Windsurfing on a foil

Windsurfing on a foil Windsurf Foiling takes the sport to a new level of flying. The friction and noise of the water hitting the board is eliminated. This is our fourth year windsurf foiling. Been taking advantage of the flatter water in the Buffalo NY Harbor. The Naish foil with the 2020 longer windsurfing fuselage is more stable and easier to learn on. Also the big Naish surf wings will get you up on the foil very quickly in lighter winds. Especially for the bigger windsurfers and in light wind.

Slingshot has a nice range of foils that are easy and reasonably priced. Been foiling a lot on the 76 and 84 infinity. With the Levitator boards that have a 4 bolt plate. Wizzard has been very popular this summer! The nice soft feeling you get while foiling remind me of skiing on a perfect smooth powder day!

Ezzy foil sails are very light and have a massive wind range once you understand there true rigging range.

Starboard has fast and very stable foils that we have been testing. The 115 cm fuselage which comes with the team set is amazing for getting long stable rides. The longer Foil Mast has a great range and lots of lift for light wind days..

The Naish Hover 122 has a very adjustable track for moving the foil mast forward. Very durable board and quick to get up on a plan. Getting a larger foil board has really made a big difference for light wind. The JP Australia Hydrofoil 150 L and 135 L is a great light wind addition. The 91 cm width is very stable and helps with light wind planing. When you do foil out, the landings are nice and soft with the long Starboard fuselage.

Doug Foil Windsurfing
Doug Foil Windsurfing

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