||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Adam (8003km): |
Carlisle St, Safety Bay, WA, AU NP RS Racing 5.8, Carbon Art SP50, 23cm Sawn off FO weedy
Well I was not expecting that.
Rigged and launched from the western carpark, took the 5.8 for its maiden voyage and what a ripper of a sail it is.
Technique today was sail to the outer buoy on the dredge and turn left.
Left Helmet at home today too which made me hold back a little
|Fudge (3122km): |
Its fun doing 36knts within 10seconds of leaving the beach on your first run, first run i had a bit on then started to dial her in abit more flatnesss needed.
Alot of smiles on the beach , its gonna be a good summer i think .
Vapor 7.1, Mistral 112, cl MK1 30 #SUPERGRIPATSPEED
Loving this combo,though did really consider the 91mist a few times when being flighted.
Melville Beach, WA, AU
|Doddi (7034km): |
Quick good sesh in estuary,
Sesh was fun since have not sailed for a while. Hit a sting ray at 42 knots slicing it nearly in half with a big off. An that ended my sesh. So happy just to get out on the water again with the CST crew.
|Saltynuts (9854km): |
Peel Inlet, WA, AU
Fun Wave Sail till over Powered on the face, folowed by PB 2 sec at StingRay Bay.
Great day all round.
Good to watch a few Kites getting hammered.
Also thanks to Tom,Doddi and Glenn for the company and showing me the ropes.
Def gives me something to work towards.
58 SX-Racing F2, 5.0 M Kombat, 24 Pepe Weedy
|STROPPO (32539km): |
Fun after work sesh with the cst crew at liptons super happy with the results great to see the others ripping down the speed run watched Dale come of of at full noise later realized it was a ray amazing amount of blood in the water a bit eary after that glad there was no hungry men in grey suits had a 44.02 on the dial and finally got a 40+ on the 5x 10 ka72 gave me the same 2 sec peek speed as on the dial but didnt see my alpha so went with real speed great day with great company and congrats to Adam and Knackers with there pbs well done guys
NUDE 54 HSM GPS 5.5 VECTOR DELTA WEEDY SPEEDY 25
Acouple of pics before i went out
Dale screeming in
Tom doing a nice lay down gybe
|Tomski (21953km): |
Mistral 91, Tr8, Pepe's custom 21
The plan was to go for a sail on the estuary and then head to the beaver about 4pm. The wind just kept building till i ended up on my 5.5 SOOOO over powered. Put weight on, but still couldnt hold the power down, unless heading down wind. So did just that. Stoked with a 41 on the dial on the 91L.
Congrats to Adam and the swag of great numbers. Great session, with good crew. The stingray didn't like today much R.I.P. Can't believe how much blood was in the water.