Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2020-01-09
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Pacey
37.565(D)
34.737(D)
6.91(D)
0(D)
23.406(D)
16.839(D)
remery
32.921(D)
30.863(D)
7.1(D)
0(D)
27.282(D)
20.406(D)
CrimsonFlash2
35.602 [PB](D)
33.47(D)
16.817(D)
14.726(D)
27.059(D)
110.059(D)
Flatchat
38.335(D)
36.44(D)
7.004(D)
19.033(D)
19.857(D)
29.488(D)
Boz
40.529(D)
38.838(D)
19.21(D)
21.871(D)
32.155(D)
149.183(D)
Pointman
36.933(D)
34.203(D)
15.658(D)
23.539(D)
30.478(D)
42.157(D)
Lunny
40.164(D)
38.625(D)
15.249(D)
25.438(D)
28.575(D)
108.313(D)
Woody-Mark
38.076(D)
36.322(D)
9.731(D)
15.378(D)
28.22(D)
40.494(D)
tailwind
35.953(D)
33.137(D)
8.601(D)
0(D)
16.967(D)
22.116(D)
Windxtasy
36.603 [PB](D)
35.183 [PB](D)
5.893(D)
0(D)
8.693(D)
19.445(D)
nebbian
Mineral
lao shi
Chris Porter
Jeff
Marcel
paddymac
Snake
JC2
Jemma
Birdman
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
JJ
Ricey
WINGMAN
Bunyip
Sam
AC1
Hooksey
Lukie
Andy
Gustenzo
Cannonball
Kenny
Windmill
Jase
SRS73
Antman
AndreaMunich
Italy
kai
Gloria Jackson
Average40.3538.7318.0124.4931.32129.62
Pacey (592km):
49 days ago

Liptons, M95, SV M2 5.5, Tribal delta 20

Great session, lots of wind getting stronger through the afternoon. More fitness required



remery (2643km):
48 days ago

Coodanup, WA, AU



CrimsonFlash2 (3947km):
48 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU (Liptons)

Great session today with a bunch of enthustiastic sailors from Pinnas and MM. Managed to convince Lunny to go exploring across to Boombas and found a nice little spot where we got some good runs. Decided to name it "Big Dan's corner". Picked a good day to take the afternoon off work - awesome sail and feeling quite knackered.

WindTech 57 with 18cm Tribal Delta, 6.3 Loft Racing Blade.



Flatchat (7782km):
48 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

Finally a decent big blow but just couldn't get into the groove. Big turn up for Liptons and plenty of happy chappies about. Good to catch up with the locals and other fly ins.

SB w49, evo 4 5.8m, Tribal Swsp 21



Boz (22238km):
48 days ago
5 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A great day finally Liptons turns it on first time this season. Lots out lots of happy people and a bit of carnage as wellCry Started on the 6.3 just for a warm up until the wind booted, changed to the 5.5 and for a while thought it aint happening. Slowie rocks we disscussed how it wasn't that windy then it kicked in enough to have a reat little play. I stayed in the Liptons corner as port tack is my favourite side, that is until the last run. One of the buckles broke on the seat harnes put me off balance just as I was going into the speed run, rail caught big time and to the amusment of slowie who was behind me an instant stop, ripped the harness hook clean off, and this time damaged one rib and the left hand. Oh well a few nurefens should do the trick I hope as an Albany trrip is on the cards for SaturdayLaughing

Manta 54 KAR 5.5



Pointman (15445km):
48 days ago

Pelican Point, WA, AU

Faaark that was windy!!

Probably the strongest breeze I have sailed at Peli, with gusts well over 30k.

Went with the Windtech 64 + 6.6 TR7 + 33 Tribal WS (after a brief flirtation with an old 32 Goldwing, but I was going sideways almost instantly, so not enough fin for this set-up).

Pretty happy with the numbers given how choppy it was (and how over-powered I was).

Mostly short bearaways off the point, until it got too choppy and hairy for speed, so I went for a few alphas.  Blistering speed into, and out of, my gybes, but I couldn't manage a fast gybe in the chop, so I'll have to be happy with a 23.

The 64 continues to impress, she's a lovely ride, even when it gets hectic Cool

Good to catch up with Hooksey, and nice to see Stringer out sailing after a long absence.

Not a bad sesh for a weekday after work Smile



Lunny (37535km):
48 days ago
1 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A great arvo at Liptons with the usual speed freaks. Stroppo talked me into going straigt onto the speed board, glad i did as it went pretty well, only the second time I've used it since building it. Stoked that Dan persuaded me to head across to Boombas. The chop on the way was consistant and the flat section on the point was sensational. Maybe a tad less wind but very flat water. 

Never really felt huge power in the sail today, great fun though

Lunny Speed 48, SV M1 6.2, Tribal ws 23



Woody-Mark (5143km):
48 days ago
3 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

A great day with heaps of pbs amongst a happey crew. Rigged the 5.6 on the JP speed 50 with a 24 wp expecting the 40 knot gusts. I finally got my dues for ignoring the shallows. Had a top stack coming out of Pt Grey, broken harness lines and a good wake up call to carry a spare line in the future. Sailed back to the bottom of Liptons and walked through back to the carpark where I should have rigged the 6.4 but stayed on the 5.6. Fantastic session to see everyone sending it with so many pbs. Top day indeed. 

https://youtu.be/5nUDH_54rxE

 



tailwind (5860km):
48 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

That was out of control.

The smallest sail I had with me was a 6.2 and certainly needed a bit of lead because I was getting lifted right out the water when ever I did a bear away for a speed run.

Good fun



Windxtasy (10478km):
47 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU Mistral 41 speed, 21 Tribal superweed, 5m Koncept, $10 Sunshine boom. No lead. initially 20 - 25 kn, later 24 - 27 kn. 

Just before lunch I trod on a piece of glass and cut my foot. If the forecast had not been so exceptional I might have decided not to soak my cut foot in the estuary all afternoon, but I threw caution to the wind (literally) and went sailing anyway.

Last year I didn't do any speed sailing because I was concentrating on gybes, and my top speed for the year was 32.5.  My previous PB was 34.999 set in Dec 2016. I had managed high 34s numerous times since then but had not been able to crack the 35 knot barrier. Today I told myself I would be happy with 34. First run 35.5! Good bye 35 knots! On my next run I also did close to 35.5 and so I thought I could be onto a 5X PB as well. Then came a couple of 36 knot runs, so I kept going in the hope of a 35 knot 5X. I managed 5 runs in excess of my previous 2 sec PB including 3 in the 36's. I wanted another 36 to ensure a 5X10 over 35, but my arms were struggling to pull me up after the speed runs - it takes a lot longer to slow down after 36 knots!, so I thought I better head back across the choppy channel (now 27 knot winds) while I still had some energy left. It is a long way back to the other side and by the time I got there I was pooped. I decided to drag the gear to the beach and walk back to the car.

2 sec - 36.68, 36.52, 36.42, 35.51, 35.45

5X - 35.8, 35.22, 35.18, 34.91, 34.75

Everyone was asking what made the big difference in speed. I think it was the right gear choice for the conditions. It all felt well balanced, not overpowered and not underpowered, just comfortable until coming back across the channel.

EDIT: I just remembered that yesterday I put my harness lines further back than I usually do. Did that make the difference?

It is interesting to note that my previous PB - the 34.999 was on the same board and fin and a similar sized sail, but I do remember thinking a wider board would have been better on that occasion. 

It was also interesting that a lot of the guys must have been threatened by my healthy PBs and went out and tried a lot harder after that and improved their scores! Not to be outdone by a lady...

It was great to see such a big group of sailors out enjoying the exceptional conditions. A very successful road trip!



Comments
JJ


WA
Australia
49 days ago

Smashed it Andrew - nice one Cool

 

Solid 25 knot+ SSW at Dutchies

Awesome fun Smile

Freestyle 87  Infinity 65  Blacktip 3.7m

 

 

waricle


WA
Australia
48 days ago

congrats on the pb Andrew

Hardie


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Great stuff AndrewCool

Decrepit


WA
Australia
48 days ago

More where that came from Andrew, nice one.

fangy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Woohoo Pacey! Stoked for ya mate Laughing 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Whoo hoo Pacey! Big improvement in PBs! well done! Good day for it...

Hardie


WA
Australia
48 days ago

WooHoo CF2Cool

CrimsonFlash2


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Nice one Andrew. Looks like I scored a couple too. Wahoo!! Didn't quite crack the 40 club today but working on it!

Boz


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Brilliant Guys well done on the PB's and Anita I know there's one at least coming from you so glad for you top job captain

Hardie


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Sensational Anita you're a starCool

Hardie


WA
Australia
48 days ago

WooHoo Boz, ya nailed the 5x10Cool

waricle


WA
Australia
48 days ago
Well done on those great pbís
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Boz, that is 5 PBs in 20 days! sensational! Well done, mate!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Crimson Flash, congratulations on two big PB's. Smashed the 35 knot 2 sec! 110 km too, A big effort on those conditions.

Pacey


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Awesome job Anita, well done in difficult conditions

Stretch


WA
Australia
48 days ago

 Fantastic PBs Anita, Boz, Dan and Pacey. Big congrats to you all Cool

(Flyin-) fin


WA
Australia
48 days ago

   Some great PBs there y all!!   Cool   

 

Terry A


Sth Is
New Zealand
48 days ago

Well done Anita, Boz and Dan,   great effort!!!!

Lunny


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Onya PB Pinnas!, Ahh Boz.....Bruised Breaker BozLaughing Great Naughty on the river Greg, JJ you're mad!Smile

Woody-Mark


WA
Australia
48 days ago

A big congrats Anita, Pacey, Dan and Boz on the pbs. Great sessions. Laughing

Firiebob


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Big congrats girls and boys, ripper speeds Cool

Anita you can now edit your profile, you are fast WinkCool

Boz you're a tough mad bugger Laughing

Elmo


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Woo hoo, PB's a pleantly, conmgrats everyone.

Boz and Mark hope the pain fades quickly

Decrepit


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Fantastic session team, 7 PBs! Well done all

Swindy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Raining PB's again, Well done guys and Anita. Hope the nurofen is working Boz.

Pointman


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Congrats on all the PBs team, particularly Anita, I know how long you've coveted that 35K peak, and then you went and got the 35k 5x as well, top job Smile

STROPPO


WA
Australia
48 days ago
Stacks of pbs peeps Welldone everyone great to see so many down here 😎😎😎😎
Kenny


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Wow. I was looking forward to seeing all the PBs after attending an old mate's funeral today. It was really howling up here in Perth.

Anita huge congrats. Must feel like icing on the cake after winning the cup then smashing the 36 knot barrier. 

Pacey and Dan, big congrats on the speeds. Great work.

Boz, Another day, another 40 knots. congrats on the 5x10 PB mate. Glad you and Mark are OK after the big stacks. 

 

 

tailwind


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Super session guys and girl well done on all the PB's

Mark Loved the video, remember next time you need water to sail dude.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Pointman! Quite a feat to be in the jellybeans when so many top sailors were at the much easier Liptons. Well done on the alpha and nm at choppy Peli!

and yes, I have coveted a true 35 for a long time - just over three years!

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Awesome naughty Boz! naughty of the day. Who needs Lilacs?

lao shi


WA
Australia
48 days ago
Awesome work, Captain!😎 Great collection of PBs team! Always good to see a 40 ave on the board!😎😎
Ricey


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Great PBs Anita, fantastic effort. I will have to try harder. Cut on shin nearly healed now so looking forward to it.

Excellent 10Secs Boz.

Great to have new PBs Andrew and Daniel

JJ


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Big congrats on the PBs all - esp. Anita well done Cool

Awesome speed in Peli chop on the WT64 Greg Smile

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
48 days ago
Congrats to all that got pbs and welcome to the 36 club Anita
Nauli


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Great PB's there folks...well doine Anita! And JJ...brave to be out in the ocean with those conditions!

Helga


QLD
Australia
48 days ago
Congratulations on your pbís Pacey, CrimsonFlash2 and Windxtasy. It sound like an awesome session. Anita a great pb. Well done
sboardcrazy


NSW
Australia
48 days ago

Fantastic session Anita! Great 2 sec and 5 x 10 too!

fangy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Anita, Boz, Dan...the PB's are raining down. Sensational day for the Pinnas. There should be some smiles on dials for a few days yet before that wears off. Stoked for all of youLaughing

Basil


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Congrats on all the PBs. A huge year for you Anita.Brilliant

Dezza


NSW
Australia
48 days ago
Thatís HUGE Anita, well done, special day with great results, and terrific 10 sec speed. Well worth posting your session onto gps-speedsurfing 😎
Cannonball


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Congrats Pacey, Dan, Anita and Boz. The 2 sec and 5x are everybodies favorite PB's. Cool

Looks like evrybody out had a great session with stella results everywhere.

Astrid


QLD
Australia
48 days ago

Congrats team on all the PBs awesome speeds Anita

Morts


WA
Australia
48 days ago

 

 

Way to go Team Captain!! Leading from the front with the huge PB's Cool Cool Anita if you have a look at the overall GPSTC Womens for the 2sec & 5x10 I think you'll be very pleased Wink

 

Congrats Pacey, Dan & Boz also on the PB's you earned & the rest of the Pinnas for some great results on what sounds like a fun afternoon Laughing

 

 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
48 days ago

Thanks everyone! I am especially pleased with the #4 all time ladies 5X.

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
48 days ago

Well done everyone. Great numbers.

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
47 days ago

Well done to all. Must have been a great session!

Great to see all the PB's.

Well done Anita. That is very cool speed! And you are right. When the conbimation is balanced is when you go a lot faster and it feels surprisingly easy.

 

dr cam


QLD
Australia
47 days ago

Super effort Anita-great to see that determination paid off !! Great numbers SmileCool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
47 days ago

Firiebob, I re-wrote my profile for you.

Decrepit


WA
Australia
45 days ago

Hey Boz, I recovered your spreader bar, plus a few scraps of webbing, from a crabber, about to throw it in the bin!

Boz


WA
Australia
45 days ago

Thanks Mike it will come in handy as a spare when I break the new oneLaughing