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|Brent Hopkins |
|Lyds (10208km): |
Belmont Bay (Slipways), NSW, AU Foil evo, 7.0 CA160 - lovely day out on the pond PB Alpha for me, heaps out all over the lake.
|Ant-man (6517km): |
Coal Point, NSW, AU. Naish Foil 4.8 Hucker. Another awesome session. I think Ive finally found the settings I like best for a bit of everything foiling. Rain killed the session but pretty knackered anyway. Moths in training, Nick has to be the fastest foil learner ever, Nicole looks better every session, Andy his usual consistent impressive self.
|Tibor (12341km): |
Gosford, NSW, AU
This was one of the best we have had in a while. Enough breeze but not too much till the end but even then quite manageable. . Love my new little 6m foilglide. Again with the Supercruiser.. Four of us out having a good time.
|Andrew Haigh (32436km): |
Coal Point, NSW, AU, Southerly 12-20
Mistral Explosion, then Stingray, Whisperer and 5.5m.
Followed Nicole around for a while, then chased Nick around on his new foil set up. I thought Hugh was a fast learner but Nicko is incredible.
This was his second day out. I didn't see him fall off once, upwind, downwind, gybes the lot. His tracks would be similar to mine.
|Bostonfoil (12798km): |
Valentine, NSW, AU
JPHF 135 GTR+ foil SS7.0
S 10-20kts- A touch more wind than yesterday and a touch lumpier. Plenty out at Valo.
|mick13B (1387km): |
Marmong Point, NSW, AU
sb ff 150 gtr foil 6.6m
no where near as good as yesturday but fun any way
|Mick Saunders (8693km): |
Marmong Point, NSW, AU Gusty 10-15 knt southerly. More practice required to work out this little bundle of joy.
SS130 76 wing ezzy 6.0
|Chopper (165km): |
Coal Point, NSW, AU Mistral Explosion, Retro 6.5
For Sue ;) - 2nd time on new board - a bit happier this time.
I had trouble getting out past the non-windy bit, so Andrew sailed my gear to the point (where it is windier) and I was able to get going a bit better. (I like NE'ers better, I think).
I found out today, that not only can I not sail upwind, but i'm no good downwind either. Technique - sit on board while it gets blown into shore - Winner! That floaty bit is part of my distance PB! (as well as walking along the shore to meet Andrew).
Still no real control when planing, but starting to see progress.
|Tim Ford (8857km): |
Southery up and down, choppy but great to be out.
JP SS 124 - NP Hellcatt 6.7
|James Farley (11759km): |
Marmong Point, NSW, AU
Exocet RF91, TRX 7.0, Starboard Race 900 - Wind S 12-15 knots
Fun southerly at marmong. I had some spare time, so decided to do a bit of a long distance run (for me!) up the lake. Made it to Toronto sailing club, was almost tempted to walk up to the cafe on the foreshore and order a coffee. Good fun and loved cruising around on the foil.