I honestly didn't expect to get the RRD twin fin wet today, I wanted to give her initial breaking out in the waves, but frankly with these conditions, I couldn't resist ;)
Love these graphics
It was a day to just loosen up and shake out the cobwebs
Although only 82 ltrs, every one of them is in just the right place. She tacks great!
nothing radical, just fun powered sailing on the bay.
Slippery smooth, she planes up super quick, and easily glides thru the lulls. In fact, the quickness thru the arc of a jybe caught me off guard. She's soooo loose, and eager to come around to the other tack! It took me a couple of runs to figure her out, then after adjusting, I really began to let her run. She's a stud!! (oxymoron??? lol)
I'm soooo digging this board :)
OMG I LOVE THIS BOARD!!
Thats four months of pent up energy coming out!!
I soooo can't wait to get her out in the waves! This board is gonna help me take it to another level here on the Delmarva
The board throws alot of spray, perhaps a function of the fins being closer to the rail, and the slippery quick disposition that just wants to glide thru the turn
He was absolutely ripping today
Talk about setting the rail!
Here are some shots of my first sesh on the 109. Great shot!
Extend that front arm
ps-we scored again on Sunday. Check back for a full report.