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Safety First: The FAQs
Safety First:. The FAQs. Adapted by Marc Lefebvre from .... A loop to place over your harness hook to prevent the PFD from annoyingly riding up your body in ...
Your Sail Quiver: Playing the percentages
Very often boardheads, like you and I, have overlaps or gaps in our sail quiver which cause us to either spend too much money on unneeded sails or not ...
Cape Cod Windsurfing Guide
Welcome! to the Cape Cod Windsurfing Guide. This guide is intended to make your planning and stay more ... Yesterdays Conditions: Massachusetts Wind Graphs. ...
Safety First: The FAQs
US Coast Guard certification appears on a tag sewed to the PFD. State laws requiring windsurfers to wear PFDs usually specify that the devices must be ...
Safety First: The FAQs
Don't sail to exhaustion; always reserve the strength for a self-rescue. .... or if attempting self-rescue, "Will you watch me 'till I get in? .... If the mast has broken above where the booms attach, completely derig the sail. ...
iWave Solutions: Working at the Speed of Light
Leading system integrator, and custom software developer for public, private, and government clients.
Acient Chinese Birth Chart
Here is a copy of the "Ancient Chinese Birth Chart". ... was conceived with the age of the mother at conception, the sex of the child can be determined. ...
Wave Riding: Sitting on top of the world
Wave Riding:. Sitting on top of the world. by: Dean Karnazes. Wave sailing is the ultimate windsurfing experience. It is an opportunity to magically fuse ...
Your Sail Quiver: Playing the percentages
First you must decide how many sails, what sail sizes you wish to cover, and your main sail which to build your quiver around. ...
Marc Lefebvre's Home Page (US-775)
... or if you just want to shoot the breeze, please send e-mail to me at: lefebvre@iWaveSolutions.com I look forward to hearing from you. ...
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