Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2019-02-02
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Windxtasy
31.694(D)
29.576(D)
7.864(D)
0(D)
10.749(D)
16.687(D)
Jase
34.177(D)
32.27(D)
15.784(D)
23.384(D)
22.914(D)
63.633(D)
Woody-Mark
36.161(D)
34.906(D)
9.305(D)
16.246(D)
30.772(D)
38.068(D)
Lunny
41.861(D)
39.603(D)
17.285(D)
24.67(D)
28.071(D)
55.703(D)
remery
33.553(D)
31.017(D)
10.585(D)
0(D)
29.767 [PB](D)
25.954(D)
Kenny
38.37 [PB](D)
35.275 [PB](D)
9.108(D)
24.499(D)
22.399(D)
39.56(D)
tailwind
39.071 [PB](D)
35.728 [PB](D)
8.68(D)
21.909 [PB](D)
23.656(D)
34.067(D)
Flatchat
38.725(D)
36.987(D)
12.352(D)
9.38(D)
31.434(D)
43.811(D)
Boz
36.855(D)
34.474(D)
13.215(D)
24.546(D)
23.14(D)
28.656(D)
Chris Porter
35.78(D)
34.03(D)
12.46(D)
18.62(D)
21.61(D)
30.94(D)
Pointman
32.797(D)
29.852(D)
6.773(D)
18.908(D)
21.296(D)
24.478(D)
Ricey
28.732(D)
26.433(D)
7.626(D)
14.824(D)
17.236(D)
19.319(D)
nebbian
Mineral
lao shi
Jeff
Marcel
paddymac
Snake
JC2
Jemma
Birdman
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
JJ
WINGMAN
Bunyip
Sam
AC1
Hooksey
Lukie
Andy
Gustenzo
Cannonball
Windmill
Pacey
CrimsonFlash2
SRS73
Antman
AndreaMunich
Italy
kai
Gloria Jackson
Average40.4738.3016.5324.6131.1059.67
Windxtasy (10572km):
555 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU 54 Manta, 4.9K, 23 WS

When the wind was late coming in I didn't have time for a Mandurah trip and Taemi was at Peli Point so I went there. She did really well getting up and going in the strong wind, once she starts using a harness I will have to sign her up!

It was good to have some strong wind for once. I can't remember the last time I went speed sailing. It wasn't very flat at Peli so I was pretty happy with the numbers. 7 runs with peaks over 30



Jase (3183km):
555 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU Bit of a weird one. A hard weird session. Was definitely windy. Probably a bit windy for me and my 6.6 but I gave it a crack. So many tears and rips in the 6.6 that it is beyond repair. 97/6.6(retired)/27



Woody-Mark (5593km):
555 days ago
1 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU

Great to be out with so many keen speedsters today and no doubt some great results to be posted. manta 54 Vapor 6.4 & 5.6. new delta chris lockwood wp 18 which felt very stable. 



Lunny (38765km):
555 days ago
3 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

What a cracker that was! Booted in nicely not long into it and the wind kept building.

Thought I'd try pulling the rear straps back a notch today. So surprising how just 1cm makes a noticeable feeling, just that little bit more in touch with the fin.

So the Windtech delivers the goods again, stoked with the speeds for a 90litreSmile

Great company out there today with quite a few cheers and smiles, memorable for sure.

Windtech Silver Bullet 57, SV Mach1 6.2, Tribal ws 23



remery (2652km):
555 days ago

Coodanup, WA, AU

An early end to an excellent session when I pushed too far into the smooth and snapped the fin bolt. Fortunately I purchased the "FangyFin Product Care Package" which includes a custom replacement bolt, back massage and voucher for an eybrow shaping. Too late to get back out.

JPSuperSport 100, Severne Overdrive M2 6.2, FF 22.



Kenny (15242km):
555 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

What a day! Got down early for once to meet Mandurah Mobbers Hardie and Elmo. Lunny and Andrew soon arrived after. Wind looked moderate so they went 6.2 and I went 5.5. Once we got out the wind started to really boot in. Went for a few runs and plateaud around 36 knots. Approached the run when I hit something big, probably the huge stingray we saw swimming around. I ended up landing on the front of the boom thigh first which resulted in a big dead leg. Sat in the water for a while till the pain passed. Thought its going to be black and blue tomorrow. Sailed back in to change down to the 5m as the 5.5 and the enigma boom felt very heavy.

Headed back out for a few more runs but this time the 5m felt a lot more stable even though I was still well lit. The chop had increased with the increasing tide so not much improvment in speeds until I caught a good gust and went broad as I could go. Went for a few alphas but had to call it a day as I knew I pay for it tomorrow with my bunged leg. 

Great to get down to Liptons for a windy day that was supposed to happen in December. Good to share the stoke with the mobbers afterwards.

5.5 tr7 then 5m overdrive, JP 72 Slalom, 23 vector weedy.



tailwind (5999km):
555 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Woohoo how good was that!

After a shout out from Kenny I headed down to Liptons not expecting too much and when I arrived no one was out and Lunny and Ken were chatting under a tree. Well after a quick discussion it was decided that conditions were probably about as good as they were going to get so we rigged and hit the water, after a few runnis across to Pt Grey, the wind booted in and liptons corner was on, after a few runs in the mid 36,ers, Lunny and Elmo were reporting 40,s and I thought bugger this I need some weight so went in and had a chocolate bar and a bottle of water, with at leats another 280g on board things could only get better. A bit more down haul and out I went, the mission was a 38. The next run was a 37 and I found that screaming like a mad woman on the Bear off did the trick. I was now determined to get a 38. Lunny suggested moving the mast track back and letting off a bit of out haul this certainly helped and the next few runs were high 36 and felt good. Finally I hit the speed run with a good gust, screamed like a mad woman again was smashing down the run when I saw Ken lay down a sweet gybe and started heading up wind I realized that I needed to change direction or I could possibly crash into him and clearly my screaming was not enough to get him out the way so a little shimmy was required. At the end of the run I checked my watch and it showed a Max of 41 WOW! 

Thanks Ken the change in direction must have done the trick..

Patrik 92; Reflex 6.2 Tribal WS 23. Probably a bit overpowered but certainly as Lunny put it the Christmas Eve blow that never happened!



Flatchat (8234km):
555 days ago
4 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU

The day started with full optimism only to be dashed by the BOM and reports coming back that the Huey was doing a houdini. With a less then stellar forecast for Mandurah i decided to go for a sail at Melville instead. Whilst there i decided to grab the new Delta from Slowie, who after speaking with Tom at Coods said it was already 20-25knts wtf. So drove straight to coods to try the new fin.Started rigging the new used 6.4m(Thanks Marty) on the 87l. Was warmly greeted by Fangy who said hello and something about the park is off? A few coming in off the water were starting to change down boards so decided to plug in the W49 instead which was a perfect match for the new Tribal delta fin. After about an hour, I noticed that the bottom cam was broken and hence the poor bottom shape. So came in and rigged the 5.8 instead, which was probably the better sail for the conditions. Found it really hard to find 'flat' and gust but was still a great session with some master speed classes being dished out by the heavy weights. First go on the new Tribal delta and was very impressed. It actually felt like a normal fin going upwing into chop. Not many of these windy days this summer but hoping this is the start of some good seabreezes.

SB w49, Evo 5 6.4m, Evo 4 5.8m, Tribal Delta 16



Boz (22624km):
555 days ago
3 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Evening shift arrived at 6pm with nearly all off the water and a dieing breeze pity as by all accounts it was a good day on Melville but missed most of it, another day maybe, good to see the rest of the team making the most of the brilliant conditions.

Manta 59 KAR6.3



Chris Porter (11725km):
555 days ago

Nice little session at PW. If the wind had booted in a little earlier when the tide was nice it would have been perfect, but still about as good as it gets at PW.

Looks like I should have driven to Mandurah! Well done on the PB's everyone!

CA SP47; Ram 6.4; Curtis/Lockwood 23.5



Pointman (16122km):
555 days ago

Carlisle St, Safety Bay, WA, AU

Safety Bay Slalom

M112 + 7TR9 + 33 Tribal WS.

Heaps of wind.  Rounds 1-2 I sailed like a kook.

Round 3 I finally found some form and got a bullet in fleet 3.

Promoted to Fleet 2, I was racing hard and in the top 3 approaching the last gybe mark when I had a massive over-the-bars and snapped my mast Yell

And that was that.  It was getting seriously windy as I packed up, probably approaching 30K, but there was a kite event in the pond so runs down the bar weren't really an option.  Probably a missed opportunity, I love racing, but today was probably a day for speed Undecided



Ricey (9521km):
555 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Very gusty but nice flat water over the sand bar.

105Rocket, 5.8 Kocept, 27 SW

Good to see Jase going really well, and Boz flashing into the setting sun as I left.



Comments
Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
555 days ago
Absolutely awesome Lunny👍 And Rob top effort on the Pb👍
Basil


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Well done Rob!

Jonski


WA
Australia
555 days ago
Well done Rob thatís great going. Lunny your a star!!
Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Lunny Tongue outCoolWink, good one guys Cool

Hardie


WA
Australia
555 days ago

WooHoo KennyCool

Hardie


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Great Stuff TimCool and TailwindCool

SluGger


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Big congrats on the speed and pbs fellasCool

Boz


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Well done guys good session from all, fantastic PB's and more to come from tailwind I am sure, would have been epic down at Liptons

Lunny


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Awesome results Andrew & Ken great to be there to see you in action today!

Great results for Coods Rob and Tim with some great PBs tooSmile

Flatchat


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Way to go Lunny. Awesome speeds. Also well done Andrew and Ken, thats some smoking PBs dudes. Would have loved to join you guys at Liptons, but the temptation to try the new delta fin was too irresistable. Looks like Ken's call was a good one.

Swindy


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Some more fantastic PBs again guys.

Craig, SMOKING on the Windtech, awesome.

Windsup


WA
Australia
555 days ago
Excellent speeds congrats on the pbís
Elmo


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Andrew and Ken, Fantastic PB's, awesome fun sailing with you today.CoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

Lunny Nice work owning the day on the Bullet

Remery and Flatchat Congrats on some brilliant NaughtiesCoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCoolCool

Stretch


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Congrats guys on all the PBs and a top notch 2s from you to Craig. What a great sesh Cool

STROPPO


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Welldone on all the pbs peeps great to see you guys making the effort to come down here CoolCoolCoolCool

Decrepit


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Looks like it's a battle for the PBs! Sure are lots of them floating round today. Congrats every body, great session.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Wow, what a great team turnout, and look at all those fast speeds and PBs! That is a very healthy set of scores for one session.

Kenny and Tailwind, sensational! Very fast 2 sec and 5X and some very slick corners too! Andrew, a 2 sec jellybean with such a top field of sailors out is a real feather in your cap. A couple of very happy sailors there! You must both be very happy you made the call to go to Liptons. I am sorry I couldn't join you.

Lovely nm PB, Flatchat - Pinnaroo nm of the day, and Remery, congrats on your PB nm also, just a smidgeon short of 30. That is flying!

Lunny leading the way with Pinnaroo speed of the day again, getting that Silver Bullet really dialled in and living up to its name.

Well done, everybody!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
555 days ago
remery


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Stroppo Cruising... 

 

https://youtu.be/DGZnSCMMbYY

remery


WA
Australia
555 days ago

https://youtu.be/U--flY9vA14

STROPPO


WA
Australia
555 days ago

there you go Rob and thanks mate !

Kenny


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Tailwind's 2sec. Andrew, congrats on the PB. Looks like your watch is set to 1hz. If it was set to 5hz we would be able to see the 41 knot peak. Yell

remery


WA
Australia
555 days ago

https://youtu.be/8o7a6ZvwSlE

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
555 days ago
Awesome! Kenny Andrew and Tim PBs 👍👍👍
Jase


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Some very sweet looking PBs there guys, woohoo!!!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
555 days ago

when are you going to venture south and catch some for yourself Jase?

Oaf


WA
Australia
555 days ago

Lots of great numbers today all but special congrats to all those improving their PBs today, well done.

Kenny


WA
Australia
555 days ago

great numbers all around. Greg, good on you for giving the race a go. too crazy for me. Laughing

Basil


WA
Australia
554 days ago

great session pinnas

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
554 days ago
Congrats everyone on the pbs and great numbers
fangy


WA
Australia
554 days ago

Remery truely fab eyebrows and that is what really counts. Kiss

Great to have a chinwag again with the Peskys, an impressive table of numbers and congrats of some brilliant sets of PB's fellas, well done!

Slowboat


WA
Australia
554 days ago

whoaaa nice one guys. Big day! Well done on the PBs guys... getting a lot closer to the next speed decade.

Firiebob


WA
Australia
554 days ago

Magic set of numbers all round, mobs of congrats to the PB'ers Tongue out

(Flyin-) fin


WA
Australia
554 days ago

   Some nice speeds and PBs there U all,,,     Cool   

 

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
554 days ago

Awesome guys. Well done. Nice PB's Tim :) What happened with the cam?

fangy


WA
Australia
554 days ago

For anyone who is interested in the fate of the 7.5m stink boat washed up on the foreshore at Nairns yesterday. The couple who own the boat was out on Friday night in the Estuary when the motors and then electrics failed. They threw out an anchor that appears to have been totally pointless, and ended up on the foreshore at Nairns. 

The salvage crew got the boat out into deep water this afternoon. They used a water pump to cut a channel from the boat out to the deeper water. They then used a Landcruiser to drag the boat out to floating depth. At $4k for the salvage, I am glad it wasn’t my boat ( mind you driving about in the estuary probably isn’t going to be too good for the Landcruiser either) 

 

They have left behind a channel out to the deeper water…it will be interesting to see how long it lasts.

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
554 days ago
Big team session! Well done all!
Jetlag


NSW
Australia
554 days ago
Happy Days. Well done on all those PBs!!!
Flatchat


WA
Australia
554 days ago
Hey Marty, the end cap of the batten near cam, fell apart. Quite common on NP race sails. Easy fix but no shape in the bottom of sail made going deep of the wind harder.
Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
554 days ago

Ahh I see. Yes I remember replacing the one above boom so it should be all good. Hope you enjoyed it otherwise.

Flatchat


WA
Australia
554 days ago

The sail felt like it was still new and needed to stretch out. The runs I had with it were very stable until I lost tension on the cam. Can't wait to the next big blow.

sms09


WA
Australia
554 days ago

Well done team Pinnas, Congrats on the PBs.Cool.