Cockroaches (NSW, Australia) - 2009-09-23
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Sean Dayhew
32.98(T)
28.69(T)
5.3(T)
15.65(T)
9.65(T)
21.24(T)
Ads
32.295(X)
27(X)
7.74(X)
13.44(X)
6.51(X)
13.5(X)
Chris Ting
Sam Parker
JB
Craig Hammond
table top russ
Spanners
Andy B
LEO
Allan Gleeson
AG1
Spencer Harris
Rossco
Wysey
Marty1970
Lee Condell
Eel
AUS154
ayden
Ndorfin
Average32.6427.856.5214.558.0817.37
Sean Dayhew (8784km):
5357 days ago
1 categories

Narrabeen Lake

4-40knots

JP Slalom 2, RS Racing 5.4, Goldwing 32

A Very tough day on the water & feeling every bit of it now, it was very lumpy at times, no real chances to get good speeds.

Realspeed cut my 34.4 back to 32.98, compliments of a big gust & a broken branch i now have a hole in my sail & a busted batten.

Beats being stuck in an office

 



Ads (7706km):
5357 days ago

 

JP Super Cross 96, NP RSSmk111 5.0mt, Meanline 30. Gusting 35plus on and off.

That was tough, but fun. Feeling every bit of my late 30ies. Out all day. Cramping late in the day, wanted to keep going, but wasn't to be. Fitness lackingCool

 



Comments
Laff77


NSW
Australia
5357 days ago

Hat's off to you for getting out!

Sick_em_rex


NSW
Australia
5357 days ago

good effort guys, geez Adz, I thought you were early 40's.....Wink

Good to see the pond living up to its ridiculously gusty westerlies.

Hardie


WA
Australia
5357 days ago

Noice Numbers!!!!!!!!!

Karl


NSW
Australia
5357 days ago

Yeah it must have been a mental day for windsurfing. How was the visibility in the morning? Bad luck about the equipment Sean.

 

 

Ads


NSW
Australia
5356 days ago

Thanx Andrew, that would have been a compliment but a short time ago. You'll keepUndecided

David Flanagan


NSW
Australia
5356 days ago

Hey Sean and Ads,

Great speeds in that mess. How was the dust? Did it clog your vision/

David

Sean Dayhew


NSW
Australia
5355 days ago

Hey David, dust wasnt too bad, i got there around 12:45, Adam was there a bit earlier.

It wasnt thick enough to cause any visibility problems, after an hour it was almost completely gone.