Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2022-09-17
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Geoff Broomby
31.85(D)
28.979(D)
0(D)
20.364(D)
22.187(D)
18.9(D)
Anthony Perkins
34.532(D)
33.02(D)
11.594(D)
22.032(D)
19.309(D)
32.175(D)
Dave Morehead
37.26(D)
33.406(D)
7.772(D)
10.601(D)
11.961(D)
22.207(D)
mort67
29.092 [PB](D)
26.397 [PB](D)
5.72 [PB](D)
11.069 [PB](D)
9.393 [PB](D)
15.283 [PB](D)
Al Bach
Bear
Izaak Perkins
Stewart McKay
James Brient
Jordan Murray
Gordo
Richard CS
Johno
Jack
Ray Thorne
Jason
Tom
Fubbs
Paul Tenteye
Jez
Easty
Anthony Houston
Kaleb Smith
Kazza
Marlon
Russell Dowd
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Ben Wilson
Waynos
Klaas Hartmann
geared4knots
Will
Liana Perkins
Corkers
veitz
Shorty
Matt Webster
Jules
Johnny
Al
cookie
Parky
Barry
Hughie
Sampson
Breno
Fletcher
Todd Sushames
Jimmy
TGale
Dave Jack
Old Man Steve
Jock C
JimoKG
brad peters
DJ
Angus C
James Park
Kelso Pete
Chol
Latte
Parky jnr
NIGE
WickedP
VT
Tom Males
Average35.9033.219.6821.2020.7527.19
Geoff Broomby (43058km):
611 days ago
1 categories

Rosevears, TAS, AU

Easy Spring sail and rain stayed away.

6.2 Overdrive, Isonic 76



Anthony Perkins (21956km):
611 days ago
6 categories

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

Fun sail but choppy, hard to find flat water, loved the atonic 32 in this board and in those conditions 

 

NP EVO13 5.8     JP slalom 60    Atomic masterblaster 32



Dave Morehead (29063km):
611 days ago
5 categories

Port Sorell, TAS, AU

iSonic 63  |  MACH4 6.2 |  Tribal WS 27

Great sail with Perks, Vitalli and Mort.  Too northerly for the sand bar to work, but still good fun running across the channel and into some reasonably flat water.  Only the second or third time on the 63 and it felt great.  



mort67 (15km):
611 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

Fox105, Ezzy 7m, Severne 36cm fin

First Post, thanks for the add. Challenging conditions for an out of condition spring sail. Had fun and finally got the Motion GPS working agian (thanks Dave). A lot of spinouts on the 36cm Severne fin. I do have a 38cm C3, will look into other options. Setting my sights on Green Island 2023, so thought I'd better get off the relaxaion of the foilboard for a bit of Heavy Metal action (as Vitalli calls it) on the fin.

L0ts of PB's LaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughingLaughing

Cheers, Mort



Comments
Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
611 days ago

Well done Mort, great to have you join the TSS's and well done on such a great session for your first post.  You were sailing great today!  

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TAS
Australia
611 days ago

Great to see you post Adam, a small selection of good fins and you will be in the 30s in no time 

Eddy


QLD
Australia
609 days ago
Hi guys I sail in Port Douglas and sometimes Green Island NQLD. I am moving to Tasmania some time in the near future to live maybe around Port Sorell or Hawley beach. I was wondering if it is worth bringing my windsurfing gear down with me or should I sell it. Was wondering if many people still sail down that way. I have 2 severne Fox boards 105 and 120 lt. My sails go from 5.4m to 7.8m. I Am a keen sailor and sail with” FNQ MOB”any advice would be much appreciated. Cheers Ed.
Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
609 days ago

Defintiely bring your sailing gear - those boards and sails will be perfect.  Two sailors here are using Fox boards.  There is speed sailing at low tide with the right direction wind and at other times and wind directions you can sail anywhere in the bay!  PM me  if you need more information (I'm AUS02 on SeaBreeze and regularly post in the Tassie section).

Eddy


QLD
Australia
608 days ago
Thanks Dave.will let you know when I am heading down that way for a sea change.looks like I will have to buy a wet suit. Cheers Ed. 😎👍