RE: iSonic Questions
Thanks too much for your answer.
Im 80kg sailor. I forgot this data.
In my actual board, tack is possible but hard for its 57cm width, and yes, i put one foot just in front (very close) to tack. In this board i need to step over a centerline allways.
In the 120 ISonic tack would be like in a Shorter FW board? Jumping tack to tack, isnt it? but more close to centerline.
But if wind went down, how to uphaul if i cant step forward the mast?
What is the ideal sail size for 80kg/IS120?
I know my questions sounds atipic, but i need to know if i can survive and return if the wind fails when im more than one mile off shore ;-)
Another option is to take a 122 Carve, but maybe i will need to much consistent wind and loss planning in hulls.
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