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2014 Tornado European Championships – Final Days

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Day Three On day three Roland and Nahid defended their 2nd place with 2 firsts and a 2nd place in conditions between 6 and 11 knots. The Greek duo hat trouble crossing the start line because of a speedboat crossing the line seconds into the first race. They had to veer away and restart again, rolling up the field from ... Read More »

2014 Tornado European Championships – Day One

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The 2014 Tornado European Open and Mixed Championships started with a bang today in windy conditions. At dawn the sailors woke to the same weather conditions as the days before, around 8.30 all sailors started preparing their boats for a breezy day of sailing. The first hurdle was getting into the water safely with the swell full on the Mövenstein ... Read More »

2014 European Championships – Travemunde

There is now less than one month until the Tornado Class 2014 European Championships being held in Travemunde, Germany. The event is from the 23rd – 27th July and is as per usual we have the boat park Mövenstein as our base which is just outside the town with plenty of rigging space. There are also other facilities such as toilets, ... Read More »

A Perfect Weekend in Dervio

From the 21. to 22. of June the 37th Trofeo Cisalpino was held at the “Centro Vela Dervio ASD”. In the very beautiful scenery of the Lago di Como the wind started on lunchtime and the first race was started at 13.00 on schedule. Due to the sunny weather the very stable thermal winds of the lake increased to about ... Read More »

German Open

2014 German Open

Tornado Sailing in the centre of Hamburg from 10.-13. July on lake Alster. We expect the very best of sail racing and a lot of spectators. Make your early entry now….. http://www.nrv.de/segeln/german-open-tornado.html Read More »

2014 Western Australian Tornado State Titles

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The weather during the week leading up look a little sketchy but the day 1 breeze delivered a beautiful if not a little shifty 8 – 14 kt East wind. The Easterly wind blows off shore on the Owen Anchorage south of Fremantle and as with most of the Western Australian coast line becomes a little shifty but with great ... Read More »

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