The Pit Crew (VIC, Australia) - 2018-06-17
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Vonpat
31.387(D)
27.566(D)
10.963 [PB](D)
0(D)
23.897 [PB](D)
27.182(D)
kato
33.162(D)
30.242(D)
20.637(D)
21.916(D)
26.515(D)
38.277(D)
Sailquik
35.751(D)
33.505(D)
16.084(D)
22.602(D)
28.712(D)
40.612(D)
Isaac
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
Matthew Robertson
Shelby
Seahorse
Nic R
Spotty
Mr Love
Mal Wright
Tom Chalko
Peter Johnston
Stuart Eustice
Ado
Mal Faulkner
Pip (Old codger)
Brad
Chinaman
Dazzer
Schoolie
Tempest
supernan
SeaSkip
Dirty harry
Tiges
Johndog
Bradman
Hajime
Dazman
Average34.4631.8718.3622.2627.6139.44
Vonpat (337km):
99 days ago

Primbee, NSW.

Finall beat Issac! Laughing



kato (25100km):
99 days ago
5 categories

Inverloch, VIC, AU

It took 4 attempts to get wet today. Started out at 8am at The Pit with Ado. Not a lot of wind with the tide starting to turn (10/15kts) and just not speed sailing conditions......bloody cold tooWink. A quick check on the BOM and Invy had 15/20, so back we went. Invys 15/20 looked more like 10/20 so the motivation was very low and a coffee stop was called back at my place, Ado bailed out and did the long drive back to the smokey city. Did a surf check in the arvo.....crap and the wind had picked up again. Quick run home and grab the trailer and head for Invy for a play in the Inlet on the incoming tide.

Must have been on drugs or I should have, roughest runs down the Inlet I've seen in a long time. Very hard to find much flat water, large swell coming down the channels, wash off the rocks and wind swell from the other direction made it tough. Did some long runs to A45 in search of a better line, just found worse pyramids. Got a few nice jumps in though Laughing gave my knees a rest from the pounding.

Once again I'm impressed in the pounding that the CA can take without folding underneath me, thanks James Smile

Ca52,Vemon 30, Koncept 6.6



Sailquik (17371km):
99 days ago
6 categories

Primbee, NSW

The wind blew dogs off chains during the night! Surprised

7am and it was a steady 20 knots.

Went for Coffee and arrived back at around 9.30am with about half a doxen cars and people rigging. Wind now 20-25 knots on the shore, possibly more in the gusts out on the lake. Rigged 5.4m and 5.2m.

Went out at about midday on the 5.4m with JP54 (70L) slalom. Pretty nicely powered. A few lulls where I was marginal, and some gusts where I was FULLY lit. Too choppy to bearaway and push with full confidence in the big gusts so most were a bit half hearted. Embarassed

Sailed for about 2 hrs and has had enough. It is quite tiring being on the edge all the time and not being able to relax. Hats off the the local who have it wired and went all day! Cool

I wore my 4/3mm wettie today and was glad of it. Laughing But it was still a LOT milder than down south!

Great day with a great bunch of enthusiastic windsurfers! 

JP54 slalom, 2017 KA Koncept 5.4m. Lessacher 20cm Bull Duo Rake 40.



Isaac (9280km):
99 days ago
Done

Comments
sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
99 days ago

Cripes did the whole team come up ? 😁

kato


VIC
Australia
99 days ago

Well done everyone, much warmer up there I think. Great to get some sessions on the board for this month Laughing

Pip (Old codger)


VIC
Australia
99 days ago
Much kudos on your pbs vonpat. More on the way me thinks. 👍👍
Sailquik


VIC
Australia
99 days ago

PB's Vonpat! Just not the one you had hoped for. Congratulations! Cool

You got a great buy on the 4.9m Marilyn! Laughing 

Gerry


NSW
Australia
99 days ago

Was great to catch up with you guys at Primbee , hopefully we will see ya's up here again soon . Cheers Gerry

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
99 days ago

A well rounded set of numbers Gary! Laughing

Ado


VIC
Australia
98 days ago

At least you got a sail in Craig. There's no smoke in Balnarring Beach! Wink

Jetlag


NSW
Australia
98 days ago
Great to meet you all. Safe travels!!!