Moreton Bay Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2015-02-18
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Boombuster
42.61(D)
40.82(D)
20.37(D)
19.55(D)
28.14(D)
88.17(D)
gregwed
25.99(D)
24.92(D)
10.04(D)
17.94(D)
20.31(D)
31.44(D)
Drifter
39.37(D)
37.4(D)
8.34(D)
17.8(D)
25.72(D)
26.63(D)
Vando
34.87(D)
33.55(D)
18.36(D)
22.87(D)
25.88(D)
37.27(D)
JR
41.7(D)
39.55 [PB](D)
13.86(D)
21.46(D)
32.79(D)
53.39(D)
RIGGS
39.65(D)
37.9(D)
11.91(D)
8.66(D)
33.49(D)
45.38(D)
Tony
41.07(D)
37.79(D)
14.01(D)
21.11(D)
30.1(D)
36.67(D)
mikey
phil
Ryno
ZbRider
Jemo
Barbie
AndySails
Mini Keen
Windsurfing Ninja
Martin Worling
Wind Glider
Trev
CHRISL
Wile E. Coyote
TRIMMER
Scotty
SHANYRE BLUME
Callan
Mr Keen
Starkode
musorianin
John Lawrence
Samuell Blume
marty
Average42.1640.1919.3722.1733.1470.78
Boombuster (57417km):
2045 days ago
4 categories

Lake George, SA, AU

Another good day on the lake more PBs bit of a fight wit the 6.3 at times. 

JP SP50 Loft 6.3 BP WS34 n 28



gregwed (4355km):
2045 days ago

Lake Weyba, QLD, AU

Last day at the lake, really strong SE wind but too big a board with the JP Xcite 110, 6.0 Gator and 32 Choco fin. But still enjoyed it heaps, Will come back to this place as close to Noosa and good company to sail with - Jeff & Ray and others. Thanks guys for the company and good spirits!!



Drifter (14881km):
2045 days ago
1 categories

Lake George, SA, AU

Woke this morning to overcast skies. The wind was cold and from the SE at 12 kts. By mid morning the cloud cover had been blown away and the wind increased with every hour. After a quick lunch we headed to 5 mile drift and wind speed at the waters edge was reading 11 to 23kts, which meant a solid 25kts past the wind line. The sail size decision was easy today as the North RAM 5.7 is my smallest and I got the nod of approval from Daffy as I rigged.

We hit the water a 2.00 knowing it was going to continue to build. I started off on the Misty 91 and BP WS 34. The board and sail felt great. The windward runs were fast but hard work in reasonable chop with gusts over 25kts. The downhill runs were unbelievable. The Misty has such fantastic manners riding the tail with each gust.

Came in for a break to take on water, chocolate and catch my breath with a 38 on the dial. Tony tells me this is a PB on the Misty 91. Tony was over the moon with a 41 on the dial.

Went out for the second session at 4.00, this time on Tony's CA 50 and Tribal WS 23. This was my first time on a speed board. What a feeling, the accelleration is epic. The wind had increased to 25 to 30kts. Managed only a few runs before my ribs started playing up. I got myself up for one last run before I called it a day.

All the crew had recorded various BPs. Mark and Tony with virgin 40kts, Chris with 36 and Sue with 34. Glynn carried a 6.2 and cracked anopther 42kts. The youngsters, Shaun and JR only hit the water at 4.00 when the wind was at itrs strongest, expect some big numbers.

Lake George is supposed to be easy, but this wasn't easy. Every one of these speeds had to be earned in very challenging conditions. It was awsome to be a small part of the experience



Vando (52122km):
2045 days ago

Wellington Point, QLD, AU

Late sesh after work almost turned around and went home but lucky i stuck around abit longer and it come in abit very patch but good fun.

first sail on the 90 and 6.2 since november i think.

Hammy feels good good pushed abit harder today

Gear R6, IS90, Vector32Cool



JR (5478km):
2045 days ago
3 categories

Lake George, SA, AU

Nice sail today, 1ST TRY ON A SPPPEEEEDDDD BOARD. TOP board. Had some nice runs today with many of the crew! Happy with my general speed & my sail fitness is slowly coming back. Packing up i realised my downhaul was 2cm shy of full. oooppsssiee. Sail had no drive off the wind.

Loft 6.3/Madem Misty 47/ bp25. Can't wait to feel this combo powered up Cool



RIGGS (8399km):
2044 days ago
2 categories

Lake George, SA, AU

Headed out late as forecast was to pick up. Launched from 5 mile to have a go on the flat water.  Sailed a few runs but the wind was much too broad for good speed. Headed over to cockies and got better speed through the chop.

Is49, NP 5.8 Techart 20 



Tony (27830km):
2044 days ago
1 categories

Livin the DREAMWink

Mistral 41 NP Evo 6 5.4 VDWS 19

Lake George, SA, AU



Comments
Macroscien


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

No doubt Tony the 40 knotts barriest smashed todayCool

Geoff Ringe


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Well done today John & Tony, into the 40kt club TonyCool

Rudi


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Well done Tony and John.congrats to you both.

Another top day Glynn,well done.

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Awesome numbers guys and congrats to all. That place certainly delivers the numbers.

TillDark


Nth Is
New Zealand
2045 days ago

YES TONY!!! Good on you, great speed tooo John Cool Glynn super quick again, must be a ton more to come

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Tony welcome you not only got to 40 but you smashed it hitting 41 well done mate. 

John well done even after I tried to take you out with my glider in the morning. 

ZbRider


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Hey Tony, John, well done guys .....wow it must be feeling great to pull those numbers. Cheers B
Pete C


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Nice Pbs John & TonyCool

AndySails


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Huge congrats Tony! Awesome stuff John and still time to crack 40. Nice work Glynn, consistent as always.

Well done on the PB's also Jarreau and Shaun... can't see them yet, but I know they are coming soon!

Steve1001


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Wow MBM. What a day. John that is awesome speed. I'm jealous. Tony congrats on smashing the 40kt barrier. And Glynn, fast as always. Well done guys. A great day.
Steve1001


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Vando good to see you back on the water mate. U don't appear to have lost any pace. Didn't look rusty to me.
Haggar


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

well done guys on all the PBs !

Vando


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Gee my numbers look shit against those lol.

Congrats on ya pb's guys and good speed Glynn.

Thanks Steve its just great to be sailing again.

lets see what happends tomSmile

STROPPO


WA
Australia
2045 days ago

Welldone Slowcoach on joining the 40 club and not to far behind JohnCoolCool

B-rad


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Well done guys. Some great PB's .Cool 

Looking forward to seeing Riggs & Jarrafa results

Drifter


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Vando, it's Great to have you fit and healthy on the water again. Good luck tomorrow - anticipating some big numbers from Waterloo Bay
evets


WA
Australia
2045 days ago

Nice numbers guys, well done on the PBs.

Vando


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago

Thanks John see what the rain does fridays our best chance

bushfire


NSW
Australia
2045 days ago

Fantastic numbers guys! Congrats all round. Nice to catch up with you again. Same time same place next year?Smile

TEX


NSW
Australia
2045 days ago
We'll done John and Tony on your PBS . Super fast boys.
Greg Kiskarpati


NSW
Australia
2045 days ago
Great work fellas , awesome !!!! Very happy for you John great numbers mate
Boombuster


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Well done Jarreau
Drifter


QLD
Australia
2045 days ago
Well done Sean and Jarreau. Great results for your first big day back on the lake.
Hardie


WA
Australia
2045 days ago

CoolWoohoo Slowcoach, Jogn, and Jarrafe

ODIN


South
Croatia
2045 days ago

good times guys ...

hey john its good to see you got the misty 91 out its a great allrounder speed/slalom board !!!

But you can go in a much smaller size fin  for that board , i have put my 7.0 on the 91 with a speed weed 25 carbon fin from locky and that is stable as so even a 5.6 to 6.3 on that combo will will work great with a smaller fin .... 34 is too big !!! and that board can go easily to the mid 40s kts for speed.

so dont forget if you have a smaller fin for that board around the 24 to 28 then move all your foot straps back to get good lift due to its a speed weed ...

keep it goin mate...

nice one vando ..

 

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
2044 days ago

John and Tony, it was a pleasure to meet and to spend time with you. Well done on your PB's. Cool Cool Thre is definitely  more to come now you have a feel for it. Hope to see you back next year.

Nice speeds Glynn! It's much harder than it looks to get a decent 5-by out here this year and thats a very good'n. Cool

Well done Sean and Jarreau. That was a late session guys! Great way to open your account! Cool Cool

Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
2044 days ago

Nice work on the speeds boys, that's smoking 

JR


QLD
Australia
2044 days ago
Nice one Tony ....... Big effort and top speed..... Nice to see you were cranking too John :). I bet you never thought you would be so close to knocking on that 40 door! If we get some strongish wind again I'm sure that door will crumble! Think you guys have it Sussed this year with the 2pm winds it's seems to taper off early now :(.
Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
2044 days ago

Nice going youngsters Cool, good job captain Wink

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2044 days ago
Awesome work on the pbs all! Smashed it
AJEaster


NSW
Australia
2044 days ago

congrats on the PBs guys. KILLER SPEED AGAIN GLYNN. YOU HAVE THIS PLACE AND YOUR GEAR WIRED, WELL DONE :-)

lao shi


WA
Australia
2044 days ago

Great speeds, team!Laughing

Well done on the PBs, Slowcoach(smashed 40 and 41!), Jarrafe (so close to a PB and 40 ave!) and John(40 next time)!Cool

Good to see you are fighting fit, Vando!Laughing

phil


QLD
Australia
2044 days ago

Well done Tony, John and Jaraffe. Nice speeds everyone. Tony, you will have to change your name to FASTCOACH now!!!

Tricky Bogan


SA
Australia
2044 days ago

Bunta speed  John SurprisedTongue outCoolSmile good job, just a bit of luck for another gust,,,,,,,,,,,

Great PBs Jarraffe & Slowcoach PB's are Cool

MT


NSW
Australia
2043 days ago

Great numbers boys. Awesome effort. It was great sailing with you. See you next year.