Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2019-11-13
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
cookie
41.865(D)
39.086(D)
7.373(D)
24.846(D)
14.767(D)
14.289(D)
Steve Charles
37.242(D)
31.061(D)
8.164(D)
17.278(D)
18.939(D)
15.119(D)
Dave Morehead
41.056(D)
37.621(D)
9.068(D)
16.469(D)
17.342(D)
17.559(D)
Will
32.324(D)
30.112(D)
16.305(D)
22.183(D)
22.98(D)
38.78(D)
TGale
27.774(D)
24.645(D)
3.882(D)
7.496(D)
11.487(D)
7.323(D)
Al Bach
Bear
Anthony Perkins
Izaak Perkins
Stewart McKay
James Brient
Jordan Murray
Gordo
Richard CS
Johno
Jack
Ray Thorne
Jason
Tom
Fubbs
Paul Tenteye
Geoff Broomby
Jez
Easty
Anthony Houston
Kaleb Smith
Kazza
Marlon
Russell Dowd
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Ben Wilson
Waynos
Klaas Hartmann
geared4knots
Liana Perkins
Corkers
veitz
Shorty
Matt Webster
Jules
Johnny
Al
Parky
Ferg
Barry
Hughie
Sampson
Breno
Fletcher
Todd Sushames
Jimmy
Dave Jack
Old Man Steve
Jock C
JimoKG
brad peters
DJ
Angus C
James Park
Kelso Pete
Chol
Latte
Parky jnr
NIGE
WickedP
Average41.4638.3512.6923.5120.9628.17
cookie (15558km):
33 days ago
3 categories

Stanley, TAS, AU, An early morning sail with Dave at West Inlet. Was only 12 to 15 knots when we arrived but the wind was suposed to 

pick up after low tide. We rigged up then waited more than an hour for the wind. The first runs it was WSW which was a good angle.

The wind then switched West at 25 to 35 knots which made the run a little broard and rough. Would have been easier on a smaller board and sail but no complaints.

Iso 55, Mach2 6.2, CL26W. 

 



Steve Charles (27643km):
33 days ago
1 categories

Dorans, TAS, AU. New FF97, Warp 5.4 and Z31cm SLM.

Well that was just waaaaay tooooo windy. Crazy windy, super choppy and couldnt sail for half of that short session. 



Dave Morehead (19572km):
33 days ago
1 categories

West Inlet, Stanley

iSonic 55 | MACH2 6.2 | Tribal WS 23

Another sail at West Inlet within 12hrs (evening low tide, followed by the morning low tide)!  As Cookie said, was good for the first few runs and then swung a bit too broad and increased in strengh quite a bit.  Great spot and good fun, but a bit over-powered with the 6.2 on the 76L board once the wind came in.  Tide was also coming in pretty quick, reducing the window of opportunity to work out where and how to get the best run!  Can't wait to get back though, as a great spot to sail! 

Drove back to Hobart and had another quick sail at Dorans.  Same gear but with a 5.5 as it was howling.  Well done Steve on your 37knot top spped, very gutsy in those conditions (windy-as)! 



Will (15105km):
33 days ago
Great wild FSW sail. Exocet cross 84 with 28 free ride fin. Was on the 4.7 wave Kaos when I should have been on the 4.

TGale (7749km):
32 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU    IS 76, Koncept 4.3, VDWS 27

Wild conditions today, but took it ultra-slow getting some confidence back after the big off last week. Used the Koncept for the first time, such an easy sail to handle in the wild wind, managed to resist all temptation to sheet in and power up but was still going 23 or 24 knots fully sheeted out in the gusts.



Comments
Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
33 days ago

Nice numbers cookie

Drifter


QLD
Australia
33 days ago

Wow Cookie, 3 sessions over 40 in a week!

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
33 days ago

Well done Steve, that was holwing at Dorans! 

dr cam


QLD
Australia
33 days ago

Great stuff guys ...!!!

Love that spot -so much potential .... jealous SmileCool

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
33 days ago

Great stuff Dave making the big journey from Hobart to Stanley and back. Then a short sail at Dorans in balistic conditions. Then making 2 trips to town and back from your placeCool Thats the windiest I have seen Dorans in well over a year. 

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
33 days ago

Awesome numbers again. Well done guys.

STROPPO


WA
Australia
32 days ago
Nice sesh fellars 😎😎😎😎
Kazza


TAS
Australia
32 days ago

I can't believe you guys went out on slalom gear, that is guts. I was just hanging on to my 3.5 then seeing you guys hit the water on your slalom gear amazed meSurprised

TGale


TAS
Australia
32 days ago

Yeah, Dave and Steve were taking some chances, and well done Will and Karen on some pretty gutsy sailing.  Karen, I think you were out in the windiest part of the afternoon with some 40+ knot gusts coming through (they were rocking my car around when you were sailing), it calmed down to about 35 knot gusts when the rest of us went out Tongue out

Kazza


TAS
Australia
32 days ago
Yes Tim. I was sailing along half the time sheeted right out. Had to have 5 min rests in between each lap. Clinging on with my biceps.
Sailquik


VIC
Australia
32 days ago

Great to see! Well done all! Cool

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
32 days ago
U guy are getting some nice wind great team speeds