|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Jeff (aka hardpole)|
|Kenny (6379km): |
Majestic Point, WA, AU
Rigged up at Majestics and sailed down to Lucky bay. Stopped for a chat with Captain and Ricey before heading back up wind to Majestics. Was quite a bit grovelling upwind as the wind dropped off but decided to pick up when I got back to base. Still was fun day of sailing.
6.2 reflex, 97 isonic, 31 tribal ws
|Boz (4172km): |
Point Grey, WA, AU
Boommbas for a quick sail, couldn't leave lunny down there as the only pinna. Great location and the MOB in force. Got probably a 1hr half before the wind decided to swing west. happy with the NM will be back
AB54 Warp 5.7 Vector 25
|Lunny (18716km): |
Point Grey, WA, AU
Woohoo what a great spot to spend an arvo with the Mobbers and Boz.
Tried for a good hour chasing Ratz and Swindy around the acres of flat stuff. Sure makes it better with company.
Swindy and I got caught out with a wind shut down, lots of walking and tacking to get back so called it a day after that.
M91, Reflex6 6.2, Tribal ws 25
|Windxtasy (7911km): |
Melville Beach, WA, AU iS111, 40 LE weedy 6.2K
Finished work in time for a sail at last, but arrived at Melville to find only 8 knots of wind. Rigged biggish expecting the wind to improve, which it did. I had a nice cruisy sail for a while - the gear choice was just right - and then a 25 knot squall came along and slammed me. Nothing injured thankfully. I went for a couple more runs but was way overpowered in all departments by then and decided to call it a day as the muscles were weakening.
It was good to catch up with Km Kenny, Ricey and Chris P who came along as I was packing up.
A fun sail, I just wish my fitness was up to doing more of it!
|Ricey (7560km): |
Melville Beach, WA, AU
Pleasant light wind with some holes and a big squall.
Rockets 125 and 105, Gator 6.5, 33 and 29 weedies.
Good to see Anita, and Kenny on a visit from Majestics. Quick hello to Chris Porter who was rigging up looking at very light wind after the squall.