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  1. NickolasG

    Tiller separation

    Thank you all for advising! I really appreciate it. Will tray all of the ways that we’re described here ASAP, when I’ll come again to my YC
  2. NickolasG

    Tiller separation

    Nice question how it happened. I don’t know how. Probably it was in ok position but somebody hit my boat from stern and tiller has gone from its position. As you can see ok the pictures tiller isn’t exactly in the center, it’s a bit left. edit Do I need any lubricant ex. WD-40? to decrease grip?
  3. NickolasG

    Tiller separation

    Hi all. (Unfortunately) Due to this COVID19 all yacht clubs are closed, but sailing isn’t only offshore. And I wanted to separate my rudder from tiller/tiller ext to put everything in blade bag. But I found out my tiller stuck in a rudder (pictures below) How can I separate them?
  4. NickolasG

    New Laser Class

    Now it gets really scary. My mate just bought one ILCA with s/n 2178XX I can’t imagine seeing 2 boats with same s/n’s
  5. NickolasG

    New Laser Class

    On my god..... But it’s senseless!
  6. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    If I’ll fill step fully with water, in 30-40 mins all water will get into the hull
  7. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    But I’ve done it already!
  8. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    Not once, Sir That’s why I’m sure that it’s leaking right there
  9. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    There’s no big holes. All small ones. Thank you
  10. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    This thread is alive again and I need your help. Is there any way to fix the mast step without drilling inspector port? Dinghy is kinda fresh and still costs money, don’t want to “kill”appearance of it and money on selling. I’ve got one picture of my step, I know from where leaks are coming, but...
  11. NickolasG

    Buyer’s guide??

    When you’re buying a boat take a fast look on everything except 1 thing. The mast step. If you’ll buy a boat with a broken/leaking mast step it’s very hard to repair it without drilling an inspector port. Check general condition of gelcoat, see if there’s any repair and ask about it (the history...
  12. NickolasG

    Max wind for light sailor

    Dont even know. I'm sailing radial, and I have about same weight with you (72-74kilos) and with radial I'm going out even in 20-25 knots, 10 it's already not enough. Sailing is addiction:rolleyes:
  13. NickolasG

    LPE introduced new ARC-1 and ARC-2 rigs!

    Just LPE envying PSA at this moment probably:p
  14. NickolasG

    LPE introduced new ARC-1 and ARC-2 rigs!

    I hope so. We will see.
  15. NickolasG

    LPE introduced new ARC-1 and ARC-2 rigs!

    Not yet.
  16. NickolasG

    LPE introduced new ARC-1 and ARC-2 rigs!

    Well, as I heard they're doing this for no reason, my guys from PSA told me that they're not about replace classic rigs with c-series and/or ARC. Just both of them gonna exist, everybody chooses whatever he wants
  17. NickolasG

    LPE introduced new ARC-1 and ARC-2 rigs!

    Just opened my Facebook and updated my news feed and appeared post from LaserPerfomance with their new video about these rigs. To see the video tap on the link below [here|] Seems pretty interesting, but I guess the price will start from 3000€. Absolutely new sail, absolutely new spars that are...
  18. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    I actually wanted to tell you a lot of time ago, but just remembered about it again, my previous boat had s/n 166731. Pretty close to each other
  19. NickolasG

    Laser Repairing

    Will look for it! Thanks !
  20. NickolasG

    How to get into Laser Racing?

    Then I advise you first time to stay with club's boats if you of course have possibility to, and only after some time(may be 1-2 seasons) start looking for your own. I know how sad is to crush/scratch/damage your own one. So first of all get some experience, get used to boat, and then start...
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