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#280155 - 08/07/15 09:26 AM Trapeze for a Wave  
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I was considering purchasing the single trapeze and tiller extension for my club wave. I've read mixed things about using a trap on a wave because of the size of the sail and boat. Has anyone had experience with this setup , what do you think about it ? I have not used a trapeze on one previous hobie and would like to start now.

#280156 - 08/07/15 09:38 AM Re: Trapeze for a Wave [Re: CrazyHorse]  
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Even in the high winds... hiking is all that is really needed on a Wave. The rig is pretty small. Trapeze for the Wave was originally designed as a training device for kids/crew. The rig is too far forward for comfortable single handed trapping I believe.

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