ACT Gustbusters (NSW, Australia) - 2018-04-15
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
NBR
31.267(D)
28.829(D)
9.793(D)
17.096(D)
25.029(D)
28.28(D)
Brenden
30.112(T)
27.572(T)
0(T)
19.105(T)
16.434(T)
7.275(T)
Keef
31.344(D)
29.683(D)
1.45(D)
0(D)
24.741(D)
20.609(D)
Mudskipper
Bristol
Ian Knight
Samuel Brain
Paul Dorsett
SkindupTruk
FormulaNova
Jeff Maitland
Jase
KA360
AUS2001
Anna
troll
mick
Pete
Geezer
rob
AUS3111
Ben Flood
Troll
Rhys
craig cole
rick
Brooksy
Sam
road runner
Tricky Dicky
Peter Berckelman
Gav
Dezza
Kye
nikipiki
Andrew
Tony Polony
AUS-8
AUS-81
Peanut (Liam)
MATT
COZA12
Matty Nix
Geoff
Average31.3129.265.6218.1024.8924.44
NBR (8854km):
124 days ago
2 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU 80 lt Naish sp 6m Ezzy 20cm KBNS. What a brutal session, it was survival mode out there today. Stepped on what I think was a Fortesque fish with both feet so was in a fair bit of pain for a while.Thanks Terry for the good oil. I think it flattened out and dropped a bit after I left but was not keen on hanging around, seems like winter has arrived with the water temp dropping and the westerly with a bit of a chill to it.Thanks Keef for the loan of the board, it was very hard not to load it into my van.Laughing



Brenden (6216km):
124 days ago
4 categories

Paradise Beach, NSW, AU Manta 61 / NOA 5.8 / BD22



Keef (13269km):
124 days ago
1 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU  packed the small hand bag today to avoid damage and carnage , on the water by 9am with the 6.4 and jp50 speed board but didn't turn on both gps  units Frown wind picked up to over 30nts  so rigged the evo6 5.0, waited around with Nigel untill he had to leave to go fishing , the tide dropped and Primbee turned on it's magic , no big numbers but in the end a great dayWink



Comments
Gav


NSW
Australia
124 days ago
Well done mate in those conditions
Dezza


NSW
Australia
123 days ago
Sounds painful Nigel
nudie


NSW
Australia
123 days ago

Nigel I hope your feeling better this morning.. Well done to you all in tackling that extreme conditions yesterday.