One Eyed Cantabrians (Sth Is, New Zealand) - 2010-12-31
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Steven Mc
27.14(D)
25.9(D)
16.9(D)
17.66(D)
20.21(D)
37.04(D)
Scope
29.42(D)
27.78(D)
17.43(D)
19.8(D)
23.19(D)
37.2(D)
Mike Sinclair
25.53(D)
24.61(D)
15.28(D)
16.19(D)
22.65(D)
28.99(D)
Allan Taylor
33.87(D)
31.24(D)
14.62(D)
22.53(D)
21.37(D)
31.72(D)
Dan
29.98(D)
28.05(D)
0(D)
19.81(D)
25.3(D)
58.16(D)
Glen
Terry A
whererulucy
Ned Tamatea
Shane Blake
Dinks
Sean Patterson
Ben Collins
Terry Beentjes
Fred de Haas
g
Veeman
Stephen
Taylor
Dave
nzakka
Holly
Finn
Derek R
MrFish
Dan M
Ben
Pete
Tom O'Neill
Miranda
John Ross
Fenella Bowater
Allan Taylor
Vee
Windsurfing Nelson
The Shop Grom
Aaron White
Average31.9329.6517.1721.1724.2547.68
Steven Mc (827km):
3948 days ago
1 categories

Dying easterly



Scope (2305km):
3948 days ago
3 categories

Good combo for me today in a 12-18knot NE. Bit more volume and a bit more sail than Steve.

CA SL 70, 7.0 Overdrive and the star of the show my new C3 Sting (42cm). Was previously using a 46 Venom but the Sting just brought the board alive. Couple of knots faster at least, but also just a better more lively and light feel.

The Poo Point to Cass Bay mile run wasn't quite happening today .

 

Happy New Year everyone.



Mike Sinclair (23947km):
3948 days ago
3 categories

Estuary 4pm to 5pm ......  dying then dead easterly

SL66, Maui 7.0, Techtonics 40cm fin

Nice session with real flat water due to no wind

the meter was running for exactly 60 minutes, not a bad hour since I went up to the jetty and back to bowling green 3 times.

Tomorrow Greenpark if it blows.....any takers?



Allan Taylor (2665km):
3947 days ago
2 categories

Clearwater

Fanatic Hawk 100, NP Evo3 6.2, C3 Venom 36



Dan (36829km):
3942 days ago
1 categories

Lake Aviemore, Falcon 90, overdrive 6.7, C3 venom 30. nice consistant winds today



Comments
Mike Sinclair


Sth Is
New Zealand
3948 days ago

Hey Neil,

           those Stings are a big step up from a Venom aren't they?

They just don't fall over and give up the way the Venom does. Much better.

I ran a techtonics 40cm today since I was late tidewise and there was a chance of doing some plowing and what a dog the Tech is downwind compared to the Sting, it just drags and will not free up.