Moderate day
Good wind predicted in the afternoon, I first had an appointment to buy a JP Ultimate Wave 94.
On arrival at the dam there was a drizzle, wind was still too south, should be more southwest, so did not come through well.
Waited a while, but rigged in the end anyhow.

JP FSW 84 with Banzai 4.7 and MUF 20/11.5cm
Low tide, so long walk, and then first meters behind the dam no wind. Further out more wind, but with this direction not the nicest waves.
Wind was minimal, a few jumps and a few back-side waveriding, but nothing special. Wind slowly decreased even further rather than increase.
Maybe a nice time to grab a board with more volume, nice chance to sail the JP Ultimate Wave 94 for the first time.

JP Ultimate Wave 94 with Banzai 4.7 and JP 15.5/10cm quad fins
Unfortunately no Slotbox center fin, so had to sail it as a quad, not my preference.
Put the footstraps closer together than standard on the board. You have to sail the board over the front foot, which in itself was do able, but for me is not yet a relaxed stance. The few waves I could ride were not a success: kicked the board in a spinout in the bottom-turn, I'm doing something wrong.
Lots of wind holes, so more and more bobbing.
Sailed until the wind was really too soft to be able to plan.

Couple of good runs, but mostly it was moderate. Certainly not yet happy with the JP Utimate Wave 94


13:30 1 hour Wind: S/SW
Board: JP Freestyle Wave 84 Pro - MUFins X-Wave 20cm/MUFins X-Tri 2x11,5cm
Sail: Goya Banzai Pro 4.7 - Goya Eightyfive Pro 400 - AL360 E3 Carbon 160-220
  Working well at first, wind near the beach was minimal, but further out mostly good, but the wind quickly decreased.
Not enough wind to get planing easily. If I could plane, I could get upwind just enough to get back the the starting point.
15:00 1.5 hour Wind: S/SW
Board: JP Ultimate Wave 94 - JP Multi-Wave 2x15,5cm/JP Side Wave 2x10cm
Sail: Goya Banzai Pro 4.7 - Goya Eightyfive Pro 400 - AL360 E3 Carbon 160-220
  First time with the JP Ultimate Wave 94. Especially in the beginning my stance was not correct. Wind was very minimal, that also did not help.
Put the footstrap closer together, that helped already. In the stronger gusts, the board ran a lot better.
But even during waveriding, I easily kicked the board into a spinout. A quad board really has to be sail over the front foot, I'm not good at that. Unfortunately I did not have a slotbox center fin yet, so the board could not yet be tested as Thruster.