Amazing day of Kitewing skiing on Lake Winnipesaukee on March 3, 2018 with Martin, Rudy, Pat, Greg, Laura, Rick and Ted. The new 4.6 Kitewing was fast in the steady northeast wind on long tacks from Steamboat Island to Rattlesnake Island and all the way to Wolfeboro Bay for 113 miles of cruising on spring corn snow conditions. The 4.6 is an apparent wind machine; once you get going in a gust you keep going fast through the light air for miles. If you stop and you think you are fully powered, so it should be easy to get going again, well think again because that wind was mostly apparent. The high aspect sail was cruising faster than the 5.5 Kitewings all day in the 15-25 mph wind. A full 8 hours of sailing, from 10 am to 6 pm. Oh my, another best day ever! E.M.D. (Eat My Dust) by Hot Flannel
Kitewing Sailing on Lake Winnipesaukee with Martin, Rudy, and Tod. We launched from Ellacoya State Park and sailed around Welch Island into the Broads to Cow Island and over to Gilford Bay. The ice was very smooth after the heavy rain on Friday and the wind was howling as we sailed our 3.0, 4.0 and 4.6 Kitewings. Incredible conditions made for a super fun tour around the big lake. Another one of the best days ever, again. Long Day by Tricky Britches. GoPro video by Eric Morse.
Beautiful black ice Kitewing sailing on Lake Winnipesaukee on New Year’s Eve with Martin, Ted and Tim. GoPro Video by Eric Morse. Sail Away by Idol Hands.