|6th December 2011, 04:54 PM||#3|
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Montréal (PQ) CANADA
i enjoyed the video
was "awesome" - in the sense that i was full of awe
it was extreme and very dangerous
rocks, mast high waves and surfers in the mix
when i see this, i know i will never get there - to that level
as such, i consider myself a sailboarder and NOT a wind n wave surfer !!!
thx for sharing that one !!!
joe windsurfer @ 100 kg
2006 AHD type-F FF 160/79cm, 2002 BIC Techno Formula + 2000 Fanatic BEE 124 LTD
Gaastra Flow 3x 7.0, MS MS-2 8.0, TR4 10.0
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|7th December 2011, 03:57 PM||#4|
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Venezia, Italia
Hey Joe, me too. I won't dare to go there.
As far as I know those are the best british wavesailors.
I like the nice riding even without advanced tricks and moves, in a not so sunny and warm situation.
Impressed also by the quality of the Witchcraft board, I suppose HDD, also because going out there I think is a big danger for normal delicate boards.
Therefore imho the video shows how much more opportunities of surfing is given to a wave windsurf than a surfboard, look at the ever-swimming and ever in the middle of b^&&$ surfers. Yes, for sure I'd have crashed with the one missed for few cm/inches...
But with a sandy beach last october I've tried to somewhat (wind)surf a medium wave and was sooo exciting! I want to do/learn all the wonderful sides of our incredible sport, even with my c6-c7 little problem...
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