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Greens at peak velocity Sat 22 July

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Created by windjunky 9 months ago, 23 Jul 2017
windjunky
VIC, 370 posts
23 Jul 2017 9:15PM
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GP hit peak winds about 2pm on Saturday... the first few pics were the folks that were sailing then, while the last few were from after my session as the wind eased a little.
(I was on a Fanatic Stubby TE88 and 4.2 NP Zone downhauled to the max - plus a 3/2 Flashbomb with a 0.5mm flashbomb rashie!)



































Bradman
VIC, 28 posts
23 Jul 2017 9:48PM
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Nice one Windjunky. I went to swan bay quenscliff. Can you explain why south channel was blowing 40kts and swan bay was only 10-20kts?

windjunky
VIC, 370 posts
23 Jul 2017 10:42PM
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Bradman said..
Nice one Windjunky. I went to swan bay quenscliff. Can you explain why south channel was blowing 40kts and swan bay was only 10-20kts?


In the lee of the You Yangs?

mathew
VIC, 1619 posts
25 Jul 2017 10:08AM
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windjunky said..

Bradman said..
Nice one Windjunky. I went to swan bay quenscliff. Can you explain why south channel was blowing 40kts and swan bay was only 10-20kts?



In the lee of the You Yangs?


The is a bit of a "V" in the Blue Mountains, just to the north of Melbourne. Depending on the angle, Frankston can experience the same phenomena.

shoodbegood
VIC, 630 posts
25 Jul 2017 10:13PM
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Is that Jamie from Meester sails with the home made number?

pearly
VIC, 1 posts
29 Mar 2018 1:03PM
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shoodbegood said..
Is that Jamie from Meester sails with the home made number?


It's a Meester Sail, not sure it's Jamie though.



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