The windguru windspeed isn't "modified" enough, apparently, for Pranburi. What we had lately in Hua Hin - and it cannot be less strong in Pranburi - was on average a good 5 knots above the moded figures (forecasts) of Pranburi's windguru figures.chasinthewind wrote:check out the modified wind speed here, it is based on the live weather station in Pranburi, it is pretty good report of the area, BRING BIG KITES! there has never been a 30 knot day on thermal season.
Fine then. I'll lend you my 8 or 10 for the odd days.Toby wrote:talking about the 12 as my small, high wind kite...for sure 14-16-19 will be with me...
You haven't been using your 9 lately? Lots have in Hua Hin...chasinthewind wrote:I was chatting with the guy who runs the weather station there in Pranburi and he has graphs of last years wind daily that he let me look at, pretty nice info but never reached 30 knots
...but i would Expect an average of 15 - 18 knots realistic, if i had to choose one kite only it would be a 14 meter, wouldnt waste your baggage charges on a 9 meter, you wont need it!
I am avoiding the rain .Kamikuza wrote:I thought you were in Bali, Alex? I sent an email through this system but I guess it didn't get there
thx for the offer, but for that I can use the 14.alexrider wrote:Fine then. I'll lend you my 8 or 10 for the odd days.Toby wrote:talking about the 12 as my small, high wind kite...for sure 14-16-19 will be with me...
14-16-19 : quite of overlapping? You dig the sweet spot, don't you?
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