The Wannabees (WA, Australia) - 2011-09-18
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
obi one tobi
22.37(D)
12.99(D)
0(D)
11.02(D)
9.89(D)
2.84(D)
SOMEPUNK
34.87(D)
31.21(D)
10.44(D)
21.33(D)
24.52(D)
20.61(D)
Troutty Trousers (AKA Fish Pants)
36.81 [PB](D)
31.84(D)
9.63(D)
21.22(D)
20.98(D)
29.95(D)
col
30.97(D)
27.52(D)
7.67(D)
18.72(D)
17.19(D)
23.01(D)
ray gun
22.36(D)
15.48(D)
0(D)
11.89(D)
0(D)
1.84(D)
Baldy
Jet
Benny
Garry Baker
Brayden Baker
Craw
Bertie
Slappa
Diablo
Cupsta
Stacey
brabo
timl
jay rey
Slickmezzie
Whitey76
Josie778
Wally Sailor
goodzee
sheppy
Average35.8431.5310.0421.2822.7526.48
obi one tobi (4295km):
3253 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU- not so good in a WSW er ! gusty yucky and F#@%$#!!d

Heres what i ran into out on the water and dragged home

heres my mate RAYGUN- would you buy a used board from these pirates ?



SOMEPUNK (6352km):
3253 days ago
3 categories

Point Walter, WA, AU

 

There you go Troutty Smile posted pronto just for you. Congrats on the PB. That was hard work and not really the most fun I've had sailing but as always enjoyed "getting wet" and catching up with everyone. Point Walter AKA "Wally World" didn't really turn it on for us today. The tide was too high and Weasterlies don't get the angle or consistancy needed to pull good speeds (some CRAZY chop out there as Trouty will tell you) .

What I did discover is that between the end of the bar and the spit post, running down to Claremont Yacht Club was the best place to be and a lot of fun when you caught a good gust! Saw JC, Pointman and Lao Shi who all reported an average days sailing (That reminds me. Lao Shi do you use red ali vent screws as I found one where you packed up?).

Used my new Reflex II 5.6 for the first time and really stoked. Just need to do a couple of tuning adjustments and will be ready to go supersonic as this thing is so stable and easy to use.

Severne Reflex II 5.6, Starboard I-Sonic 81 Wood, Flying Objects Nitro 30cm

 

 



Troutty Trousers (AKA Fish Pants) (20226km):
3253 days ago
6 categories

Point Walter, WA, AU

Isonic 86 "new' Reflex 5.6 Fo nitro 30

Not the nicest of conditions but hey got to take what you can get

Big off about mid point and donated another harness line to heuy pain soon dissappeared went I saw a 37 on the dial and I live to fight another dayTongue out

Lucky to catch a bullet in the right place but otherwise I got wet



col (15103km):
3251 days ago
2 categories


ray gun (14023km):
3247 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU  iso94,Lightning5.4,gw33

too much wind got out of there.



Comments
Snides


WA
Australia
3253 days ago
i'm in awe of the first pic! yep had to be said,will come in handy when your up a certain creek as well!
Firiebob


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

And I thought I had a scarry head Tobi Surprised

col


WA
Australia
3252 days ago

Jeez ! hope you didnt run into it or else you would have been up the creek. I cant add to the tally for today as I left my GPS turned on for the drive home. Saw a 28 max but I had a blinder of a run later on  I swear !

Melville, Falcon 101,KA Koncept 5.7,Leading edge B something 32,way overpowered in the gusts,then ok,then grovelling then way overpowered,then ok you get the drift !

Is there anything I can do to retrieve the data up to the point I left the carpark !

Results Sept 18 are as
 
2 sec         30.97
5x10 Sec    27.52
Alpha         18.72
NM            17.19
Hr              7.67
Km            23.01

JC


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

nice one Punk - always good to get a PB. You obviously got one of those gusts where i was on the beach hanging onto the kit so it wouldn't catapult all the way from Wally World to Dalkeith in one go ....

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Col, just email your track to someone who has realspeed. Lao shi salvaged one for me a while back when I left my GPS on for the ride home.

Congrats on the PB's today guys. It took some guts as well as gusts to get them I'm sure.

Diablo


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Hey obi one, I certainly wouldn't buy a used board off you at the moment, I'm worried it might have hit that bloody oar.

Nice pb's Somepunk and Troutty

ray gun


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Wow welldone on the pb's you too. that must have been super hard work, was gusty enough at PPmust have been like a light switch turning on and off up there.

Hey obi sail or salvage operation.Wink who's the dodgy looking guy.

 

Troutty Trousers (AKA Fish Pants)


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Col if you want you can email to me I have realspeed and can sort it out for you trouttytrousers@hotmail.com

nebbian


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Hey Obiwan is that a car key attached to the oar?  See if you can find a car that hasn't been moved for a while and give it a go!

[edit] Rowlock... damn perspective!

lao shi


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Nice peak PBs, Somepunk and trouttyCool

obi one tobi


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Excellent speeds SP Troutty!  F in Excellent ! And some good jelly beans.

Nebs - no car key attached- was attached to an Iso 86 for a while - so I took that home under salvage rights!

PJ Bogan


SA
Australia
3253 days ago

Grats on PB's.

Obi thats some serious looking paddle. Glad you ulled it out otherwise some other poor sod would have collected that:-\

Nauli


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Great PB's guys...well done.

Pointman


WA
Australia
3253 days ago

Nice peaks there SP & Troutty.

It was hard yards finding the gusts in the right spots yesterday.

obi one tobi


WA
Australia
3251 days ago

Col u can edit your post by going "my data" above and selecting the day- but I can set it as your captain if you want. Great times too !

Slappa


WA
Australia
3251 days ago
PBs To the wannabes !!!!!! Yeh! Great stuff guys No broken bodies to boot!
Baldy


WA
Australia
3251 days ago

Some solid numbers there guys. Well done. Keeping the Wannabees up there. Cool