Michigan Windsurfing

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Hey everyone,

I am new to windsurfing and am looking for a board that is good for beginners but also can be used for quite a while (I don't want to have to buy a new board in one month because I've outgrown this one). I took a course so I know the basics and am itching to get out on the water some! :)


Looking for around 150-190 L, 60-70 cm wide with a dagger board.Used is OK! Of course if you think a board would be good for me you probably know more than me so let me know! (Just going off a book I am reading)


If anyone has any suggestions or offers they would be greatly appreciated! :) Thanks!




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I got one! :) I now own a Starboard Start '04.

Good decision. Even if you just use it for the first year and then flip it, You will get way more accomplished on this board than one of those old longboards. Now you need to take it to a local sailing spot like Stoney Creek or Cass lake and talk to other local sailers and learn, learn, learn.



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