FNQ Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2013-03-11
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Sailpilot
32.19(D)
30.32(D)
12.09(D)
21.51 [PB](D)
27.31(D)
68.63(D)
Trojan
29.97(D)
28.8(D)
13.66(D)
19.84(D)
26.18(D)
72.91 [PB](D)
Firiebob
33.52(D)
32.36(D)
14.31(D)
19.09(D)
29.94(D)
67.05(D)
Kel
33.54(D)
31.69(D)
19.65(D)
22.05(D)
29.19(D)
110.65(D)
Ed
26.93(D)
25.35(D)
15.48(D)
17.33(D)
22.87(D)
42.98(D)
Squid Lips
36.14(D)
33.83(D)
19.27 [PB](D)
23.72 [PB](D)
27.09(D)
60.03(D)
Sausage
32.9(D)
31.02(D)
20.08(D)
22.58(D)
28.22(D)
88.51(D)
Troppo
Herby
Rowdy
dr cam
Rossco
Hoppybob
Regs
Freddy Burke
Locky
Gaz
Peter AUS466
Al
Flying Dutchman
Luca Sansalone
Pacman
Toody
Sharyn
James
Richard Reynolds: Rico
Billy
Jason
Billy Green Island
Dave
Andrew
Ian
Snorkel962
Bindi
Kiera
Benny McCarthy
Islandboydaz
boxy
binny
Alvadave
Average34.8433.1019.8723.1529.5799.58
Sailpilot (5040km):
1926 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Yet another fantastic day on the water. Hands getting blistered, feet getting cut up but smile just won't go away.

 

Naish SP95, talon 34, koyote 6.6



Trojan (4436km):
1926 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Day 3. Everything hurts. Duct tape field dressing on hands and away we go...

 Took the FSW out to avoid being skunked in the lulls on the way out, then the Sputnik got left at the boatramp. Definitely not on the right kit for speed sailing.. Hit bottom 3 times and cut my feet on the walk back in. Not my finest hour, but beats a day at work anytime.



Firiebob (13695km):
1926 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Having so much fun, atm full of rum (FNQM Tradition) and hugging everything in sight,yay Smile

CA SL58, Venom 34, Loft 6.8 Switchblade and big grins Wink



Kel (30393km):
1926 days ago
1 categories

Burrum Heads, Another fun day at the heads, used 2012 Isonic 90, Overdrive 6.0 and C3 Sting2 34!Cool



Ed (15329km):
1926 days ago

Port Douglas, QLD, AU Got down the beach for 'happy hour' 4 to 6 ' o'clock. It was one of those afternoons when it was windier than it looked,The sky was littered with angry storm clouds and the sea grey and very uninviting and the only thing on the beach was a lost dog.. Rigged 6.6m north sail and took the101 Falcon out for its first fly for the season..took a few runs to get tuned up then settled in for a session in a solid 20kts breeze..went out the back to try and light it up on a speed run but the sea was most unfriendly and the Falcon was getting very nervous, was trying to keep the board nice and trim,but it all got out of hand and i went over the handle bars and had a major wipe out 2km off shore. Fortunantly the only damage done was to my ego..gave the speed runs a miss after that.Blasted around for another hr then a lightning storm started to throw lightning bolts at the water.So it was time to bolt home...Cheers Ed



Squid Lips (2210km):
1926 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU

Koncept 6.6, iSo 86, Volt 34, lucky jocks.

 

Woohoo, on the board for March, first sail in a month. Nearly remembered to bring everything too, everything except my shorts! Didn't want to waste an hour going home and back so just went out anyway Embarassed Jocks must be lucky (or maybe I was extra streamlined) as I got a WA 2 sec PB and my fastest speed not at Sandy Point.



Sausage (21906km):
1925 days ago
1 categories

iS97, 6.3RBlade, 36 F-Hot - Burrum Heads, QLD, AU 15 - 18kn

Another fabulous day on the strip sailing with a bunch of great guys and girls. Wind never really eventuated and I wish I had stayed with the 7.0 just so I could have had more oomph going off the wind.  ended up plodding all the way back down the strip when the wind completely died around 4ish.  Drove home last night and am sore from 3 big days of sailing - I don't know if I could have managed another sail today.  Hope they get some decent wind today.

Congrats to Firiebob for coming 3rd with his 5x10 yesterday (Monday 11.03) - not bad for an old bugga but he does have a red board so that's worth an extra knot Wink

EDIT - just realised I did 88.75km on Sunday and 88.51km on Monday. 



Comments
Herby


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Congrats on the PBs Phil and Troy.....Look after your feet Troy.     I cut mine 17 days ago and I reckon at least a week to go.

Jeffro


Other
Australia
1926 days ago

Well done on the PB's Phil & Troy. Were is Snags & Firie? Are the still battling it out or on the rum?

Sailpilot


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Cheers Guys,

just got back from bench racing at burrum sands. Firie's filling up with rum and will post if he's still capable later. Snags is on the road home and Capt Kel got a good sail in too

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1926 days ago

Big congrats Big Phil & Troy, PB heaven Cool

Astrid


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago
Congrats Phil and Troy, great to catch up with you at Burrum and share a post sail drink and catch up with you and others from FNQ! Hopefully more of the same tomorrow.
Ed


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Hey Firie ,Burrum 'Heads' and  'rum'  Sounds good to me mate..  I can see you guys are having a real blast down there..

Squid Lips


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Nice PBs guys, wish I could be there

Kel


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Great Speeds Squidy! And congrats on the nice Hr ands Alpha Pb's.Cool 

Sailpilot


QLD
Australia
1926 days ago

Nice work squiddy, you've gotta be happy with that.

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1926 days ago

WooHoo Master Lips, 2 PB's in a WA March session, niccccce Smile

Eddy you need to come down here one year, flat water Wink

Herby


QLD
Australia
1925 days ago

Well done Squiddy....Cool/Innocent

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
1925 days ago

Nice PBs boys.

starboardsailor


QLD
Australia
1925 days ago

Well done on the pbs.

Haggar


QLD
Australia
1925 days ago

Nice sailing with you Sausage and nice speeds mate

Freddy Burke


QLD
Australia
1925 days ago

Eddy.....sounds like you had a good session Monday arvo and if no gear 'broken' even better.

Your write ups are 'literary masterpieces' and always great reading...always look forward to reading them.

Once again all the very best at the dirt bike nationals.....a medal it's everything , getting back home in

one piece is the other 2 percent.

Freddo

Ed


QLD
Australia
1924 days ago

Thanks Fast freddie...

 

 

 

Locky


QLD
Australia
1917 days ago
There are some nice PB's there! well done! FNQ Mob are doing well this month. I look forward to seeing some good results in the coming months as the wind picks up yeiwww! haha