|21st April 2012, 09:19 PM||#1|
Club start up advice
I recently became the captain of my university's windsurf club and I'm looking for some advice. The club has no kit (or what little we do should be in a museum or completely inappropriate) and as an instructor myself, I thought getting some new kit would allow us at least to start to teach new members and get the awareness up. Our budget is reasonable, but if we were gonna get anything, it would have to be suited for our beginners. I love starboard, but will admit I have no clue about your beginner kit. The Start and the Rio look nice but have no idea which might be more suited for a bunch of absolute beginner students. Any other advice would also be well received.
|23rd April 2012, 12:46 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Feb 2012
for your objective i would prefer the Start against Rio. very durable and more stable. to not take any risk on your bigger students take the bigger size Start L, which is stable like standing on the ground, but can planning too easily.
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