Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2020-05-24
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
fangy
28.849(D)
25.22(D)
9.171(D)
5.526(D)
23.119(D)
19.132(D)
Decrepit
31.362(D)
29.598(D)
8.413(D)
14.125(D)
24.194(D)
15.633(D)
Stretch
30.081(D)
26.567(D)
8.113(D)
12.301(D)
20.719(D)
17.412(D)
Lombok
29.706(D)
27.519(D)
10.381(D)
13.048(D)
20.636(D)
29.477(D)
waricle
29.636(D)
26.269(D)
5.997(D)
10.798(D)
15.033(D)
11.521(D)
The Scud
28.574 [PB](D)
27.817 [PB](D)
14.599 [PB](D)
14.492 [PB](D)
23.093 [PB](D)
41.89 [PB](D)
Hardie
Binny
Bugs
Bender
Elmo
Firiebob
man of
Sammy the snail
evets
SluGger
Basil
ratz
otts
Oaf
Man Over Board
(Flyin-) fin
Shane121
WazzaYotty
Morts
Mad Max
TOBYchef
Jonski
Swindy
Auz
Greggo
Frank
Rayman
Rocky hammond
Hammer
Average30.7228.7112.4914.3123.6635.68
fangy (18877km):
77 days ago

Nirimba - Point Grey with The Scud. Well that was hard work! Very gusty, one minute over powered, the next dead in the water. I went for Missy Flow Koncept 6.6. While the sail was probably about right on average, I probably should have gone the Barge to get through the lulls. The best water was over Point Grey and Ward Point. The breeze was too NE to get up into Boombas until late in the sesh when it swung more North, but i was too well cooked by then to try it out. Post more later when I get a chance.

 



Decrepit (49544km):
77 days ago
1 categories

Ward Pt via Cobblers. new 55cm board to get through the lulls and 5.2 speed to handle the gusts, with the 23cm 40/60deg.

Good job Peter and I didn't head towards Australind, cause I left my masts behind and he left his fin screws at home. And to further reinforce our silly old fart status, I left my GW60 ticking away on the dashboard And Peter didn't turn his on until he first attempted to check his speed.

Ward point wasn't as flat as I hoped, very high water, what is normally thigh deep was chest deep, and what is normally a too shallow sand bank was today deep to fly over with confidence.

There was some almost flatish water in the corner where Ward Pt sticks out into the main estuary. Trouble was I kept finding the best wind close to shore and heading straight at it. Too unnerving for me to push it.

 We weren't sailing too far away from Fangy and Scud, but didn't see any sign of them?



Stretch (18126km):
77 days ago
5 categories

Leschenault, WA, AU FF113/SCR7.0 Best thing about windsurfing today was catching up with everyone and the hot shower after. Wind was more easterly than predicted and fickle. Just got cold. Pity it didnt deliver more because there was a good rollup with Vic, Lachy, Dave, Steve, Marcus, Dennis and Dean all in attendance.  Jonski also turned up at Buffalo Rd later on, hopefully he had more success



Lombok (3486km):
77 days ago
4 categories

Morning sail at Leschenault Inlet with JP142L Magic Ride-Loftsails 6.3 Racing Blade-JP 31 Weed Freeride

Enjoyed sailing at a new location and good to catch up with Dave, Rob and Steve. Cheers Steve for sorting out my flat tyre while I was drifting back inSmile

Like yesterday, started out okay and then the wind faded. Picked up while I was leaving which was deserving for Dave and Steve as they missed the first breeze.

Leschenault Inlet



waricle (5120km):
77 days ago

Olive Reserve, WA, AU  JP fsw 110 koncept 5.4 Fangy 24  Had a short sail with Decrepid, sometimes 5.4 wasnt enough and sometimes WAY to much.

got a bit lumpy too. See what tomorrow brings forgot to turn on the watch till later. have to approximate the speed on my NM- any suggestions?



The Scud (42km):
77 days ago

The scud's having trouble logging in, I haven't managed to figi=ure out why yet, so have found an old OS that still has a working version of GPSResults so I can post for him.

Mike



Comments
fangy


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Mike we were there when the Police boat went past on its way South - we were looking for you guys but didn't see any sign either.

I had once decent off ( lost it when I hit the wake of the only boat out there - yep the Police), but I am not sure whether it was that or crashing along on the chop - but if you look closely you can see the second hand on my watch has been bounced off its spindle. Watch is still working, just sans seconds now.Tongue out

waricle


WA
Australia
77 days ago

It got knocked it back a whole day too...or could you have warped into a parallel sailing spot and the watch just threw up its hand in despair???

Decrepit


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Ross, that's way after we were there, I was off the water at 12:30

Decrepit


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Rob, what forecast were you looking at? cause Willyweather shows it

quite easterly One of the reasons I decided to stay here and go out at cobblers.

 

Jonski


WA
Australia
77 days ago
Good on you guys getting wet. I had a good look at Buffalo road but the wind wasn’t there.
fangy


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Peter - without my glasses I can't see the date, so I dont reckon that's been right in many years!  As for your speed, as a conservative estimate- I reckon somewhere between 55 - 58 knots. Laughing

Stretch


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Yes, you're right Mike. I thought the forecast had more north in it earlier on

Firiebob


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Mike after reading your post, I thought of a couple smart arse coments but honestly mate you've redeemed yourself with a cracker session, top of the pops again Cool

Good to see everyone sailing far and wide, I kept the lounge heater company, fairly happy with my session on a cold gusty wet day Laughing

waricle


WA
Australia
77 days ago

thanks Ross,I underestimated by a good two or three knots! Where to tomorrow I wonder?

Decrepit


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Thanks Firie, love your under water dolphin vid!

Captain bogan


SA
Australia
77 days ago
fangy


WA
Australia
77 days ago
Yes, The Scud, so close, but then...doh!
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Welcome to the competition Scud. I am sure you have been warned how addictive it is. Enjoy.

Good set of numbers to open your account. Putting Fangy to shame actually. Team hour of the day, alpha of the day and distance of the day. That really is trying too hard. Fangy may get you blocked if you keep that up.

Stretch


WA
Australia
77 days ago

Great first set of numbers ScudCool   Minus points for letting Fangy beat you on 2s and 5 x 10s, never again!Laughing

fangy


WA
Australia
76 days ago

On behalf of the Scud, who appears to still be the useless youngest sibling of the family and has failed at the first hurdle of login and password...

"Thank you Anita and Stretchy. I defo would have gone faster if I could do maths and figure out what length extension to use - turns out 463 - 430 = 33cm extension. Not 26cm - ha! Well who knew that? "

The Scud


WA
Australia
76 days ago
Note to self:give Ross a cock punch next time I see him....
fangy


WA
Australia
76 days ago

 Ask anyone on GPSTC Scud, you have got off lightly so far.LaughingLaughing

The Scud


WA
Australia
76 days ago
Bring it fatty😜!,first rule of the yard ,hit first and hit hard...