Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2020-02-09
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
kai
35.409(D)
32.96(D)
15.789(D)
0(D)
25.528(D)
34.819(D)
Antman
34.002(D)
32.714(D)
14.661(D)
22.465(D)
25.39(D)
55.944(D)
Flatchat
35.199(D)
33.423(D)
7.489(D)
20.668(D)
21.085(D)
29.787(D)
tailwind
36.562(D)
34.641(D)
11.651(D)
19.224(D)
26.426(D)
61.18(D)
Lunny
39.781(D)
36.676(D)
20.066(D)
25.652(D)
29.402(D)
107.155(D)
Pacey
37.526(D)
35.08(D)
6.134(D)
8.004(D)
27.913(D)
15.557(D)
Kenny
35.092(D)
33.125(D)
22.54(D)
24.593 [PB](D)
25.687(D)
96.89(D)
Woody-Mark
39.59(D)
37.302(D)
10.626(D)
20.362(D)
22.962(D)
29.099(D)
Windxtasy
36.097(D)
34.16(D)
6.806(D)
12.864(D)
12.491(D)
26.769(D)
Snickers
36.54(D)
34.802(D)
19.943(D)
23.293(D)
31.565(D)
92.275(D)
Boz
37.944(D)
36.256(D)
19.407(D)
24.001(D)
32.379(D)
128.919(D)
Pointman
39.499(D)
37.922(D)
17.369(D)
24.999(D)
32.617(D)
66.003(D)
AndreaMunich
21.378(D)
19.622(D)
5.655(D)
13.55(D)
15.975(D)
13.364(D)
Chris Porter
Jeff
paddymac
JC2
Jemma
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
Ricey
Bunyip
AC1
Hooksey
SRS73
Gloria
Reg
Topcat
Clue Thirst
The Shroom
fingers
Finback
Peanut
Average39.6937.6121.3025.3332.50118.04
kai (4783km):
1535 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

A very busy day on the river. Full power over the sand bank in the gusts.

57 Windtech, 6.2 NX, 29 Lockwood weed speed fin.



Antman (23042km):
1535 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU.Full power in the gusts on the 6.2 NX Sailworks and the 90ltr RRD xfire with a 27 cl weedie.Was busy on the water and needed to be very eyeful, was less crowded late and more enjoyable runs.



Flatchat (9962km):
1535 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Was blowin about 20-22 when I hit the water, but it soon cranked to 25-30. Way too overpowered on the 7m but decided to see if I could get some speed from the bigger setup. It was hard work but alot of fun trying. Very busy in the lanes but good later when most had gone in. Good to see Chris, Ant and Kai sending it over the shallows. Lots of grins.

FF98, Evo9 7.0, Tribal Wsp29



tailwind (7476km):
1535 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Great afternoon with a bunch of Pinnas



Lunny (42007km):
1535 days ago
5 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A pretty nice day at Liptons. Had trouble timing the gusts for speed today but a few ok runs.

M91, SV M1 6.2, Tribal ws 23



Pacey (704km):
1535 days ago

Liptons, Mistral 95, SV M2 6.2, Tribal delta 18.

A good session cut short by a high speed dismount in the shallows at Pt. Grey. Carbon boom broken in 3 places, harness hook bent enough to be unusable, broken top batten. Fortunately no injuries, except to the wallet.

Thanks to Lunny for sailing back and getting me a replacement boom, and sailing back with it clipped to the mast above his own boom. That's two rescues in two sailing sessions Lunny, this is getting to be a habit! Thanks also Elmo for the string needed to tie all the broken bits to the front deck of my board so I could sail back.



Kenny (16394km):
1535 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Rigged small in anticipation of the wind to go ballistic. Started off comfortably powered so went for an hour. Wind picked up late in the arvo maybe gusting up to 27knots.

Went for a few gybes which was tricky in the streaky gusts.  Glad to get a year old alpha PB even though it was a marginal improvement. Got back in at the end of the session to see Pacey's boom completely broken on both sides. Glad youre OK Andrew. A few Pinnas found the hard sand bank off point grey today. I opted not to use a delta so stayed well away from the smooth. 

5m Overdrive, 54 Manta, 25 TWS.



Woody-Mark (14748km):
1535 days ago
6 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A quick blast with the regular Mobsters and a good turnout of Pinnas. Some enjoyable runs and chats whilst watching everyone blasting down the strip. Glad Anita your Ok as that was one huge crash at Pt Grey. Pacey I missed yours but seening the carnage - boom harnass etc, it may have eclipsed Anita's. Glad you made it unscathed too. Mistral 91 Vapor 6.4 CL Delta 18



Windxtasy (13853km):
1535 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU Manta 54 with 18 tribal delta then Mistral 41, with 21 superweed 5m Koncept. 18 kn building too 22 with 24 kn gusts

A big team gathering at Liptons, and a post Albany reunion for many with lots of camaraderie.

Very happy with the speeds! A second best 2 sec and 5X for me. Good to be up there with the guys for speed for once. Unfortunately I was also up there with spectacular dismounts in the shallows and have bruised ribs and whiplash. Luckily my $10 boom fared better than Pacey's more expensive one. My boom is still in one piece.

I started the session trying some alphas but it quickly became too windy. I did manage a 20 and a 19 kn gybe but they were too wide. I find gybing very tiring, and I haven't quite recovered from the two consecutive sessions in Albany, so I almost didn't head over to Point Grey, but I felt good speed was on offer so I made the effort to cross the channel. Glad I did.

 



Snickers (12777km):
1535 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

isonic 76 NP rsr6.2, tribal delta 18

Don't get many days like that so it was worth making the trip to Liptons to give the delta a go. Loved the feeling of thinking I could sail anywhere at pt Grey until I discovered the hard way that I couldn't. Happy to score two PB's, both nautical miles Wink Great bunch of Pinnas there to sail with. Thanks Andrew for the beer and thanks Lunny for always looking out for others and being the first to rescue somebody again. 



Boz (39142km):
1535 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Bit of fun after not sailing for a week

Manta 54 KAR 6.3



Pointman (25080km):
1535 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Great sesh at Liptons.

Started on the WT64 + 7.0 TR9 + 33 Tribal WS.

Had a few good runs on this set-up and I was heading upwind at Pt Grey after a naughty run when I ventured too far into the shallows and ran aground.  I was only doing 22K, so it wasn't too catastrophic, but I did crack the nose of my beloved Windtech Cry and rip off a harness line.  Jury-rigged the harness line and sailed back upwind to swap boards.  Grabbed the Kinetic 90 + 27 Vector WS and got back into it.

The smaller fin and board was a better proposition anyway in the shallow water and thick weed, and after a bit of exploration I spotted a few crew doing runs off Point Grey, and went down to join them.

Had a pretty good sesh after that.  I got 3 x 39K+ peaks, just couldn't quite bag a 40.  Happy with the 5X, which makes it into my top 5, and rapt with a mile PB.  My last mile PB was 10 years ago!!

A nice 25K alpha rounded out a good set of numbers, so happy with my day out. Cool

Had to get off the water at 5, cos I went to see a Fringe show tonight with the missus, or otherwise I would've kept charging.

Also great to catch up with a bunch of Pinnas today. Smile

 



AndreaMunich (800km):
1533 days ago

Wasn't out much. Started with 4.7 and had to downsize quickliy to 3.7 but wind picked up too fast. Even the guys had nearly the same sail size like mine but were giving up fast.



Comments
SRS73


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Awesome Ant and Kai - 40 beckons!

Flatchat


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Great set of pb's Kai and Ant. Well done Pointy too. Still smashing out PBs.

Elmo


WA
Australia
1535 days ago
Nice swag of pb’s
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Congratulations Ant and Kai on your excellent PBs!

Super session all round Pointy! Well done on your nm PB! Much easier than on the Swan, I'll warrant.

Lunny


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Nice PB's Dunn Duo and PointyLaughing

You're doing really well with speed lately Anita. Nice work!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Thanks Craig. You are doing really well with rescues lately. I hope that is not a continuing trend.

Glad I inspired you to try for more speed. Not far off 40.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Pacey, you are getting 37's quite regularly now.

That 38 must be close.

Pacey


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

You would think so Anita, I'm stuck in a rut between 37.5 and 38 at the moment with lots of peaks over 38 but 2s under 38. Was hoping today would break that jinx, a bit more water on Pt Grey would have helped in more ways that one.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Those plateaux can be hard to get over. I was on 34.999 for so long before I finally cracked 35 and then went straight to 36.

I liked Ben's question today "is 36 the new normal?"

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

WOW, that is some alpha Kenny! HUGE! Well done!

Lunny


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

On ya Kenny Laughing

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Congrats Ant, Kai, Greg and Kenny on the pbs today, great technique Kenny too, and Anita fast speeds and a fast stop Laughing. Nice Alpha Lunny and Greg too.

STROPPO


WA
Australia
1535 days ago
Welldone on the pbs fellars and great reading glad you two are ok😎
Kenny


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Congrats on the PBs Ant and Kai. Looks like Melville was firing. Nice NMs Ben and Greg. The channel bit must have been butt clenching.Laughing Nice speeds Anita not far away from the big guns.

Snickers


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Congrats Ant, Kai, Greg and Kenny for some sweet PB's. That 25 Alpha is calling Ken and good hour too. Nice speeds Woody, Lunny and Greg. 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Lovely nautical mile PB, Ben! and some top 5 speeds as well. Congratulations! Glad you could join us on a windy day.

Boz, great numbers all round, looks like you had a lot of fun.

A top 5 alpha from Lunny too. Who needs Lilacs?

What a top team session! Lots out enjoying the wind, and improving our scores in three categories.

Flatchat


WA
Australia
1535 days ago
Go team Pinnas. Good to see that the journey sth was rewarded by Huey. Great turn and burn Kenny and also nice cannonball run Ben. Glad to hear you’re ok Pacey and Anita. Well done Lunny for another rescue mission.
Pointman


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Great PBs team Dunn Cool

I highly recommend you get yourselves down to Liptons next windy day and you'll obliterate those numbers!

Nice Alpha PB Kenny and a great mile there Ben Smile.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

Kenny, well done on a smoking hour, a second best for you, not far from a PB. Best hour of the day. Well deserving of a jelly bean

 

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
1535 days ago
Congrats on the naughty Ben😃
Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
1535 days ago
Congrats on very nice numbers team P impressive pbs to top it off and 36 seem to be the norm for the girls 👍😂
Pacey


WA
Australia
1535 days ago

My harness hook after yesterday's crash, compared to an undamaged one.

fangy


WA
Australia
1534 days ago

It's just too many pies Pacey Laughing

Congrats on all those PB's peeps! It sounds like twas a noice session, apart from the carnage.

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
1534 days ago
Pacey it called giving ur all
Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
1534 days ago

Congrats on the PB's guys. Well done.

Lunny


WA
Australia
1534 days ago

Glad you PBd on the NM Ben

Stretch


WA
Australia
1534 days ago

Great team effort Pinnas. Cool Congrats to the PBers tooCoolCool.  A bit of carnage in the shallows of Pt Gey, glad you all survived without serious injury

Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
1533 days ago

Great team outing & a swag or top numbers

PB's are Cool