Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2019-03-13
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Flatchat
32.863(D)
29.536(D)
15.691(D)
19.107(D)
22.434(D)
43.249(D)
Kenny
29.92(D)
27.152(D)
18.848(D)
20.166(D)
21.411(D)
45.787(D)
Lunny
35.955(D)
34.069(D)
21.486(D)
24.602(D)
30.498(D)
123.459(D)
Boz
32.332(D)
30.645(D)
13.899(D)
21.987(D)
22.063(D)
87.837(D)
Pointman
29.047(D)
27.568(D)
20.12(D)
21.522(D)
24.739(D)
66.782(D)
Windtech
33.978(D)
32.632(D)
19.023(D)
21.309(D)
30.94 [PB](D)
80.145(D)
Cannonball
32.47(D)
30.177(D)
13.565(D)
22.583(D)
23.706(D)
25.222(D)
SRS73
29.822(D)
28.209(D)
14.487(D)
15.777(D)
25.575(D)
70.223(D)
Woody-Mark
34.453(D)
33.073(D)
15.59(D)
23.245(D)
27.405(D)
71.354(D)
nebbian
Mineral
lao shi
Chris Porter
Jeff
Marcel
paddymac
Snake
JC2
Windxtasy
Jemma
Birdman
scarrgo
Jonah
JJ
Ricey
WINGMAN
Bunyip
Sam
AC1
Hooksey
Lukie
Andy
tailwind
Gustenzo
Windmill
remery
Pacey
Jase
CrimsonFlash2
Antman
Average35.2033.5720.8023.9230.72105.65
Flatchat (6168km):
70 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Yeah - finally on the board for March. Pretty good breeze after an up and down forecast. Good to catch up with a couple of Pinnas, Boz and Ben and a few other locals, enjoying what must be the last few seabreezes of this summer. Quite flat for Melville, with lots of dolphins hanging about and avoid (right Boz). Started on the big gear, before changing down a board size. Tried the 7.8m on the FF98 and can't say there's alot of love here. To much spin outs. A bigger fin might have been the go. 

SB i107 & FF98, Evo 98 7.8m, CL sl38 & Tribal wsp 29



Kenny (11294km):
70 days ago

Majestic Point, WA, AU

A good day to try out the new sail and boom. Heaps of yachts out made it very bumpy. Finished after an hour and the wind dropped soon after. You really have to time it right this time of year on the river.

6.2 overdrive, sonic 85, 27 sting weedy



Lunny (31675km):
70 days ago
5 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Got the word from Woody the wind whisperer that company at liptons would be welcome.

What a great choice it was. Pretty cruisey at the start with just enough wind to deliver smiles on the 137 then it picked up

quite nicely for a solid sesh on the 112/64

Some great company out there. Great to meet Kato.

Loving the Windtech 64, she did well today.

M137, Tribal ws 35, Windtech 64/112, Tribal ws 29, SV Mach2 7.0



Boz (16485km):
70 days ago
2 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Dodge em Dolphin was the name of the game today, aborted several runs to bypass the school of dolphins who where having heaps of fun schooling fish, fun sail today compared to the last couple times with not enough wind. Should have rigged the 6.3 as the Pryde 7.0 just didn't feel powerful enough wanted a heap more wind where as the 6.3 would have been in it's element. Water flat enough for better speeds had the fin flying but just not there with the sail.

Drops Pryde 7.0



Pointman (14442km):
70 days ago
1 categories

Pelican Point, WA, AU

Fun sesh on the big gear...M137 + 8.4 TR8 + 44 Vector Volt.

Pretty powered up when I first got on the water at 4:30, but I figured it would drop off (it did eventually) so I hung in there.

Had a crack at an hour, but despite being on the verge of over-powered for a good chunk of it I still managed to find a few big holes Undecided

Finished off with some fun drags with Mike and Chris, until the cramps got the better of me. Great sesh. Cool



Windtech (5307km):
70 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

What a great day. Dropped off Basil's new 57 (he's a Mobster) , had lunch with him, and then went to Liptons which is a new spot for me. Had the great pleasure of catching up with Joe Presti ( Hardie) who I last saw in about nineteen hundred and ninety seven. Met a few others and then had a great sail with Craig and Mark.... bloody fantastic.

WindTech 57 , 6.3 Ka , 20 Fangy 



Cannonball (5810km):
70 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Too short but very sweet sail. Think I got the best of the wind, could have gone with a smaller board and fin. Good to see Tim overpowered and Boz dodging the dolphins. 

Reflex 7M, f2sx 105L, 38cm leading edge weedy



SRS73 (1701km):
70 days ago
1 categories

Pelican Point, WA, AU

Started out patchy around 1:30 but made it to Pt Walter. A few decent gusts on the run back to Peli and then it filled in nicely. Fully powered on the 7.7 by the end. Solid numbers sailing at Peli and the competition is on for parking spots now that Uni has returned.

RRD X-Fire 108, S2 Venom 7.7, 36 fin



Woody-Mark (2819km):
69 days ago
2 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A delayed upload. Thanks Lunny for the loaning the cable. Tried the 81 Manta for the 3rd time with the 7.1 Vapor and a 25 wp fin which was a heap of fun.  Changed to the Manta 66 as the wind came in. Fun times with Craig, Neil and some local mobsters. 



Comments
JJ


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Awesome foil session - nice 22 knots, stoked to have a decent seabreeze in March.

 

Slingshot 105    TC68   Blacktip 5m (should have rigged the 4m)

 

Elmo


WA
Australia
70 days ago

That's an awefull lot of wibbly wobbly lines there JJCool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Lovely session Lunny. I hope the backup was good, or were you the backup?

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Fun sail Lunny. Canít find my gps cable to upload my session but was going at least 40 knots 😃
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

I hope that cable turns up!

 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

This is turning out to be a very handy session. Keep those scores coming!

fangy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Noice one Neil, Its the new reality, a road trip = PB (just ask Woody) Laughing

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Congrats Neil 👍
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Neil... and a PB as well, and improved our scores in 5 out of 6 categories and boosted us ahead of the Mandurah Mob. Yes, it was a great day.

That's a very nice naughty for an ordinary day. I hope more of the Mandurah Mob buy your boards. It seems the only time we get you down to the fabled flatwater of the south.

Pointman, good work on the hour!

Woody, I am very keen for you to find that cable.

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Donít hold your breath Anita. You did see the smily face after my comment 😃
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Not expecting a 40 but hoping for a good alpha and distance...?

Cannonball


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Congrats Neil. Must be good to get a 30+ naughty PB without adding racking up more k's in the van. 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

I guess we'd better get Kenny to check that no roundabouts were involved Laughing

Lunny


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Nice naughty Neil. Some good numbers from the crew for an average forecast on a work day.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

How strong did the wind get at Liptons?

Kenny


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Congrats Neil. Looks like a legit Nauti on water and not on the drive back to perth. Cool

Pointman


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Nice mile Neil. Liptons is a magic spot to sail aint it Wink

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
70 days ago

great work team, improving in 5 out of 6 categories today and boosting us up the ladder Smile

Boz


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Well done Neil, nice numbers all around, great upturns Lunny and cannonball.
Windtech


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Oh very funny everybody... and thanks. Congrats to all, hope you  had fun. 

Not sure about wind strength Anita, maybe 20 ish , not powered up and could have had a 7m so yep 20 and a bit??

Yeah nice spot Greg, I reckon with a bit of wind you could get some good Nm's

Boz


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Neil with a bit more wind pushing the car along Iím sure you can do a better NM😁
Windtech


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Up yours Boz...Laughing

Flatchat


WA
Australia
70 days ago
Well done on a Liptons PB Neil. Always makes the drive abit more worthwhile.
Basil


WA
Australia
70 days ago

Good work Neil. It looked like a windtech convention at Liptons.

Windtech


WA
Australia
69 days ago

Go Woody. I think you just lifted the team.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
69 days ago

Thanks Woody. Improved our scores further.

You can buy spare cables at Surf sail Australia if you need one

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
69 days ago
Good to hear Neil. Permission to crack a beer 👍 Got one today thanks Anita.