Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003
AsianYachting Race Report 5 & Summary

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

Torn sails, a few broaches and surging spinnaker rides
The new found wind at this years Kings Cup may have created some carnage on the water but did not let us down on the last day of racing. Although there have been difficult jury decisions to be made and accepted by racing crews the fact that there is lots of wind has resulted in a extremely exciting and sometimes intense battle on the water.
One of the regatta's Co-founders in 1987 and this years organising committee president Chris King, who has participated each year was quick to point out "That these conditions are normal for this week despite 3 years of light winds". The race committees difficulties in dealing with these conditions has resulted in a record number of appeals that once assessed, the appropriate action will be taken for next year. At the prize presentation ceremony the Kings representative Mom Usni Pramoj stressed the need for commitment to achieve your aims and wished everybody future success.

Racing Class - Ole', ole' ole',ole!
Despite only finishing 3rd today,
Vicente Garcia's brand new Spanish Farr 520 Plis Play (means Do it quickly) from DK Yachts in Malaysia certainly did do it quickly to become the 2003 Kings Cup champion. At the beginning of the day Neil Pryde's Hi-Fidelity posed the only threat if they finished first but it was not to be and her 4th placing today even relegated them to 3rd spot overall. Ray Ordoveza's Clariden-Karakoa won the day and by adding another win to their score placed them in 2nd spot on the overall leader board. Fred Kinmonth's Stella-Minter Ellison had a good day to place 2nd in the final race to finish up 4th overall.

"Where from here, the Spanish team was asked?" Plis Play will be shipped to Barcelona and their ambition is to win the Kings Cup in Spain and complete the yearly double of becoming global Kings Cup champions.

Sportsboats
David Hamilton's Mumm 30 Luuk Loma may have won the day and lifted to 3rd overall, plus spoiled Jeremy Muller's near perfect scoresheet on Scallywag who has 6 first places giving them overall first place and a convincing win over Stuart Harrison's Mumm 30 Panic and displaced Scott Duncanson's Phuket 8 Securicor Somtam Express to 4th overall.

Premier Cruising
Jon Wardill's long running Australian Maid campaign has finally struck gold by winning the Premier Cruising class at the recent Raja Muda in Malaysia and now finally after many close shaves the 2003 Kings Cup. Dr Ian Nicolson found the conditions suiting Intrigue of Stornoway to win the final race although finishing up in 4th place overall. Marcel Liedts Hocux Pocux 2 second place today secured them 2nd place overall in front of a disgruntled George Olivit who believes the juries decision on Big Buzzard has been very harsh.

IRC 1
David Lindhal's La Samudra led by one point going into the final race and hammered home a overall victory with another win today over last years victor Viroj Nualkhair's Octopussy. John Vause's Ruby Tuesday finished 3rd today to recover 3rd spot overall from Rob Williams Di Hard that has suffered from a few mid fleet finishes in the latter stages.

IRC 2
Chai Yo! again to the Royal Thai Navy who have won this class for the second year in succession. Eventually it was Lt Bunpot Jaibunjong's crew that overcame NC Rachid Sanpakeaw's RTN 2 by winning 2 races as opposed to Rachid's 1 that gave them the narrowest of victories. A consistently sailed Patrice 3 skippered by Tracy Edwards ended up in 3rd place overall in front of the all girl Dewi Bayu Team on Gotcha Lagi! skippered by Juanita Spencer who finished a distant 4th.

IRC 3
Peter Chiltern's win on Milissa a Sunsail 44 came a little to late in proceedings as Bob Ashman's 2nd place today on Simba gave them a commanding overall points lead over Graham Lind's Sumatra. Karl-Heinz Gebhardt's Destiny climbed into 3rd place after the discard has been introduced to tie on points with Jim Ellis's Remington who after a count back finished up fourth.

Ocean Multihull
Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan turned the tables today on Mark Pescott's Latitude 8 Cyrene but it was not enough to displace Latitude 8 Cyrene from the top of the leader board. Phil Atkinson's Securicor Fine Pitch finished up in 3rd place after missing a buoy in a earlier race and lost valuable time rerounding it.

Classic
Despite a protest being lodged against Stephen Pepperell's Long White Cloud they have won 3 races already to clinch the new perennial Xyphias Trophy donated by Christopher Edwards. Julian Hill's Sanook took out 2nd place for the second year running with Claus Karthe's Greensleaves in 3rd place overall. Weighing in at 162 tons the well sailed 42m Sylvia skippered by Marc Massari and crewed by many, may not have finished on the podium but they must be given 10 out of 10 points for completing all the courses in spectacular fashion.

Ocean Rover
The 3 competitors in the Ocean Rover Class have finished up in the same order after every race. Ray Bradshaw's Gladys Guttenburg which eluded the press photographers all week finished up 1st from George M Johannes OK-LA and John Fenn's The Four Winds.

Complete Kings Cup 2003 results are available from the http://www.kingscup.com web site.

Guy Nowell reports that the photos on this web edition will soon be available online in full resolution when he returns to Hong Kong and prints can be ordered directly from his website by going to: http://www.guynowell.com


Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003

AsianYachting Race Report 4

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

Are we having fun yet?
A question asked in the press room after a brisk day on the water! The International Jury spent the entire lay day yesterday having a open forum meeting with the racing class competitors then adjudicating on a unprecedented number of appeals before making fair and equitable results for the previous days racing. A long and tedious process that was not completely resolved till this morning.

A fresh 20 to 25 knot trade wind came in with avengeance yesterday and although it has moderated today it appears as though it will last for the rest of the regatta. Two lengthy windward / leeward's for the racing classes and a 25 nm offshore passage race for the multihull and cruising classes where completed in gusty conditions and todays results has sealed a number of the overall class placing's.

Racing Class
Vicente Garcia's new Farr 520 Plis Play's two wins today has placed them back on the top of the leaderboard in front of Neil Pryde's Hi-Fidelity that could only manage 2 sixth places and poses the only threat to Plis Play becoming this years champion. For this to happen Hi-Fidelity will have to win the final race tomorrow to tie on points with Plis Play and having 3 wins would win on a count back. This would seem highly unlikely especially if the strong wind remains as Hi-Fidelity's light weather configuration is not suited to the stronger breezes.

SportsBoats
Jeremy Muller's Sydney 32 Scallywag added two more bullets and has kept a clean score sheet to take a convincing lead over Stuart Harrison's Mumm 30 Panic and Scott Duncanson's Phuket 8 Securicor Somtam Express. Although the remaining podium places were shared today one of the more spectacular sights captured was Somtam Express
hugh round-up and broach in front of the press boat.

Once again the Premier Cruising class results are in dispute with another appeal over yesterdays decision and a protest lodged against Big Buzzard for a start line infringement. Marcel Liedts Hocus Pocus 2 is provisionally placed 1st with Jon Wardill's Australian Maid 2nd and George Olivit's Big Buzzard 3rd. The pointscore is very close and yet again the juries decision plus the final race positions will be the deciding factor in determining a winner in this class.

IRC 1
Last years winner Viroj Nualkhair's Octopussy added 2 wins to his score to lift them back into contention, trailing David Lindhal's La Samudra by one point who scored a 3rd and 2nd and Rob Williams Di Hard finished in the reverse order. John Vause's Ruby Tuesday finished outside the order today but remains only 2 points adrift of the overall leader and tomorrows showdown will produce a winner from these leading boats.

IRC 2
The Royal Thai Navy came to the fore again today finishing with a 1st and 2nd from a consistently 3rd placed Patrice 3 skippered by Tracy Edwards. NC Rachid Sanpakeaw's Royal Thai Navy 2 holds a comfortable lead over RTN 1 and judging from past performances is likely to prevail in this class.

IRC 3
Stuart Crowe's Cinders rebounded with a 1st place today but unfortunately it came a little to late as Bob Ashman's 2nd place on Simba gives him a commanding points lead over Graham Lind's Sumatra who clocked up a 3rd place. Jim Ellis's Remington has consistently improved after a slow start to find them finishing 4th and sitting in forth place overall.

Ocean Multihull
Mark Pescott's Latitude 8 Cyrene put in another fine performance to take the handicap honours from Phil Atkinson's Securicor Fine Pitch and
Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan. This is Latitude 8 Cyrene 3rd win which places them well in front of Cedar Swan and Fine Pitch who have shared the minor placing's to be tied on points in second spot coming into tomorrows final race.

Classic
Stephen Pepperell's Long White Cloud once again took 1st place this time over Julian Hill's Sanook and Claus Karthe's Greensleaves re-entered the frey with a 3rd place. This being Long White Cloud's third win she tops the leaderboard in a unbeatable position in front of Sanook and Greensleaves and a spectacularly sailed Sylvia.

Ocean Rover
The 3 competitors in the Ocean Rover Class finished in the same places as the previous races with the elusive Gladys Guttenburg skippered by Ray Bradshaw finishing 1st from George M Johannes OK-LA and John Fenn's The Four Winds 3rd and remain in the respective overall positions.

Complete Kings Cup 2003 results are available from the http://www.kingscup.com web site.

Guy Nowell reports that the photos on this web edition will soon be available online in full resolution when he returns to Hong Kong and prints can be ordered directly from his website by going to: http://www.guynowell.com


Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003

AsianYachting Race Report 3

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

Fun and games Galore!
Today's Royal Phuket Marina Andaman Sea Race turned into a real corker. Not since the mid nineties have we seen so much wind that turned the 35nm course into a close reach on the way out to Ko Racha Yai and a slightly broader reach on the way back. A mass start for all the racing classes proved very tricky at the biased and crowded pin end of the start line which saw many yachts ducking for cover as Neil Prydes Hi-Fidelity and Doc Nicolsons Intrigue made a brave approach on starboard tack catching most the fleet offside. The ensuing protests will determine the results which may prove to a big factor on the overall leaderboard.

The long waterline and heavier displacement yachts came to the fore over the lighter racing yachts on the long slide out to Ko Racha where Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's multihull Cedar Swan was the first to reach the gate and Richard Kahm's 28 meter Diablesse the first of the monohulls.

Initially is was Karakoa, Hi-Fidelity and Yo! in the Racing Class provisional results but after hearing Neil Pryde's protest the Jury decided that Karakoa and Yo! are to be given 20% penalties. At the time of going to print several counter protests and a redress were being prepared. Although Ray Roberts on Hollywood Boulevard managed to avoid the startline debacle he is in the running for the AsianYachting "Unluckiest Sailor of the month" award when his mainsail ripped across at the 2nd batten down at Ko Racha but despite this managed to continue racing overtaking Karakoa and catching up with Plis Play on the way back.

The smaller Sportsboats managed to avoid the startline difficulties and Stuart Harrison's Mumm 30 Panic turned the tables on Jeremy Muller's Sydney 32 Scallywag by 25 seconds after playing bridesmaid for 3 races. Scott Duncanson's Phuket 8 Securicor Somtam Express ended up 3rd and not particulary suited to the 2 sail reaching conditions.

The Premier Cruising Class also face a round of protests and expecting redresses from the International Jury on a mistaken 1st mark placing and direction from the start as a number of yachts are deemed to have totally missed rounding the mark. Initially Marcel Liedts Hocus Pocus 2 placed 1st with George Olivit's Big Buzzard 2nd and after a brave move of attacking the other starters on starboard Dr Ian Nicolson's Intrigue of Stornaway 3rd.

In the IRC 1 class John Vause's Ruby Tuesday added another win to his first day victory over David Lindhal's Phuket based La Samudra who are vying for the overall lead. Last years winner Viroj Nualkhair's Octopussy rebounded into 3rd after a few dismal mid fleet finishes so far.

The Royal Thai Navy revelled in todays brisk conditions with number 2 skippered by NC Rachid Sanpakeaw winning the day over # 1 helmed by Lt Bunpot Jaibunjong who had a bad day yesterday finishing amongst the back markers. Tracy Williams Patrice III stays in the hunt with a 3rd today and the final 2 days of racing will determine the overall winner as the mixed placings has produced a very close pointscore in the IRC 2 class.

Karl-Heinz Gebhardt's Destiny clambered onto the podium to collect 1st place in the IRC 3 class today over Bob Ashman's Simba who has scored 2 race victories to date..Paul Nicholas's Amadeus has also made his first visit to the podium with a 3rd place and are expecting better performances in the remaining races.

The Classic Class yachts all had a good-day with Marc Massari's 42m Sylvia, weighing in at 162 tons put on a increadible 20 person spinnaker retrieval in front of the modern racers just after the start before going on and winning the class. Stephen Pepperell's Long White Cloud ended up 2nd this time after recording 2 earlier wins and Claus Karthe's Greensleaves snuck into 3rd place as the strong breeze suited these heavyweights of the fleet.

The Multihulls took the opportunity to show a clean pair hulls to the much fancied monohulls this time around with Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan arriving first at Ko Racha before Phil Atkinson's Securicor Fine Pitch overtook them and screached back to the Kata Beach finish way in front of the others. Mark Pescott's Latitude 8 Cyrene put in a solid performance to take the handicap honours from Cedar Swan and Bill Eby's Lighten Up entered the frey with a well placed 3rd.

The 3 competitors in the Ocean Rover Class finished in the same places as the 2 previous races with the unusually named Gladys Guttenburg skippered by Ray Bradshaw finishing 1st from John Fenn's The Four Winds and George M Johannes OK-LA.

Complete Kings Cup 2003 results are available from the http://www.kingscup.com web site.

Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003
AsianYachting Race Report 2

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

Is the wind jinx on the KC broken? We hope so!
A steady 12 to 15 knot breeze greeted sailors that lasted through out the afternoon enabling the race committee to complete 2 windward / leeward's for the racing classes and a passage race for the multihulls and cruisers. It is a welcome relief as the regatta has suffered from light breezes for the last 3 years and after 2 days of racing everybody is hoping the good sailing conditions continue for the rest of the week.

Neil Prydes Omega sponsored Hi-Fidelity jumped back into contention in the Racing Class with a 1st in race 2 and a 2nd in race 3 to take the lead on the overall leaderboard after 3 races. Ray Ordoveza's Clariden-Karakoa scored a 1st in the 3rd race which added to his two 4th's which moves them into 2nd overall. Vicente Garcia's new Farr 520 Plis Play added a second in race 2 but dropped down to 4th in race 3 to be tied on points with Karakoa.

Jeremy Muller's Sydney 32 Scallywag added two more bullets onto his first race victory in the Sportsboats to hold a clear lead over Stuart Harrison's Mumm 30 Panic who has scored 3 seconds so far and David Hamilton's sistership Luuk Loma finished up with two thirds today. Scott Duncanson's slippery Phuket 8 Securicor Somtam Express suffered from being overpowered in the stronger breezes to score two 4th places and is presently tied for 3rd place overall with Luuk Loma.

The battle of the giants continued in the premier Cruising Class with the smaller Big Buzzard skippered by George Olivit and Jon Wardill's Australian Maid sharing the honours with one race win each today and Marcel Liedts Hocus Pocus 2 hanging in 3rd place overall with a 2nd and a 4th today.

The IRC 1 class had some mixed results with David Lindhal's Phuket based La Samudra and Rob Williams Di Hard sharing the wins to bump La Samudra to the top of the leaderboard above John Vause's old favourite Ruby Tuesday who placed 2nd and 4th today and is also tied with Di Hard for second spot after 3 races.

After a mix up at the finish line the all girl Dewi Bayu Team on Gotcha Lagi! skippered by Juanita Spencer sprung a surprise on her male counterparts in the IRC 2 class by winning their only race today by a mere 35 seconds from Jock Combie's Fi Tuen. The Royal Thai Navy 2 skippered by NC Rachid Sanpakeaw followed only 31 seconds latter to hold onto 1st overall from Gotcha Lagi! and Tracy Williams Patrice III who was relegated and scored in this class overnight despite competing and winning the IRC 3 class yesterday.

In the IRC 3 class Simba skippered by Bob Ashman was awarded 1st for yesterdays race after Patrice III changed classes and took out the daily double today with a 1st and fastest to lead Graham Lind's Sumatra who has 2 second places. Antonio Escribano's Aproache Sailing took second today but Jim Ellis's 4th place on Remington lifts him to overall 3rd place after 2 races.

The Multihull class saw Phil Atkinson's Securicor Fine Pitch turn the tables today on the Mark Prescott skippered Latitude 8 Cyrene although Mark holds a slim 1 point overall lead over Fine Pitch with Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan taking 3rd to trail the leaders by only 1 point.

In the Classic Class Stephen Pepperell's Herreshoff designed Long White Cloud recorded his 2nd victory over Julian Hill's Sanook and Marc Massari's magnificent 42m Sylvia put on a majestic performance making their way through the smaller yachts to be scored 3rd.

The Ocean Rover Class has only 3 yachts competing where Ray Bradshaw's Gladys Guttenburg finished 1st from John Fenn's The Four Winds and George M Johannes OK-LA.

Complete Kings Cup 2003 results are available from the http://www.kingscup.com web site.

Guy Nowell reports that most of the photos on this web edition will soon available online in full resolution and prints can be ordered directly from his website by going to: http://www.guynowell.com


Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003

AsianYachting Race Report 1

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

Viva Espana
A overnight thunderstorm produced blustery conditions which suited the sailors but unfortunately the gray overcast sky did not suite the large group of assembled media photographers and TV cameramen.

Vicente Garcia's new Spanish Farr 520 team on Plis Play who are still celebrating Valencia being selected as the next America's Cup venue had more to celebrate as they took Line Honours on their first ever outing over Ray Roberts older Farr 52 OD. Peter Ahern's YO! narrowly won the day on handicap by 50 seconds from Neil Pryde's Hi-Fidelity and Plis Play ended up third trailing by a mere 25 seconds. Juan Meseguer from Valencia who sailed on Prada in the last cup is trimming the main here, expressed the teams joy with the boats overall performance and praised DK Yachts for having prepared the boat in time.

In the Sportsboat class Jeremy Muller's Sydney 32 Scallywag had a clear win over Stuart Harrison's Mumm 30 Panic and Scott Duncanson's slippery Phuket 8 Securicor Somtam Express who led throughout the race and finished over 10 minutes in front but incurs several design penalties in the handicap system.

George Olivet's Big Buzzard ended up in a familiar top place on the podium in the clash of the big boats in Premier Cruising class from Jon Wardill's well traveled Australian Maid. Marcel Liedts Hocus Pocus 2 finished up in 3rd after taking a handy lead on the passage across to Ko Hi and Ko Aeo.

In the IRC 1 class John Vause's old favourite Ruby Tuesday came out on top by 49 seconds from David Lindhal's Phuket based Swan 45 La Samudra and Rob Williams well known racer Di Hard that formerly represented New Guinea.

The Royal Thai Navy also have something to celebrate after finishing 1st and 2nd in the IRC 2 class and continued on their winning ways from last year. The all girls Dewi Bayu Team from Malaysia on Gotcha Lagi! managed to fill 3rd spot after a close tussle with the Thai navy boys.

Patrice III, Tracy Williams well known yacht from the past has risen to fore again today by winning IRC 3 class from last years winner Simba skippered by Bob Ashman. Graham Lind's Sumatra which has won here before ended up 3rd of the 15 competing yachts and the biggest class racing here this year.

Aussie multihull designer Mark Prescott on the locally built Cyrene managed to pip Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan in the Multihull class. Phil Atkinson's Securicor Fine Pitch that has won here 3 times before finished up 3rd with less than a minute separating the first 3 yachts after handicaps have been applied.

There was even enough wind for the majestic yachts in the Classic Class to perform in style with Stephen Pepperell's beautiful Herreshoff designed Long White Cloud taking the honours from Julian Hill's Sanook who narrowly missed out last year and Marc Massari's magnificent 42m Sylvia managing to complete the course in 3rd place.

Only 3 yachts are competing in the Ocean Rover Class where Ray Bradshaw's Gladys Guttenburg finished 1st from John Fenn's The Four Winds and George M Johannes OK-LA.

Well what a wonderful start to this years Kings Cup. Plenty of wind for all to be able to complete the course in record time and back at the Kata Beach Resort bar a little after mid-day. Tomorrow sees the start of the first 2 rounds of windward / leeward's for the racing classes and short passage races for the remaining IRC and cruising classes. If the fresh conditions continue there should be some very close racing and establish the order at the top of the leaderboard.
Ends

Complete Kings Cup 2003 results are available from the http://www.kingscup.com web site.

Guy Nowell reports that most of the photos on this web edition will soon available online in full resolution and prints can be ordered directly from his website by going to: http://www.guynowell.com


Phuket Kings Cup Regatta 2003

AsianYachting Pre - Regatta Report

by CaptMarty@AsianYachting.com

While the Thai's are busily preparing for a massive influx of tourists this season over 70 yachts have descended onto the beautifully renovated Kata Beach Resort for the 17th running of the Phuket Kings Cup Regatta. Gulu Lalvani's Royal Phuket Marina Resort and Spa project are back on board for the 2nd year as principal sponsors after reassessing plans when Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak announced that the Thai government is going to scrap import duty on foreign boats. Chris King one of the regatta's Co-founders in 1987 and regular participant has returned as president of this years organising committee pointed out, "It is great to see the Royal Phuket Marina involved again, as a Phuket-based marine company supporting Asia's premier yachting event makes an ideal marriage when promoting and developing the Phuket marine tourism infrastructure.

This years King's Cup is the 4th ***** five star, grand prix racing event on the 2003/04 AsianYachting Calendar and the 2nd event on the annual Sir Thomas Lipton Perpetual Cup Series and the Omega Asian Yachting Circuit All these events combine the results from a selection of the region's finest keelboat regattas into individual unified entities with different pointscoring systems and trophy presentations.

All eyes will be on the Racing Classes who are joined by a new Farr 520 Plis Play from DK Yachts with a teak deck and full interior, Ray Ordoveza's previous winner Karakoa from the Philippines possibly skippered by Steve Benjamin from North Sails, 2 very slippery Phuket 8 sportsboats and another Mumm 30 Luk Loma from Singapore under David Hamilton's helm. Last years winner Peter Ahern's YO! is back to defend the hard fought title and Ray Roberts Farr 52OD Hollywood Boulevard is in the hunt after a convincing win 2 weeks ago at the Raja Muda Regatta in Malaysia.

The Premier Cruising class is shaping up to be a battle of the giants with Richard Kahm's 28 meter Diablesse taking on a variety of 50 to 60 footers including Dennis Bonutto's X-612 Hocux Pocux 2, George Olivet's Big Buzzard having won the racing class in previous years and John Wardill's Australian Maid who narrowly missed out on last years title after a countback.

The remaining yachts which make up the bulk of the fleet are mainly cruiser/racing yachts or outright cruisers have been placed into 3 separate IRC Classes that are classified by their handicap ratings. The usual lot of Phuket based yachts that have individually won on different occasions all stand a chance again here given suitable conditions. The Royal Thai Navy are back in force with 2 competing yachts to defend the title they so narrowly won last year from Gotcha Lagi! that this year will be raced by the all girl Dewi Bayu Team from Malaysia that pulled a few surprises in the racing class at the recent Raja Muda Regatta.

The Classic Class has been strengthened by the return of Jens Ehrhardt's magnificent 42m Sylvia, Stephen Pepperell's beautiful Herreshoff designed Long White Cloud and 3 time winner Christopher Edwards has donated a new perennial Xyphias Trophy for the Classics named after the vessel with which Mr Edwards has had so much success in past Kings Cups.

Ten large Multihulls have entered this highly contested class that is usually overlooked in favour of the racing monohull counterparts. Thailand's Radab Kanjanavit's Cedar Swan starts each year as one of the favorites but will be hard pressed by many of the locally built catamarans and Tony Lough's Securicor Fine Pitch that has won here 3 times before.

So as the stage is all set plus the Simon James led race committee are ready to tackle any issues and designed courses to suit all craft, all that is needed is the light North Easterly trade winds to co-operate and we will witness a wonderful week of exciting yacht racing in the Andaman Sea this year entirely conducted from the Kata Beach Resort in Phuket.

To view past AsianYachting King's Cup Race Reports and Summaries click on 2000 2001 or 2002

Ray Roberts recent RMIR victory has lifted Hollywood Boulevard to currently share first place with Peter Ahern's YO! in the 2003/04 AY Skipper and Yacht Rankings after the 3rd ***** five star, grand prix yacht racing event held this Season. Check out how the championship is shaping up at: http://asianyachting.com/news/Rankings0304.htm

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