Post by iconPost by Pedrouche | 2020-11-10 | 21:52:57

Here is an article published this morning on VR: https: // -on-virtual-regatta-4c0c117c-22a1-11eb-b29d-eff31953f1f4

It says this:
"" Virtual Regatta always makes its weather updates, every six hours, at the same times: 6.30am, 12.30pm, 6.30pm and 12.30am (French time). For modifications and trajectory programming, they must therefore be done immediately after these updates "."

Can you confirm this?

I see on the forum on the following topic:

"in UE check Zezo shortly after 10:30, 16:30, 22:30, and 04:30 for new routing based on the new weather data"

Suddenly, I am a little lost on the hour of the effective changes on Zezo and VR to put my way.

Thanks for the answer ^^

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Post by iconPost by zezo | 2020-11-10 | 22:10:41
10:30, 16:30, 22:30, and 04:30 are in UTC, which is the same as 6.30am, ... in CET

Post by iconPost by Pedrouche | 2020-11-11 | 01:00:03
CET = UTC+1 ?
=> 12h30 CET = 11h30 UTC ?
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2020-11-11 | 04:09:29
Yes, in the summer ;-)

Seriously, that's when the update begins and you may start seeing new data, but you don't yet have data for complete routing.

So the statement is correct, in a sense - you start checking your boat at those times. But you may have to check again in an hour or two.

Post by iconPost by Pedrouche | 2020-11-11 | 07:11:36
thank a lot for tour job ;-)
Post by iconPost by Citizen Kane | 2020-11-22 | 05:25:16
So, if I resume :

New forecasts begin : (next 6h)
5:30, 11:30, 17:30, 23:30 CET (winter time)

New forecasts end : (next 16d)
7:00, 13:00, 19:00, 01:00 CET (winter time)

After that (until next new forecasts) forecasts are unchanged.

In between, VR smooths between new and old forecasts.

Tell me if I misunderstood
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