Rising Lines

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Displacementia and home again. The sun returns and the spirit of
trim is present to welcome the dawn. Why am I drawn? Where does
my soul glide within the confines of this watery destiny? This is my destiny
as well. So it is. I was born here. I was fed here. I cried here and a part of
me has died here. I've laughed here and I've shouted here, just eager to
exist in this microcosm of few souls that converge with their fiber dolphins
to tap into the spirit again. 4 of these souls were out that day.

2 comments:

Flying said...

hey man, very poetic !
This little hull lokks really handy in a lot of conditions. Can you give more details on template, measures and all ?
Thanks, florian
flyinglongboarder.com

Le Vyusher said...

Hi Florian,

You see the same board as an earlier post, KALI 4421. The dims are all there. The template has a very parallel side to it, lengthening the rails to help out the shortness of the board. A wider tail also helps in catching waves. The hull is blended perfectly, no flat spots and there is a slight panel vee that blends into the belly at the beginning of the fin box. Rail rocker is relaxed up front and curves perfectly to flat the last third or so at the rear of the board. Belly is just forward of center and is continuous throughout the centerline. Rails are semi bladed throughout. If you'd like some better pics, I'd be glad to shoot some for you to study. Greg has refined this design from the first "Musgo" he made, which was a yellow 6'3" that Warmjet cares for. In my opinion, panel V or "variants of" are very beneficial to a hull's trimming and turning capabilities.