Cockroaches (NSW, Australia) - 2015-04-08
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
.
34.09(D)
32.06(D)
19.51(D)
21.03(D)
26.99(D)
47.84(D)
Roar
37.52(D)
34.65(D)
9.84(D)
24.73(D)
24.86(D)
31.91(D)
Dave
27.57(D)
23.62(D)
7.49(D)
11.86(D)
11.11(D)
19.91(D)
Ads
30.32(D)
24.52(D)
6.09(D)
16.32(D)
13.42(D)
17.08(D)
Bossman
36.94(D)
34.2(D)
14.36(D)
17.46(D)
28.47(D)
35.232(D)
Chris Ting
Sam Parker
JB
Craig Hammond
table top russ
Spanners
Andy B
LEO
Allan Gleeson
AG1
Spencer Harris
Rossco
Wysey
Marty1970
Lee Condell
Eel
AUS154
ayden
Ndorfin
Average37.2334.4316.9422.8827.7341.54
. (49698km):
3334 days ago
2 categories

Budgewoi Lake, NSW, AU

Hey, sweet sess, great to c everyone........c ya all soon



Roar (11958km):
3334 days ago
3 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU

TRX 5.9 , JP slalom 90 , 28 weed speed

Patchy day down at  lake illawarra - had to wait a gbit for the gusts but had some great runs when it wsa on.

Wind direction was a lilttle too south but still pretty decent flat water in parts.



Dave (1080km):
3334 days ago

Clontarf, NSW, AU

...the dark side with Adam

 

JP Slalom V 122

North Ram 2012



Ads (7706km):
3334 days ago

Clontarf, NSW, AU. Westerly(a tad south) 10-25knots

Fanatic Slalom 125, Maui Technonics Spitfire 48, NP EVO5 7.8

After years of procrastination, finally tried the other side of the Spit Bride in a westerly with Dave Howe this arvo.(good idea Dave)Wink It certainly has potential and beats most of the other options on the north side in that wind direction. Speed run in between the boats, a lovely grassed rigging area. Almost worth the $8 parking fee!(But watch out for middle aged women walking their dogs)Undecided

And just for the record, those figures don’t really reflect the great sailing D. Howe managed today in our short session, he smashed me in truth! Tongue out

 




Bossman (14551km):
3334 days ago
2 categories

Peel St   WNW 15 -20 knots

Drops Slalom SX 8'10"  North Warp 7.0  Vector DWS 21

Very under finned today, only got lit up a couple of times today. Spent most of the day trying to stay upwind.

Good to see all the gang going for it.

Your sails are ready to go Johnny in 8 weeks 5.7, 6.3, 7.0, 7.8, 8.6

 



Comments
Matt D


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Awesome Johnny 29'000KM well Done!!!

sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Cripes! No wonder your so good with the gear! Congrats on 29000! Fun session today..

Larko


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Huge congrats on 29k Man of Mystery, massive effort!! Cool

Mehore


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago
Congrats on the 29k Johnny boy!! Nice numbers to bro!! Kicken ass roar!!! Work sux!!
Wayno


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Onya King Johnny (if that's your real name) on the huge feat of 29K's.

May be time for some new gear - bet the current stuff is wearing thin....LOL.

.


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Thanks all,

Im thinking of up grading to ricks north sails??????

Most of that 29k was off the plain or swimming in with  broken gear, or rescuing people.........

Larko


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Actually it was talking. Kiss

bushfire


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Good number Roar.Cool Sorry I missed you - couldn't get off work early enough.

Bossman


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

There are a lot of moored boats there Adam !!! And their hungry.

We used to sail there many years ago....got to many boats.

nudie


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

Roar in the end 7.0 was the right size. You got some great results.

Mehore


NSW
Australia
3334 days ago

SurprisedCrazy Miller!! You Have the masts just up grade your sails and stick with Ka!!!!CoolYour killing it!

Ads


NSW
Australia
3333 days ago

Hey Boss Man. Showing how it's done up there I see and setting up a shop no less. Love ya work! Yes thats correct, boats galore and they do keep you on your game, that’s for sure. The speed run on starboard is actually a bare away into the Mosman Rowers pontoon, so at least you know when to stop! Dave & i are just looking to keep the driving to a minimum and experimenting with different local spots in all wind directions. We’re exploring the harbour on windsurfers you might say. Keeping the Mike and Mal dream alive! I know all about hungry boats to be honest. Check out dinner leftovers done on the other side, in much less traffic, when you were watching Tinkabelle last wkLaughing