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January 21, 2013


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It was nice to finally meet you on Saturday !! Good that the wind picked back up for you guys.


You are more than welcome! Watertime is everything.
More 45 degree January sailing days please.


YOWZA. Jeff have any more pictures anywhere?

looked to double down w a North shore sesh after getting humbled at the Ocean..Nice venue, wind a little sketchy that day but worth checking out for future reference. Lookin fwd to hooking up w the group again.
fyi: to add a little humour to your forgotten sail comment, I left my DRYSUIT at home on fri but had a backup wetsuit thank goodness. with a new PFD adding core warmth, and warm air, survived just fine..I was pining for a van but it's all good!

Great poast!

Not to rub in your guilt trip but as a former owner of a full-sized windsurfing van, not having that 4.7, is well ... you put it perfectly yourself, lol.

That yellow JP(?) no-noses is flat out sexy for a piece of foam and fiberglass.

My name is Vic and I'm new to sailing this area. I windsurfer 30 years ago and now I'm back in. Where do I buy and sell used gear online that reaches locals? I have a mistral energy board I want to trade or sell cheap. Thanks

Hi Vic,

Join the Yahoo Long Island Windsurfers Group (a bulletin board) to reach the bulk of LI windsurfers. Also note: Hampton Watersports holds swap meets every May and September. You can find links to both in the right hand column under "Long Island Windsurfing links".

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