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Registered: 27-05-2007
Diary Entries: 1947

6th December 2009
Windsurfing: The Ray-Southend
Wind Direction: wsw
Wind Stength: 20/30
Surf / Sea State: flat
Air Temperature: 12
Sea Temperature: 12
Weather: cloudy
Max Speed: 32.75 (knots - unless stated otherwise)
Distance Covered: 26 (Nautical Miles - unless stated otherwise)

Again my mates think I have a mental health problem getting up at 5 travelling 70 miles to met up with Ian Richards and Michael George at 7 !!! rig in the dark and rain , carry my 90 lt. slalom and 7m sail the half mile + to the water when I can sail within a stones throw of my house at Felixstowe !!!!!! but we had a good couple of hours blasting first on the west course then as the wind swung the east course :) As usual I am off the pace as far as top speed is concerned but I did manage a good n/mile (improved my best by 3kts to 31.05 kts) and upped my alpha time a little in the lighter winds making gybing easier :) So need a few more go faster tips from the fast boys but am enjoying Southend even if the walk dose'nt get any better :( and we could'nt even sail the tide in as I had never seen the Ray so low and after a big rainy squall the wind dropped and most of the speedsailers gave up and returned to the beach !!! On reaching home at Felixstowe discovered I had'nt missed much as the wind went early,thats the advantage of being on the water at first light !!!!! />
Check out mut n/mile time :) Year=-&Gender=0&SpeedType=6

Toys Used:
Fanatic Falcon 90 
Tushingham x-15 7m



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