Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2018-10-27
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
CrimsonFlash
27.992(D)
26.42(D)
12.313(D)
0(D)
21.755(D)
36.865(D)
Jase
32.929(D)
29.721(D)
12.631(D)
20.743(D)
20.275(D)
44.7(D)
JJ
19.858(T)
18.257(T)
13.607(T)
12.788(T)
16.493(T)
49.853(T)
Lunny
29.121(D)
27.731(D)
15.409(D)
18.668(D)
24.526(D)
48.658(D)
Boz
32.348(D)
31.241(D)
15.7(D)
20.911(D)
27.326(D)
44.513(D)
Kenny
30.266(D)
27.736(D)
16.764(D)
21.376(D)
24.014(D)
59.928(D)
Bunyip
24.136(T)
21.63(T)
9.645(T)
9.814(T)
13.767(T)
27.486(T)
tailwind
28.378(D)
25.406(D)
7.341(D)
19.777(D)
18.794(D)
23.028(D)
Flatchat
32.443(D)
30.43(D)
10.859(D)
17.166(D)
28.196(D)
55.651(D)
Snake
32.555(D)
28.602(D)
23.095(D)
21.609(D)
26.008(D)
54.382(D)
nebbian
Pointman
Mineral
JF
lao shi
Chris Porter
Jeff
Marcel
paddymac
Lezz
JC2
Windxtasy
Jemma
Birdman
Obelix
Grumpy
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
Ricey
WINGMAN
alistair
Sam
Youngy
GS
AC1
Hooksey
Neon Leon
Lukie
Andy
Matt
Gustenzo
Cannonball
Windmill
remery
Pacey
Woody-Mark
Average32.7430.8419.9321.4927.7657.79
CrimsonFlash (736km):
19 days ago

Cottesloe, WA, AU



Jase (2318km):
19 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU Another fun day at lucky bay with on off wind. A couple of decent gusts but it died off quickly. The sandbar took a few prisoners today, the 16 was touching unless you were planing so really shallow, but so flat. Heaps of crew out making the most of it, feels like summer. 85/6.6/16



JJ (24992km):
19 days ago

Cottesloe, WA

Downwinding wind-swells on the foil in a perfect 15-20 knot seabreeze. Crazy fun Laughing

Slingshot Time Code 68 wing    Blacktip 5m



Lunny (26460km):
19 days ago
5 categories

Windfoil, Foilville

Thought I'd made a bad decision getting out at 330 when it was 20kn plus heaps of boat traffic making the river as rough as guts.

Was much nicer around 5-530 with 15-18kn and hardly any boats. 

Glad i hung around as it was worth it.

No other windfoilers to be seen on the river though

JP HF 135, Reflex 6 6.2, NP F4 + stab ext



Boz (11721km):
19 days ago
3 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU

Fangy's Pinna trap worked like a charm today, snared the Boz Beetle in the thick week which must have been strategically placed for maximum impact. Well impact it was weedburg 1 Delta XT 18 Zero KA mast retired due to being now a three piece mast. Water levels low today but was fun even though quite draggy through the weed. Tim and myself having a fun time and I even warned him about the more clumpier bergs just before I decided to chase a gust through the weed. So if your wondering if a delta is a safe bet well not really, for 80% yes but the thicker bergs not a chance. Thankfully only gear failure and a couple of nips by the friendly blue mana's while walking through the weed to get back to the shore, thanks Tim for helping derigg the gear, nice to catch up with Fangy and Jonski even a quick chat with pacey from the pinnas.

 

Manta 61, KAR 6.3 RETIRED Delta XT 18



Kenny (9704km):
19 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Wind was light when I got on the water about 15-18 knots then started to pick up 30 minutes in. by this time the big board started to feel horrible and draggy but kept going to complete an hour. Came in and changed to the small board which felt so much better. Went for a few runs in the shallows and was tempted to follow Jase who was way up wind in the shallows. Lucky I didnt as I didnt know he had a delta fin on! A relatively constant wind for melville standards. Pleasant warm weather and nice to catch up with a few of the regulars.

6.2 reflex, futura 91 and tribal 31 ws then mistral 91 & 25 tribal ws.



Bunyip (1979km):
19 days ago
Carlisle St, Safety Bay, WA, AU

tailwind (3948km):
19 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Where has all the water gone? I was out on my big board with a 36 fin but that was touching the bottom so I switched to a 20 Delta and went and had some fun with Jase in the ankle deep stuff.

Frace 120; OD 7.0; Various fins



Flatchat (4705km):
19 days ago
2 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU

Huey again failed to turn up and also took the water with it. An interesting session on the hyper smooth carpet, with the occasional larger weedberg hidden within, as Boz would find out. Good to see Boz pick himself up after a big catapult and only break some gear this time. 

SB i87, Evo5 6.4m, Delta19.



Snake (22607km):
18 days ago

Safety Bay, WA, AU. Went for an hour sess to try to get the body back in shape a bit. Wind died off about half way through, otherwise could have been a cracker! Oh well, plenty more days to come.

Sonic85, KAR 6.3, Tribal WS 29



Comments
Firiebob


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Mr Squiggle, nice tracks JJ Cool

Lunny


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Ahh another mad foilerLaughing They are impressive tracks JJ

Wow Boz, Snot city there, shame about the mast but way better than bone breaking.

Firiebob


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Good to see no blood photos Boz Cool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
19 days ago

great speed for the foil, Lunny!

STROPPO


WA
Australia
19 days ago
Sending it Craig 😎
Snake


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Please tell me Hooksey hooked into an hour today, else my jelly legs may be in vain!!!??

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Snake, are you going to post your numbers, or just keep us in suspense?

You didn't do an hour yesterday, per chance?

fangman


WA
Australia
19 days ago

Ignore everything your read about Deltas and weed burgs down here from Boz. If you put them in with the vertical bit of the fin at the back instead of the front, they go through the weed fine.Laughing

Snake


WA
Australia
18 days ago

There wont be any flash numbers, Anita Embarassed Still so out of shape!! Wind switched off yesterday too, but was pretty lit on the 6.3 for the first half hour. This last week has been great

Boz


WA
Australia
18 days ago

Fangy so that's what I did wrong. The carnage of yesterday, 1 mast 1 favourite 2018 6.3 KA sail. Fangy I'm sure you need a 6.3 in your quiver, going cheap 12 months old handled with care low k's.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
18 days ago

Jake - I know what out of shape feels like. I am still recovering from Thursday. A couple of unplanned dismounts did not help.

Boz - I hope you have your order in for a new 6.3. We need you with a full quiver (of 2 sails)

Kenny


WA
Australia
18 days ago

Glad you're OK Boz Beetle. Save yourself for the upcoming races. By the way your sails (and boards) are lucky to last you a single season!You should seek sponsorship so that you can update half yearly!

fangman


WA
Australia
18 days ago

Good to catch up yesterday Boz. Looking at that sail again, I think we are rushing into things a bit, I reckon its still fixable with duct tape, but maybe go two layers. ..and I  am thinking we could recycle your masts into batterns Laughing

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
18 days ago

Very nice hour Jake. A pity you and Hooksey could have coordinated your efforts a bit better

Boz


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Fangy for once good advice the two layers of duct tape has worked, RDM cams changed over to SDM as I have one SDM mast that I've pulled from the cobwebs in the corner of the shed, the old faithfull (well new considering it's a 2018 sail) is back up and runningSealed For how long that's to be seen will give it a test today. 

fangman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

If you can't fix it with Duct tape, you didn't use enough Duct Tape :-)

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Boz, are the new season's 6.3s still on the boat or something?

Boz


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Anita, yes somewhere in the east at the moment, spoke to slowie haven't arrived yet in WA. My 2018 will go into repairs with Jesper after Wed As I haven't ever rigged the 2018 on a SDM it was interesting today to feel the differance, rotation was good, a more locked in power to the sail, RDM sure is a softer feel and slightly more flexi. Think I might be going down the SDM path for the 6.3