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Indec Consulting fleet on West Coast

by Rob Kothe sail-world.com on 28 Dec 2000
After the retirement last night of Spirit of Alice (Prowler), Tevake is leading the Indec Melbourne to Hobart from Wild One, two miles further back. There is a 12 mile gap back to Morning Star and Anaconda is close behind.

Following is the output being received via the StarTrack system, this is a snapshot of the fleet taken over 30 seconds.

You can view the passage of the fleet
and replay the tracks on http://www.sail-world.com

Tevake
40° 47.4 S Lat
144° 37.7 Long
Speed: 6.23 Knots
Bearing: 171. °

Leads the race from

Wild One
40° 45.2 S Lat
144° 33.8 Long
Speed: 6.47 Knots
Bearing: 168. °

12 miles further back is

Morning Star
40° 33.4 S Lat
144° 32.1 Long
Speed: 4.65 Knots
Bearing: 169. °

Anaconda
40° 32.5 S Lat
144° 35.1 Long
Speed: 4.89 Knots
Bearing: 162. °

Under Capricorn
40° 24.7 S Lat
144° 47.7 Long
Speed: 6.45 Knots
Bearing: 255. °

Yoko
40° 18.9 S Lat
144° 25.2 Long
Speed: 3.60 Knots
Bearing: 251. °


Color Solutions
40° 18.5 S Lat
144° 16.0
Long Speed: 4.58 Knots
Bearing: 248. °


Ruffian II
40° 18.5 S Lat
144° 19.3 Long
Speed: 6.83 Knots
Bearing: 275. °


Wavelength
40° 17.8 S Lat
144° 30.7 Long
Speed: 4.90 Knots
Bearing: 165. °

Andromeda III
40° 9.24 S Lat
144° 48.6 Long
Speed: 5.00 Knots

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