Ice Sailing, Made Easy: Ladle+ice Skates+windsurfing Rigg

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    aejnarrsquidybit

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Stavanger, on the south west coast of Norway, -but contrary to what you may think, winters aren't especially harsh in this part of our country. These excellent ice conditions really never occurs, so I'm glad I took the opportunity that year!

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    You need a loop of cord going around both knees and tied to the bottom of the mast.. The loop around both is so it don't matter which way you are sailing.

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    aejnarrmr.incredible

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, but this worked perfectly fine without such a loop. Contrary to what I feared, the ladle-outfitted mast-bottom did not "try to get away", but stayed in position with minimal attention/effort.
    The improvement i would suggest, is to rig the sail such that the boom comes much higher up, -maybe on a mast that is normally to long for this sail, or by setting the extention to its highest position. I had to bend down a little too much.