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29th September 2006 06:38 PM
John Kemsley
RE: Wich carve for a heavy sailor?

Hi

I am your weight. I use a GO165 for light winds, however I have used my 9.4 on my HS133, it went eally well. Perhaps you should also consider the GO139 and Isonic 133

John
29th September 2006 05:27 PM
gold
RE: Wich carve for a heavy sailor?

160 : you must think about it !
29th September 2006 05:26 PM
gold
RE: Wich carve for a heavy sailor?

133 : too small
144 : ok
28th September 2006 02:05 PM
PG
RE: Wich carve for a heavy sailor?

Hi Larry,

As you are heavy, and not particularly fond of waterstarts, I would steer you towards the 144. It is also likely to be more optimal for your 9 m sail.
28th September 2006 02:02 AM
larrychile
Wich carve for a heavy sailor?

I always sail between 7.5 and 9 mts, my wieght is around 93Kg, wich board will be the best for me the carve 133 or 144?

Im not a good waterstarter.

thanks

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