i am sailing a 4.7 on the south coast of england. Most of my sailing friends are geting a radial for christmas and i wounded would i be heavy enough for one i am 5'9 and way 60 kg . will i be heavy enough:confused:
People hold there mainsheet high because if they have to ease the sheet they no they have not got any knots in . if that akes sence . :confused:
Do u meen holding it high like the pic below ?
I have just got a sponsor :) and wanted to know if you can put it anywere or only in one area. Ihave a 4.7 sail so there is not must room . The other question is were do you have yoursponsor if you are sponsored.
meny thanks :)
The bung is quite tite to the rod and if the bung is pushed in a mich as it can should that stop water from coming in. As i reply to how do i know weather there is any water in th hull or not i have had the boat right up and there is not a drop of water in there .:confused:
I have found if you get a very long tiller extension stand right at the bow holding the mainsheet in one hand and the tiller in the other.Then rock the boat as much as you want . If there is a bit of wind and you can see were it is coming from do the above but if you have to tack...
It mite be the water off of my clothes but after a dry capsize it fills right back up again. It fills up about 1 or 2 inchs and in the capsize i do not get one bit wet .
can you help :confused:
Every time i leave the slipway and get to the end of the lymington river my cockpit is full of water.I dont know if it is a leak and it should not be because the boat was brand new last september (187490) . I have pushed the bung in as much as i can . Can you help me ?:confused...