Sailworks 7.0/Starboard 170

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Sailworks 7.0/Starboard 170

Postby Patrick McEwen » Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:01 pm

A nice hour and a half session at Sand Hollow to get the forarms and vestibular organs dialed in for the season. On plane a lot. Water finally starting to warm up. Looking forward to the really high winds here soon. Nobody sails down here... just a half dozen jet skis. Close on the house next week and it has Casita for air bnb for the wind hungry.
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Re: Sailworks 7.0/Starboard 170

Postby rob smith » Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:14 pm

Patrick,
Whats the scoop on launching and rigging area there. May come this weekend with a 140 board and 5-8 m sail.
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Re: Sailworks 7.0/Starboard 170

Postby Patrick McEwen » Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:18 pm

Rob,
There are two best launches.... one is from the beach concession area, and the other is from the ramp south of dive shop.
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