Burrum Heads M.O.B. (QLD, Australia) - 2014-11-16
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Ross
18.43(D)
16.84(D)
0(D)
1.42(D)
12.2(D)
8.19(D)
Barbie
20.01(D)
18.09(D)
5.47(D)
6.13(D)
17.41(D)
18.32(D)
Andy@WSG
32.16(D)
29.2(D)
9.93(D)
18.33(D)
26.98(D)
44.42(D)
starboardsailor
30.64(D)
28.52(D)
17.85(D)
17.93(D)
27.63(D)
47.02(D)
Cootharabean
31.45(D)
29.88(D)
18.91(D)
21.73(D)
27.71(D)
38.98(D)
Brad
22.74(D)
21.04(D)
5.87(D)
7.52(D)
13.62(D)
10.87(D)
Seawitch
21.79(D)
18.33(D)
0(D)
0(D)
19.24(X)
15.77(D)
Porkchop
Alex Kirk
jusav
Dart
wongi
Dino
Hooray
Redbear
Shillo
Donno
justin mc
Richo
Flashman
Ian Watson
Average31.8129.5418.3820.0327.6745.72
Ross (3694km):
1070 days ago

Urangan, QLD, AU Can,t complain about the wind but boy was that bumpy. Tried the Futura 101 after being on the orbit went well but to lumpy for me. Smile



Barbie (2770km):
1070 days ago

Lake Cootharaba, QLD, AU



Andy@WSG (20081km):
1070 days ago
2 categories

Lake Cootharaba, QLD, AU

Very patchy and light wind NW until 2pm (Futura124,GPS8.0,BP-R40), then wind built until 3pm maybe 20+ knots Northerly on the gusts, then died again by 4pm... frustrating stuff! Managed to get my best speed on the Lake to date though, again on the 2015 Starboard Carve 111 - lovin it! Cool

Carve 111; HSM GPS 6.6; BP-R35



starboardsailor (32676km):
1070 days ago
4 categories

Lake Cootharaba, QLD, AU

Phantom 7.1

RRD X-Fire 112/Starboard Speed Board/Viper 80

Rigged for the conditions at 2pm, but again the wind kept getting

stronger, instead of changing sail i just had a couple of runs each on

the speeed boards. 



Cootharabean (7855km):
1070 days ago
5 categories

Lake Cootharaba, QLD, AU

I spent most of the day chatting on the shore and hanging with kids and Sally - Very relaxing. Went out at last minute on Turbo Boots and 7.0 Loft. Would have been more comfortable on a smaller sail



Brad (1490km):
1070 days ago

Lake Cootharaba, QLD, AU



Seawitch (1969km):
1070 days ago

Lake cootharaba.. Wrong gear, water like warm bath



Comments
Geoff Ringe


QLD
Australia
1070 days ago

Well done again Andy and Jill, looks like you both had a great weekend.

50KPete


QLD
Australia
1070 days ago

Going well Andy & Jill, wasnt the greatest wind over the 3 days but you got a reasonable sail each daySmile

Russell Witt


QLD
Australia
1070 days ago

Andy...  It certainly reached 20+ when the wind filled in from the north. I spent the day working on the start boat for the sailing club races and,during the second race which started at 2pm, we were registering about 17-22+ most of the time,with a few gusts to 24-25+.

50KPete


QLD
Australia
1070 days ago

Friggin typical, the day I go down to the pond & its gusty crap you the lake finally gets some wind over 20 kts#*@!Cry Jeze Darryl, I thought you would have been doing 100 kms plus each day since you keep telling everyone its so easy for me to do it on the lake?Laughing

starboardsailor


QLD
Australia
1069 days ago

Yep lake sailing is a piece of cake compared to open ocean with tides,waves,wildlife,seaweed etc, which is why 

most sailors in this area have their distance pb  at the lake.

GoneBro


QLD
Australia
1069 days ago

Nooice Andy that Carve looked fast out there on Saturday

50KPete


QLD
Australia
1069 days ago

I guess, cant imagine Kato & others would like your comments, so going on the same premise your speed Pbs running down the bank at Burrum Heads aren,t worth as much as sailors who do it in chop? Ps. You cant throw me off your team as you did with Arnold for negative comments about you!!

Macroscien


QLD
Australia
1069 days ago

I guess Pete this is part of the game Wink We on GC have 500 m longest run full of chop, boats, kiters and jelly. To get anything that counts we had to go for long trip. I can't complain and I still like convenience of our Shearwater , but we never could match your experience.

50KPete


QLD
Australia
1068 days ago

Couldn,t agree with you more Peter, we all sail in different locations in so many varied conditions that you cant compare sailors abilities fairly, there are six categories in GPS TC, I look at all of them & where they sail, at the end of the day it should be having FUN 1st & improving your all round sailing SKILL !! 2nd. I used to sail at the train & shearwater back in the 90s s with Hannu & Niel so I know what its likeWink