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Old 27th August 2010, 07:47 PM   #11
Farlo
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Hi Chris, I'm afraid you're facing the kind of dilemna which let many of us with full garages. IMHO a two boards quiver (115+85) should cover your sail range nicely. Considering that you keep the 133, then as PG said the 93 is probably the best option. Anything bigger might be cumbersome in chops with your small sails. But there will be days where 93 is just too small in lulls and 133 just too big in gusts (wind varying 14~20 Kts). Not such an horrible experience, wouldn't those days have been perfect with a 100+ L board.

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Old 29th August 2010, 02:01 AM   #12
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Chris,

We need more information about your skills, experience and typical sailing conditions to go any further with more advice.
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