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Old 06-22-2008, 06:48 AM   #1
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Sail Indonesia 2008 Western Passage Rally

the "Western Passage Rally" visits the cultural and geographical differences of the islands of Timor, Alor, Flores, Sulawesi, Bali, Java and Borneo. Then on to Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand and onwards to wherever.

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The entry list tell us a lot about boats cruising the oceans in July 2008.


Although the yachts are representing a group entering a Rally , They have come from far off places and will continue their cruises after the rally ends officially in Singapore ( or thereabouts) The models and lengths also give us a good idea of what 2008 regards as suitable sailboats to fulfil dreams. (Only one boat is not a sailboat - however, the Diesel Duck is a good boat to go cruising



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Monohulls and Catamarans from across the world's oceans, represented by these nations :-

Australia 47

Austria 1

Canada 8

France 5

Germany 3

Japan 1

Netherlands 1

New Zealand 9

Norway 4

South Africa 2

Sweden 2

Switzerland 1

Turkey 1

United Kingdom 14

USA 19

Sail Indonesia starts at 11 am from

DARWIN HARBOUR July 26 2008 :-

KUPANG August 1 - 5

ALOR August 6 - 9

LEMBATA August 12 - 15

MAUMERE August 19 - 22

ENDE August 24 - 28

RIUNG August 30 - September 2

LABUAN BAJO September 6 - 10

MATARAM September 16 - 19

MAKASSAR September 21 - 25

BALI September 23 - 30

The anchorage will be at Lovina Beach on the north coast of the island west of the old historic port of Singaraja

KARIMUN JAVA and CENTRAL JAVA October 5 - 12

KALIMANTAN October 5 -10

Kumai River

BELITUNG October 10 - 15

BATAM October 20 - 31

If heading to Singapore options are to check out of Indonesia at Bali, Nongsa Point Marina in Batam or Kumai.

Monohulls by Manufacturer/Design

Average Size LOA :- 43ft 6in

Adams 40'

Adams 45 45'

Amel Mango 52'

Amel Sharki 40'

Atkinson 15M 49'

Bavaria 38 40'

Beneteau 38'

Beneteau First 456 46'

Beneteau Oceanis 38'

Bollard 49'

Breeon 36'

Brewer 37'

Brin Wilson 36'

Bruce Roberts 48'

Bruce Roberts 36'

Cal 2-29 29'

Catalina 42 37'

Cavalier 32 32'

Cavalier 395 40'

Contest 38 38'

Contest 44 44'

Corbin 36'

Corsair 3600 36'

CT 49 49'

Dehler 41 40'

Dehler 41DS 41'

Diesel Duck 462 48'

Dix 38 38'

Easton 43 43'

Easy 36'

Endurance 35 37'

Ganley Pacemaker 40'

Ganley Tara 39 40'

Gib Sea 40'

Gulfstar 43'

Hallberg Rassy 40'

Hallberg Rassy 42'

Hallberg Rassy 49'

Hallberg Rassy 35 35'

Hans Christian 51'

Island Packet 42'

Jeanneau 40'

Jeanneau 37'

Jeanneau 43DS 43'

Jim Young 42'

John Pugh 50'

Kelly Peterson 44 44'

Ketch 53'

Laurent Giles 48'

Marie Tanton 26'

Montevideo 43 43'

Moody 42'

Mummery Millenium 54'

Nauticat 331 34'

Norlin 34 34'

Northshore 370 37'

Northwind 36 36'

Oceanic 46 46'

Ovni / Alubat 42'

Pacific 38'

Pacific Seacraft 40'

Panda 40 40'

Pearson 36'

Pugh Northern Star 42'

Rob Humphries 55'

Roberts 38'

Roberts 55'

Roberts 345 34'

Roberts Mauritius 45'

Roberts Offshore 38'

Roberts Spray 36'

Ron Holland 52'

Runn 37 37'

RW 41 43'

Salthouse 49'

Slocum 43'

South Coast 36 36'

Spray Carvel 43'

Sprited 380 38'

Stroud 44 44'

Sundeer 60'

Sundeer 60 60'

Swanson 45'

Swanson 40'

Tayana 60'

Tayana 47/48 48'

Tayana CT37 40'

Tayana V 42 42'

Ted Brewer 44'

Trintella 38 38'

Van De Stadt 40'

VanDe Stadt Seal 40'

Warrior 40 40'

William Garden 40'

CATAMARANS by Manufacturer/Design

Average Size LOA :- 44ft 10in

Catamaran 50'

Chamberlain 38'

Cherokee Catamaran 40'

Crowther 56'

Crowther 85 45'

Crowther Catamaran 48'

Crowther Windspeed 40'

Fountaine Pajot 56'

Grainger 43'

Grainger 420 42'

Grainger MC420 42'

Granger 42'

Kennex 42'

Lagoon 47'

Lagoon 410 40'

Leopard 42 41'

Lightwave 38 38'

Privelege 47 Cat 37'

Schionning 40'

Schionning 44'

Seawind 1160 38'

St Francis 44 44'

Suncat 40 40'

Wharam Tiki 38 38'

DIVERSITY

A scan of the above 2 fleets shows an amazing diversity in the both the builders

and their models. Only the Beneteau 38 in the monos and the Granger 42 in the catamarans do we find boats of the same model - (They are probably of different years !!!!!!) It does illustrate the fact that sailors and cruisers are of independent minds.

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Old 06-23-2008, 05:43 AM   #2
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Certainly an impressive number and variety of boats and nationalities. I've been curious as to when particpants return to Australia. While the majority of this year's rally will undoutedly be going on further, I would have expected some of the Australian boats to want to return some time after the rally. My curisosity stems from the need to plan such a trip myself from my base in KL back to Sydney in a couple of years time. One option I had in mind would be to accompany one or more boats sailing back to Oz at least part of the way. The list of ports for the rally also gives me some good possibilities for my own return journey in the reverse direction as I would like to take the opportunity to explore some of Indonesia on the way.

Any suggestions from previous rally participants would be most helpful.
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Hello Windquest,

You will have noticed that the Rally per se completes its journey in Batam - Indonesia at the end of October. Participants are then free to cruise further afield and as this timing coincides with the start of the North East Monsoon, many will cruise up the Malacca Strait visiting the west coast of Malaysia and continue to Thailand's cruising waters. Others will may tack their way up the N.W coast of Borneo (wind on the nose). Those Australians who are not continuing cruising in S.E. Asian waters will be heading back to Australia during November and early December (arriving in time for Christmas)

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THE RALLY

Skipper/Owner~~~~~~~Boat Name

Aki Hayashi ~~~~~~~ Liberty

Alain Nabonne ~~~~~~~ Kowekara

Alan Tatton ~~~~~~~ Investigator II

Bill Crew ~~~~~~~ Pelican Express III

Bill Dow ~~~~~~~ Viajero

Bob Borer ~~~~~~~ Janner II

Brian Hamilton ~~~~~~~ Cherokee III

Brian Maxlow ~~~~~~~ Destiny III

Brian Orr ~~~~~~~ Galiano

Brian Wilson ~~~~~~~ Hybreasail

Charles Weston ~~~~~~~ Forza

Charlie Preen ~~~~~~~ Seventh Heaven

Chris White ~~~~~~~ Charmar

Christopher Besse ~~~~~~~ Kassoumay

Christopher Reilly ~~~~~~~ Gitano

Christopher Townsend ~~~~~~~ Harbour Lights

Craig Firth ~~~~~~~ Crasara Cruzin

Craig Sharp ~~~~~~~ Solan

Danika Haueisen ~~~~~~~ Mata'irea

Darrel Smith ~~~~~~~ CanKata

Dave Bowden ~~~~~~~ This Way Up

Dave Howell ~~~~~~~ Freebird

David Booker ~~~~~~~ Pied A Mer

David Haigh ~~~~~~~ Sahula

David Snell ~~~~~~~ Ten

David Warshawsky ~~~~~~~ Jipcho

Dennis Johnson ~~~~~~~ Island Nomad

Douglas Meier ~~~~~~~ Tonic

Dr Thomas Frank ~~~~~~~ Nada Brahma

Eddie Cusiel ~~~~~~~ Te Wai Pounamu

Edi Keck ~~~~~~~ Single Malt

Eric Lichty ~~~~~~~ Scorpido

Ernest Reading ~~~~~~~ Rebecca Jane II

Frank Froehlich ~~~~~~~ Kuck Si Du

Garth Ganley ~~~~~~~ Catala

Gary Keith ~~~~~~~ Island Time II

Geir Fjelnset ~~~~~~~ Adriana

Geoffrey Williams ~~~~~~~ Saraoni

Gerard Beauregard ~~~~~~~ Scot Free II

Gerard Delorme ~~~~~~~ Niquenromel

Graeme Kelly ~~~~~~~ Lipa Lipa

Grant Rowe ~~~~~~~ Now A Days

Greg Huxtable ~~~~~~~ Keshi

Gunnar Saxe ~~~~~~~ Helen Kate

Gus Lockhart ~~~~~~~ Pampero

Guy Laisne ~~~~~~~ Le Marlin Bleu

Hans Rijsdijk ~~~~~~~ Pelikaan

Henry Capleton ~~~~~~~ Endelig

Howard Wang ~~~~~~~ Laelia

Ian Chomley ~~~~~~~ Raku

Ingolf Pfannenschmidt ~~~~~~~ Albireo

James Maher III ~~~~~~~ Blue Moon

Jan Gridsvaag ~~~~~~~ Celin

Jasper Nieuwkoop ~~~~~~~ Antares

Jay Stroud ~~~~~~~ Makani Kai

Jean-Jacques Nicole ~~~~~~~ Calypso Magic

Jean-Pierre Peloquin ~~~~~~~ Safina

Jerry Pope ~~~~~~~ Oema

Jim Gardner ~~~~~~~ Flight

Jim Horner ~~~~~~~ Lady Jane

Jim Soanes ~~~~~~~ Odyssey 9

Jo Capel ~~~~~~~ Just Jane

John Cammas ~~~~~~~ Launans

John Rees ~~~~~~~ Ulah

Jon Hope ~~~~~~~ Minx

Jørn Nygaard ~~~~~~~ Silene

Julian Knapton ~~~~~~~ Companion

Kay Wulff ~~~~~~~ Nabob

Ken Bradley ~~~~~~~ Ken B

Ken Jenkins ~~~~~~~ Panache

Ken Powell ~~~~~~~ Renaissance 2000

Les Burns ~~~~~~~ La Passarola

Marinus De Muijnk ~~~~~~~ La Mar

Mark Handley ~~~~~~~ Windbird

Maurice Foret ~~~~~~~ Blue Note

Mike Seidel ~~~~~~~ Jemimah

Mike Yaw ~~~~~~~ Good News

Neal Groff ~~~~~~~ Full Moon

Neil Perkins ~~~~~~~ Purnama

Nicholas Devonport ~~~~~~~ Devon Gypsy

Norbert Seywald ~~~~~~~ Sunny Side

Ozkan Gulkaynak ~~~~~~~ Kayitsiz III

Paddy Mitchell ~~~~~~~ Kristiane

Patrick O'Neill ~~~~~~~ Aqua Magic

Paul Barrow ~~~~~~~ DreamWeaver

Percival Putt ~~~~~~~ Larissa

Peter Brandley ~~~~~~~ Musketelle

Peter Chataway ~~~~~~~ The Southern Cross

Peter Homolya ~~~~~~~ Tiaki

Peter Le Grice ~~~~~~~ Bonnie

Peter Lutze ~~~~~~~ Lovina

Peter Plumridge ~~~~~~~ Sandpiper

Piet Elshove ~~~~~~~ Double Dutch

Pieter Maarleveld ~~~~~~~ Dutch Touch

Ralph Hammill ~~~~~~~ El Misti

Randal Johnson ~~~~~~~ Dora Mac

Richard Kidd ~~~~~~~ Sea Bunny

Richard Pepperell ~~~~~~~ Lady in White

Richard Shaw ~~~~~~~ Aquarius 1

Robb Corry ~~~~~~~ Moon Mist

Robert Springate ~~~~~~~ Riff Raff

Ronald Bell ~~~~~~~ The Lady C

Rune Forde ~~~~~~~ Blue Marlin

Scott Hufford ~~~~~~~ Pure Chance

Stephen Lefneski ~~~~~~~ Toboggan

Steve Corenlison ~~~~~~~ Oz

Steven Edwards ~~~~~~~ Solar Driftwood II

Stuart Simpson ~~~~~~~ Truest Passion

Terry Haines ~~~~~~~ She's Great

Terry Kreitzberg ~~~~~~~ Sora

Tim Clewitt ~~~~~~~ Satori Two

Tim Moncrieff ~~~~~~~ Rubicon Star

Timothy Stonich ~~~~~~~ Rendevous Cay

Tom Carbaugh ~~~~~~~ Glass Slipper

Tom Sampson ~~~~~~~ Katanne

Warwick Wood ~~~~~~~ Nimbus II

Wayne Beetson ~~~~~~~ Tribute

Zbigniew Wasilewicz ~~~~~~~ Shirena

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