Lake Macquarie (NSW, Australia) - 2024-03-06
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Ant-man
20.233(D)
19.164(D)
15.699(D)
16.201(D)
18.447(D)
34.122(D)
Glenn Rumford
17.068(D)
16.788(D)
13(D)
14.426(D)
15.712(D)
37.09(D)
Andrew Haigh
20.562(D)
19.004(D)
14.457(D)
17.083(D)
18.372(D)
50.885(D)
Mick Saunders
16.257(D)
15.31(D)
10.484(D)
12.113(D)
12.115(D)
26.627(D)
Greg Kiskarpati
23.473(D)
21.763(D)
12.769(D)
13.135(D)
19.08(D)
38.409(D)
sboardcrazy
29.578(D)
27.723(D)
17.787(D)
19.287(D)
21.752(D)
63.17(D)
Chopper
13.287(D)
11.5(D)
2.973(D)
9.031(D)
8.327(D)
5.506(D)
James Farley
18.353(D)
16.455(D)
3.913(D)
6.857(D)
8.222(D)
7.252(D)
Tim Ford
GeoffS
Big Tom
nick0
Byron Mcilveen
Ian Wright
John Pearce
rus13b
Steve Walsh
adamhatfield
Hugh
Bruce Healey
Ben Turner
Murray Towndrow
Cluffy
Bear
Tibor
Nige Watts
Timbotto
Bostonfoil
mick13B
Woody
katelyn
Brent Hopkins
Craig Forbes
Where's Leanne
MobZ
Croanster
dutchie1964
Ākos Molnār
dutchie1964
Kev
Brett
Average26.5324.7416.7418.1920.4257.03
Ant-man (13085km):
50 days ago
1 categories

Coal Point, NSW, AU 5.5 Hydra 1500 Flow. Great session. Heaps out 



Glenn Rumford (10638km):
50 days ago

Ezzy 5.5 Cheetah. Axis 1000HA. As good as it gets out there today. Brilliant breeze for a foil.



Andrew Haigh (48951km):
50 days ago

Coal Point, NSW, AU.

NE 12-18

Stingray 140, Flow 1500, Naish 5.8

Back to the daily grind!



Mick Saunders (11686km):
50 days ago
Marmong Point, NSW, AU NE 8-12 + and just right to practice the gybes. Be a day to remember if I ever pull off a perfect one. Ss Levi 150 phantasm 926 Ezzy 6.0

Greg Kiskarpati (20260km):
50 days ago

Coal Point, NSW, AU



sboardcrazy (24381km):
50 days ago
6 categories

Sail no 12 - The Spit Lake George, SA, AU

 Patchy 10-18kts (lower end) then 15-20kts + S

RS4 ( 112ltres) - 24cms Atomic - 6.5M Turbo for c 1.30hr then 30 mins RS2 - 22cms Atomic

 I decided to try for an hr. Off the plane a bit at first. It's the first time I've used the hr function on the Garmin. It started at 13kts prediction but I kept going for over an hr till it was almost 18 but I couldn't quite get there. I was doing short runs to try and gybe in a gust.Undecided Good practise though.

Hopefully the next attempt will be nicely powered.

 I didn't feel comfortable today. The harness lines felt wrong and I felt all over the place. It may have been the patchy wind.

 Gybes were tidy but no planing ones. Pretty buggered by the end so in for some food and back out on the 90ltre (RS2). Much easier and more fun. I would usually have changed down earlier, but I didn't want to stop the hour attempt.

Some decent gusts by now but I was too tired to make the most of it and when one gust stood me up and threatened to chuck me round the front I decided it was time to come in.

 Thanks for the compay Maree. Sorry I didn't stop to talk but I was on an hr mission..Laughing

Clive was flying and still going when I was packing up. He was like the energiser bunny today.Laughing

 About half a dozen out on the lake today.

I hope my toe survives for another 4 sails.Undecided

 It doesn't like getting into the footstraps. Luckily I have a velcro strap over the top of my booties. I can tighten that to stop the toes going forward and touching the front of the bootie.

 



Chopper (3597km):
48 days ago

Coal Point  NSW  Au

130 Stingray, 1500, 5m wing



James Farley (12642km):
45 days ago

Marmong Point, NSW, AU

Exocet RF91, TR8 8.4, Starboard Race 1000 - Wind ENE 8-10 knots

Short after-work light wind session on the big foil gear.  Great to be on the water.