||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
| Mark Jordan|
|Andre Da Costa|
|Steve (27362km): |
Nice sail at Queens Lake. S-Se at 15-20 knots.
F2 SX medium, Hot sails Gps 6.6m, Flying objects weedster 30cm.
|Bill (5407km): |
Smiths Lake, NSW, AU
|Dion Hyde (4328km): |
Manning Point, New South Wales, AU, Sailed with Mark J. severne 6.7, warp sl82, jpsl 30cm. Wind didnt really do it for us. 10-12kts. Went for a trek to new speed strip couretesy of Marks car and boat. Got to the boat ramp, launched, 10 mins later at the speed strip. Looked awesome apart from lack of wind but we sailed anyways. Mark and i both hit a sand bank. Both our booms snapped. Bugger!! Alot of potential with wind and the right day.
Thanks Mark for the effort that went in to today. Much appreciated. Have to order a new boom from you now. Let me know what you have in stock?
Hope the ribs and back are ok.
|Wayno (15707km): |
Umina Beach, NSW, AU
ESE'er 10-12 knots, pretty choppy, bumpy water
NP 6.2 Atlas Wave Sail + Naish 8'9" Freeride 98L + 29cm weed free fin
Very ordinary conditions, must have been desperate for a sail so went out at the beach. Got a few short runs on the plane but it did not last very long. Wind blew in gusty for about 1 or 2 minutes then it disappeared totally, leaving all bobbing around. Called it a day then.
At least I can say "I had a try".
|Gabe (15447km): |
Smiths Lake, NSW, AU
Lots of bogging around. Was determined not to rig the 7.9 and left it at home , so very underpowered with the 6.5, SL104 Select viper slam 37.Managed a couple of runs. Nice sunny day, warm water and was certain the wind would fill in. Pleasant enough. Getting desperate for a sail!
Sailed with Pete,and Pete from Maitland and a blow in from Qld. Kevin. Bill and Ella showed up later on. The Kiter out there looked like he was more powered up than we were!
| Mark Jordan (25202km): |
12 knot ene , not the 25 knot se they predicted , what a spot so nice to actually sail a speed bank , will be back with more wind
broke a boom hitting sand bar , sore back and ribs
Manning Point, New South Wales, AU
VIDEO TO SHOW SAND BAR AND POTENTIAL , THE WIND SWANG MORE SOUTH FROM ENE AND THE RUN IS PERFECT JUST NEED 20 KNOTS ,
|Far-Mid-North Coast (276km): |
Smiths Lake, NSW, AU. First go with the GPS, after lots of hassling from Hamish. Thanks Hamish - this is cooooollll.