||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Geoffrey Two Dogs|
|Ben Flood (3558km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU
94 Carbon Art, 20cm XT-50 Delta, 6.6 Gaastra Nitro5
got off the water...then the wind decided it was game on, guess i'll just have to go back one day
The Nitro 6.6 now has my 2sec, 5x10sec, alpha and nm PBs...not bad for a 2005 sail without its cams, a mast sleve full of holes and a replaced panel
|Gav (2505km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU great arvo on the water with the gustbusters and speedsters north 5.7 warp ca 64 and ca53 a lot of waiting for wind should of rigged bigger
|NBR (10366km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU Naish sp 5m KA 20 cm Keef weed. A far more enjoyable day than yesterday great to catch up with gusties, speedsters and those from further north.
|Brenden Dunn (7738km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU Manta 61 / NOA 6.4 - 5.8 / BDweed 22
Average day up North, standard numbers.
|Tony Polony (8355km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU
Patrik Slalom 100 & 87 / M1 6.2 / Vector DSW 27 & 23
Top day on the water with car parking an absolute premium. Forgot to book my spot so was forced into the overflow spot
Got there at around 1030 and it was pretty much nuking. Rigged the 5.0 but it then dropped. So rolled out the brand new Mach1 6.2. Rigged to specs, couple of turns on a few of the battens and she was good to go! Man, what an amazing sail. Super light on the water, great locked in shape and an absolute pleasure to rotate.
Was about to call it a day until Floody mentioned that he had a 37.7 knot peak. That of course put me on a mission and pretty quickly scored a bullet that worked well.
Paul (I think that's his name) was out with his DJI Phantom and was getting some real nice shots of me fully powered up. Anyway, a small cavitation of the fin and "BANG" he hits the new M1 sail . Noting that a bit of tape and a sticker will fix so all is good!
|rob (2385km): |
Primbee, NSW, AU.another difficult day.at least better than yesterday.must of been a record number of cars in the car park
|Dezza (11924km): |
A saturday westerly at primbee with lots of great sailors on the water, and a big turn out of team-gusties. As I drove over ther windang bridge around 9.30 it was full-on windy with white caps and spray, and a few windsurfers already out flying, Gezza on fire and Tezza without his helmet. So rigged for the conditions that were there and of course the wind then dropped, and was of- on for rest of session but still plenty of fun. Great to see everyone. And plenty warm in 3/2 wettie and BARE FEET
Big congrats to Ben on your PB's!! And to TP, great speed but an injured brand new mach one on its first outing, that sail had got character lines early in its life. Thanku keef for the fins back from maintenance and ready for more winter action.
80l isonic, mach 1 5.0 (too small), keef delta and keef filet