Friday, December 01, 2006

just a boring rainy day on the north shore... part two

This is the Honolua bay video (4 min). Enjoy.

I'm not done yet with all the stuff I shot yesterday, so stay tuned.


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5 comments:

Turn said...

Nice shots and commentary. Looking forward to seeing big blue in action.

Robin said...

Nice one again G.P. looking fwd to seeing the big blue in action. I see Jeff is stepping up the longboard ailing thing (check the Hot Forum, me Mr. Happy). Yesterday arrived at my fav. wavesailingspot, the wind had just died but nice waves. That could have been a good day for a longboard and Freak. I don't think it will be long before I'll be experimenting with one of these things! So please keep the info coming!

cammar said...

Sorry guys, I don't have any additional footage of Big Blue. Simply because I was sailing in absolute solitude (eheh...) and I'm kind of giving up with the water camer and windsurfing...
So the additional stuff I will post is about the canoe and still photos at H bay.

Robin, as Jeff says, if you just wait a little, pretty much all the major brands will come up with lonbgboards. Exocet was probably one of the first, but the more you wait, the better products will be available. If you can't wait, you can ask Wardog to ship you one of those SOS longboards now... I'm sure they work just fine...

Robin said...

Well, don't have to ask Lovedog for the sticks of Sean as (lucky us) we can get them here in the Netherlands. However the big blue and red look pretty bulky, I much more like the appearance of the Big Blue. Might be wrong here, maybe have to try one and then judge.

cammar said...

Hi Robin,
Sean has very personal and unique ideas about waterlines.
Sometimes I'm not sure either about his creations but, as you say, only the water will tell.
The only SO board I tried so far was that Rocket 92 and I liked that one (that looked good on the beach too).
Believe it or not, I think I like my newly bought 5 years old Drops Flyer 86 though.... too bad I went on the rocks at Hookipa yesterday and put a hole in it. Easy fix, I just have to wait for it to dry... it may take a while in these rainy days.