Illawarra Speedsters (NSW, Australia) - 2016-06-21
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Eckers
33.22(D)
29.033(D)
8.422(D)
17.227(D)
18.323(D)
16.742(D)
TERRY
31.344(D)
29.939(D)
16.672(D)
21.082(D)
26.595(D)
66.761(D)
Jetlag
33.619(D)
30.731(D)
13.75(D)
19.58(D)
28.559(D)
25.9(D)
bushfire
38.109(D)
35.909(D)
16.039(D)
21.656(D)
27.723(D)
36.915(D)
philip watts
33.259(D)
29.037(D)
8.71(D)
12.702(D)
25.762(D)
16.135(D)
Chris
32.851 [PB](D)
29.052(D)
7.535(D)
0(D)
26.961(D)
14.942(D)
Matt R
34.97(D)
32.756(D)
13.505(D)
20.618(D)
27.792(D)
27.45(D)
Mike
MT
Liver
TEX
bj
Wilba
mdemol
jdemol
Mudcrab
nudie
Ken
Pat
JuJu
Windsurfunstu
youngy
Gerry
Witto
Big Z
Average36.5434.3316.3621.3728.1851.84
Eckers (10201km):
1507 days ago

Primbee, W-WNW, 10-20 with the occasional short lived 25 knot bullet.

Fanatic Falcon 104, Gun Sails Weed Control 29, North Warp 7.0

Enjoyable, cruisey, dare I even say it relaxing lunchtime sail at Primbee.  Some lovely long cruises up and down the strip.  



TERRY (29851km):
1507 days ago
2 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU     Nice and cruisy until after lunch when it was strong and gusty. 29kt max. on the wind meter.

                                Tabou 95l Rocket  NP 5.8 Evo6



Jetlag (7106km):
1507 days ago
1 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU Naish SP95 Loft Racing Blade 7.0 BP Weed Speed 28

Easy conditions for a change at Primbee. Consistent water depth and well powered up on the 7.0 for 1/2 the time. Not much in between. Collided with a weedberg, luckily only doing about 20kt at the time so nothing serious. Water definitely has a chill about it after all that rain.



bushfire (26346km):
1507 days ago
3 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU WNW to W , gusty, some gusts to 25 knots or so.

The wind was howling when I first arrived so I rigged my smallest sail - I haven't used this one for about 1 year! Of course the wind had backed off by the time I got on the water, but there were still some ok gusts. The water was pretty flat in places but hard to get much speed in the bearaways with such a small sail. Fortunately in the second hour the wind came back in (mostly) so the bearaways were a bit of fun. Nice to see Terry, Chris, Matt & Gerry. Luckily I managed to sail back to base before the wind turned off at the end of the day.Smile

SB W49, SV R5 5.1m, MxR UFO WS 20/50 OH



philip watts (2754km):
1507 days ago

Primbee, NSW, AU nice smooth conditions but wind switched off suddenly  and left everyone stranded, looking forward to a sail tomorrow, congratulations Jetlag and Chris nice PB's isonic  delta 20 severne 5.6m



Chris (1826km):
1507 days ago

Primbee, NSW, AU

Started off with a NNW 20-25knt when I first went out and had some nice broad reaches in the flat water heading south. It was hard work working back up north....then the wind cranked in to about 30-35knts and had some pretty hairy rides. Had an absolute ball though!!! Water is a bit fresh...

JP Slalom 84L     BP speed weed 23cm     NP Hornet 5.7m



Matt R (14095km):
1507 days ago
3 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU. AB 54 Slalom 78L, BP23WS, SW 6.2m NX.

It took forever to get away from work today, but being my second sail only this June it was great to be out thereLaughing. The water level looks good



Comments
bushfire


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Nice PB Jetlag - congratsCool. Sorry I missed you & Eckers - I was a bit late getting there.

Eckers


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Sounds like Primbee changed gears after lunch!  Well done on the NM PB Jetlag - I don't think I scored a single, full planing NM run - too many holes in the breeze!  

 

Nigel


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Well done Detlev. Good numbers all :)

Jetlag


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago
Sweet numbers for you too Glen. Don't apologize about missing us, you certainly didn't miss the best breeze by the looks of it !!!! I was lining up for a 1hr PB, only to have the breeze vanish at the 50 min mark. By vanish I mean, I was just standing there, near the caravan park at Windang watching the minutes tick by!!! There's always another day.
Windsurfunstu


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Well done guys. Sounds like a nice day. I was feeling pretty ill when I was climbing in the loader at 6am in the cold breeze. Almost had to come home sickCry Hopefully catch something soon.

Chris


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Nice work on the PB Jetlag, I saw that stack too it looked pretty spectacular.

Matt R


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Nice work on the PBs Chris and Jetlag, yeah those weedbergs and pretty solid and clingy things

bushfire


NSW
Australia
1507 days ago

Great PB Chris - getting faster all the time!Cool

Nice work Matt - could only wave to you as we went on opposite tacks, and had to leave before you came in.Frown

Jetlag


NSW
Australia
1506 days ago
Well done on the PB Chris. Looks like it filled in nicely for you after we left.
nudie


NSW
Australia
1506 days ago

Well done on the PB's Jetlag and Chris. Not like some we need to keep the business running no Lunchtime sailing Wink. Well done to all for getting out, It's quite heart breaking when I'm only inches away from the water's edge and can't go Yell.