Unfortunately, I am busy with other things this winter, but the wind is always on my mind. Probably, I will not be able to windsurf before the middle of March, but after that, the summer will be long! I plan to explore new foils, improve my flying jibes, and dance with the wind for as long as possible.

In the meantime, I am completing my equipment. Some new wings from Starboard have arrived, and more are on the way. I’ll stay on the boards I have now: Starboard IQ and Foil Freeride. And, of course, Loft Sails Skyscapes. The ones I bought in 2021 are in excellent condition. 9.0, 7.0, and 6.4, with three cambers, will serve their purpose well for a couple of seasons more.

In 2022, Loft Sails changed the concept of Skyscape and removed cambers. It is now more a freeride than a freerace sail, easier to handle, and more appropriate as an allrounder for foil and fin. However, I like how cambers give strength and stability to the sail, so when the time comes, I’ll think about available options.

For the season 2023, I added a small 5,2 Skyscape to my quiver. The colors are the same Loft Sails colors (orange, black or white), with some variations (more black than white). The sail looks very nice, quality made, and I’m sure it will serve me well.

If you must ask, yes, this is primarily the sail for Emina, who will use it more often than me, but I also have plans with it. It is a small sail in size that I would use only in the wind at around 40 knots before discovering a foil. But now, I think I can sail with it at no more than 15 knots, with a big front wing (probably 1700 or more). I am eager to find out how this will go!

About the Author: Adrian

Author and writer of more than fifty books, teacher, lecturer, explorer of consciousness, avid windsurfer, and lover of outdoor activities. He’ll write mostly about windsurfing on fin and foil, spot reviews, and camping equipment.
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