Thursday, March 19, 2009

light wind Lanes

Well, I posted something else this morning, but then I took a bunch of pics this afternoon, so that original post is going to be... post-poned.

Surfers in the water at Hookipa, for the second consecutive day, the windsurfers had to go light wind wave sailing at Lanes. As you will see, not too bad at all.
At the end, someone sailed Hookipa too (I assume the surfers number went under 10).

Can't be bothered to select the main page deservers (dinner is calling), I'll put all the worthy shots in a slideshow. I'll let you guys do the selection... let me know.



Ok, I had to pull one out. This is Eyal on a longboard that shows that he's not scared of getting close to a whale...

7 comments:

mystery bob said...

Absolutely lovely series of shots. I enjoyed your identifications Giampaolo. You know who is out there. Your life in IT and computers was long ago in another time.

cammar said...

Thanks Bob.
Yes, I don't even know what IT stands for anymore... maybe it's short for Italy! :)

jan said...

glenn's new sail looks like an old naish sails boxer in the upper boom area.

cammar said...

I noticed a resemblance too.
Foot is quite different though.
Supposingly it's a very light sail. Don't know if lighter than a superfreak UL. If it is, I can't wait to try it.
Weight has recently become the most important feature of a sail for me...

Anonymous said...

Re. your comment "weight has become the most important feature for me". That makes me top of your hit list - at last :-)

Znne

meesh said...

A new meaning to the term "whale rider"!

Cookie said...

Thanks for that great pic!