Swan River Mob (WA, Australia) - 2009-03-28
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Chris Adamson
36.76(D)
34.41(D)
15.37(D)
22.82(T)
23.14(D)
59.79(D)
25
33.77(D)
31.8(D)
26.35(D)
23.17(D)
28.97(D)
61.382(D)
Stringer
31.957(D)
29.435(D)
14.625(D)
21.867(T)
25.134(D)
122.5(D)
Whitey
31.626(D)
28.674(D)
0(D)
17.682(D)
24.531(D)
20.611(D)
Recycle
36.84(D)
34.14(D)
16.38(D)
20.67(D)
24.39(D)
62.353(D)
Tim Stockton
38.289(D)
36.574(D)
13.5(D)
21(T)
33.674(D)
80(D)
Claude
36.855(D)
35.435(D)
23.351(D)
22.113(D)
33.991 [PB](D)
105.001(D)
Snides
32.71(D)
31.12(D)
18.41(D)
25.09(D)
29.46(D)
95.586(D)
JC
27.42(T)
24.99(T)
16.01(T)
20.35(T)
22.73(T)
30.79(T)
Craig Mann
33.63(D)
31.59(D)
18.35 [PB](D)
20.3(T)
24.38(D)
40.18(D)
Slowboat
Dan Engdahl
Matthew Langer
Istaaack
Neil Daffen
Linds
Spock
Gav
Mick
SAM WILLIAMS
Lachy
Aiden
Average37.5736.0024.8524.1333.83113.75
Chris Adamson (14326km):
4120 days ago
1 categories

Nice little late summer sesh at Melville Beach with breeze around 20 and the odd 25ish knot puff. Koncept 6.6 with Manta 59, then Manta 49.



25 (13916km):
4120 days ago
3 categories

Went for the hour and got there! Pipped Sam D by the smallest possible margin - perhaps Claude will make it all academic as he was going for hours too I think.

Nice little sail on what is sadly probably the last day of daylight saving in WA for some years - until a Government has the balls to say 'its here to stay'.

6.6 Koncept 09, 64 Tabou Manta 09, 36 goldwing.



Stringer (7685km):
4120 days ago

he's going for distance, not going for speed.



Whitey (887km):
4120 days ago

Got to PP about 6:30pm and sailed for half an hour in about 15-18 knots.  Manta 67, Goldwing 32 and Koncept 6.6.  First time out on the Manta and it was fun - this was the board that was the prize in the raffle last year.   Gotta get a bigger fin though.



Recycle (17196km):
4120 days ago

Great little session at Melville.

Iso 87,rsr 7.8, GW 34



Tim Stockton (3894km):
4120 days ago


Claude (26710km):
4120 days ago
2 categories

Fun session at Hardies , always great blasting around with the crew down there , IS 86, 6.7 CR, 34 Goldwing , Finished up on W49, 6.1 CR, 27 Choco weed.



Snides (28012km):
4119 days ago
2 categories

a last burst of summer?

great cruisy day at hardies with lots of crew.

went early on the iso105,cred6.7 and brushcutter 34 with a new camera mount to try....mount was a  failure but i managed some footage which i will try and post later.

totally awesome effort  by pedro to nail the big hr!! he had mentioned several times over the last couple of weeks about going for a big 1..and true to form he delivered a 'captains knock' nation topping result!!! well done mate!

well done also to Claude for nailing a pb nautical mile!

also to stringer for a new distance pb

well done crew!

my sail was pretty ordinary at 1 point got a bit bored with it almost leaving early, but kept going. changed down to the ca sp50,kon5.8,venom 30

which never felt right, and i suspect was picking up clumps of snot weed at times..prob should of used the standard weedy.

wind was picking up as i left but had family commitments.

 



JC (5181km):
4119 days ago

Went for an early session at Peli. Got there at 130 with a very light SW, so rigged 9.0 and IS 125. Hit the water in almost non existant sea breeze, but it soon picked up quite nicely and built to a steady 18 knots by 3 when i left. It was in the end a really nice little session on that combo once the wind did pick up and it was fun racing around with Stringer who was on smaller kit. Speeds were never going to be great given light wind. WOuld have been fun to change down to the IS 87 and a 6.5m. Could have kept going but had to set up for my 40th !.

Nice numbers team !  Great results.



Craig Mann (896km):
4116 days ago

Tabou Manta 59, KA Koncept 6.6 and Goldwing 32 at Melville Beach.

I'd just like to give a BIG thanks to Ado for loading this on for me.



Comments
Chris Adamson


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

Pete!!!!!!

 

Massive!!!!

 

Well done - good on ya!!!!!

Captain bogan


SA
Australia
4120 days ago

Nice one 25 and well done.

How long were the runs?  They look bigLaughing.

Hardie


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

PeteSurprised

Elmo


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

Well done PedroCool

 

Carl they are +8km leg's

evets


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

Fantastic hour Pete. #1CoolCoolCoolCool wish I had been there to shake your hand. Last time you said you needed a pointer to to improve on the hour. What fin did you use today?

Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

AWESOME Peter, I hope someone back you up on this Surprised

lao shi


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

What an hour! Top effort captain.Cool

nebbian


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

He's all alone... in a time of need...  Laughing

Amazing hour Pedro!

 

Elmo


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

Claude was weaving his magicCool

25


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

I have that Cake album boys!

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__PU5CVSegg

Claude


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

Well done Pete big hour, top speed Tim and great effort by the rest of the team,

sorry Pete I was unaware you were going for it, could of backed you up if I had known, I was in a Nautical mile mood today.

nebbian


WA
Australia
4120 days ago

Hey that movie thing on the right works!   I wasn't expecting it to.


Thanks 25 Cool

ODIN


South
Croatia
4120 days ago

Nice times and PB,s guys great effort.

When can i come over i need some flatish waterCry

Elmo


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

Well done on the Nm ClaudeCoolCool

Was great watching you and Sammy go blasting of together on your runsCool

Stringer


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

well done nebbs and pete, i love that long scale bass neck in that clip.. cant help signng songs when im on the water and that one seemed apprpriate.. lucky no one could hear me.. i really suck at signing...oh . and happy 40th birthday JC!

shame i spent a good portion of the morning swimming in between the boats and the jet-ski trainee tea baggers otherwise i could have gone a bit further. how inconsiderate, but what can you expect from someone who combines the two most publicly obnoxious activites known to man.

Stringer


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

pete, is that a sample of your track from the one hour or your total session?

25


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

That is all 61.3 km of it Stringer. Longest leg is about 8.5km [leg burner], last leg in the hour abt 1km. You can see where I stopped on the north side of the channel down by the island to catch my breath at about 61 minutes!

Snides


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

nebbs help! how do i embed a utube vid?

i get a yellow box with the flashh symbol and no picture when i paste the embed into the file/url box?

nebbian


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

Hey Snides,

Just put the URL into the box marked "File/URL".  Once you click outside that box the editor will go off and get a preview of the media like this:

 

When you click "insert" it will just show up as a yellow box, this is OK, it will be right when you press "Post".

Snides


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

Snides


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

ha easy when you know how!Embarassed...Laughing

nebbian


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

Nice gybe!!  Cool

Snides


WA
Australia
4119 days ago

ahhh! yes def the team theme song!Cool

 

Stringer


WA
Australia
4118 days ago

hows the head JC, you old bastard!Tongue out

Spotty


VIC
Australia
4118 days ago

PD big effort there 8.5km runs would hurt, guess your going to tell us that if you kept all the runs around 8ks it would be a much better result with fewer gybes?Yell Top effort your the 1 hour king now!! 

Snides nice camera angle change on the go thereSmile

Snides


WA
Australia
4118 days ago

ha! yeah cheers spotty..that was the mount failure..some of the clips slowly went from looking up to spinning around 180 deg through the water...bit like looking out of a submarine window on diving (i guess)....back to the drawing boardUndecided

Mr IDGAF


NSW
Australia
4115 days ago

i almost rolled back off my chair watching that snides, i think i was following the camera angle Tongue out