|17th June 2010 02:14 PM|
|reccakeys||Thanks for this info guys. It'll help a lot|
|17th June 2010 02:13 PM|
|reccakeys||me too. I want to learn.|
|10th June 2010 07:21 PM|
Support the message above. I am about 260lb, sail the Mahalo almost exclusively the last couple of years.
It took me a couple of years to realize that what may hold for “normal” sailors, do not apply for me. The wide beginner’s boards do well the first week. Planing a Start-board in footstraps is advanced technique even for people below 200lb.
The Mahalo can also be used as tandem, works well with almost 500lb.
|6th June 2010 08:01 AM|
Read the review on www.lbwindsurfing.com
Written by a guy your size... he loved it.
|20th May 2010 06:12 PM|
|John Kemsley||Clever guy, getting the wife interested|
|20th May 2010 05:11 AM|
|bear||Thanks, already booked lessons for me and my wife.|
|19th May 2010 07:33 AM|
Ok at this time you can in club to learn and I recommand you to learn on a board like the Start L : http://www.star-board.com/2010/products/board_start.php
This board will give the stability that you need.
All the best and welcome to the Windsurf family
|19th May 2010 06:45 AM|
|bear||I want to learn, don't have anything yet...|
|19th May 2010 06:27 AM|
First what you would like to do :
- Learn windsurf?
- Which sails you have?
More easy to answer you if you give us a direction, thanks
All the best
|19th May 2010 03:02 AM|
What board will keep 300 lb sailor afloat?
I am over 300 lb. Just wondering what board will hold me to sail in light winds?