||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Captain bogan |
|Jimbob (25262km): |
went out to the lake after work, only had the old torquay speed/slalom board to try for a 2sec PB ( its been under the caravan for a long time), rigged up then went to put fin into board and remembered needed longer bolt, bloody didn't have one in the box, spewing as it was a solid 25 knots and looked flat as on the weed beds out from the islands. went back to beachport and went out at surfbeach with the stoke and a 5 ezzy wave, was perfect and ended up having a fantastic sail in the sea, sailed all alone again, happy with my speeds for the rough seas and more than happy I didn't miss my gybes out to sea. tommorrows forcast is a 23 to 28 seabreeze so will have to try again for a speed pb out the lake.
|Captain bogan (38173km): |
Another great seabreeze at boggy lake. The wind started out se - 10 - 15 knots and soon picked up to 13 - 18 knots south east. Good to see a big turnout and good to see a couple of old faces i haven't seen for years.
Fanatic falcon 89, 2009 6.6m koncept and 35cm sl7.
|Full Bogan (36898km): |
Boggy 2 - 13 - 18 knots s/e.
Fanatic falcon 111 / 6.2m loft blade and 37cm sl7 and changed to Fanatic falcon 91 / 6.2 and 31cm sl7.
|Mark MacDonald (294km): |
Walked out through the mud to the middle ready to sail off and hadnt done the plug up.Walked back in and out with the plug done up and put it mildy was totally buggered. (1.6k of walking in mud) Wind had pick up making the 7.5 a handfull. hung on for a couple of runs,
Boggy 2, Hypersonic 133 7.5 GTX and 42cm fin.
|Joe (4957km): |
fanatic 104,select 35,6.6 koncept
boggy 2. 13-18 se
|Retired Bogan (6452km): |
7.0m Tushingham on 136L JP in 10-15K. Then picked up and blown off the water. Changed down to 5.7 NP and took it out on the 136L to see what it was like, but wrong combination
|Norman Clarke (4257km): |
Tracks for today.
ISonic94, Gaastra Vapor 6, SelectSL7 27
Great early evening sail.