||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Old Man Steve|
|Izaak Perkins (21048km): |
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU
Awesome session, just fun out there. Some big gusts! Just a bummer it remained so square to the sandbar. But can't complain Even though my front fin bolt was half done up and the fin wanting to come out of the board each run Stoked with a 40 5x10 and a high 27 alpha!! Wasn't easy out there at times. Well done all
NP RSREVO8 5.2, Jp Speed 45, C3 Sweed 19cm
|cookie (14236km): |
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU, Great fun today, started on the M47 with 40s straight up finishing with a low 44.
Changed to the M41 which was better heading out into the famous Port Sorrell chop on the bare aways.
Great that Dave made the trip up. Good to catch up with everyone else.
Well done on the 5x10 Izaak and a fantastic corner.
M47, CL24W, M41 assy 19.5, R6 5.6
|Johno (4866km): |
Woo Hoo 60 yo and 40kts got to be happy with that
Arrived at the sandbar second sail for the year and wind at the airport just around the corner 35 gusting to 45kts
The big guns were making the most of it well done Izaak what a corner and Cookie thats quick can't wait to see Dave's post
Port Sorell, TAS, AU
|Barry (20505km): |
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU Memorable blast with a bunch of big guns. Couldnt match their speed, but had a heap of fun. Nice and flat close to the bank, but a whole lot choppier out where the big bearaways were happening.
Great speeds guys, and another sensational corner by Izaak.
|TGale (7084km): |
Dorans, TAS, AU Strong and gusty wind with some nice chop and about 10 out. IS 76, North Ram 5.7, North Shore Fins racing 28
|Dave Morehead (18778km): |
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU
iSonic 70 | Overdrive 5.7 | C3 Slingshot 23
Certainly worth the trip up. Sunny and windy (very windy)! Cookie and Izaak were going for it through the chop and I saw Johno get lifted about a metre and then slammed by one squall while doing about 35 knots! Great fun, but pretty tricky leaving the small patch of flat water along the bar and bearing away into ever-increasing chop with 40 knots of wind behind you (and on the opposite tack)!
Addendum: Had a 44.065 knot 2-second when posting through KA72, but on closer inspection of the file in RealSpeed that run had a missing data point and the acceleration was a little messy. I also had a second GPS that did not support the 44+ knot 2-second, so now posting my next fastest run of 43.14 knots!