Double Demerits (NSW, Australia) - 2018-10-05
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Andrew
30.721(D)
27.032(D)
14.67(D)
20.184(D)
20.822(D)
57.445(D)
Jules
27.476(D)
24.485(D)
10.669(D)
17.801(D)
15.406(D)
24.578(D)
Jethrow
Karl
Waiting4wind
Laff77
Peter (Wineman)
Adrian Vos
Roar
Carol
AlfaMale
Sparky
Artur Kowalski
Cheeky Monkey
powersloshin
Remi Dunoyer
Nigel
Barks
Palleaon
Slalomfreak
Dean Seal
Starboard64
Erik
D
Rico
Lucdown
Rodskeg
Greg Kay
Average29.1025.7612.6718.9918.1141.01
Andrew (10631km):
69 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU || 12-25kt SSW/S || 94i, 5.6OD, 18 Delta XT

A few rain squalls to sting the eyes and definitely not the consistancy forecasted, but it was still heaps of fun. Nicely powered for quite a while with the 5.6, and first go of the 18cm XT which gave much better access to the shallows (compared to the 20cm I'm used to anyway) - big thanks to Gareth at the Windsurfing Shop. Finally managed to crack the 30/20 2sec/Alpha combo.... about time!

Nice to see some of the Budgie and Lake M crew - Matt, Geoff, Andrew H and Rick M there too.



Jules (1067km):
69 days ago

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU. S/SSE. 20-25kn. 92L JP FSW, 5.3m wavesail. Crazy weather!! from relatively clear to driving horizontal rain, at one point cloud was so low could not see the runway, could barely even see the water at time!! Still found some great ramps and hit almost 28 knots with my eyes closed to keep the rain out! Kept runs short as noone else out.



Comments
Matt D


NSW
Australia
69 days ago
Looking good out there today Andrew!
Jules


NSW
Australia
69 days ago

Andrew, great stats on a challenging day. Well done on breaking the 30/20 combo!!

Barks


NSW
Australia
68 days ago

Way to go Andrew! Nice speed and cornering. 

Brave late arvo sail Jules. Would have felt a bit lonely out in the middle with poor visibility. Thought there would have been the regular B&J crowd out there yesterday?

powersloshin


NSW
Australia
68 days ago

You are very brave Jules !