Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2017-02-12
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Bear
33.288(D)
30.513(D)
0(D)
18.334(D)
21.259(D)
32.727(D)
Russell Dowd
36.729(D)
32.921(D)
12.365(D)
21.232(D)
26.228(D)
37.451(D)
Dave Morehead
37.559(D)
32.301(D)
17.665(D)
23.24(D)
24.345(D)
49.819(D)
Kazza
32.338(D)
29.98(D)
16.937(D)
21.372(D)
23.101(D)
35.998(D)
TGale
27.319(D)
22.191(D)
10.955(D)
17.966(D)
17.582(D)
31.382(D)
cookie
41.101(D)
37.403(D)
21.769(D)
24.47(D)
36.516 [PB](D)
84.498(D)
Anthony Perkins
37.74(D)
35.29(D)
25.606(D)
24.263(D)
34.433(D)
97.444(D)
Ben Wilson
34.799(D)
32.223(D)
21.031(D)
22.166(D)
30.308(D)
75.768(D)
Steve Charles
35.063(D)
30.186(D)
12.785(D)
23.958(D)
21.013(D)
35.765(D)
Ray Thorne
36.991(D)
30.077(D)
2.398(D)
9.338(D)
5.522(D)
5.17(D)
Al Bach
Izaak Perkins
Stewart McKay
James Brient
Jordan Murray
Gordo
Richard CS
Johno
Jack
Jason
Tom
Fubbs
Paul Tenteye
Geoff Broomby
Jez
Easty
Anthony Houston
Kaleb Smith
Marlon
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Waynos
Klaas Hartmann
geared4knots
Will
Liana Perkins
Corkers
veitz
Shorty
Matt Webster
Jules
Johnny
Al
Parky
Ferg
Barry
Hughie
Sampson
Breno
Fletcher
Todd Sushames
Jimmy
Dave Jack
Old Man Steve
Jock C
JimoKG
brad peters
DJ
Angus C
James Park
Kelso Pete
Chol
Latte
Parky jnr
NIGE
WickedP
Average39.4236.3523.6924.3735.4790.97
Bear (8650km):
1244 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU Wind all over the place and washing machine water. Good fun Fanatic 91 Hot GPS 6.6



Russell Dowd (7146km):
1244 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU

GUN FIGHT 2017!!!!!!!

MS TR 6.3, CAsl55, Vector Rocket 32

Heaps of fun sailing with the GPS crew many out on the water...

Dave was sailing soo well and won the day. awsome work mate and fun tuning your kit.

Love the GUN FIGHTS...Cool Happy with my speeds in that chop

 



Dave Morehead (20419km):
1244 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU   2017 iSonic 87, 2017 Overdrive 6.2, Tribal MK1 32cm.

Heaps of people out sailing.  Not much wind at first, but then it came in and was pretty windy at times and swinging quite a bit from the NW to the SW.  First good sail on the new gear, which has taken a bit of tuning with new sail, mast, boom, board and fin!  A little less downhaul with the new mast opened up the sail a bit and provided more power - thanks for the tip Russ!!  Tried for a 1hr, but wind was just too up and down. 



Kazza (12100km):
1244 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU

5.6 OD R6  80 iS  28 Venom

Bit of an up & down sail and lots of changes in wind direction cause very bumpy water. Some good gusts came through though.



TGale (7961km):
1244 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU  Late afternoon splash, should have rigged a lot bigger. F2 FSW 87, Gun Hammer 4.7, fin 25.



cookie (16424km):
1243 days ago
6 categories

Henty, TAS, AU, A great trip to Henty with Ben and Perks. Had a few issues getting in to the rigging spot today, got stuck a few times then rolled the tyre off the rim. Lost an hour or so there but all good in the end. 

Did 2 runs to start before going for an Hr. Lost a bit of time at the end when the wind went swung too much to sail back up the run but it was probably at the 55 min. mark so not too costly. 

Really happy with the nm and only just survived it as the wind was gusting well over 30kn.

Isonic 90, R8 7.0, CLSL132



Anthony Perkins (18098km):
1243 days ago
6 categories

Henty, TAS, AU

great day at henty with ben and cookie,completely out sailed by cookie today welldone mate congratulations on a great score



Ben Wilson (17381km):
1243 days ago

Henty, TAS, AU

Great adventure with Cookie and Perks. One of the best sessions I have had at Henty, hardly any walking and a good mix of strength and angle. 

Well done on the fantastic numbers guys!

Thanks for the ride Cookie. 

JP54/59 Code Red 5.9 BP28 C323

https://www.ka72.com/Track/t/299457

 



Steve Charles (29722km):
1243 days ago

Lunawanna, TAS, AU. Isonic 97, R7 6.2 and Volt 34cm

Bruny Island spot record just. I know where I would have much rather beenCry



Ray Thorne (6907km):
1233 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU



Comments
Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
1244 days ago

Well done Dave on winning GF no2. Thats hooting and Russ not far behind. Nice work.

Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
1244 days ago

Classic old school GUN FIGHT we earned what we got today...

lucky we both go onto the same gustCool enjoy that new notch in the belt DaveWink

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Well done Cookie, great NM and you're now in first place in the final month of the GPS5.  Sounds like an eventful trip in!

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
1243 days ago

Great NM Cookie! Thats MAD on a 7m sail!! Cool

Also a very nice  NM and 1Hr Perks. Cool

Barry


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago
Totally smashed it Cookie! Great hour Perks!
Hardie


WA
Australia
1243 days ago

Tassie boyz impressiveCool, and Anthony super allround sessionCool

STROPPO


WA
Australia
1243 days ago

Nice speeds and nm pb CookieCool 

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1243 days ago

WOW Cookie, that's a ripper Nm, big  congrats Cool Sounds like it was an adventure too Smile

Nice speeds alround girls and boys, I'll get down that way one day, just have to save up for one of those rubber things WinkFrownLaughing

Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Congrats on the NM Cookie...well done..Great Henty session guy's CoolCool

Jimmy


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Well done Cookie, smashing numbers Cool

Boombuster


QLD
Australia
1243 days ago

Nice one cook.

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Sneaky one guys. Well done and good scores. Nice PB Cookie.

cookie


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Thanks guys, you never know what you are going to get sailing at the Henty (driving there the temp got down to 6.5 C). A lot of the time it can be too broard, then when it does change

direction the wind strenght drops as it did on the previous trip. This time it was square to start with and a good strenght (22 to 25kn) however on the 

first run it hailed all the way down. After that we just had the usual west coast weather of sun followed by rain scuds then sun again. Later in the day the wind swung more to the south at times and picked up in strenght this made it easier for a faster nm. Had a peak of 42 on my best nm run and just glad i made it to the end.

Great hour in those conditions Perks, and glad you got another 30 nm Ben

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

Great effort at Henty, we need to make the most of it while it's still a long run. 

Fantastic 1hr Perks!! 

Well done on the Bruny Island Spot PB Steve, will update the rankings soon. 

Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
1243 days ago

See Steve camping is not all badTongue out nice new PB for you...

dr cam


QLD
Australia
1243 days ago

Seriously good numbers there guys .

Cookie -smashing it as per usual !!Money mouth

What a spot that Henty River mouth has turned out to be ...!!