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Share your polars for iRegatta.
Mail them to info(at)letscreate.dk, and we will make them available for other iRegatta users to download.
|Adventure 30||Polar file|
|Albin Express||Polar file|
|Beneteau 10r||Polar file|
|Bavaria 42 Match||Polar file|
|Dufour 34||Polar file|
|Dufour 385||Polar file|
|Elan 333||Polar file|
|Elan 450||Polar file|
|Farr 30||Polar file|
|Farr 40||Polar file|
|First 35||Polar file|
|First 407||Polar file|
|First 44.7||Polar file|
|Hanse 400||Polar file|
|IMX 38||Polar file|
|Jeanneau One Design 35||Polar file|
|Linjett 35||Polar file|
|Peterson 25||Polar file|
|Pogo 10.50||Polar file|
|Sun odyssey 33 i||Polar file|
The polar files are .csv files, that can be opened in your spreadsheet program. It has two rows with headers and after that a 20 by 360 table with speed for every wind angle in 20 wind speeds - that’s a lot of numbers.
The easiest way to make a polar file your self, is to reset the polars in iRegatta, export it and load it onto your computer (or download the EmptyPolar.csv file below).
Depending on your local language settings on your computer, you might have problems opening the file in your spread sheet program. The file iRegatta needs, have comma (,) separated values with a dot (.) as decimal delimiter. In Europe you might have to open the file in a text editor and replace comma (,) with semi-colon (;) and dot (.) with comma (,) in order to open the file in excel, numbers or other spread sheet programs.
After modifying the file, don't forget to change it back before importing into iRegatta.
Type in the values you know in the right wind speed/angle fields, and save it as a new .csv file. This should ensure you have the right format and the right number of rows and columns.
On iOS “Add” the file in iTunes and it should show up in the file list in iRegatta next time you enter the import/export view.
On Android just place the file in the iRegatta folder on the SD-card.
Tap the file in the list and tap the polar import button.
Use the “Trim” button to mirror and interpolate missing values off your polar.