Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2016-12-27
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
otts
35.942 [PB](D)
33.471 [PB](D)
0(D)
14.312(D)
21.835(D)
9.97(D)
SluGger
36.923(D)
35.62(D)
10.878(D)
20.766(D)
18.344(D)
24.49(D)
Stretch
39.159(D)
37.433(D)
16.999(D)
23.829(D)
32.364(D)
78.834(D)
Hardie
40.626(D)
39.03(D)
9.317(D)
24.096(D)
19.589(D)
52.966(D)
fangy
35.079(D)
33.135(D)
7.646(D)
22.232(D)
16.866(D)
44.4(T)
Elmo
40.155(D)
38.691(D)
10.773(D)
16.604(D)
24.919(D)
47.72(D)
(Flyin-) fin
33.63(D)
28.057(D)
8.83(D)
20.635(D)
24.162(D)
16.87(D)
Firiebob
40.201 [PB](D)
37.506 [PB](D)
9.652(D)
12.885(D)
25.48(D)
34.241(D)
Decrepit
38.335(D)
35.389(D)
11.393(D)
21.91(D)
19.6(D)
59.9(D)
Shane121
36.154(D)
28.554(D)
3.462(D)
7.557(D)
5.268(D)
8.653(D)
evets
38.809(D)
36.182(D)
9.287(D)
17.044(D)
18.667(D)
48.059(D)
Oaf
40.043(D)
37.897(D)
6.258(D)
21.25(D)
20.938(D)
23.253(D)
Binny
Bugs
Bender
man of
Sammy the snail
Basil
ratz
Man Over Board
WazzaYotty
Morts
Mad Max
TOBYchef
Jonski
Swindy
Auz
waricle
Greggo
Frank
Rayman
Rocky hammond
Hammer
Lombok
The Scud
Average40.4138.8614.2023.9628.9269.37
otts (5493km):
1327 days ago

CoolGlory Holes, Australind, WA, AU

had a quick sail 



SluGger (10887km):
1327 days ago

Glory Holes, Australind, WA, AU

iso 87l rsr5.5 mxr26 

Awesome gusts down the run, had a ball, Yeehaaaa.Cool



Stretch (18126km):
1327 days ago

Glory Holes, Australind, WA, AU. A terrific arvo's sail with Slugger and then Otts. Gusty, but with some good bullets coming through. 40kts was on the cards, but yet again, I couldnt quite line up the gusts. Still very happy with my 2S, which I think is my PB for Australind. CA52/GPS6.0/VectorWS23 SmileSmileSmile



Hardie (31196km):
1327 days ago
2 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU  Posted with KA72, Liptons, thats as good as it gets for me, ecstatic with my 5 x 10 PB, I thought I should stay out and go for my 5 x 10 Pb, but I could feel my heart was on the verge of palpitations (I have SinusVentricularTachicardia), so I thought don't be stupid its only numbers, but I got it anyway Woo Fucking HooCool, Lots of PB's at Liptons today.  Elmo has his Mojo back Cool, Steve was flying, Decrep looked really fast.  Slowboat gave a masterclass. Fave Gear combination Mistral Speed 95; MS TR9 6.3m, Pepeweed 22 (now 21) 48 degree rake.  I am buzzingCool



fangy (18877km):
1327 days ago

Yeeha! that was even more fun than sailing with King Stretch. In short, I had an absolute blast. TTFDLaughing

The muppet was the offender this time. Once again I was happily ensconsed on the couch of rumination, when the furry fiend requested my company at Liptons in order to give the place some class.........Eventually, I wandered down to the estuary and then scooted back to the pad for my gear. With the departure of Stretch, Fangyland had recovered! 

I rigged up at The Hook which was ideal for me and Pas, but unfortunately, probably a bit shallow for everyone else. The duo of Wannabee Toby's, Tugger and briefly Anita ( plus a couple of kites etc) joined me. Anita had a fit of commonsense, and Toby had a fit of trampolining. The result, Anita left for deeper waters and Toby destroyed a sail.

The plan was to do a tour on the Party Barge and check out where were the best spots and then back in and change to the Windtech floppy tail. In the end I did one run on the Windtech and gave up. It's going to take a long time for me to master that beast. The rest of the time was spent on the Barge. So, 3 metres and 140litres of Party Barge, Koncept 6.6 with ample duct tape, and the FatFangy20(ish), did the job of keeping a smile on the dial. I still find it hilarious to get the massive nose of the barge up and hammering. It just seems to be an insult to all the laws of physics, but it's a massive giggle for me. I decided the Chutney Run was going to be the course of choice. Everyone else decided that I was an idiot, and stayed out in the deeper water. Except Pas, who wisely waited until the tide filled in a little more, but still made me hold my breath when he kept charging across the sand patch, which still had kids sand castles on it last I looked.

The end result was my numbers are not in bold, but they should be. This was a massive PB on the Barge, a massive PB on the FatFangy fin and should have been a host of sensational alphas. I just ran too wide. Doh! What a buzz to be unhooking at 34+ knots and carving the barge. I am still grinning like a clown writing this. Racing caravans at its best, and I am pretty confident this is the fastest this old board has ever travelled on water. Plus,my fin provided plenty of lift and behaved perfectly. I built confidence with every run and I just kept doing this for as long as my muscles could hold. 

Pas turned up as the wind really started to build and my only regret was that I was physically spent. And seriously overpowered and couldn't really enjoy it with him. I watched him do a really deep inside run along the shore and he seemed to be flying. It looked fab with the bright green Koncept and spray lit up against the trees and Wamba St foreshore. By now there was 25 knots on the windgauge and I charged in one last time.

Exhausted but stoked. Man I love this gig sometimes. Defo in the Top Ten of Top Ten Fangy days.LaughingLaughingLaughing

 



Elmo (27920km):
1327 days ago
1 categories

NP RSR E9 7.0m Tabou Rocket wide 108L & JP Weed 31cm, Tabou Manta 54 & Pepe weed 23.5cm

Huge sacrafice by Stroppo today carries muchum Mojo.

Big thanks to Franga not turning up and becalming us

Yeefarkenhar what a day,

Started out with the Rocket as the breeze was a bit wafty, once half way accross the estuary I was able to get going my baby took of like a scalded cat, doing runs over on Pt Grey as it was to shallw in the corner where everyone else was playing, was having fun but maxed out around 37knots and the sail was getting to be a bit of a handfull.

Went back decided to be seriously optimistic and plugged the 54 on, yeahbaby first run  a 38 with the mastfoot a touch to far back had the board want to float a bit to high above the water.

Once tuned it was game on, 4x +40knot runs on the dial today absolutely stoked with that.

The day wasn't all beer and skittles, got stung by two devil fish, attacked by two crabs one of which double tapped me when he decided I needed to squeel some more and had some thing quite large swim into my leg.

There was alos a nice dismount at ~37knits when my sail got blown out of my hands at the end of a run resulting in me falling back using my freckle as a sea anchor.

So many happy faces out there today, theres going to be a truck load of PB's posted tonight.

Top 1 Elmo day

I hurt good



(Flyin-) fin (12358km):
1327 days ago

    Peel WA AU  

Swang on over to fangys on my way back into town to see a few sailers out,... I was thinking everyone would be at liptons.

Was fun but tiering, only lasted about an hour,  the chop out in the deep wasnt very freindy and the berges over the shalow 

were thick but not too many. Had the 47/43board, ka kon5.8, elmo60/17cm and all went well.  

   



Firiebob (15281km):
1327 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU, GW-60

Wow what a day, heading down towards Mandurah my alternator died, actually fried it's self, bloody Toyotas it's only done 330,000 K's. I did think turn around but wanted to catch up with everyone especially the Albany crew who I haven't met before. Battery was completely dead on way home, no lights no gauges no nothing, got to love an old school diesel Cool

Enough of that, so happy I came down, sailed here quite a few times before but have never done too well here before. Today it all fell into place, new board, fin and sail, whole setup was sweet as. Been loving the Tribal whether on the flats or in the ocean, might flick all my slalom fins. Loving the Carbon Art and Koncept Cool

I think a couple of PB's, so happy as I never thought I'd get to crack the 40 any more, last Pb was at LG which is as good as it gets. Shared a few beers and plenty of the old yack yack as I do. Bonus number one son was still home and pretended he was excited for me ha, rum was nice too WinkTongue out

Carbon Art SL87,Tribal 27 WS, 2017 5.8 KA Koncept and Boardies

 



Decrepit (49544km):
1327 days ago
2 categories

Fantastic day at Liptons, everybody had a ball, (and there were lots of everybodys, even the Wannabees turned up).

Got there around 10, wind was a tad light except for some interesting gusts. rigged for what was expected. 5.8 on 43 with 21cm 45deg weedy.

Quickly found I didn't have enough board so swapped for the 48 with 24cm weedy. That was much more fun and used it until lunch, then swapped back to the 43. Wasn't going as fast as expected, board seemed to be sailing too flat. Alby suggested changing to the lower outhaul grommet. so the sail would twist more and decrease nose downforce. Seemed like a sensible idea, so went for it. First run increased my speed by over a knot, so went for more of a good thing and gave it a bit more downhaul as well. That's when I got the 38, but it has to be said the wind was also picking up.

Trouble with the 45deg 21cm fin it picks up weed real bad in the shallows once you slow down, means either a long walk out or a sideways drag, that's a bit hard on the arms. Didn't take long for me to get completly exhausted, otherwise I'd have stayed out a bit longer.

 

After spending all that time the last few years trying to perfect Fangy fins, now I need to do the same thing for liptons, this is more of a challenge as the fin has to handle much worse chop than the last years Fangy conditions.

 

Just ckecked the watch data.

2s 38.311, 5x10 35.355, 1hr 11.365, @ 21.913, NM 19.664, dist 59.736

 



Shane121 (5210km):
1326 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU Liptons  A road trip with Steve to go have some fun in mandurah  with the crew . My first outing i had weed problems with 28 choco fin so Steve lent me a 24 weedy . down size sail to 5.8 np slalom so went back out and the wind had pick up a bit  so i chicken out and went back in . Still had a GREAT DAY Cool



evets (18622km):
1325 days ago
1 categories

Liptons Mistral91SL, RSREVO6.2 MXR21 weedy

Great fun with the massed mob. Will post more later.

Oh a PB, that is nice to see. Just exhausted by the end of the session, at the end would have been better with my smaller board and sail but I ran out of strength.

Mistral is an excellent board, very well behaved. The MXR21 is a bit small for this board and sail.

Congrats to all those who scored PBs, there was plenty of wind. The wind did as the forecast suggested, whci meant that possibly the best chance for speed was at the end when I was too exhausted to try again.

Good to meet Firie at last, we have managed to avoid each other for years.

 

Update 29/12/16

Having discussed with Decrep that it is not uncommon for people to post their 10 as their 5x10 grom GPSR that is exactly what I did not 5 minutes later. SO it was not a pb session for me, not even a top 5. So the 37.221 I posted is now corrected Yell

And all that because I was loooking at the WA 10 sec table.



Oaf (7052km):
1320 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Stoked! Was nervous that the 40.23 on the dial might not have got me over the 2sec. Happy now.  Hope everyone else had as much fun.

F2 Misile Small, 6.0 HSM GPS

 

 

 



Comments
Morts


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

 

Great work on the PB's Otts, nearly a 2 knot jump on your previous best 2 second Cool

 

 

SluGger


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

hey, PBs all round congrats Noel Cool

Stretch


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Simon and Noel, congrats on your PBs. Excellent speeds and a significant jump in your 2S. Very happy for you! Smile

Stretch


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

and you too Joe!!! Fantastic 5 x 10 PB!!!!

Hardie


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

WooHoo Otts and Slugger, youse smashed itCool, Top sesh Stretch, but I think your gonna lose your jelly beanEmbarassed

dr cam


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Gr8 stuff Hardie ...!!!Cool

Wow-Firie-Fantastic-stoked for you -Great PB !!!

Hardie


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

WooHoo Steve PB day for you tooCool

Morts


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

 

Jeepers it's raining PB's, awesome sailing Slugger, Hardie & Steve. Sounds like it was worth the drive Steve!

 

Stretch the odd man out so far but that's an excellent set of numbers all round, with top 5 across 3 categories Cool

 

 

SluGger


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Get in Hardie and Steve, big congrats. Rob so close to a local Pb, you make it look easy😉
fangy


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Good times at the Zoo. The otter and slug posting PB's!- awesome stuff, congrats Noel and Simon.

King Stretch...meh, adequate at best. 

Puck me Hards, that's flying and epic 5x10's!

Evets, no bleedin slouch either, congrats on those PBs, serious speed and worth the trip :-)

ratz


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

bugger

i missed it again...bloody work

well done on the pb s simon,noel, steve and hardie

good numbers all round.

Larko


NSW
Australia
1327 days ago

Great session everyone!!!!

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
1327 days ago

Awesome session guys. Well done.

(Flyin-) fin


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

    Congrats on all them PBs fellas !!    

                                                 so cool     Cool        

Nelson


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Woo Hoo, raining PBs in Mandurah again.

Congratulations guys Cool

Slowboat


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

thanks for sharing your local! well done guys.

Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

CoolCoolCoolCool great session guys congrats on the pbs, pitty no everyone got pbs but still great speeds Wink, well done yeeeaaahrrrrg

I knew by doing the sacrfice I will be missing out Cry, but sometime you have to do what you have to..

Morts


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

 

Paul awesome job on cracking the 40 for the first time & backing it up with a 5x10 PB Cool Cool Cool

 

PB's, Top 5's & a Kingdom regained now that's a good days windsurfing, top stuff Mobbers!

 

 

Windsup


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Super session, congrats on the PB's
SluGger


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Big congrats on your Pbs Oaf 👍🏻👍🏻 You had the parta Barge smoking Fangy😎 YES Alby 😎
Boz


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Well done guys cracking numbers. 40 and over well done Firebob and Paul on your PB's as well as everyone else with some outstanding results

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Wow nice one team, big day big numbers, congrats all. Sorry I missed the tucker night but lucky I did, would have had to walk home Laughing

Stretch


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Great stuff cracking 40 Bob and Paul. Congrats!
PJ Bogan


SA
Australia
1327 days ago

Holy smoking flat water PB's. Big grats all roundCoolCool

25


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Great stuff Bob - forty is forty - well deserved!
Hardie


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Firie I'm ecstatic for youCool, amazing sport we do that we still have these great achievementsCool, Paul fab that you cracked the 40kts, skies the limit wth your talentCool

Elmo


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Noel, Simon, Joe, Steve, Paul and Bob

Great PB's one and allCoolCoolCoolCool

What a day

Oaf


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Good work on all the PBs guys and overall good numbers. Nice to share our 40s on the same day Firie.

Hardie that 5x10 is so close to your 2S, shows really consistent good speeds, well done.

Snake


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Awesome PBs, guys! Firie and Oaf, welcome to the 40 club Cool I remember what that stoke feels like!!! Hardie, that's a serious 5x10, you must have had that kit dialled in nicely. Only just snuck past me for 2 sec, I'll let you off seeing as I was using that fin bolt you loaned me Wink Elmo, smoking quick!

lao shi


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

How many 40s in one session!!!???SurprisedTongue outCool

Great work by Oaf and Firie joining the 40 club!Cool

Super to see the original band back together and getting PBs! Awesome, Hardie and Evets still getting faster!Cool

Good job, Otts and slugger on PBs on home turf!Cool

Decrepit


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Fantastic days sail topped off with a great gathering at the pub. Congrats all PBers, this will go down as one of "THOSE" days!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

What a sensational day. So glad I made teh change to Liptons, even if I did get there a bit late

Steve I waved to you but you didn't see me. Good to see you. Great work on the PB. And I thought Albany was the place to get those?

Hardie - huge congratultions just when you thought you had done it all.

Oaf - glad the 40 scraped through and thanks for keeping me company

Fangy - sorry you missed out on an alpha PB - those gybes looked super!

Firie - whoo hoo! Sorry I didn't have time to celebrate with you. I had to get on the water to get some for myself!

Otts and Slugger - great sailing!

Decrepit - fabulous Liptons speed!

STROPPO


WA
Australia
1327 days ago
Super team effort today guys and welldone Paul and Bob on cracking 40 well deserved and all the other pb'ers top stuff not a bad way to cap off the year 😎😎😎😎😎😎
Josie778


WA
Australia
1327 days ago

Wow... soo many PB's and +40kt 2S Peaks Congrats guys!!! Great to meet you all and put some faces to the names. Will definitely be back next year :)

 

Flatchat


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Cracking session Mobsters. 4 over forty and a bunch of PBs. Very nice.

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
1326 days ago
WooooHoooo, a PB-a-thon! Well done . Special mention to Firie and Oaf for the cracking of 40.......a great day gents, and one you will always remember 👍
Herby


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Big   CONGRATS   Firey.....Fantastic achievement but well deserved.     Hi Decrep, Elmo etc....Happy New Year...LG...Lifes Good Cool/Innocent

Billy


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

WooHoo Firey Bobstar. Massive effort mate. Congratulations to all members of the Mandurah Mob...huge day on the water. Smile 10 PB's for the day Cool.

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Thats on fire Bob well done on getting into the club.

Wel done Oaf and all the other PBers must have been perfect conditions. 

Gaz


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Well done Firie.

Even better when it's on your slalom board.

Doddi


WA
Australia
1326 days ago
Big Congrats on the PB's Guys. Great effort. Would of been nice to watch with so many sailing
Kel


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Great stuff Bob!CoolYou can come back to FNQ now. And congrats to all the other Manbra Mobbers!

Sausage


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

What a team, what a session.  Congrats on all the PBs guys and special mentions to Fairy Bob &  the hard one.  Firie, a woohoo moment no doubt and you still have a big cheesy arse grin on your face. Mate, extremely  chuffed for you tinged with some envy 😉

Hardie, after all the trials & tribulations of a bad injury you never gave up and are still able to pull off PBs (& a very impressive 5*10 too)  Next stop 40. 5x10.

Franga, love your tales and bloody impressive speed on those antiquities.  

sms09


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Well done on all the PBs fellasCool

Lunny


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Onyas Mob. Great day!

Kenny


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Congrats on the PBs Mandurah Mob. Only got to meet a couple of you yesterday. congrats Paul and Bob for cracking the 40.

fangy


WA
Australia
1326 days ago
'Ken awesome again Paul and flamin fast Firie! Massive congrats you two😄😄
Firiebob


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Thanks for comments everyone, yeh very happy, been doing this for awhile so it's about time. Actually got a 41 peak on the dial which really means nothing but looked pretty good at the time Laughing

 

Ado


VIC
Australia
1326 days ago

Big session!

Cool

Well done all!

Slowboat


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

thanks for the beer Bob! cold beer was more important than lights... 

SluGger


WA
Australia
1326 days ago
Awesome speeds Firie 👍🏻
Firiebob


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Thanks for fin design Chris Wink

Didn't realise no volts means no brakes, had good brakes end of freeway (100k/hr) turned into home and pedal to the floor SurprisedYell That was a shock, one more red light and I would have caused mayhem, learnt a valuable lesson FrownEmbarassedCry But PB's and beers = happy days.

Choc dipped Bogan


SA
Australia
1326 days ago

Firie!! killed it, well done fella, nice PB's Manbramob

evets


WA
Australia
1326 days ago
What a day. Well done on on pbs Hardie, Slugger, Firie, Oaf, Otta and Shane. I second the idea that beer is more important than brakes......thanks Bob. Hardie you said you were packing up then carried on for another hour or two. Glad it paid off. Firie you were flying, gybing beautifully even when the wind was its strongest. Elmo it was astounding to see you hanging on to the 7.0 even when the wind was gusting lots! Shane that effort give you 2 knots increase in a year. Keep that up and you will be flying next year. Mike you tenaciously kept sailing as the wind built. Great commitment! Wish I had taken time to say hi to other sailors on the beach. Well done to everyone who sailed
Hardie


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Shane great PB for you in unfamiliar waters and conditionsCool, and i'd like to Officially Welcome Firiebob and Paul W to the 40kt clubCoolCool

Vando


QLD
Australia
1326 days ago

Wow Pb's Galore congrats guysCool

Red


VIC
Australia
1326 days ago

Nice work team...well done firie about time you cracked the 40! 

Elmo


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

Shane that PB makes the 800km round trip worth while, nice workCool

Morts


WA
Australia
1326 days ago

 

Firie another member to join the 40 plus, woohoo awesome work! Just imagine what speeds you could have apparently done on a 2012 Wood Isonic Wink

 

Shane the 2 times you have got out in decent breeze this Summer you have increased your 2 sec PB. A solid Albany Easterly on that JP & I reckon we'll see even better numbers Smile

STROPPO


WA
Australia
1326 days ago
Nice going Shane with a dedicated road trip and a pb 😎probably catch up soon !
Decrepit


WA
Australia
1325 days ago

Steve! And I believed you, don't feel as jealous now, thanks for the correction.

TOBYchef


WA
Australia
1324 days ago

Nice speeds and PB's guys. Still missing the wind!! No snow here in France> Well Done FIRIE on the PB you must be stocked with the new board!