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Old 29-12-11, 07:54
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Cheers Bigcat - it just arrived today. Much appreciated!

That's my afternoon sorted then!!
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North Ice 6.2 (Green / White colourway), in immaculate condition and used but fantanstic F2 Style 255 (95ltrs) still here and I need the space.

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May even take silly offers now.
Shame really as this is top notch kit that works very well.
I've seen tattier new sails which have been in and out of the bag a few times in the shop. This is in almost mint condition and teh monofilm is like new.
The board is used and has two small, properly repaired dings, which aren't through the resin in the first place. Non slip still fine, set up with 3 good original straps and the 4th one is here in brand new unused condition. Board will come with a perfect fit Maui Magic ( Windtek graphiced) bag , both zips in perfect working order. It needs a powerbox fin, the one supplied by F2 was a 27cm frestyle wave jobbie, but that is sold. It will work fine with smaller sails on a wide chord 22cm freestyle fin, or any wavey shaped one, up to about 31 cm for biggest sail, Ironically about 6.2 being the biggest sail I'd use on it. It probably is at its best in 5.0 to 5.5m weather though !

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Bump ! Because I want to get on with re-organising my garage / workspace. Plus it's been windy and I could do without the "Wanna go sailing " blues

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Hi maybe interested in windsurf gear however a bit confused over what is left. I am also a novice so need to know if the gear is suitable? (do other waters Sports so sure can pick up)
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Old 28-01-12, 18:08
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Sorry mate ! I will try to make to make the first post a bit clearer now !

All that is left is the 95ltr F2 Style freestyle / wave board and the 6.2m2 North Ice wavesail.

Right. the board is only 95 litres in volume and although I really want to sell it, it honestly isn't suitable for a novice. As you gain experience it is possible to uphaul on it, but I'm not happy to sell it to you, for your sake, unless you are confident to waterstart, every time, on both tacks in all conditions.
As a board to progress on, for a first sub100ltr board, though it's ideal. Easy to toddle about on or sail more aggresively.

The sail however is an ideal general purpose size for f3 to 4 conditions, pretty wavey in shape, and handles well with no real vices.

Dave.

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Dave,
Thanks very much for your honesty. Nice to see there are still people out there, not wanting to just make a quick buck!
Hope it sells quickly for you!
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Dave,
Thanks very much for your honesty. Nice to see there are still people out there, not wanting to just make a quick buck!
Hope it sells quickly for you!
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No worries Andy. Enjoy your sailing, stick with it. Everything which seems impossible today will just click. Time on the water is everything.

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F2 Style and 6.2m2 North Ice still here. I'm sure there are folk dusting off their kit for spring...

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hey big cat its Will I brought the minstrel board off you, how much were you looking for ,for the sail??
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