|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Richard Reynolds: Rico|
|Billy Green Island|
|Freddy Burke (12035km): |
Holloways Beach......low tide
Was not sure what to expect at the beach but had some decent gusts at Freshwater so went out for a look and was good.
Went out yesterday but was flat as. !!
RRD X/FIRE 102, LOFT O2 6.6 CANEFIRE 38
|Kel (34169km): |
Green Island, QLD, AUGood early morning session at Green. On the water before 7 to make the most of the fast falling tide. A nice 25 to 30knts with flatish water when the tide fell to fin deep + 1cm. Would have been nice to have more time on the water but headed home before the arvo tide. Used, Isonic Ss49, Overdrive 6.2 and Tribal SW23
|dr cam (36696km): |
Green Island, QLD, AU Quick session from dawn -great fun !! Stayed overnight to make sure we were all on deck for the early start ...
Wind was a solid 25-30 with the odd gust higher ...
Started on the ISO 80 RSR 6.4 e 7 Tribal sw 25 then had a couple of late runs on the Jp Speed 50 Evo 7 5.8 Tribal sw 23 .Hooked onto a lucky gust on my second last run & yehaar 42.9 on the dial ...Stoked ...!!!
More later ...after lunch session looming
Afternoon session was a lesson in efficiency -Step son Lach on the Jp 50 speed & RSR 5.8 was sailing brilliantly & added to his PB tally -plus he thrashed me The 6.4 was a real handful this afternoon -outhaul slippages didnt help .
Great Day & well done to Kel & Lach !!
|Locky (4637km): |
Well what a day!
started early with a 6is get up, on the water by 6:30, a few warm up runs to get us in the groove.
gave it a fair crack but Cam and Kel we dominating, i guess the 5.8 just wast enough for the conditions.
the mornings efforts put us in a tieing position, not ideal just meant there was preasure to do well in the
the afternoon seshion was pretty good, my 5.8 felt amazing in the stronger winds. the Jp speed 50 is a solid
board. I really do think its pretty amazing. one of the highlights today was sailing out from green watching a
very grey squall rolling through in the background and in the foreground were the most amazing green colors
from the reef which was lit by the sun. epic contrast! all in all a good day :)
| Eddy (19361km): |
Port Douglas, QLD, AUGot a SD card for GPS, managed to down load yesterdays session..Hope everyone has a good session at GI tomorrow..I cant make it have to work,might get out for a late arvo blast..Cheers Ed..