You can click on the image to see the full size version, but I'll explain the various parts below.
In this session, I was going for speed and worked on small board jibes. I managed to set a speed record for the board I was using, as well as a jibe record. The "40%" for the jibe means that the minimum speed was 40% of the entry speed; 40% mean I nicely planed through the jibe, but there was room left for improvement.
This was the first time I sailed on this side of PowderPoint bridge in Duxbury, and I really liked it - great for northerl winds, where the bridge creates to much wind shadow on the other side.
Here's a quick overview of what I used here:
- iWindsurf.com for wind forecasts and graphs
- Navi GT-31 GPS (my best birthday present ever!)
- GPS Action Replay Pro to analyze and plot the GPS data
- FileMaker 10 to create the database (I used FileMaker since I had it on my computer; this could probably be done as easily with Bento or something similar)
- A MacBook Pro running OS X 10.5