FNQ Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2020-10-17
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Billy
28.196(D)
25.935(D)
17.704(D)
15.458(D)
22.75(D)
51.644(D)
Gaz
28.26(D)
26.9(D)
18.12(D)
17.85(D)
25.43(D)
36.51(D)
Benny McCarthy
27.369(D)
26.014(D)
18.113(D)
15.911(D)
25.473(D)
56.058(D)
Snorkel962
23.991(D)
22.384(D)
0(D)
14.755(D)
21.888(D)
18.325(D)
Trojan
21.833(D)
20.311(D)
0(D)
14.069(D)
17.402(D)
12.823(D)
Pete C
17.366(D)
16.14(D)
10.495(D)
8.544(D)
13.304(D)
46.557(D)
Geoff Ringe
Troppo
Herby
Rowdy
Sailpilot
dr cam
Rossco
Sausage
Hoppybob
Kel
Regs
Freddy Burke
Locky
Peter AUS466
Al
Eddy
Flying Dutchman
Luca Sansalone
Pacman
Squid Lips
Toody
Sharyn
James
Richard Reynolds: Rico
Jason
Billy Green Island
Dave
Cootharabean
Richo
Andrew
Brynoz
Ian
Flashman
Bindi
Kiera
Islandboydaz
boxy
binny
Alvadave
Pencil Neck
Average28.2326.4618.1216.8825.4553.85
Billy (9648km):
12 days ago

Holloways Beach, QLD, AU

I was finally allowed out for a play date with B2 Laughing. Sensational arfternoon at the mud pit with a noice 13/15 kt breeze blowin, so up went the big hanky and out we went. What a cracking spring day. We must have had some really high tides whilst I was away, because the drop onto the beach almost required a ladder Surprised. Heaps of sand missing. Anyways, back to matters at hand - sailing. The first hr was just a delight, then it started building and by the time I decided to not take any more risks in damaging equipment, i reckon it had built to a very noice 18kt's.

Gaz hit the water as we were exiting and it was a pleasure to see him in action and enjoying himself. Super stoked with that session. That 28 was as maxed out as I could get Big Woody. Super happy in the lighter conditions with that speed.

Used: Motion, Big Woody Futura 124, 46 Tribal Mk1, 9.4 ODM2 - loved it. B2 should post some nice numbers as well.



Gaz (13949km):
12 days ago

Holloways, IS117, Koncept 6.6, big fin, 5-15 knots.

Borrowed Freddys BIG board and had a surpisingly nice sail.

Would take a few sessions to work out how to get the best out of it.

Wind was very up and down with some big holes but kept planing most of the time.

* Small sail/big board works well for our conditions.



Benny McCarthy (6853km):
12 days ago

Holloways Beach, QLD, AU  Fun little outing with B1 off the mudpit!  Great to have some company for a change!! Cool

 Light to begin with...  B1 followed me, then I followed B1 then B1 followed me, etc. etc.  Wind strengthened throughout the sesh with some patches of up to about 18kn towards the end.  Water clarity out wide was just superb- such a beautiful sunny afternoon in tropical paradise!

Gaz rocked up for the late shift as we were derigging and looked good on Freddy's fat Isonic heading straight upwind!

Big Woody Futura has now been returned to home, but not before being cleverly navigated to nab me on the 2 sec by it's rider today! Laughing  Some close numbers between us with the exception of the NM... Wink  

Used the Jag 125, Severne 8.6 M2, 48 Venom

"Long May our Big Jibs Draw!"   



Snorkel962 (9810km):
12 days ago

Late afternoon sesh as the wind faded. F-race 140, 7.8. Noice



Trojan (5999km):
12 days ago

Mackay, QLD, AU

Wasn't planning on getting a sail with 12 knts on arrival, but with thought I would keep gordon company with his SLW. Started as a slog, but got a couple of more knots and turned out a nice sail. 12-16kNts, Barn Door, 8.5 Ezzy Lion, 46 Tribal. Lots of stingrays around, thats the problem when water is clear.



Pete C (96087km):
12 days ago
3 categories

Lake Cootharaba, Light wind cruise on Lt.



Comments
Eddy


QLD
Australia
12 days ago
Nice sailing guys. 👍