Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2020-06-29
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Rocky
27.834(D)
25.225(D)
14.37(D)
19.099(D)
19.372(D)
56.513(D)
ratz
30.431(D)
27.664(D)
5.149(D)
15.124(D)
18.315(D)
13.625(D)
fangy
29.936(D)
27.4(D)
11.38(D)
6.737(D)
24.889(D)
42.242(D)
Lombok
29.249(D)
27.156(D)
13.18(D)
14.644(D)
24.079(D)
63.075(D)
Hardie
Decrepit
Binny
Bugs
Bender
Elmo
Firiebob
man of
Sammy the snail
evets
SluGger
Basil
PJ
otts
Stretch
Oaf
Man Over Board
(Flyin-) fin
Shane121
WazzaYotty
Morts
Mad Max
TOBYchef
Jonski
Swindy
Auz
waricle
Greggo
Frank
Rayman
Hammer
The Scud
Average30.1827.5313.7817.1124.4859.79
Rocky (420km):
6 days ago
2 categories

Mad swirls today :)

 

Shoalwater, WA, AU



ratz (10435km):
6 days ago

Glory Holes, Australind, WA, AU

gloryholes at its best.....

messy as hell as the fronts came through

getting a bit soft in my old age as flat out keeping the board on the water.

called it early before i hurt myself

dave and vic still out having fun ?

not the day for slalom board and a race sail.

used a 102 rrd x fire with a 29 mxr weedy and a 5.6 severne reflex.



fangy (18735km):
6 days ago

 

The Scud and I chucked in at Wamba Rd at about lunchtime. He was keen to try out the new-to-him RRD Red Rooter coupled with a leftover tail fin from Virgin Australia’s fleet. I was keen to see wherever he was gonna get burg smashed. The Scud blasted off first and as per usual we got over there in next to no time. The river mouth moguls were brutal, but the mid estuary chop lines were big enough to be good fun running down for what seemed like ages.

 

I went the Barge II and Koncept 6.6, FF24. I was worried about being skunked a long way from home, so had to suffer being on a board that too big for the conditions for the privilege of knowing I could float home. The other big drawback was by the time I caught up to the Scud again, the Red Rooter had already struck a decent blow. Unfortunately, our family Miss Universe contestant was starting to look like the Elephant Man, having been on the receiving end of a decent burg induced catapult.  The Red Rooter hadn’t escaped unscathed either and was now sporting a flesh wound on the nose too. By crikey, I was bloody annoyed to have missed that carnage. But I didn’t let it ruin the arvo. Huey did a decent job and I generally just sailed until I was too shagged at the end of each run and had to sit down for a little Nanna nap. I am obscenely low on sailing fitness.

 

Come mid arvo I was as empty as a leso’s battery pack and looking to scoot back home. I waited for a squall to arrive and tried to ride it home. The Scud had the same idea and I followed him home until I got about halfway, when a bullet then tested the what strength I had left. The Scud powered through it. I got smacked and flattened like a dropped pancake. Happily, I discovered  I was standing on the spoil island, so I just had the wait for a minute or two and then rejoined the chase. 

 

After a hectic crash and bash back, we congratulated ourselves on timing it absolutely perfectly, as Huey disappeared for tea and scones somewhere. Unfortunately the Scud has killed my Canmore and so is GPS-less until the Motion loggers arrive, however his Garmin gave him a 30 plus max and the Red Rooter Mantle of Supremacy has come to pass…

 

Still a Top Ten Fangy day tho..:-)

 

 



Lombok (3001km):
6 days ago
3 categories

Sailed Leschenault using wave gear

Plenty of crew on the water enjoying the gustsSmile



Comments
Stretch


WA
Australia
6 days ago

Nice work guys Cool  Wind gods dilevered today eh Vic

fangy


WA
Australia
6 days ago

Strewth Vic - good to see you giving the ribs time to heal.SurprisedLaughing

BSN101


WA
Australia
6 days ago

Vic the Machine