|8th December 2009, 09:14 AM||#1|
Planing when there are no whitecaps?
How come I see guys in the magazines planing when there are no whitecaps, and they aren't even on big boards or big sails?
a) They are anorexic and weigh about 20kg?
b) New sails and boards are better than my 5-8 year old sails? (surely not!)
c) the photographer has cunningly kept the breakwater out of shot and it is actually 20 knots?
I saw one photo and it said the wind was 4 knots and he was using a sail like 5.6m or something and he was shredding massive waves. How would you even sail out there let alone get cranking fast enough to catch a wave... am I missing something or is it just because Im Australian?
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