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    Fingers crossed the forecast holds. East winds = majanicho.

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    pleaseeee happen.
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    UPDATED Feb 2016

  2. #9
    What a bonkers forecast
    https://www.windguru.cz/49334

    Does anyone know what will translate into on the N shore? Should I be packing a 4.2? (I wasn't going too).
    http://forwards4cowards.blogspot.com/ a blog about looping

    UPDATED Feb 2016

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    Senior Member bman18's Avatar
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    Just canceled all the reservations....
    Too much money for a weird forecast. We'll take the van down to the south of Spain and see if Bolonia or Caños will work.
    Hope you'll get a couple of days of Majanicho Rod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rod View Post
    What a bonkers forecast
    https://www.windguru.cz/49334

    Does anyone know what will translate into on the N shore? Should I be packing a 4.2? (I wasn't going too).
    The first few days should be Majanicho and pretty big as well. Then the wind goes too off shore for Majanicho, you can either sail at Martillo (Hammer, high tide only), if there is enough swell at Rocky Point/Punta Elena or cross on shore at Flag Beach. Hard to say whether you will need a 4.2, can be.





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    Cheers Bouke. I'll pack the 4.2. See you tomorrow.
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    UPDATED Feb 2016

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    It was pretty good today, some pictures I took of Will Ward after I finished sailing:
    Bouke
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    Nobody's more concerned with or talks more about temperatures than the people in the Canary Islands who generally enjoy the the most enjoyable and stable weather. Kind of makes sense. Coming from Norway I always wear warmer clothes and more wind protection than anyone else.
    The infamous wavewriter

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