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Fleet Tracking


Each boat is supplied with a beacon from Yellowbrick, a self contained unit that transmits the position of the boat at regular intervals using GPS and Iridium (a global satellite phone network).

Synchronised position reports are availabe to the public by using the Race Player Application.

Sometimes, due to various technical reasons or due to local conditions, a boats tracker cannot report. The boat will remain in the rankings list with its position calculated from the last report received.

Boats competing in the RORC Caribbean 600 Race are equipped with various types of communications equipment which can be used to request assistance.

Most boats also have an EPIRB (Electronic Position Indicating Radio Beacon) which reports the boats identity and location to the Search and Rescue Authorities if activated in case of emergency.

The rankings are available within the player application on the "Leaderboard". A separate, "lightweight" HTML Version is available here.Click here to open the Leaderboard.

For slow or mobile connections, there are a range of lightweight options available here: http://yb.tl/links/C6002013

A Google Earth file will be available on http://yb.tl/C6002013.kml

The rankings are available within the player application on the "Leaderboard". A seperate HTML Version is available here.Click here to open the Rankings Page.

A Google Earth file will be available on http://yb.tl/caribbean600-2012.kml

You can access tracker data in alternative formats, including an HTML or text-only leaderboard, Expedition and MaxSea formats, from the list of links below:http://yb.tl/links/c600-2012

The rankings are available within the player application on the "Leaderboard". A seperate HTML Version is available here.Click here to open the Rankings Page.

A light-weight ranking file in PosMaxSea format for competitors will be available on http://live.adventuretracking.com/caribbean600-2011-maxsea.txt

The same data is also available in Expedition Format:http://live.adventuretracking.com/caribbean600-2011-expedition.txt

The PosMaxSea file uses Tracking-IDs to display positions. To find out which boat is mapped to which ID, you can download the file here: http://live.adventuretracking.com/caribbean600-2011-boatids.txt

A page with updated rankings is available. Click here to open the Rankings Page.

In addition, a light-weight web site (no graphics, limited functionality) will be available onhttp://caribbean600.rorc.org/2010-fleet-tracking-light-ranking.html

You can find a Google Earth file, containing all positions and tracks of all boats, by downloading it from here: http://admin.octracker.net/caribbean600.kml

A light-weight ranking file in PosMaxSea format for competitors will be available on http://caribbean600.rorc.org/downloads/tracking-position-reports/caribbean600posmaxsea.txt

The file containing the association of tracker IDs to boat names will be available soon.

The PosMaxSea file uses Tracking-IDs to display positions. To find out which boat is mapped to which ID, you can download the file here: http://caribbean600.rorc.org/downloads/tracking-position-reports/association.