My clinker

Postby Alastair » Thu Jan 28, 2016 4:27 pm

Hey guys/girls,

Not too sure on the year of the hull, but its an old (late 70's early 80's) Lewis clinker i think.

These old clinkers are the perfect beginner boat, with a big enough wake to W2W and do some arials on, (bigger arials once you start playing with double ups) if you can pick up one of these i wouldn't hesitate on suggesting you take it and run. The best thing i have found about taking my nephew and even my older brother behind this is the wake isn't intimidating, which i personally think holds people back (going straight onto a big wakesetter/nautique wake).

Just thought i would share a few pics for the guys/girls looking to get into the sport and not sure what is out there in the sub 10K mark that is going to give you more than a barefoot wash.

the only ballast in it in these pics is a driver (95kg), observer (40kg ringing wet) and my brother in the back (about 85kg) with me on the board back (98kg) pulling on the tower.
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