The Pit Crew (VIC, Australia) - 2017-02-26
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
supernan
18.807(D)
16.953(D)
8.38(D)
11.167(D)
11.919(D)
28.9(D)
Sailquik
39.934(D)
38.123(D)
10.214(D)
13.84(D)
19.524(D)
33.86(D)
kato
37.361(D)
34.827(D)
22.226(D)
24.955(D)
29.576(D)
77.841(D)
Bradman
36.22(D)
34.992(D)
0(D)
18.58(D)
23.13(D)
15.6(D)
Pip (Old codger)
16.202(D)
15.457(D)
7.604(D)
8.564(D)
9.68(D)
26.802(D)
Matthew Robertson
Shelby
Seahorse
Nic R
Spotty
Mr Love
Mal Wright
Tom Chalko
Peter Johnston
Stuart Eustice
Ado
Mal Faulkner
Brad
Chinaman
Isaac
Dazzer
Schoolie
Tempest
SeaSkip
Dirty harry
Tiges
Johndog
Vonpat
Hajime
Dazman
Average38.6536.5616.2221.7726.3555.85
supernan (2767km):
577 days ago

Mallacoota, VIC, AUKiss found some wind



Sailquik (17371km):
577 days ago
4 categories

Sandy Point. 

Easterly - 20-25, with the odd brief gust to 30.

I went down early to try to catch the first exposure of the East bank so I could run the old course which is now getting too shallow.

It worked well. The last couple of runs I felt the fin touch so I called it a day, not wanting to push my luck.

It was those last couple of runs where I saw peaks speeds of a mic hair over 40Kts.

I should have gone with the 5.4m sail in hindsight. At the best angle I was underlowered.

Also nice to feel the love with the old 20cm KA assy. Took it just on a whim, and it was very nice going upwind accross the channel. Also felt the board trying to climb out of the water on one tight run with a 40 kt peak, so it reminded me why I usually go for the smaller Tribal assy's now.

Carbon Art 40, KA Koncept 5.0m, KA assy 20cm.

 



kato (25100km):
577 days ago
4 categories

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

A nice play after the IWC Women On Water day.

Most of the great speeds came when the wind was up and the bars were still under water. When the banks came out the wind had backed off . Typical Yell

Still , had a ball on the 6.6 maxed out bouncing over the chop. A great way to end the weekend Cool

Sl 53, Koncept 6.6, MXR 24



Bradman (1489km):
576 days ago
2 categories

Sandy Point Vic AU.

25kts Easterly at the Inlet.

Arrived late at 4.30pm ready for a quick session on the lowish outgoing tide.

Sailquik was already running along the eastern bank looking fast.

Rigged quickly and headed out into the chop. Made my way over to the east bank and cranked out a few runs in less than an hour.

A nice session, was interesting dodging the sandy lumps at the start of the run, and the half metre chop on the SW bank (witnessed a huge jump from someone on a CA40!)

Isonic W54, ReflexR4 6.2m, Techart WSL22cm weed fin.



Pip (Old codger) (3010km):
570 days ago
Mallacoota, VIC, AU

Comments
Sailquik


VIC
Australia
577 days ago

Was it a Nor'Easter SuperNan? Smile

dr cam


QLD
Australia
577 days ago

Nice Daffy -Al ( son ) was wave sailing down your way today .Great numbers !!Cool

 

 

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
577 days ago

Cam. Saw the crew out this morning in the waves but it was a bit too offshore for me. Embarassed

Macroscien


QLD
Australia
577 days ago

Amazing what 0.06 knots difference could make, Sailquick Cool

I guess if you could eat beans for breakfest and release the wind in right moment 40 could show up.
 

supernan


VIC
Australia
577 days ago

It was an Easterly.Pretty gutless and mega sloppy .Enjoyed it anyway cos back to work Monday.Cry

kato


VIC
Australia
576 days ago
Arrr Easterlys we love them down here 😀😀
kato


VIC
Australia
575 days ago
Nice session Brad