Illawarra Speedsters (NSW, Australia) - 2017-09-24
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Jetlag
40.111(D)
37.43(D)
15.856(D)
17.797(D)
33.298(D)
39.677(D)
Wilba
37.584 [PB](D)
33.723(D)
10.561(D)
0(D)
31.409 [PB](D)
25.219(D)
TERRY
28.021(D)
26.427(D)
14.289(D)
20.366(D)
24.705(D)
49.761(D)
bushfire
38.41(D)
35.802(D)
0(D)
23.378(D)
29.859(D)
30.878(D)
MT
41.608(D)
38.891(D)
19.755(D)
25.394(D)
34.634(D)
96.153(D)
nudie
34.046(D)
32.441(D)
17.374 [PB](D)
15.063(D)
28.185(D)
60.629(D)
Mike
Eckers
Liver
TEX
bj
mdemol
jdemol
philip watts
Mudcrab
Ken
Pat
JuJu
Windsurfunstu
Chris
Matt R
youngy
Gerry
Witto
Average40.8638.1618.5624.3933.9778.39
Jetlag (2416km):
80 days ago
3 categories

WNW @ Primbee, NSW, AU

Started out a bit gusty. Nearly pulled the pin on the speedboard as the holes were getting bigger. Glad I stuck it out as it suddenly filled in. The WNW made for great starboard tack nauti's to Windang. Look for some big numbers from Wilba, he was flying. Good to see Ken, Gav, Phil, Al, Andy & Keef getting amongst it.

Loft RB 6.3, iSonic W49, Home Brew 20cm weedie (first time over 40 for this fin !!)



Wilba (262km):
80 days ago

Primbee, NSW, AUall the boys on the water good to c the 105 rocket was fiying 



TERRY (21886km):
80 days ago
1 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU   Survival mode on the wave gear, 42kt gust on the green pole at 10.30.

                              Tabou 76l 3S   Loft 4.7 wave



bushfire (20384km):
80 days ago
1 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU W to WNW some high 30 knot gusts

A short afternoon sail. Plenty of water, which was good - didn't hit the ground once!Smile. Unfortunately this meant there wasn't any smooth water. Good fun anyway. The kit felt good today.

Nice to catch up with Matthew R and have a bit of a chin wag. 

Always good to sail with MT and Nudey (how did you hang onto that sail?)Cool

SB iS80, SV Reflex R8 6.2m, MxR 22/50 OH



MT (9474km):
80 days ago
5 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU

A good afternoon session, a bit gusty at first but it seemed to improve the later it got. The chop was limiting the top end a bit but I think the 6.4 was the best sail choice for the bearaways today. This was the most enjoyable sail I've had in a while and it was great to line up a few NM runs even if it took a few goes to get the full run.

6.4 evo7, 46cm wide speed board Neil, 18.5 & 19.5cm G10 weed fins.



nudie (2737km):
79 days ago
2 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU GT-31 Laughing

 

Well got there after lunch, to see Bob packing up and Ian turning up ..

The Question Undecided SAIL SIZE?

The Old man came in on the wave gear, Bruce happy, Gav happy but heading home as well!

See Ken and Tim roosting in the wild moments, some instructions from Keef..

Bazooka it turned on... some stop starts but when it settled a little BIT, Chop Chop as there was a lot more water.

I’m really I’m impressed with the NP EVO 9 7.0 some of those gust were hairy and just had to stop. Amazed how well balanced and controlled they..

Came in to Check on the Yes guys.

Seen Captain Glen, refuelled myself and back out... MT came out to play as well.. Andrew looked happy..

 

NP EVO 9 7.0 + Tabou Speedster 100 + UFO crab pot = I’m comfortable and love my set up today.

Yes 6.4 would have been on the money but at the end of the day FUN FUN FUN with everyone Cool

 

 



Comments
TERRY


NSW
Australia
80 days ago

Great sailing Bruce.

bushfire


NSW
Australia
80 days ago

Woo hoo Bruce. Congrats on the two PB's.Cool

Nice speeds all round Jetlag.

NBR


NSW
Australia
80 days ago

Top stuff  there Bruce looks like you fellas up there had a good day.

nudie


NSW
Australia
80 days ago
Bruce nice PB's
Jetlag


NSW
Australia
80 days ago
Well done Bruce, looking quick out there today. Worth the busted boom!!!
Witto


NSW
Australia
80 days ago

Well done to everyone, nice 40 detlev, and pb' s bruce.

MT


NSW
Australia
80 days ago

Nice going Bruce. Glad to see you back on the water. 

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
79 days ago

Big numbers guys. Well done. Fantastic MT.

Dezza


NSW
Australia
79 days ago

nice team sailing speedsters, and very nice PB's bruce and nudie

Mudcrab


NSW
Australia
79 days ago

Bruce your killing these PB's Well done.

Nude Brother got yourself another PB while controlling a powered up sail great effort.

Sailed early but my boom gave way on me and kinked severely. Lucky it didn't break altogether and I managed to sail back from Windang end.

sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
79 days ago

Terry what sort of fin box and fin do you use in the tabou 3s ? I've heard they are a comfortable and ' easy ' board to sail??

I'm tempted to get one but I'm not sure if there is  much choice of fins you can use in them ( upwind and no spinout are my most important requirements in a fin)..

Jetlag


NSW
Australia
79 days ago

Nice PB Nudie. A big Hr for you, carrying a 7m...what !!!

Hats off to you MT, looks like you enjoyed the day all round. Wish I could've hung around for the arvo by the looks of it. Took mum to the Elton concert instead. Can't complain, a 40kt day and Elton John :)

nudie


NSW
Australia
79 days ago
Yes massive arvo fun most of the time. I understand about drag with big sails now. I'm going to join Team Bearaways soon I will work up the courage to hug those Trees. Well done on the massive numbers guys in that wild conditions. Top going Team
Larko


NSW
Australia
79 days ago

Congrats on the Pb Nude One!! Great numbers everyone.

Windsurfunstu


NSW
Australia
77 days ago

Well done team!!! Congrats on the PB's Cool

Missed another great session but Ill be back one day Cry