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Southern Wave Event WT Sat 27 Oct

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Created by clarence 25 days ago, 23 Oct 2018
clarence
TAS, 727 posts
23 Oct 2018 4:27PM
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Hi all

WINDSURFING TASMANIA Southern Wave Event- This Weekend
WAVE SAILING #2
Venue: South Arm Area - probably Sandpits
Briefing: TBC
Contact: Kaleb Smith

Apologies for late posting. Will have more details shortly.

Clarence

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
23 Oct 2018 6:05PM
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If anyone from up north is keen to head down, let me know.

Clarence

Kazza
TAS, 2180 posts
23 Oct 2018 9:14PM
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Can't make it. Off to a wedding.

Kazza
TAS, 2180 posts
24 Oct 2018 7:11AM
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PS Don't change it for my sake though.

appleman
TAS, 391 posts
24 Oct 2018 9:02PM
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Rebounds,.?

appleman
TAS, 391 posts
24 Oct 2018 9:06PM
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For a sail
Can be good
On cross
Yew ,.

FoS
TAS, 1586 posts
25 Oct 2018 8:24AM
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Anyone able to take a board up north after this event for me.

Sold to a bloke Launceston

geared4knots
TAS, 2385 posts
26 Oct 2018 7:11AM
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Wind willy is saying up to 30 knots sw at 3pm,
we should not dismiss park beach if this happens.
decide tomorrow i guess, i will be be turning up where its at after lunch as have customers all morning.

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
26 Oct 2018 8:26AM
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Bring the customers along Damien

BOM shows 25-35 knots SW all afternoon.

We can confirm details for location and briefing time this evening.

If you want to compete and aren't a WT member, you can do it by email and direct deposit or tomorrow at the beach.

I can email membership for with deposit details today if anyone wants. PM me through seabreeze.

NO shortage of wind it seems.

Clarence

rafawind
TAS, 25 posts
26 Oct 2018 11:21AM
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Oleeee this weekend I can make it!!!

Flouro1
TAS, 958 posts
26 Oct 2018 11:42AM
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Park Beach now looks the go ??will handle the swell and cars better!

Flouro1
TAS, 958 posts
26 Oct 2018 11:46AM
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Showing 20/30 from 11'30 ish

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
26 Oct 2018 11:55AM
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FoS said..
Anyone able to take a board up north after this event for me.


I can sort that out FoS.

robdddd
TAS, 161 posts
26 Oct 2018 1:22PM
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Might bring the family as spectators!

Rules>>>> are there rules for noncompeting sailors sailing during the competition, other than being polite and keeping out of the way???

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
26 Oct 2018 4:22PM
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robdddd said..
Might bring the family as spectators!

Rules>>>> are there rules for noncompeting sailors sailing during the competition, other than being polite and keeping out of the way???


I think it's pretty much as you say- but I may stand corrected.

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
26 Oct 2018 4:22PM
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robdddd said..
Might bring the family as spectators!

Rules>>>> are there rules for noncompeting sailors sailing during the competition, other than being polite and keeping out of the way???


I think it's pretty much as you say- but I may stand corrected.

buzzy
TAS, 2403 posts
26 Oct 2018 5:15PM
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LOCATION: PARK BEACH

BRIEFING AND SIGN ON: 11am

FoS
TAS, 1586 posts
27 Oct 2018 6:29AM
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clarence said..

FoS said..
Anyone able to take a board up north after this event for me.



I can sort that out FoS.


Thanks Clarence - Customer has changed his mind

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
27 Oct 2018 9:16PM
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25-30 knots at Park Beach. Kaleb took out the event, followed by Flouro.

Several late comers had a crack for the rest of the day.

I'll see if any of the photos turned out alright.

Clarence

houston
TAS, 3159 posts
27 Oct 2018 10:14PM
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Great day big wind well done Clarence and Kaleb for organising the event two months and I'll be back on the water yeah!!!

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
29 Oct 2018 12:31AM
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A few photos from later in the day when my frozen fingers started working again. Thanks Houston for being the judge for the day- hopefully we'll see you on the water some time this season.









js68
TAS, 95 posts
30 Oct 2018 8:57PM
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Thanks for posting some pictures Clarence

Flouro1
TAS, 958 posts
30 Oct 2018 10:08PM
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Very very average conditions unfortunately the southerly was dead on shore but much colder and gustier than a sea breeze southerly we get in summer and wouldn't you know it this Saturday's forecast is for a strong west/sw with a moderate ground swell both perfect for side to side on jumping at Park beach. The headland shelters the car park on this direction even in 30 knots and it makes for a whole lot more pleasureable experience.

clarence
TAS, 727 posts
31 Oct 2018 9:04AM
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Flouro1 said..
Very very average conditions unfortunately the southerly was dead on shore but much colder and gustier than a sea breeze southerly we get in summer and wouldn't you know it this Saturday's forecast is for a strong west/sw with a moderate ground swell both perfect for side to side on jumping at Park beach. The headland shelters the car park on this direction even in 30 knots and it makes for a whole lot more pleasureable experience.



I thought any time it blows over 20 knots with waves over 2 foot was above average? You guys in Hobart must get it too good.

geared4knots
TAS, 2385 posts
31 Oct 2018 9:12AM
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yeah- we are sailed out down this end of the state- just so much water time.
Hows it going up North?
I will have to have a rest- my hands are worn out




Gclark1
TAS, 511 posts
2 Nov 2018 5:04PM
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That IS from sailing, yes?

Gclark1
TAS, 511 posts
2 Nov 2018 5:07PM
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It has been a bit average up here, but the company has been great - everyone else has ben out injured so it has been me and all my mates.

Tomorrow and Sunday are looking okay, so I'll get some more alone time I reckon, if Paul can't escape the invalid ward.


js68
TAS, 95 posts
2 Nov 2018 7:26PM
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Gclark1 said..
It has been a bit average up here, but the company has been great - everyone else has ben out injured so it has been me and all my mates.


One can only surmise you don't wash your wetsuit out...
Where are you and your entourage planning on sailing tomorrow?

Gillianv
TAS, 343 posts
2 Nov 2018 8:33PM
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I have a new board to try that's appropriate for the conditions and excited to see the sand back at Bellbouy last weekend.

Gclark1
TAS, 511 posts
3 Nov 2018 7:19AM
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Plan A - Bellbuoy from about midday.



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