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Old 31st May 2007, 09:30 PM   #1
Randy
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Default Serenity Q

Has anyone tried sailing the Serenity standing in front ofthe sail, pushing against the leeward side of the boom. In this stance you back is facing your forward direction. Its strange, but in light winds (say 5 mph) it seems faster and more powered than the conventional stance. I've noticed this on other longboards, but it seems rather pronounced on Serenity. I'm assuming that it has something to do with getting your weight more forward on the board, but not quite sure. (I know a Sunfish sails much quicker in light winds if you get your weight forward, for ex.)

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