gps-speedsurfing
Results of the day
 
1Martin van Meurs34.47
2Rolf de Ruiter32.75
3Niek de Vos31.68
4Ardie van Olst30.58
5Marco Lambers28.33
6Marco Jansen28.19
7John Overmeer27.86
8André Oost27.41

Lastige sessie. Lijkt er op dat mn vin vandaag op slipcursus was.....

Lastige sessie maar wel op dinsdagmiddag gevaren dus wat willen we nog meer :)

Vmax 60,91 km/u

Wat een lekkere sessie zeg! lekker rustig cruisen met 7.0 en de Isonic 67. Samen met Rolf het hele meer over tot aan de dijk en terug.

Heerlijk over de golven.. hier en daar een run proberen, echt genieten.

was gezellig Rolf, volgende keer weer!

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

Van 3 tot half 5 met de vdBerg en daarna nog een half uurtje met de Falcon 80. Qua snelheid niet veel verschil. Met de VDB meer controle over de chop dan met de Falcon, maar die is potentieel sneller.

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

Tegenvallende sessie op Horst. Ben gewend veel sneller te varen dan op Woerden, maar dat lukt vandaag totaal niet. De oorzaak is de chop denk ik. Ik kwam er niet overheen op snelheid. 

Ook dure sessie. Impactvest was voorzien, maar gebroken mast vlak voordat ik het water op wilde was tegenvallend. Wel; gezellig dat Raymond nog even kwam kijken en benieuwd of Erik wel over de chop kon vliegen. Volgende keer beter.

Nice session! I wanted to try big board small sail today, it's a nice combo but with this kind of chop the risk of taking off was too high because of a lack of downforce, even with the mastbase all the way to the front. so when Marco came, we decided to go for some long distance runs which was really nice!! should do that more often at strand Horst

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

@Marco....Geen harde bewijzen vandaag. Het schuifje van de SD kaart was verschoven en geen data opgeslagen Gem. 59 en max 2sec.61.78 Best lekker zo'n afterwork sessie!!

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

A nice first impression on the 6.3. Similar characteristics to the 7.0. Perfect rotation and a very locked in feel in combination with breathing body responding to the gusts. The COE sits very low. Furthermore the sail is noticably easier on the hands and that aspect was already covered big time.

Today I used the MK2 which works like a treat for me on the irregular chop in combination with a V bottom hull like the Mistral. A small tip, if you are experiencing control issues when conditions get hairy the sym speed and especially one size longer than you would normally use might be the anser. I hear many are getting a little scared because of the chop coming from multiple direction causing variations in height and distance between the waves. The symspeed is a little less direct and helps to soften the ride. I noted especially the 31 and 33 have got a built in flex character that supports in absorbing the chop.

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