||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Richard Reynolds: Rico|
|Billy Green Island|
|Peter AUS466 (3242km): |
Holloways Beach, QLD, AU Isonic 120, Aerotech VMG 6.7, 43 Alloy fin.
Kel was rigged when I arrived. First run I was fully powered and then it progressively dropped off. Good fun though.
|Kel (28529km): |
Holloways Beach, QLD, AU
Little sail at Holloways with Pete, as usual it was nice and windy on the first run out then it went to pus.
Pushed upwind to Machans beach in a gusty 15 to 20, then it died back to a constantly shit 5 to 15.
Dredged back in with the board under water for the last 10mins,
Used Isonic 90, Overdrive R6 6.2 and Tribal Sw29(should have used the 107 and 7.8 that were in the car)
|dr cam (29065km): |
Green Island, QLD, AU SE winds to 25 knots-short sessions 10-11am then 315-400 pm .Gear X fire 90 V 9 E9 6.4 Tribal SW 27 .
Really enjoyed today...!!! Not so manic /Not so rough ...
Sailed with Bennie who is visiting for a week from WA & was testing out his new Simmer Race sails .
I'm Getting the settings sorted on this combination & enjoyed the comfort /speed/gybing ability today .
Hoping to get back to Arlington during the week .Kel/Lach /any other team members -WED/Thurs mornings looking good for NMs on our favourite NM Reef ...
|Andrew (630km): |
Port Douglas, QLD, AU
A big, fat breeze greeted me this afternoon after I snuck out from the jobs list and spent an enjoyable hour or so playing with the kitesurfers. Had my 7.2 Fusion cranked down tight and plenty of tension on the outhaul - went with the big board, isonic 133 and 46cm freeride fin. Put the mast base back about an inch to smooth things out. Had plenty of good, solid wind. When I arrived, Ben was just finishing off - he had a couple of hours out there having fun and soaking up the mid winter sunshine - beautiful day. I am getting a bit of condition lately - taking advantage of the plentiful good=quality breeze there is going about. The week ahead is looking pretty promising as well. Life Is Good.
|Troppo (5743km): |
fun day, getting warmed up between cappuchino's and latte's, morning and afternoon sesions delivering the goods.
thanks for the motivation cam and the rivalry lives on
theres no place like home!
|Benny McCarthy (244km): |
Port Douglas, QLD, AU
Exocet 135 Severne Convert 6.7 Speed Slider 45
Enjoyable session at 4 mile beach. Steady wind, choppy water. Practiced some of Freddo's advice. Nailed some water starts which brought a smile to the dial.
Had a quick chin wag with Andrew as he was rigging up for a late afternoon sail just after I had packed down.