Originally Posted by Cumminsman76
The Seawinds sails great. The double masted scooner gets blown over easier so you have to be carful with wind. I also have a Kyosho Fairwinds that looks like a 40 foot cabin sailer that has a prop so if the wind stops blowing I can motor around.
The sail is a very light material. Some of the race boats use mylar sails not much thicker than paper.
Ah, makes sense.
So whattaya do if you get it out to the middle of the lake and the wind stops blowing?
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