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|Sammy the snail|
|Man Over Board|
|Jonski (4757km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU
|Stretch (13514km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU. A nice sail and good to catch up everyone
|Greggo (76km): |
First Sesh! On the board!
Thanks to Joe for lending me the Garmin GPS.
130 L Board with 4.7 Sail.
Great catch up too guys, good to meet a few of you.
|(dol-) fin (11181km): |
Coodnup, withweed, AU
A fun sail in the sun with a breeze, befor the BBQ. I rigged in the foreshore reserve and went out for a walk in the weed
Tried something diferent with, the 46Board, Avi 5.3 sail and El55 fillet Mod 18cm weedy,... and skinny boom,
|Oaf (6647km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU
Another fun sunny day. Loads out and some good fun runs in the smooth.
A nice celebration after sailing and good to meet some new faces and see the usuals again.
Manta 85, HSM GPS 6.6
|Morts (7773km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU
Same gear as every other day
Bit less wind than yesterday so a very nice way to finish off my 3 days in Mandurah with a nice cruisy sail. Nice to meet Greg the newest Mobster & I'm looking forward to seeing your progression mate. Plenty of good people there to help you improve, I can attest to that.
Had a blast the last few days, thanks to everyone!
Had a few goes at Alphas, a 25.42 at 52m. So close yet so far
|Decrepit (47144km): |
A nice cruisey Fangys session with lots of crew, then the gathering afterwards. A real fun day!!!!!! Pics after.
OK here most of us are, started to get cold after the sun went down, so Fangy was kind enough to invite us round to his nice warm pool house.
|Basil (3189km): |
fangville bowling club
Played silly buggers with the GT31. No data due to lock out. Will have to take the battery out to unlock it. Data from GW60. I am sure that there is more data in there but I dont know how to get it.
Otherwise a great sail in the smooooth. Good conditions and good company.
It does not get better than this.Even had a pair of stingrays to play with.
|Sammy the snail (26577km): |
Coodanup, WA, land of goodness
Cruisy session with the gang, good fun again on the smooth, not fast.. just pleasant
How lucky are we.. !?
Nice after catch up .. thanks Ross and Michelle
Sonic85, EV5.8, weedy23/48
|fangman (15475km): |
Fangyland for a quick cruise around on the Party Barge to stretch the muscles from yesterday. Post the write up tomorrow - gotta hose down the floors now all the Mobbers have left the Estate.
Warm-down session with a big crew. Tide was getting on the low side and I missed telling a few newbies about the launch point and channel. The end result was I saw a sailor or two doing the long trek straight out to deeper water to launch. Still that was better than launching at Wamba like one keen weed walker who shall remain nameless. Possibly this was due to all the ringing endorsements of his new ‘faded red’ helmet on the previous day.
Highlight of the day was seeing Basil going like he had a cracker up his backside. No surprises that he got PB's for speed, it was the best I have seen him sail, locked in, and going deep! Congrats Basil :-)
For me it was a warm down session before the Mobber BBQ and a chance to make room for another festive season food baby. The shenanigans of the Windtech were seeming a little bit like to much concentration and effort, so I hit default settings instead,
Party Barge 310, Koncept 6.6, FangyFin24. I would have rigged the 7.5 but was too lazy to change all the boom settings. That should give you an idea of how focused I was on sailing at peak performance.
The rest is pretty much summarised by, ‘I went for a sail, forgot to fall off and ended up with yet another accidental PB hour and in the process had a rare Top Ten Fangy Day.’
|evets (17752km): |
Fangy’s M91 SL TR 16 7.0 . Pepe speed weed 25
Fun sail at Fangy's. Wind and water warm, weed close to the surface creating large flat areas. Had a great sail, many sailors on the water. Was finishing miles slightly short, towards the ends of the ruins it was relatively choppy.
Tried a couple of alphas using the markers, they make a world of difference, particularly with this combo whih I do not find easy to be fast at 50m proximity.
Well done onthe PB sailors, great to meet Greg, stick at it, it is a great sport.