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Carnac Feedback

Postby Tom Gruitt » Fri Sep 11, 2009 11:53 am

Hi Guys,

I just had this emailed through to me by Celia, it's a feedback form with regard to our stay and on the YC. It might be useful to give them some feedback to make the worlds even better than the Euros! The link is here http://www.mon-enquete-enligne.fr/index.php?sid=99546&lang=fr but doesn't seem to work for me?

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Postby Alan Davis » Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:30 pm

Doesn't work for me either - apparently I haven't answered all the obligatory questions...
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Postby Alan Davis » Fri Sep 11, 2009 2:46 pm

Celia has fixed the problem - please make sure you give feedback so any issues (not sure there were any??) can be improved before the Worlds

http://www.mon-enquete-enligne.fr/index.php?sid=99546&lang=fr

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Postby mwattsB14 » Fri Sep 11, 2009 5:02 pm

Might be good if there are any general comments to also post them up here.

We are already working with Carnac whilst the regatta is fresh to address on the water related stuff (no rest when Barnsie is involved.. Thanks Barnsie :))

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Postby Alan Davis » Fri Sep 11, 2009 6:00 pm

+
Race organisation
On-shore organisation (registration etc.)
Facilities
Weather
Race area
Launching/landing (normally..!)
Free beer - courtesy of the French fleet
Free champers - courtesy of the club
10% discount in Transat restaurant
Ch'ti bar and that other one I can't remember (were all the signs blurred or was that me?!)

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Dog-leg finish (due to shared course at Euros)
Food not best (OK, but BBQ not "Aussie Standard"!)
Remember shockcord for changing room door :)

- - - - - (very very bad..)
Cherry Wine (or was it strawberry?) and Sangria... either/both/whatever
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Postby risky-sailing » Fri Sep 11, 2009 9:28 pm

Couple of things to add that we would like to see next year.

Designated B14 rigging area.

Better food options at the club (inc BBQ)

Other than those everything was top notch
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Postby barnsie » Sat Sep 12, 2009 10:13 am

Working on the NOR and SIs whilst all fresh in ones mind and then we'll hopefully agree on it and hand over to the club for next year and put to bed.

On shore agree on the rigging (due to cat trolley issue raming 709) area so would be half the area, and also mentined to Celia about the BBQ and evening function's food.

Next year should be a corker :lol:

Emailed my response as the thread kept on malfunctioning :wink:
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Postby leaky » Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:09 pm

I just wanted to say in a very, very quiet voice...."I'VE DONE MY FEEDBACK!!!"
(Straight to the very lovely Cicelia....so I've really blown my chances now. Now is your chance lads.


Er, and also very quietly..... If they do another dog leg for the end of a race at the Worlds, we won't be coming...... How's that for the new, decisive and very slightly nasty Leaky comment? Hmmm, well there. I'm just trying to get into character for next weekend at Thorpe Bay where, last year, you lot humiliated us into LAST place.....Can you see the scar? Geri can....



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Postby Nick Craig » Sun Sep 13, 2009 9:29 pm

I agree with all Alan said.
The race officer was excellent, he clearly knew when the sea breeze was coming and how it was shifting
BBQ & the dinner weren't very good & expensive at 16Euros for the dinner

Overall great event!
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