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21st November 2011 09:03 AM
Roger Hi Bill,
Saolboarder has it right..... your weight, and the normal conditions (windspeed, chop height, currents,
etc.) will help us to give you a spot on answer.
That said, a 6.5 m2 would be a good step up from a 5.4 m2 rig.
Not sure you need the multicam Overdrive, but they are good sails and not to hard to rig and
At some point, when your skills develop, unless you are a really heavyweight, you will want larger sails for the GO 151. Probably a 7.5-8.0 m2 and maybe even an 8.5-9.0 m2 to take full advantage of the GO 151's early planing capabilities.
Hope this helps,
21st November 2011 07:20 AM
Sailboarder Experts will ask about your weight, your location and the typical winds at your spot before providing an answer...
21st November 2011 03:33 AM
go 151 with severne sail

i am a new windsurfer bought go 151, but beginner, i bought it with synergy 5.4 rig to start up. The question is since i would like to advance and try to plan can i use it with a 6.5 camber severne overdrive? or is something that no one will recommend. Thanks in advance.

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