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Re: Building/modifying sailing kayak?

A friend recently turned me on to this:

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Our kayak & canoe sails have an efficient air foil shape to provide the maximum kayak sailing potential on all angles of attack. No other compact kayak sail has the same level of up wind capability.

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Echoes of the Eskampaba - 2013

on Vimeo "86177007"

We are a regular couple with full time jobs that keep us far away from the water and the wilderness that we always long for. We have no special training, we are not athletes and we are not seeking any records. We just enjoy being together in nature...

Welcome aboard the U-Boat, our Long Haul Mark II Commando folding kayak, for a 86 minute long paddling and sailing journey through the beautiful Everglades National Park. We'll put in Everglades City and take out in Flamingo. Grab the popcorn...
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Echoes of the Eskampaba - 2013

on Vimeo "86177007"

We are a regular couple with full time jobs that keep us far away from the water and the wilderness that we always long for. We have no special training, we are not athletes and we are not seeking any records. We just enjoy being together in nature...

Welcome aboard the U-Boat, our Long Haul Mark II Commando folding kayak, for a 86 minute long paddling and sailing journey through the beautiful Everglades National Park. We'll put in Everglades City and take out in Flamingo. Grab the popcorn...
Not much sailing because of sudden, quite unexpected shifting winds and a very rough terrain for a Hypalon hull, but a funny video diary of our most recent trip to East Greenland...

On Vimeo "111537516"

"Bluie East Two - 2014" is a 151 minute long video diary filmed on our paddling journey on the magical east coast of Greenland.

Although you will continue to relax in the comfort of your favorite couch, this rather long video diary will bring you to each and every step of the endeavor, from the planning stage, to the post-scriptum. You'll be able to share the pain and the joy of the two nomads, their silly bad acting and the victories of solid team work.

This video diary is also a humble tribute to the Esprit de Corps, team work and, above all, to all the men and women in uniform.

Are you ready? Welcome aboard the "U-Boat", a Long Haul Mark II Commando tandem kayak!

Please, sing along, because the two nomads sure need a lot of help singing...

(completed and published on Veterans Day 2014)
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