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Rohanoz

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About Rohanoz

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    Australian East Coast
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    A bad day sailing is still better than a good day at work.

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  1. I'm still around. Watching it all as closely as ever. Loving the dev of the foils and rigs in particular. Would have lots to contribute, but just can't stand the continual bullshit in the threads from those who wouldn't know their heads from their afts. Thanks for the thought.
  2. KY will hold the balls in place while you put the car on next time.
  3. Now you just have to convince the insurance companies that the words 'carbon mast' don't mean 'no coverage ', or 500% premium increase...
  4. Yeah probably. But the whole Nautilus 'relationship' breakdown is a good example of longer term repercussions for the end users when things don't quite work out like our esteemed leaders planned. I'd say half the countries dinghy sailors are now either wasting hours on the phone chasing quotes, or simply not bothering to reinsure due to the 200%+ increases in renewals. I suppose it was good while it lasted... i wonder if an ACCC enquiry into insurance companies would uncover much?
  5. I guess that is a likely conclusion to AS having an insurance company as a major sponsor... We (the paying members) are all winners from that relationship!
  6. Caster sugar onto 2 pack poly paint. One person rolls/brushes, the other follows closely behind and using a fine sieve liberally spread the sugar onto the wet paint. The more even, the better it looks, but make sure you put plenty on. Once the paint is dry, vacuum then hot water wash off the excess sugar (or just leave it for the ants to eat!
  7. Favourite Richo call this year was 'twist the main more' when it was completely inside out with every batten popped. I can't claim to have ever trimmed a 100fter main, and the trimmer is obviously no mug, but it looked like a bag of shit. Not sure there was much the trimmer could do however, mast looked plenty bent already and simply looked out of tune for the reef.
  8. Unfortunately, yeah. Looking forward to when we have your shots up and keeping us interested. They are hugely appreciated.
  9. https://web.archive.org/web/20190505201058/http://forums.sailinganarchy.com/index.php?/topic/156565-team-nz/
  10. Here you go, it now has a photo of them for TC to pontificate over their superiority and failures - thread established. Job done.
  11. Well, I assume if there isn't thread on SA, then the team doesn't exist!
  12. Did someone post something bad enough to get a whole thread deleted?
  13. Not doubting he was there early morning, but pretty sure Jimmy finished high school in 1997...
  14. Rohanoz

    FOILSZ

    Curious how the air-sensing wand works... Is it something that ties in with not needing a clew strap?
  15. Wow - awesome news Pil. Would say I am shocked, but that would be a lie! Call past here on your way down the coast and I'll get some updated photos of it in the river!!!
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