Mid-North Coast Marauders (NSW, Australia) - 2015-06-01
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Mehore
35.154(D)
32.725(D)
12.721(D)
21.983(D)
22.357(D)
48.238(D)
Matt D
33.716(D)
30.579(D)
8.483(D)
21.399(D)
18.047(D)
22.955(D)
Wayno
28.798(D)
24.926(D)
9.447(D)
18.145(D)
19.325(D)
18.242(D)
Frothie
24.006(D)
20.504(D)
3.66(D)
7.438(D)
6.89(D)
7.558(D)
Gabe
33.337(D)
30.929(D)
0(D)
21.212(D)
24.54(D)
26.846(D)
Rob
33.959 [PB](D)
16.248(D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
1.136(D)
Mark Hampton
Steve
Mark Jordan
Trent Cooper
Phil Luke
Greg Cacace
Dale Jordan
RafD
Jason Fardell
Maree Jordan
Chris K
Garry Minogue
Wayne Hardes
Dion Hyde
AJEaster
Wally164
Far-Mid-North Coast
Geoff
Bruce
Chris Kelemen
Matthew Klause
Aza
Peter Braun
Atomic
Phil Bennett
Hamish Stuart
Andre Da Costa
Martin
JustinL
Ela
Bill
Andrew Muir
Irishtom
Feebz
Stuart Grehan
Glenn Bolton
Bairdy
Jorn
snelly
Fitzy
Germain
Average34.5631.8311.0821.6923.4537.54
Mehore (23820km):
1894 days ago
4 categories

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU. Was starting to look good today, but died in the ass. Some super flat patches just needed som more wind. SW to WSW in the end 12 to 20+ . Few of the boys out. Still pretty good for a change. 92 Patrik 6.6 Koncept 18 Delta. Go Marauders!!!!!



Matt D (18951km):
1894 days ago
1 categories

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU

First few runs were nice but then wind died and made it hard to get back shore, cold but sunny nice to be out on the water!

CA 117, GSR 7.1 and 20 then 18cm delta it is now shallow and flat!



Wayno (15707km):
1894 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU late session 2pm with the arvo crew, already a few early starters out looking sweet - Matty, Micky, Johnny, Hughy, Rusty, Frothy, then Brucey, Tibby and me. The early birds got the best of it today, a bit light on for the gear I chose but bloody flat and shallow on the banks today, SW 15 knots. 

Had to walk it a few times when I hit bottom during gybes. Followed Brucey in one run and had to walk it for a couple of hundred metres. So did Bruce, He blamed me, I blamed him. LOL.

6.0 GPS + CA SL55 + 19cm Delta. Dropped right off later on so we called it a day. Tibby has to learn how to water start, one day.......



Frothie (4002km):
1893 days ago

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU

Good sail with lots mates on the mothership!

 




Gabe (15447km):
1893 days ago
2 categories

Sailing Club, Wallis Lake, NSW, AU

     Good to be sailing again.Had a short session with Bill and Rob. Starting to get pretty cold in. We got a WSW wind at 15-25k on average.

 There was a favourable tide, but started to get a bit shallow towards the end. Gusty as usual, and the wind shifted to the SSW at the end as we were coming back. 93, 10.5, 6.2 Rob smashed out a great speed on that new 5.5 sail. Well done Rob.



Rob (1800km):
1892 days ago
1 categories

Wallis Lake, NSW, AU Had two files but could not combine them . 93lt  5.4 sail. Sailed with Gabe and Bill



Comments
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NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Great stuff Maurders

Happy Birthday Micky, well done today mate

Wayno


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Happy Birthday Micky for today and Matty D for yesterday. Good speed today lads.

Larko


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Good stuff guys!!

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NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Ha, its painful watching him locked into the dead lift of the uphaul for what looks like about 5mins............

But his super tough, so no probs

Wayno


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Yeah he had me worried for a minute there with the straining and grunting using the uphaul but he finally did it, maybe waterstarts are not that easy to master?? But you are never too old to learn a new trick...

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NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

You know with the waterstart, it takes a little energy to learn, some treading of water for a length of time when learning, but in the long run, the water start becomes way easier than uphauling

I havent sailed with an uphaul for yrs, the only time it gets a little tricky is when its super light, then you have to get the sail to lay across the back of the board, then hop on and uphaul the rig by using the mast

Honourable mention: Frothie drawing some great lines today man, well done, looked good

 

 

sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Glad you got a sail for your birthday Mick! Hope it stays shallow for when I can get out again. Whats the weed like?

Who's Tibby?

Mark Hampton


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Great Numbers Guys! Well-done!

Wayno


NSW
Australia
1894 days ago

Tibby is TB (Tibor) - Johhny's new Dad......

sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
1893 days ago

Tibor? I thought he'd be a whizz at waterstarts as he's a great sailor and been racing and  sailing for ages!Surprised

Wayno


NSW
Australia
1892 days ago

Yep and he can't water start for peanuts...something to do with being afraid of dangling legs in sharky water.....maybe.

sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
1892 days ago

Well he did sail mainly in Lake Macquarie..Wink

http://www.ted.com/talks/hamish_jolly_a_shark_deterrent_wetsuit_and_it_s_not_what_you_think

Matthew Klause


NSW
Australia
1891 days ago

Great PB Rob, well done.  

Faster than Lake George!

And all in 1km.

AndySails


QLD
Australia
1891 days ago
Great 2sec Rob, even quicker than Gabe! Well done.
Phil Bennett


NSW
Australia
1891 days ago

Good one Rob! Pretty hectic 1 kay...lol

Nigel


NSW
Australia
1890 days ago

Congrats on the PB Rob Cool Glad the OD worked for you. Shoot me a text or email and let me know when it's going to crank up there on a weekend next time and I'll bail on Friday night. Would be great to sail there... Sydney has been such a let down this winter.

Rob


NSW
Australia
1890 days ago

Thanks guys. Hope you and the family are well up their in QLD Andy and selling lots.Laughing

Mark Hampton


NSW
Australia
1890 days ago

Awesome Stuff RoB.  PB!

AJEaster


NSW
Australia
1889 days ago

Congrats on 2sec PB Rob.......awesome stuff mate

Mehore


NSW
Australia
1888 days ago
Congrats Rob!!