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Old 27th November 2006, 01:55 PM   #1
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Default Carve 122 and Severne sails

Hi all,

I'm an intermediate/advanced windsurfer looking for a rig for a Carve 122. I would like a single sail that covers most of my needs, which are:

50% on flat water (lake), 50% in small waves (sea bay), usually in moderate winds (6-12 m/s) . Mostly freeride blasting and jibes, eventually some simple freestyle tricks. I'm 82 kgs, can waterstart and jibe fairly well.

I've been looking at the Severne Gator and the NCX (probably 7,0m2). I understood that the Gator's construction is more solid (100% x-ply) than that of the NCX, and the boom length is slightly shorter. What other differences are there between the Gator and the NCX? Anything significant?

Any other suggestions in the Severne range / in other brands, to complement the Carve 122?

Regards,
Thomas
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