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  • OK, for the last 16 years, I've been occasionally sailing my H18 on Southwest Missouri lakes. Some years sailing a couple of times per month, and others sailing only 2 or 3 times. Due to the size and geography of these lakes, it is more common to have laid-back days than ripping rides, and not uncommon to get dumped on the lake with no wind whatsoever. Hull flying conditions were rare and usually accompanied by a storm rolling in.
    I spent last summer on Lake Superior. I flew a hull a lot more than occasionally.
  • Sounds like a good venue for a Nacra 6.0 or spend a lot more of the sailing season on Lake Superior with the H18.


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  • Hi Adam,
    I'm not sure what the question is?

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  • The h18 needs some reasonable wind to light it up.

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  • Buy a van and a bunch of camping gear. Change the bearings on your trailer. Follow the sun.

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