You could also come down and do some sailing in Ft Lauderdale we have windy open ocean conditions pretty consistently from November to February.
I made a pvc tube for it and shipped it to my destination- customs did cut the end off so I was quite glad I stuffed it very tight with a rag. If...
Yep they are a real pain to ship- I am actually on my down to Miami to get some training in before orange bowl
We all call it a daisy chain and it is pretty easy to do I am sure their must be a YouTube video of how to do it
I bought one through tackle shack but I did pick it up when I was in st Pete for a regatta
In gusty conditions make sure to take the puffs down and spend the most time possible in them
No reason why that wouldn’t work. I started sailing lasers with a PVC tiller extension
You could through bolt the hiking strap if you want but not completely nesesary
Because the class rules prohibit any devices that record anything during racing
If it were and would ask around at Conconut Grove Sailing Center one of the members might have one. If not
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Wow looks fun down in South Florida we are taking all the boats out of our sailing center in preparation for Hurricane Irma, fingers crossed a miss
The hull may of gone soft due to its age but if that hasn't happened it should be the same if not slightly better built than some of the newer boats
Unless the boat has been waterlogged or repaired extensively I would say no.
They both are the same except for the block that fits into the vang key and the double block that comes with it. The more expensive one comes with...
I may bias after learning to sail in one and loving it but they are great boats. Not to mention not to costly second hand and...
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