Mandurah Mob (WA, Australia) - 2022-01-08
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
The Scud
38.117 [PB](D)
35.607(D)
8.93(D)
5.715(D)
14.279(D)
29.259(D)
Elmo
39.299(D)
36.309(D)
9.773(D)
16.713(D)
25.294(D)
24.349(D)
Rocky
33.504(D)
30.068(D)
10.216(D)
20.085(D)
25.79(D)
65.333(D)
SluGger
39.812 [PB](D)
37.085(D)
11.479(D)
22.648(D)
25.511(D)
57.404(D)
Bully boy fat Basil
23.919(D)
16.309(D)
0(D)
8.011(D)
4.594(D)
2.997(D)
(Mu-) fin
31.296(D)
28.35(D)
7.99(D)
20.564(D)
27.7(D)
22.2(D)
remery
41.066 [PB](D)
37.744 [PB](D)
4.052(D)
0(D)
5.487(D)
19.872(D)
Firiebob
40.088(D)
37.236(D)
6.391(D)
9.373(D)
16.036(D)
22.137(D)
Decrepit
37.178(D)
35.559(D)
9.756(D)
22.947(D)
16.381(D)
35.576(D)
Hardie
41.025(D)
39.489(D)
12.195(D)
13.871(D)
21.476(D)
32.606(D)
Binny
Bugs
Bender
man of
Sammy the snail
Pepe47
evets
ratz
fangy
otts
Oaf
Shane121
WazzaYotty
Morts
Mad Max
TOBYchef
Jonski
Swindy
Auz
waricle
Greggo
Frank
Rayman
Hammer
Lombok
Stingray
Rob
Sam
Scud
Average41.0538.6211.8422.8026.7561.37
The Scud (1975km):
827 days ago
Peel Inlet, WA,au falcon113,6.3,ff22 Cracking day ,things got a bit hairy with the AU bearing off a few times ,but the old girl powered thru the messy driving

Elmo (31413km):
827 days ago

JP Speed 54, Tribal Delta 18cm, NP RSR E6 6.4m

Finally a bit of proper wind, unfortunately I struggled to be in the right place at the right time.

Spent most of my time over on Pt Grey, was some nice flats over there but struggled to connect the gusts, only realy did it one one run.

Bit of an eventfull sail, going into one run on the Pt sailed over a large ray swimming on the surface, scared it and got hit in the leg by it's wing, (left a brown trail with that).

Over the other side went into a gybe at Liptons and rehooked, managed to unhook just before going over only to have my leg fall accross the front of the board and then have the mast chop down onto my leg, again a bit more brown expecting to hear sounds I didn't want to, fun trying to get leg out with wind pushing sail down. After that I decided Huey was trying to tell me something so I flagged the session.

Happy with the sail, not as happy as some who managed to connect the dots today.

Good fun.



Rocky (1682km):
827 days ago

Cervantes, WA, AU



SluGger (13722km):
827 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

post more later, Massive congrats Rob you ripperCoolCool



Bully boy fat Basil (4776km):
827 days ago

Coodanup, WA, AU

Last time out my big off all but broke the webbing on my harness line. It broke as soon as I launched today. My spare was a miserable 60 cm. and i have used 76 cm for the last few years. Felt terrible and I never relly got going

 



(Mu-) fin (15418km):
827 days ago

   Fangyland , Peel ,  WA , AU    .  

There was some wind for a change,,,  maybe a little bit much, had some trouble with the old Avi5.3 sail as I'd left

the other boom at home,,, so wasted some time getting it sorted on the one I had. 

There was no smooth, it was a bone shaking experiance in some areas but am surprised at the alpha , it was rough

but maybe not so with the alpha ???   

 The excitment and wind made it a fun summers day out. Should have been better prepared . 

                  Laughing     

    



remery (5218km):
827 days ago
2 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

What an epic day. It took me until the last run to get a PB.

The GW60 reckons 41.04, but the Motion wasn't so generous this time. I'll see what KA72 says when I get home. 

[EDIT: I'm taking the GW60 upgrade!]

M95, Mach2 5. 5, Pepefoil 20.



Firiebob (17842km):
827 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

An epic day, don't see many days like this, sailed my new sail and once I got it dialed in it was sweet as. Great to see lots of fellow sailors out getting some top speeds and some PB's, enjoyed sharing the Joy when Slug got his PB, finially found the right hole. How good was it, Mr 40 HardAs gets a top 5 2sec, Rob smashing his way into the 40's, Guy's PB's, Mad Mike the fastest 77yo on the planet and the Queen of Pinnaroo giving it a good go with the boys, doesn't get much better than that.

CA SL87, 27TWS, 5.7 Race, blue warm skies and boardies.

 



Decrepit (54500km):
827 days ago

First great seabreeze of the season!!!! Yippee that was fun.

rigged the 5.2 and sutuffed in the 43cm board with 18cm@40/60. had a lot of trouble getting this going, as it was really tiring me, I came back for the 48 with 19cm@47d. Also gave the 5.2 a bit more downhaul.

This was a great improvement and I started having fun. The chop in the channel intimidated me, so I stayed at Liptons. Wind was in narrow gusty bands, most of the time not aligning with any smooth. So my best speed was in small chop, not something I'm used to trimming for. Moved the mast track around a bit, but was never sure I'd found the sweet spot, the best wind was never in the same place.

Great to see the heavier amongst us grabbing some PBs. Lots of sailors out having fun, think that's what we live for.

Here's the liptons colours.