Re: Removing Registration and Numbers
This thread should be stickied for 3 reasons:
1. perfect example of how to ask a question
2. two perfect examples of how to answer a question
3. two perfect acknowledgements for answers and also feedback on the method used
Sail Repair- Easy to do or you can have it done professionally. DIY answer involves going to your local marine store/chandlery and getting some rail repair tape. Clean the area thoroughly with methylated spirits and apply the sail repair tape to both sides. Make sure you get the repair tape...
For serious racing, gusts up to 30 are the most you would want to constitute a proper race (that means gusting up to 30, not a solid 30 and gusting higher)
A few weeks ago a few of us went sailing after the racing for the day had been called off in a windometer varified 35-40 knots, 1-1.5m...
Good luck with trying to get him to foot the bill for the repair..
You really shouldnt have put yourself in that position to begin with and you were both in the wrong so you should be paying for your own repairs
From what I understand, Performance Sailcraft Australia own the trademark for Laser in Australia, so laserperformance had to use the Dart name over here to sell the boats they manufacture in USA/Europe as Laser products.
They are different companies and are competing in the Australian market
I have just bought the zhik shorts with powerpads.
I previously had the zhik 3/4 pants (traditional style)
I will never go back, the powerpads are how hikers should have been designed from the beginning
I have a few that I do regularly:
Windsurf upwind - stand next to the mast, holding the mainsheet and pump like a windsurfer does while holding the mast, i just drop the tiller and make sure it can't get stuck in any direction.
Nose dive reach or downwind - standing in the same...