And here's the best picture I have of the first sail, coming in for a landing...First real live Aero customer review in SoCal:
I “sailed” in no wind and rain on Saturday, but had a decent breeze on Sunday.
I have no regrets. The boat is fantastic. The light weight, easy rigging, great controls are all perfect.
I’m looking forward to many happy sailing days.
- Jim M.
Disappointing to hear this, I looked at one at Sail Melb, pretty wow, but ultimately, someone has to sell them.Yeah but for RS, UK is home turf, so of course they are probably going to get great service.
In my case our shed is looking to replace 3 Lasers and 1 Spiral. So they are doing themselves out of a potential sale of 4 hulls and 2 extra rigs (aprox $45k) while they faff around not announcing tests days. We need to be able to say specifically how much money we need and what we are purchasing before we start raising money to satisfy legal criteria.
At this point in time, as much as I want us to have light, self draining boats that stack easily, its a case of the devil you know ie Spirals.
Of course we might test sail and say "Aero, hell no!", but until we've sailed it............
Unpacked my actual boat yesterday and its all very well presented - takes a few hours to run all the lines and the blocks though.