2016 11 26 - Flatwater speed runs near Stanley

Some days are just perfect.

After a wicked session at Marrawah, Peter took us to Stanley and to an amazing flatwater section just to the south east.  With the tide out it was reduced to a widish river with ridiculous flat water and a ton of wind.  Small kites were the order of the day, we had to setup and walk for about 500m to get to the water.  Taz, James and I joined up with the two already active windsurfers to do speed runs, jumps, and exploring the delta.  Magnificent flat water session - don't think I've ever had flatwater that flat for that long anywhere.

Once the tide came in a little we were able to explore further up the tidal river, which made for heaps of laughs.  What a session !



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