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Professional Satellite Oceanographer Jenifer Clark and professional Meteorologist Dane Clark, both with over 38 years supporting the marine community, invite mariners to take advantage of their real-time ocean charts and weather forecasts for sailboat racing, boat deliveries, ocean cruising, and offshore fishing. Using infrared imagery, satellite altimetry data, and surface isotherm data, oceanographic analyses are produced and available for the Gulf Stream area and all the major currents of the world. Waypoints are also provided for taking advantage of favorable currents and for avoiding unfavorable ones.

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Hi Jenifer, You may have noticed we did really well on the Bermuda 1-2 leg 2 on Cordelia!

We went pretty far west, similar to the route you recommended. I wanted to steer well clear of that cold eddy sitting on the rhumb line at 36N. This seemed to have the added benefit that we seem to have caught some favorable current earlier from that warm eddy around 34N. We jumped out to a pretty good lead over the other boats in our class pretty early, and I think they all got hammered by that cold eddy.

I also think we hit the Gulf Stream at a pretty good spot, with good winds that we could muscle through and not get set too far east.

We ended up a bit east of the RL and there was a period of about 10 hours of little to no wind that last 24 hours, but everybody got hit by that.

We ended up 1st in class DH, 1st in class combined, and 2nd in fleet combined PHRF.

Thanks for the good info!

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