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November 08, 2011


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12 foot board, battenless sail that can be rolled around the mast - I think that's what I learned windsurfing on in 1979!

Everything that was old is new again?

Simplicity is wonderful. Love it, cant wait to check it out.

heard about this from jeff at hot sails when i was in maui this past summer. they're also going to do the same thing.

Seems to me like this could be a great beginners rig too...taking the time and hassle and effort out of rigging and derigging. Gets you on the water quickly.

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