|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Grand Master of None|
|Chris Dimond (7633km): |
Boggy Lake, SA, AU
iS107 / 7.0R7 / 39 Select
iS117W / 7.8R7 / 42 VWS
iS117W / 7.8R7 / 43 Select (pick of the combo's today)
Was meant to be another Lake George trip (for a crack at distance) but pulled out last minute. Sorry Tim.
Boggy was a blast though. Only light wind, but a chance to tune the light wind gear and sail with the usual mates.
Too much fun!
|Grand Master of None (1122km): |
Well Chris. I wasn't going to post this, but since you need to convert your post I will. Henley to Semaphore 9km downwind race ("hen2sem"). I came last. Completed in approx 90min. On JP 102 Freestylewave with the straps out. MUF 26 Slalom fin, and my Ezzy Cheetah 5.5. This combo was a disaster. Sail did not talk to board :(. I should have rigged the 5.3 wave sail. I gave up trying to plane 2km into the race. A 9km downwind race not a good time to start experimenting. Forecast wind 15-20kt. Reality: 0-10, with the occational 15knot puff. Inside very ON/OFF, and the Henley Beach shore break was murder in 0 knots. I also invaded a "little nippers" Surf Live Saver race at Grange Jetty. Thanks to my parents who watched on and their thoughts and prayers.
The Squadron Admiral tuning his gear:
|Kimba (6883km): |
A distance session was the plan but the wind had other ideas. I arrived to see Toby and his mate coming back to shore so I rigged large with the hope that it would fill in. I had a few nice runs to try out the Lessacher Duo Weed 36 which I bought new 5 years ago and haven't used. It did everything well and had no problems planing through the thick weed on the surface. When slogging through the weed it would build up a certain amount and then jump over and dump the bale. Ended up taking 3hrs to sail 30km.
Lake George, SSW 5-15
HD 83 - E5 8.6 - Duo Weed 36