Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2018-06-09
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Mad Max
24.978(D)
22.492(D)
6.651(D)
0(D)
13.735(D)
16.94(D)
Stretch
37.555(D)
35.856(D)
14.454(D)
20.985(D)
25.973(D)
61.512(D)
Swindy
30.038(D)
28.511(D)
21.181(D)
20.668(D)
26.476(D)
72.513(D)
Decrepit
32.257(D)
31.441(D)
19.188(D)
21.981(D)
26.995(D)
67.94(D)
Oaf
35.366(D)
31.997(D)
17.892(D)
23.713(D)
22.333(D)
41.714(D)
Jonski
34.252(D)
32.336(D)
19.787(D)
19.103(D)
29.852(D)
109.945(D)
Firiebob
34.752(D)
32.936(D)
0(D)
6.988(D)
19.448(D)
12.156(D)
evets
35.077(D)
33.257(D)
13.146(D)
16.418(D)
21.365(D)
31.024(D)
Shane121
28.357(D)
24.711(D)
3.112(D)
5.583(D)
5.381(D)
6(D)
SluGger
35.211(D)
32.991(D)
15.676(D)
22.561(D)
26.627(D)
49.38(D)
Hardie
Binny
Bugs
Bender
Elmo
man of
Sammy the snail
Basil
PJ
ratz
fangman
otts
Man Over Board
(dol-) fin
WazzaYotty
Morts
TOBYchef
Auz
Greggo
Average36.4634.5620.4823.1428.4291.23
Mad Max (146km):
13 days ago

Leschenault, WA, AU

excite105 tr8 5.5m  weedy

very chilly, felt alittle over powered on my sail but enjoyed my first winter sail,

good to meet the mob, thanks for the motivation Steve Smile

 



Stretch (10958km):
13 days ago
2 categories

Leschenault, WA, AU. FF113/GPS7.3 (35kts on that), then CA52/GPS6.0  Went up the north end of Leschenault and I think that was a good choice as there was a good little speed run on the west side of the estuary.  WInd was a bit variable but good to get out. There was a Busso invasion with Dave, Steve, Chris and Marcus all out having a good time.  Slugger and Max were going good too until Slug crashed and burned injuring himself Frown. I'll let him tell that story. Heal up soon Simon, hope you not stuck at the Doctor's too long 



Swindy (3710km):
13 days ago
2 categories

Point Grey, WA, AU

Later



Decrepit (44851km):
13 days ago
1 categories

Fun time at Boombas.

Great to catch up with Auz, who was there with Roger and John when I arrived.

Wind was light but a good angle, Too light for the new board, so went with the 6.2 on the 53 with 36cm @ 45deg. This worked well for about 1.5 hours, then the wind swung more westerly and it was a scrabble to get back to base, for lunch.

Firie and Sam had arrived, Sam to take pics, Firie to test his rubber.

After lunch stroppo arrived and the wind picked up. He rigged a 6, so I went with the 5.4 plugged into the new board, with the 23cm @ 40/60deg.

I wasn't game to venture 6km downwind to the smooth stuff, so played around just out from the rigging area. If you could catch the front of a gusr after a lull, there was some almost flat stuff between shore and about 500m out. So I just did short runs, looking for good wind on flat water.

New board went well, longing to get it into flat water with wind!



Oaf (6306km):
13 days ago
1 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU

That was very pleasant.  Had a late start, on the water just before 4PM.  Rigged in the nice sunshine, a few showers and some rainbows and tons of flattish water.  The tide was a lot better than the last few times I sailed here. It was also great to have the company of Yoyo who re-rigged when I decided to go out.  Just so happy to get out and have a fun sail.

 Exocet SL 94, HSM GPS 6.6

 

 



Jonski (3508km):
13 days ago
4 categories

Point Grey, WA, AU

Patrick 128 then 92, Maui sails TRX 7.0, leading edge 34 then 32 Great day on the water testing some new to me gear. 128ltr Patrick went really well with a top speed of 32knts and felt fine in a bit of chop too really liked it just hard to gybe as itís 81 wide. 7.0 TRX also seemed a decent improvement on the 2012 warp that itís replaced just going to take a bit to get used to as itís a very different sail. Enjoyed myself at Boombas today and had the 2nd Bay to myself for most of the session.

Firiebob (13695km):
13 days ago

Point Grey, WA, AU

Today I thought I better show up or I'll be looking for another team. Got to Boombas and caught up with the artic monkeys, got a few pluses today, one the monkey's also nice to finially meet Aus and great to see Sammy and his lovely partner.

Only a half arse session from me, no way near enough rubber protection for me so I pulled the pin after a few runs. I was impressed watching Mad Mike flying over the chop on his new built by him board. I was thinking how cool is that, sailing your own designed and built board. I think most of us have dreamed of doing it but end up putting it in the too hard basket.

Good call Pas, too cold for me and maybe last sail till exmouth Embarassed

CA SL87, Tribal 27WS, 5.8 Koncept and a thin rubber not built for pleasure...



evets (17647km):
13 days ago
1 categories

Lilacs M91SL TR17 6.3 Pepespeedweed 27@48

Surprising fun in the sun with Cliff and Shane.

Exactly the conditions I thought the Mistral would be ideal for. 3-20 knots. I could not line up the flatish water with the strng gusts. Great to get out on a day which was forecast to be nasty but was sunny until 1600hrs.

Wind N-NW, launched at Harding.

 



Shane121 (3517km):
12 days ago

Albany, WA, AU Harding rd with Steve and Cliff challenging conditions but fun to get out on water Cool

NP EVO 5 6.4 that needs decommissioning  . JP 101 , JP 25 weedy



SluGger (6599km):
12 days ago
1 categories

Decrep here, I've deleted Simons car drive from the rest of his session.



Comments
fangman


WA
Australia
13 days ago
" Tis only a flesh wound..." Looking forward to seeing this workers completely claim :-)
Decrepit


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Great going team. bring on tomorrow.

Decrepit


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Bad luck Bob, Steve's pinched your jelly bean.

Decrepit


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Not good to hear Simon, you well and truly deserve a jelly bean.

Maybe we can all club in and buy you a bag.

Hardie


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Bloody hell Simon, I hope you have a speedy recoverySurprised

Stretch


WA
Australia
13 days ago
Not good Simon. Take care...
Morts


WA
Australia
13 days ago
Bugger, those sudden stops hurt. Hope you feel better soon Simon, if not ask for more drugs! Nice session mobsters 😎
BSN101


WA
Australia
13 days ago
Nurses any good fella?
STROPPO


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Thats no good Simon safer foiling hope your not bustard custard for to longSurprised

SluGger


WA
Australia
13 days ago
Nice going fellas, 😎😎 I was enjoying myself at the local with Max, Rob and the busso boys, until a big off which catupaulted me into the boom, totally winded and in pain I new it wasnít good, Steve came to my rescue then Rob and Chris, As I was on the other side of the estuary Rob headed back to get the car and Chris walked me to shore. Left the bloody gps on in the car.. Still in hospital lower ribs but also liver damage, just been on the machine that goes BING!! Thanks for all the help today fellas top blokes, Have a 101 on me I will post my results as may of got me a jelly bean 😎😎
Firiebob


WA
Australia
13 days ago

That's a bugger Scissor, a big bugger Frown

Strop and I were having a moment looking a big beautiful rainbow, your name did come up. I didn't hear any angels singing so you should be alright mate. I hope your nurses look like the ones Benny Hill had Laughing All the best mate.

 

Mike was that bean for distance LaughingEmbarassed

Decrepit


WA
Australia
13 days ago

Ha ha, no Bob, 5X10, Steve beat you by 0.32kts

fangman


WA
Australia
13 days ago
Cikey Sludge - hope to hear you are on the mend soon!
Swindy


WA
Australia
12 days ago

The machine that goes BING!! it must be pretty serious. Rest up mate,hope they are giving you some good drugs for the pain.

evets


WA
Australia
12 days ago
Really sorry to hear that you were injured Simon. Ribs vs boom never ends well. Get wel soon.
evets


WA
Australia
12 days ago
Sorry about that jelly bean Bob. Tis early in the month so I suspect it will evaporate!
Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
12 days ago

Nice going guys.. went to boombas to check on the boys, have a drive wiz the missis and have a snif.. good to catch up Cool

did few pics.. wind was 20 on the shore at time.

Look after yourself Simon, you only have one body!! Get better.. speedsailing DOES damages to your body (I know too what im talking about ;))

ratz


WA
Australia
12 days ago

well done to all that got out

work got in the way of my sailing again

sorry to hear about the off slugger...hope you recover soon.

Decrepit


WA
Australia
12 days ago

I don't know you help a mate out and he pinches your alpha jelly bean.

SluGger


WA
Australia
12 days ago

Thanks for sorting Mike and thanks fellas for all your well wishes, Have some good anti inflams and pain killers, 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
12 days ago

Best wishes for a speedy recovery, Simon. It is always heartwarming to hear how the other sailors always come to the fore and help out when a fellow sailor is in trouble.

Elmo


WA
Australia
12 days ago

Get well soon Simon.