||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Brent Hopkins |
|Bruce Healey (16829km): |
Terrigal, NSW, AU
Went out 30 mins too early, with 8.4. A bit later would have taken 7.5. As it turned out, the 8.4 ended up too big but still had a good sail. CASL, 44 fin, tracks here; http://www.ka72.com/viewge.aspx?fid=37131&tid=0
|Andrew Haigh (21033km): |
Coal Point, NSW, AU
Isonic 101 and Ram 6.8.
Another broken boom, this time able to reverse it with Help from Nic and get back without a long swim.
|adamhatfield (2074km): |
Marmong Point, NSW, AU nice but never quite powered enough
|Greg Kiskarpati (10084km): |
Coal Point, NSW, AU Iso 75 and CA 62 , Code red 7.7 46, c3 venom and 41 select lightning
Armchair sailing today , what a great day , Nice group of sailors , perfect weather , water temp was beautiful . just wished the 25 to 30 that was predicted came in !!!!! Expensive day , broke a mast and boom
|Murray Towndrow (3400km): |
Swansea Sand Islands
NE 16 - 22 knts
Signifigantly less wind between Marks Point and Coal Point
6.7 Vapor 112 JP
Great to see so many GPS guys out, think we had 5 or 6 today.
|GeoffS (6162km): |
iSonic 125 Maui Pursuit 8.0
Late start but perfect timing. NEaster came in about 1/4 hour after I went out. Felt like more than 25 but just have to try harder.
Marmong Point, NSW, AU
|Big Tom (2264km): |
Belmont Bay (Slipways), NSW, AU
145L JP, 7.6 P7 13kts ENE
|James Farley (10424km): |
Arcadia Vale, NSW, AU
Exocet Sting 134, Mauisails TR8 7.6, 46cm fin - wind NE 12-15 kts
Picked up a new sail from Steve, and decided to spend the day somewhere different on the lake. Beautiful park and nice spot for the kids to play. Wind came in early and looked really good, but never really fully arrived. Spent most of the time playing with the kids and helping the wife with beach starting. Got a short session on the 7.6 and felt really good, even with my 75% carbon mast. Look forward to lots more sessions on this gear.
Topped the night off with some sweet fireworks across the water at Wangi. No wonder Barry loves it so much down there!
Happy new year everyone, and well done to Byron for 1st place in NSW for December.