Mark's WindLog for Sunday October 18, 2020 , 11:00p - 3:00p

31st session in 2020
Sailed at Windy Point
Wind from the S (mph)
        Lulls: 10
        Average: 16
        Gusts: 25
Rated a 8 of 10

Board: Starboard Foil-X 145
Sail: 5.9 Severne Freek
Suit: Boardshorts

The most sailors on the water (wingers, kiters, windsurfers) at Windy Point that I have seen in a long time. Kids windsurfing too! Wind was very up and down, but it was warm and beautiful. Brian Shepard was tearing it up. Foil boarding with a foil kite is obviously the most efficent form of light wind sailing that I have seen. There was a wing foiler getting flying before me too which was a bit crushing. I feel it has been a big set back trying to get the SC foil dailed in on my board, but I know I am close to getting it right. Hopefully, I will be flying through jibes again soon. I was close to a few flying exits today on several jibes. At least I am not falling in. The big drama was a trimaran sailboat flipped and turtled. The mast got stuck on the bottom. I missed seeing it happen because I had just got flying on that gust and passed them. It was not that windy, so they had to have really made a big series of mistakes for that to happen. There were lots of boats there quickly to help them. The trimaran was still upside down when I left.