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Speed sailing primer.

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Created by sailquik > 9 months ago, 8 Jan 2016
sailquik
VIC, 3998 posts
8 Jan 2016 9:21AM
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Had a bit of a chuckle at his assessment that he was a bit of a light weight guy for speed sailing at 80KG!

But otherwise this is an excellent description of speed sailing. And I'd love to have something like the West Kirby marine lake to sail in. Without the almost sub zero temperatures of course!

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ka43
NSW, 2717 posts
8 Jan 2016 10:49AM
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Good read daffy!!

Windxtasy
WA, 3807 posts
8 Jan 2016 9:03AM
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I am impressed by how wonderfully observant this guy is.
In all my years of speedsailing I have never analysed what is happening so closely.
I guess that explains why I am not very fast.

Haggar
QLD, 1584 posts
8 Jan 2016 3:32PM
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great article thanks for sharing

Adriano
8819 posts
8 Jan 2016 3:25PM
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Nice one. Enjoyed that. Thanks Daffy. I recall a similar experience when I got into speed sailing in 2008/9. Big Sunday 2009 was particularly formative for me.

sailquik
VIC, 3998 posts
8 Jan 2016 9:16PM
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Adriano said..
Nice one. Enjoyed that. Thanks Daffy. I recall a similar experience when I got into speed sailing in 2008/9. Big Sunday 2009 was particularly formative for me.


That was definitely being thrown in at the deep end Ado. No comparison really!



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