I wouldn't use that to compare pointing angle...the Nacra20 looks pretty badly trimmed for most of that video - the Nacra main is carrying a good deal of twist and even luffs at one point. It's possible that they were overpowered or maybe footing to try and achieve a more stable flight.
Re: Flying Phantom for sale
#278314 04/09/1511:47 AM04/09/1511:47 AM
Wow, Looks great. I've sailed there in the past as much or even more than John has- Galveston Bay.
Looks very stable- Now the real question is:
Will he put it in the GT300 in June? I'm thinking probably not, but who knows? John?
He's reportedly bringing it to this year's Florida 300 and has stated that the Texas 300 is unlikely due to weeds.
I have it on good authority that the only way to clear fouled blades is the back the boat down - on the N20FCS anyways. I was told "it doesn't really matter, when you're miles ahead, you can stop for a minute and back down to get rid of the weeds"