Interceptor Posted May 27, 2009 Report Share Posted May 27, 2009 It is true. I am not man enough to sail a 16sq in the Broadwater with a spinnaker kit. I can puff out my chest and say "I done it", but would I do it again? Negative ghost rider. Don't get me wrong, it goes nicely quite deep down wind, shy reaching was hairy, and if you had race tracks where you had big down wind legs it would be nifty. The Broadwater is not the place for it. So the Spin Kit is for sale. The spinnaker is blue, but it seemed to go almost as fast down wind as Scotty's kite (which is red) so I don't think the old saying is true so far as spinnakers go. It has all the stuff you need to make it work, together with the genuine Nacra hand drawn diagram that tells you how to put it all together. I am lead to believe that a new one is in the neighbourhood of $2.5k. I will let this go for $1.25k! That is half price!! What a bargain!!! But wait there's more!!!! Buy within the next 7 days and you will have it earlier than if you put it off!!!!! How can you afford not to!!!!!! Post your email details and I will email you some photographs of Mick Guinea. Bucko Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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