(machine translated in 2023) Highest water in 31 years predicted, already 3 days NW wind with a storm 10 to 11 on the wadden sea for this day. On the grevelingendam it started quietly. It said NW when Levon and I arrived around 11:15. But before we were out of the car there was a shower, thicker gusts and then nothing more. Wind away, turned to almost all the North. After 2 more showers and no wind in between, the wind turned back to NW and the wind remained better, with very strong gusts in the showers. And it was Cold, we started with 8.5 degrees, but when we stopped at 15:00 it was only 6. And that with 6 to 7 Bft is very cold. But fortunately a lot of wind so chance to compare the F2 Style with the JP Wave.


Present: Levon

12:00 2 hour Wind: N/NW 12/35 kts
Board: F2 Style 245 - Select Wave Warrior 22cm
Sail: North Voodoo 4.2 - North Gold(a) 400cm - North X-Composite M
  (machine translated in 2023) My X6 was still defective, so only used the X-Composite with 10cm too much length. Not ideal, but it works. F2 is doing well, only the rear foot strap was very bad so replaced with a JP that I still had lying around. The F2 plans early, and yet control. Just wonder ok I can also sail slowly in hard gusts as I can with the JP Wave
14:00 1 hour Wind: NW 20/35 kts
Board: JP Wave 255 - MFC Goya Wave 21cm
Sail: North Voodoo 4.2 - North Gold(a) 400cm - North X-Composite M
  (machine translated in 2023) To compare the Style with the JP, I also grabbed this one. Ok now with the X-Composite due to faulty X6. The Jp ran well, but I notice the same difference between the Style and the JP Wave as between the Naish Hybrid and the JP FSW. The Style works super with little durk in the sail, where the JP Wave only works super with a lot of pressure. Planting is much better with the Style.