Mid-North Coast Marauders (NSW, Australia) - 2013-12-13
Sailor 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
30.01(D)
26.65(D)
0(D)
15.79(D)
16.97(D)
10.68(D)
Irishtom
27.21(D)
25.8(D)
10.09(D)
16.63(D)
13.23(D)
33.09(D)
Pugs
25.7(D)
24.15(D)
11.58(D)
16.69(D)
18.51(D)
21.66(D)
Mehore
28.47(D)
27.16(D)
17.56(D)
20.98(D)
21.08(D)
40.75(D)
Frothie
15.55(D)
12.2(D)
4.73(D)
5.52(D)
5.45(D)
16.62(D)
Wayno
25.26(D)
23.74(D)
12.73(D)
17.83(D)
17.31(D)
24.68(D)
Atomic
28.39(D)
25.36(D)
12.32(D)
16.61(D)
19.3(D)
37.79(D)
PD
29.42(D)
26.29(D)
12.03(D)
12.75(D)
21(D)
22.31(D)
Bill
25.46(D)
23.13(D)
12.12(D)
15.72(D)
18.96(D)
34.2(D)
Gabe
32.22(D)
29.83(D)
7.54(D)
20.09(D)
19.9(D)
30.2(D)
Chris Kelemen
29.31(D)
28.07(D)
5.22(D)
11.16(D)
8.91(D)
17.62(D)
Matt D
32.6(D)
28.39(D)
15.82(D)
19.04(D)
20.74(D)
30.8(D)
Mark Hampton
Steve
Trent Cooper
Phil Luke
Greg Cacace
Dale Jordan
RafD
Jason Fardell
Maree Jordan
Chris K
Garry Minogue
Wayne Hardes
Dion Hyde
AJEaster
Wally164
Far-Mid-North Coast
Geoff
Bruce
Matthew Klause
Aza
Peter Braun
Phil Bennett
Hamish Stuart
Andre Da Costa
Martin
JustinL
Ela
Andrew Muir
Feebz
Stuart Grehan
Rob
Glenn Bolton
Bairdy
Jorn
snelly
Fitzy
Germain
Average32.4129.1116.6920.5421.0439.27
Mark Jordan (25957km):
2510 days ago

Patrik 115 , 6.6m ka koncept , nice 12 northeaster and run in tide , still suffering from head cold but good to be on the water

 

Port Macquarie, NSW, AU



Irishtom (553km):
2510 days ago

Old Bar, New South Wales, AU

Somebody lend me someting fast to sail!

Tommys got a brand new strip

Skate 100/ s1 5.9



Pugs (9435km):
2510 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU

Wind was very light.



Mehore (23884km):
2510 days ago
3 categories

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU Not much wind today and got my top speed in chop. Pugs, Frothsta, PD and Pete. Matty went out when we came in and could of got a bit more breeze, seemed to pick up on graph but a bit of cloud rollling in. 8.3 Koncept 36 Jp weedy 121 Falcon. Go Marauders!!!



Frothie (4023km):
2510 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU hi all, sailed with Pete first, thanks mate (he luft along next to me giving me advice on moving harness lines that worked great THANK YOU!) Then Mick, Pugs and Paul came out seemed like they all had fun in the light conditions. Lets hope some stronger winds turn up soon for all to enjoy.  



Wayno (16096km):
2510 days ago

Gosford, NSW, AU - ENE 10-16 knots gusting to 18 at times. H2 8.2m + JP 122L + JP 36 weedie. Felt like I should be on the 7.5m in a few gusts!

A shifty breeze that was good at times and not so good at others. Planing 80% of the time. Managed a few nice planing gybes in the shallows which felt good. Sailed by myself today as PD was at Peel St. Nice session to end the working week.

Cheers Marauders.



Atomic (7899km):
2510 days ago

Coomba Bay, NSW, AU



PD (3215km):
2510 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU NE 12-18 knots. JP Slalom ix 68 with JP31 weed fin + Sailworks NX 7.1 Race. Sailed with Mick and Ian. Only good wind was on the north side where it was choppy. Good sailing upwind in the gusts with wind under the board skimming the chop. Never managed to get a good gust on a broad reach in the flatter water heading back south.   



Bill (5407km):
2510 days ago

Coomba Bay, NSW, AU. Bit flaky again but a pleasant sail running a 6.6 GPS and 105 Tabou Rocket



Gabe (15447km):
2510 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

 A very different day at Port Sorrell.The wind was all over the shop.Gusty, and shifty. Fun sail in the sun with Chris and Todd.Nice for a while then deterioted. W , WSW and then SW 12-22 knots. SL79 BP 22 speed, then Hawk 93L, Select sx30 6.0GTX



Chris Kelemen (3265km):
2510 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU. First sail at Port Sorell and after having my neck vertebrate lock on me (been 9 days of slowly reducing agony!).  A lovely place for speed, with some lgreat flat water but a bit gusty at times. Got stuck in the middle a couple of times - the worst trying to get back once the wind had died. So far to swim, and thanks to Gabe for helping me swim my rig in and carrying it back. So happy to be getting good speeds! Great to sail with Todd as well - everyone is so helpful and friendly!!!!



Matt D (19782km):
2510 days ago
4 categories

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU

Late sail after work! wind gusty and swing all over the place at 12-18knots. I got there as every one was packing up (not a great sign).

I had fun better than watch TV! and I did not fall off once!!!

Mick, Pugs, Dave and paul were out earlier. Bic Vivace raceboard 149L, Loft 8.6m raceblade & JP36 weedy.



Comments
Matt D


NSW
Australia
2510 days ago

Well Done Paul on your Nautical PB and Chris on 5x10 PB!

 

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
2510 days ago

Ok Tom, Had a look at your tracks. Sweet. What tide did you sail, how shallow (able to take pointers?).....looks like a nice run in a NE. I am in for sure over Christmas. Mark.J, worth a boat trip from Cabbage Tree Island or the like to save getting shitloads of gear ripped off from Muddies carpark?

Mark Hampton


NSW
Australia
2510 days ago

Great  Pb Chris! Nice to get PB's on a Windsurfing Holiday!

Paul well-done on your  Pb!

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago
Congrats on PBs Chris and Paul. Nice to see a Tassie PB for u Chris, esp after having to be off the water - makes it sweeter!
Mark Jordan


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago

Well done Chris , good to see you on the water and a pb ,thats great 

 

Tom give me a call have plenty of fast gear up here for you 

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2509 days ago

Mark bad luck to have a head cold this time of year still good speeds for a sick head.

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2509 days ago

You lot deserve an award for good team turn outs well done.

Mark Jordan


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago

thanks for that i thought i had a sick head , great team to be part of the posts certainly are prolific

Irishtom


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago

Adam, -Sailed prob low tide - 2hrs after... not sure. No kiters yesterday, but they may be an issue.

Quite shallow - no big fins, the entry of the run is a bit choppy and flattens off for the 1st 100m - then there is a mini sand spit into the channel and for the next 180m? it is buttery flat - good as anywhere. then another mini sand spit and it seems to get shallow. 

Reckon the run is about 300-350m and then if you take your chances and head up towards the river when a bit of water comes up it could be nearly 500.

Boat not needed, Muddies parking is grand - normally a few kiters about - 4x4 and beach permit would be better - then you can rig up at the run. Finders fee is that if you have a 4x4 you take my kit up haha

Watch out for Oysters

Team members are welcome to Casa De Tom (5mins away) for beers afterwards

Just need a few strong NEers now

Larko


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago

Well done Chris on your pb, glad to see you guys enjoys Tas.

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
2509 days ago

Nice pad Tom........def beers afterwards.

Found your mobile in my phone memory from Sandy point.Same number? If not text me your new number....my mobile os 0447755899.  Will call when coming down.

Looks like there could be a nice arvo sesh on Fri........need to see some clients in Forster in the morn, so could call in on the way back. I have the same Subaru Outback as I had at Sandy Point, hoping that will do the sand track - you are welcome riding shotgun. Will see how the forecast holds. Will check tides as well - although dont really care about tides, is a recon mission, will take the skate with the 20cm fin worst case

Gabe


NSW
Australia
2508 days ago

Congrats to Paul, Great nautical, and Chris on her 5X10 sec. pB's. Great turnout from everyone.

Hey Irishtom, thats some dedication there in the quest for a new spot! Good forecast for Friday and Sat. Hope to be back home and sailing the home spots again next week. Warm water and steady seabreezes.Your digs look excellent. Will have to make an effort to get a wave sail in this summer.May try and round up a few more guys. 

Irishtom


NSW
Australia
2507 days ago

Cheers Gabe, looking forward to a wavesail - there are a few banks and gutters out the back so probably not a bad spot, should have went windsuping yesterday, nice 6-8kt easterly but foot too sore.

Adam forecast is looking good for fri/sat. got a new number, will give you a text. Don't know if its OK to take the subaru out there, but parking at muddies is fine.

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
2507 days ago

sweet. Happy to hit Wallabi point for a wavesail. that is where i first wavesailed as a kid......top spot and never too gnarly