New-York / San Francisco
Post by iconPost by Thierry-R | 2021-07-01 | 06:47:53

Do you know if there is a routing for New-York / San Francisco?

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Post by iconPost by Phoenix | 2021-07-01 | 07:49:39
Actually not, sure comes later :)
Post by iconPost by DancingBrave | 2021-07-24 | 19:54:26
Has anyone rounded the Horn in last 48 hours in better position than 427?

I'm not sailing full pack, crossed equator in 3,800-ish position, didn't think I had an especially good run to the Horn so was surprised to round as high as p.427.
Even more surprised that no-one after me has done it quicker.

Just wondering if VR's gate timings are accurately updated.
I note the last big dot on my VR track is pre-Horn day 14, E of Falklands.
Post by iconPost by BooBill | 2021-07-25 | 22:43:09
As far as I can tell, the rankings at the Horn are accurate. What's not accurate are the rankings to the equator. Every year there are a bunch of people who race to the equator, then spend 3 days tacking along the South American coast to Pt Pedras. They have good equator times, but they are never really in it.

I was 3,500th at the equator and 13th at the Horn. It's the same every year. You really don't know where you stand until the Horn.
Post by iconPost by YourMomSA | 2021-07-31 | 17:26:32
When does this event close? I think it originally said Sept 1, and then maybe for a while, it said Sept 14... But now it says Sept 1 again... Toxxct's polars still say Sept 14.
Post by iconPost by toxcct | 2021-08-01 | 20:46:43
Grrr, they reverted back to Sept 1st again ?!

I'll fix that tomorrow.
Post by iconPost by Paspox | 2021-07-31 | 18:07:27
A few days ago, it was announced that the close date would be Sept 14 but it was a mistake. VR corrected it and it is back to Sept 1.
Post by iconPost by toxcct | 2021-08-01 | 20:48:26
it was announced sept. 1st when VR opened the race, then they moved to 15th, and now back to 1st.

VR in its usual consistency -_-

Post by iconPost by Amalia | 2024-06-13 | 13:24:27
Yes, there are multiple routing options for traveling between New York and San Francisco. You can choose to fly, which is the fastest option with numerous daily flights available. Alternatively, you can drive across the country via routes like I-80 W or take a long-distance train operated by Amtrak. For more information on comparing these two cities, you can visit this link. Each mode of transport offers different experiences and durations.
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