Lake Macquarie (NSW, Australia) - 2018-04-28
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Belly25
17.825(D)
16.37(D)
7.431(D)
10.948(D)
13.057(D)
20.226(D)
Bruce Healey
30.139(D)
29.097(D)
13.574(D)
19.926(D)
26.993(D)
69.092(D)
Mick Saunders
20.214(D)
18.512(D)
7.463(D)
0(D)
11.941(D)
16.32(D)
Tibor
28.555(D)
26.914(D)
10.267(D)
17.683(D)
24.581(D)
35.303(D)
James Farley
18.7(D)
17.505(D)
7.459(D)
9.542(D)
13.102(D)
24.965(D)
Ian Wright
29.255(D)
27.304(D)
11.589(D)
17.027(D)
24.394(D)
45.644(D)
Greg Kiskarpati
Big Tom
nick0
Byron Mcilveen
John Pearce
rus13b
Glenn Rumford
Steve Walsh
Andrew Haigh
adamhatfield
Hugh
Ben Turner
Murray Towndrow
Cluffy
sboardcrazy
Bear
Nige Watts
Timbotto
mick13B
Woody
katelyn
Brent Hopkins
Craig Forbes
Average29.7028.2012.5818.8025.7957.37
Belly25 (5039km):
177 days ago
2 categories

Rathies, NSW, AU. Chopper Naish F. Much improved. 



Bruce Healey (16829km):
177 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Another good day. I went out early to try for distance James but the wind got dodgy. RS3, 6.6, 26 fin

 



Mick Saunders (7188km):
177 days ago

Marmong Point, NSW, AU SE 15 knts for the first race then eased during the second. Only four of us today. Forgot my mast to suite the 8.4 however the 6.6 was fun to sail on a formula board. 

formula 159 deb 70 sailworks nx 6.6 m



Tibor (9525km):
177 days ago

Main thing is that we are all having a good time!



James Farley (10424km):
177 days ago

Marmong Point, NSW, AU

Exocet RF91, TR8 7.6, Naish Foil - Wind SSE 12-15 knots

Great afternoon at Marmong.  Probably did more foiling/air time today than the last 12 months combined.  Moving the mast track right to the back made a huge difference, as did having a decent amount of power in the sail.  Felt really well balanced today.   

Did 2 races with the formula guys on 9.5s.  My upwind angle was good but downwind its tricky to keep the board in the water.   Good to see Adam H, Tom, Mick, Baz, Lyndon, Jacko and Al sailed his new WallyLT down from Marks Point.

Well done Burrum crew, good on you for trying to improve our distance score.  Hopefully some wind for you tomorrow.

 

 



Ian Wright (6743km):
177 days ago

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU

Another good day at the Burrrum Windfest. With variable conditions and a few surprises. Wind squal with rain and a shallow sand bar.(YEP the one we are all told about at briefingsSurprisedEmbarassed) Over the handle bars and only damage was broken boom clamp rope. Temporary fix then back to shore for repairs.

Fanatic Ray 102, Severne 7m R6 Overdrive, Select S1 33cm. Wind was south ??? 10-15ish and a brief 20+.

Should have had  better results but missed the best conditions after my mishap.



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