|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Sammy the snail|
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|Elmo (25715km): |
JP Hydrofoil 135L, NP Fusion 6.7m, NP RS Flight AL
3rd session on the pink bits, this is so much fun.
Very light today, had to wait for the bullets to get going.
Gave Bob a bit of a laugh, not so many dismounts today compared with the previous session.
Bit of tuning on the trim foil made things a lot more stable in flight but a bit harder to get of the deck.
Best run +40sec's flight time which I'm stoked with.
Even did a couple of touch downs which didn't directly result in a wet ending, though I did overcompensate on two of them.
Unhooked on a couple of runs which helped a bit, and managed to pump onto plane whilst getting into the foostraps during the pumping, tis tricky for unco-man.
Great fun, woo hoo
Video to follow.
|Hardie (27364km): |
Green Is, Light to just moderate at times. used a 7m. Beautiful and pleasant sailing., Couldn't keep up with the locals Kelly and Cam, they're out of my league. So great to be away for winter, wish I could do this every winter for 3 to 4 months a year. Probably only going to do one more week, then the big drive back. No big winds forecast, so don't expect any great speeds, though even if there was a 30kt blow, I garauntee I'd be nowhere near as fast as the locals, we have it so easy back home. Saw some massive whales breaching on the way home that was a highlight, and Cam's lovely wife C/Katherine wonderful meals, retaurant quality meals every night Thankyou
Realising how unfit I am, the boys sailed 3 hrs no-stop, my gs said I did 47 mins, and i had multiple stops. If I can be disciplined enough your gonna see a lightweight hardie this summer