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Re: Is foilboarding the future?

Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:25 am
by Mako
Bille wrote:
Anabatic_co_nz wrote: ...

TT's Foils and Course boards all in one race.
That is the future.
Handycapped ?
Why not? If you look at every form of racing from yacht to motorcycles to horse racing, just level the playing field via a handicap system then, the trick will be picking the most appropriate equipment for the conditions.

And best of all an "Open Class" format doesn't need to be IKA / ISAF etc... just get some mates together and race! If you feel you NEED rules then ask your local yacht/windsurfing/catamaran club etc... if you can join in to their racing.

Re: Is foilboarding the future?

Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:14 am
by coleman
anybody have any experience with this foilboard. its a carrafino from 2009 i think?

Re: Is foilboarding the future?

Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:40 am
by L0KI
I do.

Re: Is foilboarding the future?

Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:42 am
by tautologies
coleman wrote:anybody have any experience with this foilboard. its a carrafino from 2009 i think?
I cannot see the pic, but I had a few of the carafino boards. Works well. I think it really depends on the board as I think production was not always consistent. If you have the low AR wing it is super easy to learn on.