Moreton Bay Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2014-04-14
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
gregwed
28.11(D)
26.78(D)
13.6(D)
18.22(D)
20.61(D)
30.86(D)
Boombuster
36.36(D)
35.29(D)
12.62(D)
18.71(D)
21.34(D)
26.28(D)
Drifter
31.12(D)
28.81(D)
10.76(D)
13.29(D)
20.13(D)
27.99(D)
Da Vecta
33.23(D)
31.02(D)
10.31(D)
20.19(D)
22.35(D)
23.92(D)
phil
38.88(D)
35.7(D)
12.23(D)
23.43(D)
22.81(D)
36.61(D)
Albert P. Jonsson
29.32(D)
27.46(D)
10.59(D)
16.47(D)
20.69(D)
21.94(D)
Thomas Anderson
39.46(D)
37.7 [PB](D)
6.15(D)
4.2(D)
33.08(D)
17.19(D)
Happy
35.37(D)
32.24(D)
6.94(D)
10.43(D)
23.55(D)
18.13(D)
JR
41.48(D)
36.69(D)
7.2(D)
0(D)
30.3(D)
18.2(D)
RIGGS
37.33(D)
35.74(D)
11.44(D)
8.73(D)
28.66(D)
27.99(D)
Tony
36.82(D)
34.96(D)
12.45(D)
14.74(D)
29.41(D)
32.11(D)
Vando
mikey
Ryno
ZbRider
Jemo
Barbie
AndySails
Mini Keen
Windsurfing Ninja
Martin Worling
Wind Glider
Trev
CHRISL
Wile E. Coyote
Scotty
Callan
Mr Keen
Starkode
musorianin
marty
Average40.4737.2013.1121.8131.6934.36
gregwed (4363km):
2386 days ago

Victoria Point, QLD, AU

Good SE'ly this morning. But a bit bumpy. Tried bearing off a bit more but wasn't powered up enough. Still enjoyed it though!!!

Used Exocet Warp 90L 5.3 Naish Session and 30cm Fin.

Must be getting better - all the results from today are in my top 3 for every category !!



Boombuster (58096km):
2386 days ago
1 categories

Wellington Point, QLD, AU

Knee high chop just no flat stuff today even though it was a good low tide never seemed to go out much. 

Got half a hr in then it died for about 15mins but came back but not over 20kts the whole time. 

JP64 Loft5.6 BP28



Drifter (15178km):
2386 days ago

Victoria Point, QLD, AU

Sailed the NE leg of the bank with Albert, Kurt and George. The wind cycled from 10kts to 25kts. It was a matter of timing to get the good gusts on the speed run. My 2sec peak is a PB for the Futura 110. A challenging sail in unfamiliar waters, but rewarding.

Futura 110, Naishe Bullet 6.4, BP 35mm



Da Vecta (1775km):
2386 days ago

NP Evo: 6.4, 60w, 32 

Long time, no post.  Forgotten how to use my GPS Smile

The Train, Southport, QLD, AU



phil (43685km):
2386 days ago
3 categories

Went out at the Grand but really gusty with short runs so quickly packed up and headed for the train. Missed the low tide but still some nice strong gusts in between the rain squalls. The shifting wind direction didnt help either. Wind dropped out far too ealy for my liking. Hopefully can get down there a bit earlier tomorrow. Great Alpa Greg - your improving with every sail!!!!

CASP50, Blade 6.3, Tect 26.

Marine Parade, Southport, QLD, AU



Albert P. Jonsson (11746km):
2386 days ago

Victoria Point, QLD, AU, Falcon 104, Nash freeride 6.5 and Viper fin 34cm. When I got down there, there were no windsufers just kiters and only 18 knots maximum. Walked down to the point and saw nobody sailing at the mudbar and now the wind had dropped to almost nothing. I was about to go home, but decided to check the other side first and there were John, George and Kurt and they were heading to the bar. So I rigged up and went out and joined them. Wind was very gusty and died almost to nothing at times and then you got 25knots bullets that lifted me up and slammed me into the sea, cause I did not have the right sail to handle them, but I thoroughly enjoyed the outing. Where were you Glynn?



Thomas Anderson (5117km):
2386 days ago
3 categories

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Better than I expected, still it was gusty & hard to get a good clean run.

F2 SX small, 6.3 blade (rigged like cr@p), 29 casper



Happy (4838km):
2386 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

The local Burrum crew were great, helpful in everyway, thanks!

Day just never worked for me, im still out of touch with my rig.

Had fun though! Long long drive up and back, im knackered!

A few of the other mbm did really well, congrats!



JR (5478km):
2386 days ago
3 categories

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Had a good warm up swim for maybe 30+ metres with no wind and a panic swim to the bank Sealed

Managed 6 runs in total and got 15 mins of decent wind before it backed right off. Ashame realy as i just tuned my gear. Sorry Team only one lucky 2 sec on a slight bear off and time to drive home again. lol. ( 100M peak over 40 knots) need to up my 5x10.

It was looking magical, with a hope that the wind would really crank as forecast. Magic place and finally sailed it Laughing

Loft 6.3/jp56\ven30(now 40 knot approved) lol



RIGGS (8399km):
2386 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Day trip to Burrum, was a bit of a mixed bag. Wind super gusty and rain squalls, a few big gusts with the squalls.

iS54, NP 6.4, Slingshot 25



Tony (27955km):
2384 days ago

Bad gear selection. Rigged for the forecast which was over cooked. Way too much effort to change up...bugger

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU



Comments
Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Nice one Greg keep trying mate. 

AndySails


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Congrats on the PB Greg. Should have come to Burrum Glynn!

Macroscien


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Good gybe Greg, plus on very rough water !

TillDark


Nth Is
New Zealand
2386 days ago

Nice one Greg. I would have joined u but I had a wardrobe failure that took an hour or so to fix.

TillDark


Nth Is
New Zealand
2386 days ago

Nice one John better than mine for the day ;) George has my Gps at the mo but im pretty sure It was Only 31

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Where were you Cap, Albert and I looked for you.

Macroscien


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Good to sail with you Brendon on the Train. I can't beleive how good your tacks are. Better and faster then my gybe !

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Nice sail Brendon, only .7kts below your 2 sec peak. Hows the training for the Qld titles going?

Da Vecta


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Cheers Peter, great sailing with you today.  You're improving very fast.

John, training is going along Ok thanks,  but this year I want to improve my performance at the bar (so I've been training at that too).

Macroscien


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Absolutely fantastic result Phil !

I keep spying how you do this and already today improved my results by 3 knots just by following your track.

I wish one day to cut this gap between our results to 3 knots  on the same place and day and I will be totally happy.

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Kurt,

If you had followed me to the flat water I'm sure you'd have creamed it. 31kts in the big chop is still very impressive. I'm happy with my 31kts.

Peter,

Your new PB is a beauty. The wind picked up at Victoria point when you left. Thanks for making the symbolic sacrifice.I'm glad the train worked out for you this afternoon.

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Albert,

That was impressive sailing in those bullets with your no cam 6.5. Thanks for the company.

starboardsailor


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Congrats on the pb Mark, good of you guys to drive up

and give us company on the water.

Thomas Anderson


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Thanks Darryl, congrats on your PB's also.  Consistent wind would have been easier!

Thomas Anderson


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

i'd kill for a lucky 2 sec jr, nice work.

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago
Ditto, I sense a changing of the guard. Vando, Glynn and Phil will be looking over their shoulders
Vando


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Great work guys well done Cool

Very Nice Peak Jarrefe Cool

Congrats on ya PB Mark and top 5x10 and NM for  daySmile

JR


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Top turning Greg Laughing , congrats!

Nice 5x10 Mark, you looked fast and steady sailing as always!

ODIN


South
Croatia
2386 days ago

Nice one Mark , its a shame it didnt last long enough to get really goin and smashing some speeds...

Well done rest of the crew..

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
2386 days ago

Well done guys. That's one big day.

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago
De V who's this new bloke on the team.
Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

John, Albert everyone went to Burrum so I wasnt going to VP on my own wish you had contacted me I would have come down.

Congrats Mark on PB.

Jarruea Wow fantastic peak new BP for you in Qld waters.

Nice speeds for those who went to Burrum but 8hrs driving for low Ks looks like wind wind didn't play its part.

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago
Glynn, no worries, I will let you know next time.
Rolz


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

top sailing everyone :)

AndySails


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago
Congrats on the PB Mark. Good to meet the other MBM guys. Great speed there Jarrafe!
phil


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

ON fire Jarrafe and great PB Mark. For such low KM you guys up in Burrum did really well.

Haggar


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

Very nice speeds for Burrum there Jarrafe !

Geoff Ringe


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

Well done Jarrafe top speed on the JP 56  thats moving on a slalom board.

Hooray


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

Nice Pb there Mark, almost a 2sec as well. Interesting to read your 2sec pb from 2010.

Just had a talk with the Burrum sand bank committee and they want that JR fellow banned for panic swimming near the shark breeding grounds.Tongue outSmile 

 

Sausage


QLD
Australia
2385 days ago

Congrats on the PB's Greg and Mark. 

Mr Nott, incredible speeds for the broadwater too.

Lovely 2sec peak Jarrafe.

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2385 days ago

Nice one guys ...

bushfire


NSW
Australia
2385 days ago

Guys kicking some goals! Well done teamSmile

TillDark


Nth Is
New Zealand
2384 days ago

Wow Phil 38 at the train thats crazy, did you have time to get out of the harness or just run it up onto the beach. Amazing going Jarrafe and mkseven, on fire!!

Greg mate you were going really well mate congrads on the alpha. Very keen to try the ACTUAL speed bank at VP now. Might take flares and a mobile phone if im going out on my 97 litre though Cool

Thomas Anderson


QLD
Australia
2384 days ago

depends what time of day you swim the vp bank.  Done it twice- 1st time middle of day vando destroyed all his kit in crash, was bit under the weather & had spent a fair while in the water.  Gave him my kit to sail back & i swum his down to ferry terminal, we stayed together for most of it & most concerning thing was staying out of way of boats. 2nd time near dark vando, pierre & i swam back to thomsons.  Dont recommend it, swim to boat ramp instead.  Was bloody scary, we got seperated maybe 45min swim & man i was standing on that 80L board up to chest in water every chance i got.  Stupid but it just feels better when you're right way up.  Phone not such a bad idea, wonder how sticker greg would feel about rescuing us.  I imagine coast guard pick up would be a bit exxy, if they nice they charge donation which is about $70.  What price do you put on a leg or two though.  Would rather swim Vic Pt than burrum anyday.