You can have one board, one type of sail...

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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by BillG » Tue Mar 17, 2020 8:13 pm

Well we've got one upstairs! (symptoms not tested, so we are all shut in unless it's windy!)

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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by TOTD » Tue Mar 17, 2020 11:46 pm

Silly question .
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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by jamz » Wed Mar 18, 2020 12:39 pm

Rhossi, Anglesey. Duotone Super Hero's. Fanatic Grip 89.

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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by martinwindsurf » Wed Mar 18, 2020 3:10 pm

Can only go with places I know so not claiming it's the best but El Medano with a 95L thruster and a quiver of NPs is my retirement plan. Or Kanaha Hawaii if I win the lottery.

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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by BTB » Wed Mar 18, 2020 3:59 pm

I think we would all have the Maui north shore as a location but sticking with the beaches I have sailed from I would pick Paloma (Tarifa). Warm, windy and plenty of variation with mainly flat water cross off winds but also exposed to Atlantic Storms so occasional big waves. It's also a lovely spot - the canaries are more consistant but ive edged it to Tarifa for the setting with golden sand and green hills (no volcanic rocks).

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Re: You can have one board, one type of sail...

Post by DaveMac » Wed Mar 18, 2020 5:04 pm

I have lead a sheltered life. Hove, with maybe a Quatro Super mini 103 and Ezzy Elites. I know there are nicer places........ but we are talking the whole package. Disregard any connection to reality and a beach house at West Wittering would be nice. Got a feeling I'm best suited to gentle south coast waves...... :D

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