FNQ Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2020-07-05
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Kel
38.09(D)
35.358(D)
14.473(D)
23.311(D)
26.748(D)
34.397(D)
Billy
32.715(D)
30.783(D)
7.901(D)
15.915(D)
18.118(D)
17.982(D)
Benny McCarthy
25.53(D)
23.887(D)
11.587(D)
14.021(D)
17.729(D)
30.09(D)
dr cam
38.76(D)
35.646(D)
15.555(D)
22.718(D)
27.773(D)
41.229(D)
binny
28.808(D)
27.683(D)
17.449(D)
18.946(D)
21.396(D)
59.35(D)
Snorkel962
20.883(D)
19.226(D)
12.919(D)
15.183(D)
18.403(D)
25.58(D)
Troppo
Herby
Rowdy
Sailpilot
Rossco
Sausage
Hoppybob
Regs
Freddy Burke
Locky
Gaz
Peter AUS466
Al
Eddy
Flying Dutchman
Luca Sansalone
Pacman
Squid Lips
Toody
Sharyn
James
Richard Reynolds: Rico
Jason
Billy Green Island
Trojan
Dave
Richo
Andrew
Brynoz
Ian
Flashman
Bindi
Kiera
Islandboydaz
boxy
Alvadave
Pencil Neck
Average38.4335.5016.5023.0127.2650.29
Kel (34372km):
198 days ago
6 categories

Green Island, QLD, AU

First fun session back at Green since the lockdown, fast falling tide limited time on the water, but arms were starting to fail after so long away from decent wind anyway.

Used Isonic W63 and 80, Overdrive R8 6.2 and Drake DW 32Cool



Billy (9755km):
198 days ago

Green Island, QLD, AU

Wow, wow, wow....Superfun, totally exhausted. On the Green with Kam and Kel. Tried so hard to keep up with the big kids, but they are in a class all to themselves. Seriously great to watch and follow. 20-25 in some patches,super rough to begin with but with a fast out going tide meaning there was limited TOW, but reasonably smooth down the speed strip.

Loved the Tribal Delta 18 during the last hr or so,but all to quickly the water had drained away to reveal the green lawn underneath. Was so sure I'd taken home an Alpha PB, burned into the turn, flipped the rig and ground to a halt on PB corner and took forever to get going again...Bugger. Sorry for the excitement guys, but it wasn't to be Frown.

Used: Motion, RRD Xfire90,30 Tribal S1 / Tribal Delta 16, 6.2 ODm1

 



Benny McCarthy (7360km):
198 days ago

Holloways Beach, QLD, AU  Fun short arvo sesh with Tony the Truckie off the mud pit.

Wind filled in nicely, water conditions even rougher than yesterday.  Stayed in close working on the gybes...

Nice numbers from the lads sailing off GI! Cool

Used Jag 125, Severne 7.8 OD M2, Choco 42

"Long May our Big Jibs Draw!" 

 

 



dr cam (37199km):
198 days ago
6 categories

Green Island, QLD, AU. Wind SE-ESE 20-27 knots.Outgoing tide .Gear Jp 60 w E11 7m2 Tribal SW 29 then speed delta 18 .

Super rough today & when the tide retreated the flat water disappeared quickly ...agghhrrr .

Ran out of steam today .The post Covid 19 muscle atrophy kicked in around 40mins into the 1 hr ...Foot in mouth so then focussed on trying to go quick .

Sailed along side Billy L & Captain Kel .

Sun came out-looked amazing as we were leaving .CoolSmile

 

 



binny (1273km):
197 days ago

Yorkeys Knob, QLD, AU

 

iSonic 107 and Gator 7.0



Snorkel962 (10171km):
189 days ago

Nelly Bay, QLD, AU



Comments
Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
198 days ago
Brilliant kel & billy
Pirate Pete


QLD
Australia
197 days ago

Nice speeds at GI today, bet your happy it's finally open again in time for the rest of winterCool

Trojan


QLD
Australia
197 days ago

Good to see GI back and the trades kicking in. No post, forgot to turn on the GPS, but maiden voyage on the WT SB72, in 10-12 knts breeze with 8.5 Ezzy Lion to test the bottom end. Verdict... the laws of physics won out. Major dredgefest, pumping onto the plane briefly but 44cm fin just couldn't generate the lift at low speeds to keep going. Thinking a 46 or 48cm fin is needed for such occasions.

 

 

Dezza


NSW
Australia
197 days ago
Mustíve felt good to be back at your local spot
Geoff Ringe


QLD
Australia
197 days ago

Well done guys, great sailing on GI today.