Forums > Windsurfing   Western Australia

Easterlies at Safety bay

Reply
Created by Scrondies 4 months ago, 8 Feb 2017
Scrondies
WA, 17 posts
8 Feb 2017 8:35PM
Thumbs Up

With Easterlies at Safety bay , Carlisle rd boat ramp, if I launch off the beach, what line should I follow to have a great sail? Friday is set for good wind, and I'm eager to get back out.

Triage
WA, 216 posts
8 Feb 2017 9:04PM
Thumbs Up

Hi mate,

Easterly = offshore and super gusty!! I would only suggest the pond if your very desperate. Why not wait a few days until the southerlys return

Scrondies
WA, 17 posts
8 Feb 2017 9:26PM
Thumbs Up

I was thinking that, today was SE and no-one out at all. I was hoping for a run out to the spit, the pond would be straight over and back, no long runs at all. I'm never sure where North is when I'm there!

Subsonic
WA, 960 posts
9 Feb 2017 6:57AM
Thumbs Up

Sail the pond, put that boat channel to some sort of good use by using it to sail out a bit.

Not too far though, the next stop's Africa if something goes wrong

rogerswin
WA, 18 posts
9 Feb 2017 7:32AM
Thumbs Up

Try Mandurah estuary or pelican point on the river. If your desperate worth a drive.

Stuthepirate
WA, 2971 posts
9 Feb 2017 1:05PM
Thumbs Up

I have some good sessions at SB on easterlies. Especially in the morning.
Sail out from Carlisle St. and just don't go out too far. Worst comes to worst and you drift to Penguin Island sand bar and walk back.
Just make sure it's ESE to SSE






Subscribe
Reply

Forums > Windsurfing   Western Australia


"Easterlies at Safety bay" started by Scrondies