||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Sammy the snail|
|Man Over Board|
|Hardie (31196km): |
Wind never delivered, looked promising, but dropped out soon after I went out gt my 3 fastest runs on my frst 3 runs at Point Grey, then slower after that. Legs went to jelly after about 15 to 20 mins, couldn't work out why? Broke my downhaul rope while sailing, first time thats ever happened? Mistral Speed 95/55 TR16 6.3m Pepeweed 22/48
|Basil (3535km): |
Mike here, Barry's computer is getting fixed, so I'm loading his data.
Congrats Barry, yet another PB!!!!!
|Greggo (76km): |
Liptons with the crew.
130L FANATIC ERay
Fun times out there today! Glad to finally get a round of scores on the board, modest start - but still heaps of summer winds left in the season :)
|Decrepit (49544km): |
Willyweather was only showing 13 odd knots for Pt Grey, so I was really pleased with this session, unlike those watching windguru that predicted high 20s.
I went with the 48cm board 5.8 koncept and 20cm 40-60deg weedy.
Nice comfortable sail, but not really powered up a lot of the time.
More later must eat.
|Jonski (6467km): |
Peel Inlet, WA, AU Patrick 92, Warp 6.3 Kestral 22
underboarded,undersailed,underfinned or maybe just underwinded? Good to catch up with everyone and happy to be on the water.
|Elmo (27920km): |
JP SS 100L, NP RSR E7 7.0m, JP Weed 31cm.
Nice little session just going back and foorth accross the channel working on gybes and trying to get an hour going which I managed (just).
Realistically a bit under boarded as there were a few holes out there tonight but on the whole still happy with the gear selection.
Bit of excitement in the middle of the session, either Hardz had clipped a stin ray heading in towards the pond or there was a bit of feeding action going on as when I gybed I could see a large disturbance in the water, as I got closer there was something doing a 10-15ft circle strring up the mud and water surface which went on as I sailed past and into the channel, didn't spot any dolphin venting, may have been an upset ray or something a bit bitier.
Fun way to cap of the day wuith a good crew out.
|Stretch (18126km): |
Augusta, WA, AU. FF113/FW7.0/TWS33 GAF++ conditions, the high sand bar made conditions difficult, but still it was good to get a sail in with Lachy and Dave & Steve from One More Knot. What I learnt today is that it's harder to splash people with my Falcon than the Carbon Art. I tried to spray all of the above but barely got their ankles wet. Must practice more . Days are numbered for this spot, the old river mouth is now blocked off, so the "lagoon" will fill in. No great loss to be honest.
Congrats on the PBs Basil and Greg. Nice work 👍