Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2017-02-07
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Gustenzo
28.283(D)
27.037(D)
14.625(D)
19.014(D)
19.803(D)
44.31(D)
Bunyip
22.12(D)
19.88(D)
6.718(D)
0(D)
14.58(D)
15.502(D)
Lunny
40.354(D)
38.313(D)
15.847(D)
19.871(D)
33(D)
81.553(D)
Chris Porter
34.91(D)
32.24(D)
0(D)
18.25(D)
19.5(D)
15.94(D)
Flatchat
37.907(D)
35.641(D)
9.742(D)
17.031(D)
19.038(D)
29.92(D)
Boz
34.84(D)
33.098(D)
14.984(D)
22.307(D)
23.595(D)
99.92(D)
tailwind
34.093(D)
32.235(D)
9.98(D)
14.531(D)
17.523(D)
24.265(D)
Kenny
36.855(D)
33.967(D)
6.962(D)
20.95(D)
15.612(D)
30.778(D)
Jeff
38.799 [PB](D)
36.406 [PB](D)
15.013(D)
19.33(D)
26.712(D)
70.845(D)
nebbian
Pointman
Mineral
lao shi
Marcel
paddymac
Snake
JC2
Windxtasy
Jemma
Birdman
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
JJ
Ricey
WINGMAN
Sam
AC1
Hooksey
Lukie
Andy
Cannonball
Windmill
remery
Pacey
Jase
Woody-Mark
CrimsonFlash2
SRS73
Antman
AndreaMunich
Italy
kai
Gloria Jackson
Average39.5837.3615.4321.6329.8690.74
Gustenzo (2220km):
1279 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU 96 Supercross 5.5 Gator 32 GW. Good fun playin in the Peli chop, fun ramps around the red marker and the occasional one before the boat (Pelican). At the end would have been more comfortable on wave board and 4.7. Lots of people enjoying/getting bashed by the wind.



Bunyip (2132km):
1279 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU



Lunny (38740km):
1279 days ago
6 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Great arvo with a bunch of friendly people as usual.

Wanted to compare the M112 with the Isonic 107. Probably only spent 15min on the Isonic as the Mistral felt solid in the chop.

Too lazy to change sails so i wrestled with the 7.0 which was really stable considering the wind strength.

I guess the results confirm the Mistral went ok after her plastic surgeryLaughing

M112, Reflex8 7.0, Tribal ws 29



Chris Porter (11725km):
1279 days ago

Pt Walter. Didn't start well, my main panel decided to pop when I was rigging. Quick spin home to grab some tape and then headed out with a dodgey patched up sail for a quick sail in the gusty chop.

CA SP47; Ram 6.3; CL SL1 26



Flatchat (8234km):
1279 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Gusty but fun. Probably the strongest breeze this summer. Incredibly hardly anyone out. Speed runs were awesome as you knew no one was going to be in the way. Although abit bumpy and lumpy, it twas a good session had by all. A river PB so one happy camperCool. Finally got the 27 weedspeed specifically for this combo and looks like a winner.

SB 187, NP RSR E5 6.4m, Tribal Wspd27

 



Boz (22624km):
1279 days ago
1 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Tiga 260 Plastic Fantastic, 27 Fin Unknown Brand, KAR 6.3

Took the Tiga for a spin today, Tabou under repairs for the next 2 weeks, was fun getting back on the flexi plastic board good to see a few out today on the water. The old girl nearly managed a 35 peak was 35.7 just couldn't hold for the 2 sec think maybe the 12 kg of board could have had something to do with itSmile



tailwind (5975km):
1279 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Only a small group out this arvo, i think 50% were Pinnas super gusty but lots of fun. I was having trouble keeping the board on the water when the gusts hit and just could not line up a good speed run.

Boz was working some majic on the plastic fantasitc,

Tim and Jeff were smashing some good numbers



Kenny (15242km):
1279 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Got down when the wind was still a bit light and saw Lunny on a 7m so decided to rig up the 6.2. Started to get a bit overpowered after a few runs  so changed to the 5.5m the wind picked up even more and I was starting to get way overpowered on that. was going to call it a day early so I could leave in one piece but went for one more run which turned into a dozen more runs as the peak speeds steadily increased. Probably should have manned up and gone for more runs near pt grey where it was ballistic and flatter. 

Had a go on Decrepit's 68 litre speed board which was an experience. thanks Mike. definately takes some getting used to.

Well worth the drive and good to see everyone getting stoke at Liptons. Congrats Jeff on smashing your PB and congrats to Lunny for the fantastic NM PB. Im sure there will be more PBs from others today. 

Seeing Stroppo powered up on a 6m I thought I probably should get a 4.5m sail for days like this. 

6.2 Reflex, 5.5 Tr7, 97 isonic, 29 then 25 tribal ws.

 



Jeff (11518km):
1279 days ago
3 categories

Liptons, CA Speed (Kermit), KA Race 6.2, mxr 24 weedy. Got there pretty early and had a great day. Hadnt replaced the harness line I broke on Saturday so still had the bit of rope holding that together. Broke the other one about 5 and figured that was a sign. Was getting pretty hard to hang on anyway. Getting back from Pt Grey across the channel was daunting but the plastic tube held it together long enough (was trying not to put too much load on the harness but it wasnt really the day or conditions for that). Got back ok so all good. 



Comments
Boz


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Well done Lunny nice speeds and great naughty

Snake


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

The Lunnster returns! Great numbers mate! Cool smokin mile!

Tomski


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Congrats Lunny. Saw that run off the beach, Looked QuickkkkkCool

Flatchat


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Killin it Lunny. Sweet naughty PB. I knew you'd nail a forty with the wind we were getting on Melville.

Gustenzo


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Smoking naughty Lunny congrats on the PB! Nice 2sec and 5x also Cool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Whoo hoo, what a fun day you have had. When I got home and the wind picked up I decided it was not a good day to test a dodgy leg. It would have been fun out there if I had been fit.

Lunny, congrats on another 40 and a quality repair. Super nm! I hope someone was backing that up! So glad you had today off work.

Ken, congrats on the 5X and a top 2 sec just to show that 37 was not a fluke.

Tim, good river speed - glad you got some time off work.

Boz, good speed for the old gear. You obviously pushed it up a notch after I left. How did it feel? I imagine it would have been pretty bouncy over the chop today. Couldn't go another 80 m for the nice round 100 km?

oh Jeff, SUPER! I am so excited for you! You finally have that combo dialled in! Smashed your 2 sec PB and demolished the 5X PB. and three jelly beans too!

Pinnaroos into second place (until more of the Coastals post anyway)! I feel really happy even though I didn't get to sail today. Great turnout guys! Thanks to those who made the effort to go to Liptons. It certainly was the place to be.

Boz


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Anita, the Tiga has so much flex in it you really can't feel how choppy it is, heavy board but still managed to get up ended on a gust and slammed down like a rag doll, I didn't even think about the km's until I uploaded and though argh should have gone for that one extra run to the sandbank.

fangy


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Congrats Pinnas, nice naughty Lunny. Hardpole and Ken, fantastic speed PB's, worth tackling the freeway Laughing

Elmo


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Craig Ken and Jeff, Huge ongrats on the PB's out there todayCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

Boz


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Well done Ken and Jeff great PB's we all knew that Liptons would go off today, great effort guysSmile

Jeff


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Great Nm Lunny, I dont think I was going far enough! Elmo thanks for your advice, I didnt end up fiddling with the gear as it seemed to be working alright, though as the wind picked up it started to tail walk a tiny bit. Will save that 39 for next time Smile Over at the point was great, lots of room and even I only managed to hit the bottom a couple of times. One long walk out after getting a bit carried away with going east. I think the new sail might be the difference but perhaps practice is starting to pay of. 

Saltynuts


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Nice PB Craig. Good to catch up.

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
1279 days ago

Well done guys. Some great numbers there.

Decrepit


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Nice going guys congrats on the PBs. That NM run across the channel is not for the faint hearted, there's no way I was going to try one today.

Stretch


WA
Australia
1279 days ago
Impressive speeds on big kit Craig. Congrats on the pbs Ken and Hardpole
STROPPO


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Welldone on the pb's fellars liptons delivers againCoolCoolCool

lao shi


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Hardpole! 2.5+ Knt PB for 2s / 5x Smoking!Cool

Great naughty, Lunny and 40 on the 112!Cool

Ken, smashing the 5x!Cool

We were hanging on to the small sails at Dutchies so expected some good numbers!

Hardie


WA
Australia
1279 days ago

Geoff you looked fast out there today I thought that man will PB todayCool

Snake


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

Jeff!!!!!!!!!! That's awesome, flying!! 

Morts


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

 

Some fantastic numbers posted by all that got out yesterday, nice work team Pinnaroos. Well done to Lunny, Ken & Hardpole on some cracking PB's Smile

 

Basil


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

Pinnas are flying . Great PBs

JJ


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

Awesome speed lads CoolCool

Top PBs Ken & Craig - well done on the delam repair, obviously as good as new!

Jeff - killed it, massive PB jump.

Awesome river speed Tim!

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

Sweet PB's guys, well done Cool

Nice one on the old fantastic plastic Boz, I remember when new the 260 was so short LaughingCool

Kenny


WA
Australia
1278 days ago

Geez Tim nice river speeds.