||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Goon Pillow Bogan|
|Peter Daish |
|3/4 bogan (25514km): |
Stansbury, SA, AU
SE 12-13 then built to 15-20 later
P87, NP6.7, 30 choco
Nice afternoon sail with Shane and Jay, flat water was good once the wind picked up
Great to get on the water today
|BOGANSLICE (868km): |
Sellicks Beach 15 knots gusty as hell !
Couldn't make it to bog so a quick local sesh 🤙
Broke my Open ocean top speed on the Fatty board with a 28.5, so that was fun.
Then to the medium board for an extra knot.
This place would be so fast if it wasn't so gusty. And I mean seriously gusty
But such a pure paradise beach.
MS 8.4, jp 130lt, rrd xfire 114, Vector canefire and BP 40
|Andy Weatherill (1456km): |
A fun afternoon at Kent Reserve. I had to use my 134L JP as I'm doing repairs to my 113L and would have been marginal with the 93L. There was quite a bit of swell, so it wasn't fast but it was great fun. I struggled with every gybe as I find turning the big board and maintaining speed in the chop really difficult. A decent crew was out along with kite surfers and wing dings, which was fun.
JP 134L slalom, Severne R7 7.0, Select 46cm
|Goon Pillow Bogan (9729km): |
Stansbury, SA, AU. It was predicted to be a late one here, and so stuffed around playing with my old/new sail with Hoppy's borrowed Neil Pryde 400 mast. It rigged so good, I decided to use it all session. Sailed mostly nap-of-the-earth mode, while Hoppy and Shane sailed more of the bay. Had a massive stack, when I got too close. Nobody saw it. Great BBQ and beers afterwards . Forecast was spot on. 4.8 Flex Top Hucker, 92 Patrik Slalom, then on my 63 JP Speedie. 18 MUF Delta for both boards.
|Trousers (14352km): |
Bog to 18kts sse
I optimistically rigged like the day before, but it never quite arrived. 6.2/i90/6.2M4.
Under way, but should have been on my 7m to really get motoring. Enough to still have fun. Big turnout including some coastal lads and big-Sam...on a foil?? Awesome few days catching up with the crew, riding some seabreezes and blowing cobwebs out.
|Captain bogan (49122km): |
Boggy Lake, SA, AU - 13 to 18 knots.
Fun late arvo sesh with a massive crew. Drag racing in the morning and arrived mid arvo with a decent breeze. Solid as i rigged so rigged mid sized gear and seemed to drop a little when i hit the water. Still alot of fun and managed a 1 hour and a few squirts and mile.
Patrik 100 / 6.6m loft racing blade / Black project R375.