||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Choc dipped Bogan|
|Captain bogan |
|Choc dipped Bogan (13203km): |
Taste of summer today beautiful weather wind wasn't that good very gusty struggled on my small gear but did manage to hook onto some nice gusts,had the Blade tuned to a tee and it pulled like a train in the gusts,lots of guys out today so expect more postings.
Manta 59 30cm ex vector proto Blade 6.2 Clayton
|Joe (4957km): |
FALCON 104, SELECT 35, KONCEPT 5.8
10-15 N/NW. WITH 5-8 HOLES .SHOULD HAVE RIGGED 6.6. TO FAR TO WALK BACK AND CHANGE UP.(LAZY)
SAIL REPAIRS HELD UP.
NICE SUNNY DAY AND GREAT TO BE OUT
|Hamma (11132km): |
Tabou Manta 59 ,30 cm tectonic,RS 6.2 evo 11
Should have rigged 7.0 and bigger fin ,really struggled today in the light winds.Sam,Chris and Tim were flying on the big gear.
Maybe a better day tomorrow.
|Dave M (3969km): |
Starboard Carve 99, KA Koncept 5.8, Select 31, Wind, couple of gusts to 20 Knots. but most of the time.. 0-15 !!
Arrived to see sunshine and wind, it was a top day in the winter sun, but the wind died shortly after going out, should have changed gear but too lazy, it keep kicking just enough to keep me interested but not enough to sail much, three hours for 12k
the early birds did better, fun day hanging out with the crew, and one Legend kicked open a esky full of beer and shared it around while we packed up.. thanks!
|Captain bogan (38173km): |
Maybe the last sail at Clayton channel. 1 last ditch to try and ride the isonic 50 speed board at clayton and do a nautical mile - but it didn't happen like planned. Early start after big night out and no wind on arrival. It gave me time to take 2 boards and sail the 500m hike to the water's edge - i wont be missing this walk!!!! I decided to rig the 5.8 so i could put it on the speed board and i was also hanging to try the 24cm c3 venom when it picked up - yeah right - should have rigged 6.6. The wind was mainly 10 - 15 knots with the odd 18 knot gust - along with alot of 5 knot lulls. Not the greatest day out and certainly not the way we all want to remember the clayton channel. At least we did get a ride. It was great to catch up with the crew and have a laugh over some beers and Tim has got some photo's and video.
One of the hightlights of the day was when Sam and me hoped on our boards and soon realised we hadn't put our harnesses on. That would be okay but our car's were parked 1 km walk away - DOH!
Fanatic 89 / 2009 5.8m koncept / 32cm, c3 venom.
|Norman Clarke (4257km): |
My data from today’s sail at Goolwa Clayton
ISonic 94, Gaastra 6.0 Select 31
Good session even though arrived as the wind was dropping and just got as few nice gusts.
Max speed on GPS =33.7 knots
|Chris Dimond (9461km): |
2009 iS101 / 2009 KA Koncept 6.6 / 2009 C3 Venom 34
Sweet combo. Everything felt balanced and life was good. Pity the wind didn't hang around - I was hoping for some distance today. Probably one of the last sessions at this great spot.
Cheers for the beers to the Hamood family!
|Full Bogan (36898km): |
Clayton channel - 10 - 15 with 18 knots gusts and 5 knot holes.
Fanatic falcon 111, 6.2m loft blade and 37cm sl7.
|Kimba (7753km): |
Drove over the hill on Grundys rd to see everyone blasting so I got some footage with the tripod, still a little shaky though with the gusts coming through. I could see Sam on a 6.2 so I rigged 6.7 and took the 90 and 104 out. When I returned to get the sail the wind dropped out so I rigged the 7.8 and took it out with the 134 to guarantee a sail. Hit the water the same time as Norm and Dave and we had a bit of wind for a while and then it started getting real patchy with distinct wind zones you had to stay in.
A few 20 knot gusts came through and it was quite hairy at times on the 84cm board and 47cm fin, more of a slalom setup and I am a little rusty at balancing big fin lift. Very happy with a pb on the big board of 34.13. My 9.5 arrives soon so I am looking forward to even the light summer breezes. Had a short stint on the 104 when I got some head cam footage.
JP 134/JP 104 - RSR7.8 - Select 47 Proslam/Lightning Evo 37