The Bridesmaids (VIC, Australia) - 2021-03-21
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
DazzaJ
39.023(D)
28.644(D)
4.735(D)
9.095(D)
13.917(D)
9.195(D)
Seagull
38.838 [PB](D)
36.675 [PB](D)
14.08(D)
20.644(D)
23.011(D)
33.867(D)
Old Salty
28.954(D)
22.385(D)
2.418(D)
1.466(D)
4.046(D)
7.202(D)
Ash
38.483(D)
32.012(D)
6.415(D)
7.311(D)
16.519(D)
15.78(D)
Smithy
34.7(D)
25.807(D)
0(D)
7.729(D)
7.037(D)
6.587(D)
Marchy
34.532(D)
32.111(D)
4.253(D)
12.63(D)
16.963(D)
13.972(D)
Kempsta
42.903(D)
40.616 [PB](D)
9.48(D)
19.862(D)
24.211(D)
24.406(D)
Gaz
38.832(D)
36.469 [PB](D)
12.309(D)
19.961(D)
22.503(D)
22.869(D)
Tiges
27.894(D)
15.407(D)
0(D)
4.13(D)
8.308(D)
2.615(D)
Red
Monty
Tonster
Grant Finlayson
Lester Hodge
Jacques Kint
Drift
Jimbob
Cameron Steele
Moondo
ANT
DanP
Dale Keating
Barbie
RobbieK
Naz
Isaac
DeanJ
Fireman Sam
Peter Crommelin
Cirrus Flyer
AndySails
Wendles
SaltyNic
Bull
Goldie
Gybing Joel
Bones
ptsmantua
Birchy
stelio37
Dirty harry
tk
Roh
Frank
Glenn
Jay
Moose
IdoSail
Bradman
Vonpat
MikeyS
Cutter
Macca
Shooting Snail
Remes
Average40.9638.6513.1920.3023.6129.14
DazzaJ (9910km):
54 days ago
2 categories

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

Got my butt kicked today - Yell one run wonder!!  

Luderitz, mXR speed weed small, 5.5 MII the KA 4.4 



Seagull (808km):
54 days ago
1 categories

45

That was pretty good - well done maniacs -

Johnny Utah up to his usual- setting the pace ! Some nice butter amongst the tides rubble ! NCX5.0 iSonic 44 Tribal SYM/Sp 21

Old Salty (3704km):
54 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

E Gusting 20 - 30 kts

Mistral Speed 95, Volt 20 Koncept 5.0

Difficult day on water but good to be out in these conditions.  The more I do it the easy it will come and the figures will follow

Few big offs, corked thigh broken battern

Even the big hitters were having some serious offs so good to be in the common bunch

Foot in mouth



Ash (6539km):
54 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

Falcon 50w/68L, Tribal Speed 23, Reflex5 5.1

Started on 5.6m way overpowered, then just managed a couple of runs on 5.1m.



Smithy (942km):
54 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

 

Mmm interesting day, more out of control than in control. Five days in a row taking it's toll on the old body with a acouple of good stacks on the water and a great stack at the very end. Who said it was shallow?

Fanatic Falcon 90, Duotone Warp 5.5m and tribal speed 25



Marchy (890km):
54 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

iSonic 86, Koncept 4.4 (old but good sail - never used it before) 21cm speed weed.

A bit of a difficult day, but I did have a couple of good runs, bounced around a lot and had a couple of spectacular crashes Laughing

It was great to catch up with heaps of people. 



Kempsta (7179km):
54 days ago
3 categories

Another awesome day to today, a great end to speed week!!!

When we arrived there were heaps out, i said to Smithy when i came in where did they all go!!! pretty knarly conditions out there!!

I few pushed themselves today well does guys

Nice PBs Jase again you are winning!!

Hope you foot is Ok Gaz! 

Im really happy i have another couple of new marks on the leader board!!

 

Woohoo!!

 

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU



Gaz (993km):
54 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU

Great day big crashes. Fanatic 52.5, NCX 5.0, 21 Speed weed



Tiges (9615km):
47 days ago

Area 45, Mahers Landing, VIC, AU



Comments
Vonpat


VIC
Australia
54 days ago
Strength to strength mate, awesome PB.
Old Salty


VIC
Australia
54 days ago

Awesome pb Jase - must have been the chips.

Daz - I saw that one run 39 kt - looked awesome.  The acceration was amazing

 

Smithy


VIC
Australia
54 days ago

Sensational Jase, next stop 40! woohooo....

Marchy


VIC
Australia
54 days ago

Gooooo Jase! Legendary!

And thanks Kempsta for giving me a nice little wash down with some spray.

Ash - was that three or four changes of gear through the day? Good result anyway!

Ash


VIC
Australia
53 days ago

Jase and Kempsta and Gaz well done with the PBs. 

Marchy I had only one gear change 5.6m to 5.1m.

Gaz hope the foot is not too bad.

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
54 days ago
Great team numbers and congrats on the pbs
Dezza


NSW
Australia
54 days ago
Great day out for the maids today
dr cam


QLD
Australia
54 days ago

Great session again guys .Jealous ..!!

Very nice 5x10 Kempsta ..!!

Seagull


VIC
Australia
54 days ago
Another great day on the soup - 6 days straight - cannot recall INVY blowing one direction for this long and could even be another day to follow today . Fantastic efforts to all those that sailed 45 today and elsewhere. This has to be one of most testing sports on the earth hence the feeling one can absorb from such a day - itís a real privilege people to participate in this. I havenít been up with it since leaving LG - so awesome effort on that Nm Andy qik as off sh@$ a stick ! Barbie slaying the PBs keep this up and Beachport pub will have to put on an extra special Menu for you guys And Spotty amazing effort on the Centurion- Outstanding! Next Parma is on you ! Good too see a heap of familiar faces during Month amd some new ones - Just been in a little one of lifeís troughs with a few shit sandwiches to swallow So sheet in and plough through the rough stuff and ya come out with a little polish and shine 😎 Happy Days to all !
Red


VIC
Australia
54 days ago

Legends!!

Roh


VIC
Australia
54 days ago
Well done you lot, awesome stuff🤙
Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
54 days ago

WOW big sesshSurprised cracker stuff SeaGull Kempsta Gaz PB's are Cool

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
54 days ago

Great session. Congrats on the PB's

waricle


WA
Australia
53 days ago

Epic numbers, CongratsCool

Peter Johnston


VIC
Australia
53 days ago

Great job on all the PBs guys. Challenging conditions out there. Great speeds Kempsta - you've clearly got this place wired. Terrific to see so many turn up for the fun on such a windy day.

Kempsta


VIC
Australia
53 days ago

Certainly was a tough day well done to everybody who sailed yesterday and Saturday.

Well done to all the new comers that were having a crack! it was hard. Keep trying it is worth it!  A few people also traveled distance to sail and most likely had a tough drive home.

Quite a bit a damage sustained yesterday.

We had an average wind speed of 24knt with gusts above 35knt between 2.00-3.30 it was pretty hectic

Broken booms, broken sails, broken boards, a few egosEmbarassed

Looks like a few injuries as well Gaz and Jase also a few others that i cannot name, rest up boys also a few bad knocks on the head.

Looks like everybody will mend, all the gear will be replaced or repaired and the memories etched in minds for years to come!!!

Great to catch up with so many sailers on the water. 

Ash


VIC
Australia
52 days ago

Great weekend at A45 with big turn out of about 20 winsurfers both days, many from Melbourne incl freestyle crew. Got home OK 11pm Sun night after 5hr drive back home, including a detour to go around crash near Lang Lang with helicopter retrival.

Survived two big wind days with no injuries or gear damage, although I did manage to hit the submerged sandbar twice but only at moderate speeds, hope everyone is OK. Great to see Jase and Gaz and Kempsta smashing out some PBs. Thanks for the beers on Sat and John for somewhere to park the van overnight.

Witto


NSW
Australia
53 days ago

 big speeds nice one guys

Ash


VIC
Australia
52 days ago

Youtube video of speed run:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eB5zMOZN1SQ

As described by Pete Johnston:  Pretty interesting run to get into - a dash across some chop then a sharp right turn (or slam into the bank!) down a very broad run with bank on one side and chop on the other with a small strip of flatish water in between. Then a hulking great buoy at the end of the short run - do I go inside it? (and hit the bank?) or do I go wide? Meanwhile getting buffeted and pulled around by crazy gusts and hoping I don't catapault into the damn thing! Not really used to a port tack speed run. Kempsta noted quite aptly - this run makes Sandy Point look like a speed run for dummies. I was pretty powered up with a 5m sail.

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
51 days ago

Wopw! kempsters description sounds just like the old days at Sandy Point in a nice blow! LOL!

I missed most of it as I was away all weekend on another mission. Frown

Well done on the great speeds and PB's folks!! Cool

AndySails


VIC
Australia
51 days ago
Woohoo, go Kempsta, Jason and Gaz!
Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
46 days ago

Nice work kempsta