Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2018-02-03
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
evets
33.852(D)
30.716(D)
24.373(D)
24.218(D)
30.089(D)
59.605(D)
Shane121
33.957(D)
33.181(D)
10.662(D)
23.192 [PB](D)
32.237(D)
29.042(D)
Morts
32.567(D)
30.765(D)
25.098 [PB](D)
25.618 [PB](D)
28.179(D)
66.925(D)
Elmo
35.83(D)
32.158(D)
23.448(D)
23.576(D)
30.344(D)
76.68(D)
Hardie
Decrepit
Binny
Bugs
Bender
Firiebob
man of
Sammy the snail
SluGger
Basil
PJ
ratz
fangman
otts
Stretch
Oaf
Man Over Board
(mu-) fin
WazzaYotty
Mad Max
TOBYchef
Jonski
Swindy
Auz
Greggo
Frank
Jake
Average34.8932.6724.7424.9231.2971.80
evets (17752km):
283 days ago
1 categories

Lilacs Mistral SL 91 Tr16 7.0 Pepeweed 27 at 48 deg.

Day five, went for hour, was in great pain after five mins.
Should have been faster but too fatigued to sheet in, make the  most of gusts, gybe well etc. Fell in on a gybe. 30 gybes for the hour. Data from KA72.

Water and wind warm, sun shining, flat water..... pretty bloody good Cool Great to be out with Elmo, Shane, Morts, Cliff anfda new sailor, Glen coming back after 25 years. Another mobber..... we shall see!



Shane121 (3659km):
283 days ago

Albany, WA, AU Harding rd with Jeremy Steve and Elmo and late comers Cliff and Gazman . Well day didn't start great as i broke the 430 mast on the grass .

Off to home to get the 7 meter sail . Tried  speed slalom board first. Too much hard work so back in i go to get the 101 board happy days Cool

NP EVO% 7.0 JP speed slalom 84 and 101 JP 25 weedy



Morts (6892km):
283 days ago
1 categories

Lilacs, Albany, WA, AU

 

Koncept 5.4, Sonic 85L + FF20

 

Fun afternoon with Alby, Shane, Steve on the water. There were a few others like Cliff, Gazman & Glenn who has just returned to windsurfing after 25 years.

 

Decided to sail early afternoon as I'm on night shift now. Found myself again tossing up betwenn the 6.2 & 5.4 but thought I'd follow Sammy's words & see if I could sail efficiently, so the 5.4 it was. Gee that sail is very good across the breeze, from Kiters end back towards town I got the 28 & a few 27knot NM's, going back towards Kiters I was always a couple of knots slower. Very easy to gybe but on the way out of gybes I did struggle a bit to get back up to speed. Conclusion I think I need a 5.8 to split the gap Wink

 

The Alpha is all about the speed in as I don't think the actual minimum speed through the turn & speed out were anything special. I was actually working my way upwind at the time so there was a few meters to play with, think it was about 43m from memory. Still I'm stoked to get a 25 as that's been one of my targets, providing it all checks out of course.

 

Missed out on the big Naughty days but still had a lot of fun today Laughing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Elmo (25878km):
281 days ago

Recalculated with Realspeed (standard programme) at home.

JP Slalom 71, NP RSR E7 7.0m, Pepe weed 27cm.

Had a great morning out with my Chicky babe and a fantastic lunch at Frenchies (it was openSurprised) after which my beloved said the winds blowing and I should go out for a sail....What a womanCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

Jeremy and Shane were rigging up when Steve turned up.

I decided that as I'd had such a good lunch I'd better try for an hour, well happy with the results but found out after I'd done it the the mast foot was way to far forward and was slowing me down by at least 3 knots going square, also had issues with footstraps which will take a bit of time sorting out which I didn't have today.

Was great fun first chasing around with Jeremy who was continually reeling me in and the Steve later in the session who looked to be having a lot of fun but I later found out that there is a price for  5 days of bliss.

Awesome fun way to end my Time in lieu down in Albany, great time out with my Chicky and brilliant sailing.

Now we have a good excuse for going out to dinner tonight for some chew and spew.

Groovy



Comments
Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
283 days ago

well done Morts, CoolCool l thought wld be a great for HR, A, and Km Wink

Elmo


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Awesome PB's there Jeremy, you were flying out there today well doneCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

fangman


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Noice Millpond, that is a stellar hour. Plus some top shelf u-turn's- three PB's in a row Shane! And some real nice numbers from the Muppet and Evets to round out a fine session. Congrats fellas 😎

dr cam


QLD
Australia
283 days ago

Great session Morts-big numbers -well done ...!!!Cool

Shane121


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Congrats on the pb's Jeremy good choice with sail selectionCool

Elmo


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Shane, the hat trick woo hoo!!!!CoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

evets


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Wow another 4 MM pbs,

Jeremy those are first class numbers, absolutely cracking Alpha.

Shane after a bad start breaking the mast you made good... a very healty NM and a great alpha, and that with the 7.0. Well done mate Cool

Basil


WA
Australia
283 days ago
Basil


WA
Australia
283 days ago

it is raining PBs on the mob. Great work shane and Morts.

Hardie


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Great efoort Albany Boys, Jeremy you're a star in the makingCool, Shane the PB machineCool, Steve fantastic back-ups, and Elmo typical Mandurah Slacker, out there having a good timeWink

Jonski


WA
Australia
283 days ago
😀😀😀!!!
Kaleb Smith


TAS
Australia
283 days ago

Congrats on Pb's guys.Cool

Decrepit


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Wow, wow, wow. On a nothing forecast day, 4 PBs and we jump into 2nd place.

I wasn't expecting that!

Great work Jeremy! And brilliant back up by Steve pushing through the pain.

And Shane, more PBs!

What a great Albany week.

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
283 days ago

Well done on the PB's Morts. They are top shelf performances! Cool

Congratulations on your PB's Shane, That is a smoking nautie! Cool

 I am hoping to give you guys a nudge when the Pit Crew arrives at LG in force. Laughing 

Morts


WA
Australia
283 days ago

 

Shane that's a great Alpha & the best NM of the day, awesome what a week for you! Cool

 

Great to see & sail with you again Alby Smile Well done on a Top5 Hour especially as you looked to be gybing around the carpark area which shortens the run up a fair bit & you are still fidling with set-up.

 

Steve thanks for hanging in there even though your arms were saying stop! we're knackered!

 

 

 

 

Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
283 days ago

well done Shano on the PBs CoolCool, good stuff team, few nibbles to push us up the ranking ... oh yes Tongue out

(mu-) fin


WA
Australia
283 days ago

 

   Nice going on them PBs,!!!!  again Shane & Morts... well done,  Cool   

       

STROPPO


WA
Australia
283 days ago

Welldone fellars and nice going on the pb's Shane and JeremyCoolCool

Stretch


WA
Australia
283 days ago
Congrats on the PBs Shane and Jeremy 👍
evets


WA
Australia
282 days ago

Photos by Shane on 2 2 18, the day of Sam and Hardies NM PBs..... great work Shane Cool

 Shane missed the action 2 seconds later when the eagle caught and ate SteveInnocent

 

 

Alby heading into an alpha

and again

 

And now a guess what happens next, a 2 photo sequence!

 

fangman


WA
Australia
282 days ago

^ Gold :-) 

The eagle was probably just after a high protein, low fat snack when he picked on Steve. 

SluGger


WA
Australia
282 days ago
Nice work again guys, awesome Pbs 😎😎and love the pics especially the last 😂
PJ


WA
Australia
281 days ago

Shane and Morts grats on your PB'sCool To many to keep track of! Keep it up!!

STROPPO


WA
Australia
281 days ago
Great pics 😎
evets


WA
Australia
281 days ago

These are but a few of the great photos Shane took on the 2nd Feb. At the original 8MB the quality is remarkably better than shown here, holding a 600mm lens still is quite a skill. I believe Shane was sitting in his van with the lens resting on the window sill.

 

evets


WA
Australia
281 days ago

Which numbers changed when you used Realspeed Elmo?

Morts


WA
Australia
281 days ago

 

Some great photos there Shane.

 

Steve I think the Alpha is the big change, I remember thinking when I saw the original post that it seemed very low for the way Elmo was gybing out there. None I saw ended up like the photographic evidence above Wink

 

 

Firiebob


WA
Australia
281 days ago

Ripper PB's guys, big congrats Cool

Elmo


WA
Australia
281 days ago

G'day Steve, the main change was the alpha, the realspeed 2.001 just wouldn't calculate any of them without a stop in the middle for some bizare reason beyond a mere muppet. Some minor changes to a couple of other numbers (slightly down on original).

Thanks for the photo's and associated mocking, Photo's from either Thurs or friday.

If you look carefully you'll notice I'm still hooked in, hence why I'm so close to the boom, that was a double rehook on that gybe. Interesting to see the spray being blown back.