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|Lunny (37535km): |
Albany, WA, AU
What an awesome day. Well worth the journey sailing with some mighty fine people.
Wind was around 17-22kn, very comfy and solid on the 7.0
Best numbers were on the 112.
Off to have some dinner and beer to finish it off
M112, 91, SV M2 7.0, BP kestral 24, Tribal ws 24
|Antman (2019km): |
Carlisle St, Safety Bay, WA, on off power on the 7.0 Nx and 99 Falcon... Top notch stuff from the boyz on there trip down to albany, and there incredible speeds and distance sailed, wow, well done .
|Ricey (9450km): |
Pelican Point, WA, AU
Light to medium wind, 6.5 XS sail.
105 Rocket then 125 Rocket as wind died, then picked up a bit.
Trying to water start out in the river in very light wind and struggling when along comes the rescue boat asking if I am OK. I said it would be good if they waited til I got up, they said OK we will stay upwind, I said please go down wind because it is the wind I need. Got going soon after, thought it was nice of them to offer to help.
A bit later I stood up mid-gybe, caught harness line on hook, catapulted shin into where the mast and boom meet, took skin off even thorough wetsuit, so will have to stay out of the river water for a couple of weeks until it heals: dammmm.
Otherwise a nice sail.
Great results for the PinnAlbanyites: congrats on all the PBs
|remery (2643km): |
Coodanup, WA, AU
|Kenny (14533km): |
Albany, WA, AU
First trip to Lilacs the spot I'd heard much about. At first I wasnt optimistic as the the graphs didnt show much wind in the morning on the way to Albany. Got down around midday and there was a nice onshore breeze. Rigged the 6.2 with the 54 Manta and 18 Tribal delta which worked well together. thanks Woody for loaning the fin. Ill have to get that exact one.
Went for an hour first then tried for some NMs. Didnt go all the way to the shore so the first runs were too short. This is the place for Nautis for sure. Tim said this was a "Nauti place". Id agree with him.
Never really used delta fins before until today but you really need them in the thick weed here. Glad I decided to head down finally. Many PBs today even though the wind didnt get much over 23 knots. congrats to all.
6.2 Overdrive, 54 Manta, 16 MUF Delta then 18 tribal delta then 27 c3 sting.
|Flatchat (7782km): |
Albany, WA, AU
Finally made it back from Albafarawaytica. What a day sailing with an awesome crew. Great results and some big PB's abound. Well done to all. The day started with Huey playing peeky boo. Decided to go with my biggest gear to start with before changing down to a smaller kit when it swung to a proper ESE and kicked up a notch. Not as strong as was hoped for but it gave the big guns a good chance to strut they stuff and put in some impressive big numbers. The naughty run here is unbelievably good and alone worth the drive.
FF98, Evo9 7.0m, Tribal Swspd25 + SB i87, Evo5 6.4m, Tribal Delta 16
|Woody-Mark (5143km): |
Albany, WA, AU
Arrived the night before hoping the forecast would hold up. Saw Boz out at 6.30am in what was 10-15 knots getting a start to the day. Went out on the big board with the 7 hoping to get some km up but only managed a few before 10.30 as the wind was really on and off. Lunny, Flatchat, Dan and Kenny soon arrived to the company of the local mobsters Shane, Morts and Steve as did the wind so it was on. Used the 61 Manta with a CL Delta 20 and Vapor 7.1 for the day which was a great combination. Went for a solid hour and then some naughtys and alphas. Awsome session seeing all the crew pushing all day and getting terrific pbs. Looking forward to seeing Boz's upload who was a machine out there. Non stop except for the nicotine and sandwiches. Congratulations to everyone who ended up with pbs for the day. Especially Lunny who dispite being as sick as a dog pulled an inspirational Alpha pb. A day of great comradery too between the pinnas and mobsters. A sensational way to end 2019 at Lilacs. A congratulations to Anita who has consistantly updated the team on conditions across numerous locations all year and motivated us to push when it counted.
|Boz (22238km): |
Albany, WA, AU
Great company lots of smiles was the best thing and a couple of beers aftwards did not go astray. Loaded this file just have to edit one small section for the official k's will be about 700m less where I had to move my car, does not afect any other results its just my GPSPro is not working at the moment, Kenny I'll send the combined file through. What can I say three proper attemps at the HR first 25.7 second 25.9 and at last cracked the 26, didn't know this at the time as the watch had run out of juice three times through the day so lucky I had the GT31. Great results from all at Albany, the smiles on peoples faces as they came off the water magic, Events thanks for the pep talk that last 50NM for distance I really didn't want to do, but seeing how exhausted you where after the 1Hr attempt and taking a rest in the reeds I thought might as well. Thanks guys was an epic session must do it again sometime but only when my feet recover.
Edit: Managed to get GPSPro working file cleaned now official km inserted
Edit: Did further editing on the distance taken out 90% of the walking around with the gps as I want the result to be reflective of sailing distance, happy with the final removal of walking/chatting happy camper now
Manta 54 KAR 6.3
|CrimsonFlash2 (3947km): |
Lilacs, Albany WA
Awesome session with the crew at Lilacs. My first ever visit there and I'm hooked. Great to be sailing all day with a great bunch of guys.
Was on the 57 Silver Bullet WindTech most of the day and also on the 920 Pro Race 1992 vintage - most of the PBs were on the 57. Excellent catchup at the pub later too.