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Post Options Post Options   Quote mozzy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jun 18 at 10:12am
Very short video with comparison of two 'hooking on' styles. Plus some close up of sheet work around the trap handle on entry. 

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Quick question, what are you using for editing software?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mozzy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jun 18 at 9:03pm
Davinci Resolve. 

It's way too powerful for what I'm doing really, but I fancied learning to use some software, and it's free!

Shotcut I played around with and does most of what I'd need. 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Hengest Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Jun 18 at 12:07pm
Thanks, I'm looking to edit some of my RS600 videos,

Hopefully I'll be able to find a tack that starts ok, and one that ends ok. Glue them together for a complete tack :-)
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POV video from last night. After a relatively windless May, the last couple of weeks in June have really delivered. 


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Raw footage of some breeze back in June, warts and all. Not enough angles to make into a decent video, but the rack mounting is kinda interesting view. 


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Post Options Post Options   Quote mozzy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Aug 18 at 8:57pm
Volunteered myself to do a few videos showing how we got our ten year old RS800 in to championship shape. 

Here's the first: 

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Great stuff. Thinking of picking one up at some stage to complement the Musto. Looking forward to the next video.
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Sorting out the off boom sheeting with elastic take up, variable system length and single splice adjustable strops. 

The RS800 off boom sheeting came in in 2017. It really makes the boat for us, however, there are some things you need to get right for the system to work well. 

1) It must be 3:1, which requires quite a long sheet. This can get washed out of the boat, which at beast is irritating, but as worst cause capsizes when you can't ease the sheet. An effective elastic take up solves this issue.
2) Split strops aren't allowed. So the sheet must terminate on the block at the bridle.  This means strop height is critical to getting the boom centred and the leech tight. We have a single adjustable splice which alters both sides together, making quick changes possible and always keeps the bridle centred. 
3) Tie the jib sheet to the main sheet with a clove hitch around a bite in the mainsheet. This is secure knot, but can be slipped along the mainsheet easily. Moving the knot toward the end of the mainsheet lengthens the system. 


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Post Options Post Options   Quote mozzy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Sep 18 at 2:41pm
We got out yesterday despite the weather warnings. Forecast was coming down all the time in the second half of last week, so it looked do-able, but could get challenging if we got caught in the back end of the rain.  

We got an extra coffee at the club, as the wind had increased sharply from 15 to 20+ knots and we wondered if it would continue building on that trend. But after 30 minutes of discussing which WindGuru model was correct it seemed to have stabilised around 20 knots. Plus the rain had stopped so we rigged to go out. Club racing was still on although only a couple of solos chose to go out. We didn't race, but just went for a sail up and down enjoying the near full tide in the harbour. 

The trickiest bit was just next to the club, with a strong incoming tide meeting the fresh northerly it kicked up quite a chop. But we sailed through that and did a few windward-leeward laps over Pilsey Sands to the south of Thorney island in mostly flat water. 

The boat handling was fairly ropy as I was trying a new gybing technique, plus we'd moved where my trapeze lines are routed to... probably not ideal to be changing things up in this weather, but it was our last sail before the inlands and I was keen to test it all out.   

Anyway, we got out and back with no capsizes or breakages, and a relatively controlled return to the leeward shore by dropping our main. Just as we were de-rigging it got really fresh and they 40 knots on the race box! Glad we missed that.

Short but sweet clip, enjoy! 

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