|14th July 2012 04:54 PM|
|kapten k||THats sucks.. will keep a lookout here in the south of sweden...|
|10th July 2012 09:02 AM|
|Unregistered||Serial number of the 167 wide: 1100144|
|4th July 2012 01:27 PM|
Shit. So sorry for you, really.
And it is the second time in few weeks that I read about a big windsurf robbery in Scandinavia, and I'm so surprised, because I travelled all across Denmark and once up on the west coast of Sweden in the last three years, with stuff inside car but board over the roof without any locking or safety device, always thinking to be in the safer place of Europe.
The first robbery (read on HSM forum) was pheraphs mainly about the pricy car, but your it is clearly made by a windsurfer or someone expert about the value of windsurfing equipment...
BTW serial numbers at least of boards would be helpful, I keep an excel file with all s.n. right for the case of a board stolen. And now there are codes also on masts and sails.
|4th July 2012 08:05 AM|
Stolen Windsurf Equipment
On my way to the Nordic Championships all my boards and rigs got stolen from the roof of my car in the night between 2nd and 3rd of July. It all happened near Stockholm, Sweden.
The police says that the gear could easily appear other places in Europe so I just ask you all to keep your eyes open:
Starboard Formula 167 Wide (Kovalski footstraps, no chicken straps)
Starboard iSonic 127
Packed in an OLD Fanatic Triple bag
TR8 XT 12,0 & 11,0
SRS Carbon Race 550, 520x2, 460
MauiSails carbon Booms: 3x Carbon race 230-290, 1x Carbon Race 190-240
Booms and sails packed in Mauisails bags together with two helmets and two pairs of roller ski poles