish Sea and on to Whitehaven A Barmouth boat

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    who were hard aground It wasn t to last By the time they reached the Britannia Bridge Charter Continuum had passed them bringing their huge 3m oars into play to help them maintain steerage as they passed through Simply Red were not so lucky running up hard against Price s Rock then losing control of the yacht They sailed backwards and sideways for a while then ran aground again This

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/swellies2.html (2016-02-10)
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    Whitehaven Charter Continuum moored on pontoons at the new Whitehaven Marina Ian Hudson faces the TV cameras There are only 12 reflex 38 s in the world and we have three of them in the 2000 race Charter Continuum has

    Original URL path: http://www.bluedome.co.uk/threepeaks2000/reports/whitehaven.html (2016-02-10)
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