Monthly Archives: April 2009

Finally on the water

A lot of stuff going on down the club today. I got down the club early to get my new foils fitted and this took a whole lot more faffing than intended but I got there in the end. While … Continue reading

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Ship shape and Bristol fashion

Well, almost anyway… The last two weeks have been pretty busy for me with getting my new foil tooling up and running and I’ve just finished putting the last coat of gloss on my new set of Ninja foils. With … Continue reading

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Hayling and Beyond

After my manic CnC mission on Friday I wasn’t expecting much out of this weekend other than to enjoy the sunshine and get some more hours in on the Ninja.A great turnout of 22 boats made the trip to Hayling … Continue reading

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A Weekend Under The Influence

Any weekend that starts at 5.45am with a can of red bull doesn’t usually end well. The fact that 4 hours earlier I was packing my foil moulds into my car in Nottingham makes this one even more unusual! I’m … Continue reading

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Rise of the Ninja – part 2

Good 15-20 knot breeze on at BCYC yesterday allowing me another chance to get the Ninja sea trials underway. After taking her home on Wednesday to sort some bits and pieces out I was keen to get back out and … Continue reading

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Rise of the Ninja

Finally got out for a brief sail in the Ninja today in a sunny but light 6-8 knot breeze. Felt like everything a good Moth should be especially in what should be her ideal conditions. Very quick to foil, fast … Continue reading

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