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Unregistered 9th March 2008 05:07 AM

LBWS.com.au
 
Check out LBWS.com.au if you are into longboard windsurfing. The site has just been redesigned and has a range of new content.

Unregistered 13th March 2008 12:07 PM

lbws
 
Nice site, well done. A site dedicated to longboards should be good for the sport.

James 14th March 2008 07:32 AM

They've got a bunch of pictures of the Phantom 380 and a link to a Finnish site with pictures of the 9.5 raceboard sail that starboard is developing. That's pretty cool.

Jimbo3 14th March 2008 08:00 PM

I found myself spending a while reading through all the information. Nothin like it in the net. cool.

Unregistered 15th March 2008 10:29 PM

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Originally Posted by James (Post 19831)
pictures of the 9.5 raceboard sail that starboard is developing..

Looks awfully loose leeched, but I'm sure they know what they're doing :-)

Unregistered 16th March 2008 03:00 PM

A good site to remember how much fun longboards used to be. I look forward to watching the progress of longboards now companies like Starboard and Exocet are starting up production again. I love the article on the Olympics...

Dave H

Unregistered 20th March 2008 05:49 AM

Interesting info on the old Windsurfer onedesign.

Apart from Australian where there is still a comp., Who else is still sailing the old board? Is there any racing going on?

Good site, well done from a shortboarder.

Unregistered 21st March 2008 07:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 19831)
They've got a bunch of pictures of the Phantom 380 and a link to a Finnish site with pictures of the 9.5 raceboard sail that starboard is developing. That's pretty cool.

The sail has a funny shape - this might mean tech for raceboards might actually be moving forwards.

Why haven't Starboard mentioned this sail - is anyone ment to know about it?

Come on Starboard cough up the details!


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