Sunday, December 5, 2010

Winter Sailing Conditions In Delaware - No Problem with the Mystic Force Dry Suit

Ken Kellar and I scored a great session today at the Secret Spot. LIT 4.7 conditions on my
We hit it perfect today, lo tide was around 2.30 pm, and we sailed from around 1-4. Perfect!
WNW is sideshore here, and the ramps where excellent, although we had to sail rather conservatively due to the early sunset and cold temps.
In fact when Janis and I came out of church this morning, it was snowing here in Delaware. 
Water is still warm though, and with the sun shining, it was easily do-able. Ahhhhh :)
Ken ripping-sorry for the poor quality photo-blame it on the smart phone 

Lemme tell you this suit is pretty advanced. Today was 35 degrees farenheit and the water temp is in the upper 40's.  I wore sweats and a turtle neck underneath and I stayed warm all day (except for my fingers). I've never worn a suit that kept me entirely dry thru extreme conditions, but this suit blew me away. My shirt was a little damp, but due to my own sweat, no leakage.

If you'd like more information or are interested in purchasing one, Delmarva Board Sport Adventures has them in stock.

God Bless this great country 

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