||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Sammy the snail|
|Man Over Board|
|Hardie (28559km): |
Novara, decent seabreeze started 12 to 18 kts in the end about 18 to 23kts, chop makes you feel like your going 3 to 5 knots faster, lotsa fun mst enjoyable sail since returning from north. Tabou Manta 64/98 TR9 6.3m, Pepeweed 22/48
|Swindy (5596km): |
Carlisle St, Safety Bay, WA, AU Pat FSW 86 then SL92, Trib WS27, Simmer enduro 5.9
I know the sand bars have shifted but this is rediculous.
Cant remember parking in the ocean.
Started on the FSW thinking there was enough but im a bit fatter than last time I used it so changed to the 92SL.
Good fun sail in the chop and the nice blue water. caught up with alot of the locals that I hadnt seen for ages. Could have got some better numbers with the 6.3 and a bigger fin but was nice and comfy on what I had so didnt want to change.
Might be back to SB soon with the rediculous low tides we are getting atm making Mandurah a tad dangerous.
|otts (5227km): |
Koombana Bay, WA, AU
6m Manta foil
Great session with Stroppo , Slugger foiling k bay.
Fully powered up at times.
Awersome foiling from the boyz
Water flat awersome.
|(dol-) fin (11181km): |
Another day at the weed farm, Peel, WA AU.
Yeha, Still fun in the sun and weed, with a bit of excitement thrown in, dodging weed bergs in the weeds.
Had the f2 SX-R58, Ka kon6,6 and El53/22cm skert weedy. Now gona go for a feed.
|Stretch (13566km): |
Glory Holes, Australind, WA, AU. FF89/GPS7.3/Delta21. Arrived back in Oz this morning, so off for a jetlag sail. Totally shattered now. Very low tide, but there was stilll good water, with no berg incidents. Holey wind was more the issue, couldnt maintain my pace for a full NM
|SluGger (8849km): |
Koombana Bay, WA, AU
Awesome foil with Noel and Glen, wind was pretty up there for foiling so rigged the 5.5m and managed to stay in control.
What a great spot for foiling,
Glad you had a decent sail at the local Rob, have a good sleep. could be good tomorrow for that nauti.
Nice speed in the chop Joe
|Decrepit (47144km): |
Well I'm not sure I should post, looks like the Fin has pipped me.
But it was a fun lightish session, The 6.6 on the 53 with 20cm 55d deltoid worked well.
I didn't find the low tide too disconcerting, repeated trips between the alpha markers have created a nice clear channel. I think this is the easiest way to create a faster speed route, just keep going over the same track, it seems to push the weed aside.
The NM run was still quite doable, just having to dodge the darker looking burgs.
Nice to finally meet the birdman, and have a commodore appreciation session.
|Basil (3189km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU For whatever reason my session was split into 2 files. The other file showed even more dismal speeds but atleast i can add the missing KMs.As for T3 dont rest easy.Im after you and know where you live.
Be afraid . Be very afraid.