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September 17, 2018


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Welcome to the club! Congrats on your flights. It really is a game changer in light winds as you said. Just the hint of a whitecap will get your blood racing. Check out Peter Hart's latest article if you haven't already seen it: https://www.windsurf.co.uk/peter-hart-masterclass-foil-tuning/ You'll relate to Nick Dempsey's quote. :)

It's good to hear people's experiences, especially given the increased chance for injury.
I'm sold. I'm healing now, but I'll be flying/crashing in the spring.

Regarding injury, waterstarting sure is interesting! LOL. I liked a comment that Andy B made, that if you have enough wind to easily waterstart you've got too big a sail for foiling. In other words foiling isnt for sailing lit. But what do I know...I did it once for a couple hours.

Sounds like a good time & you seem like you're hooked, it's good thing. ABK has some really nice new foils, can't wait to try one out.

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