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What is this please?

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Forum Name: Beginner questions
Forum Discription: Advice for those who are new to sailing
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Topic: What is this please?
Posted By: Maverick777
Subject: What is this please?
Date Posted: 09 Jun 18 at 4:55pm



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Posted By: Maverick777
Date Posted: 09 Jun 18 at 4:56pm
What is this please? found it washed up on beach. Thanks


Posted By: MerlinMags
Date Posted: 09 Jun 18 at 6:01pm
It might be the flexible joint which connects the bottom of a windsurfer mast to the board?


Posted By: Maverick777
Date Posted: 09 Jun 18 at 7:02pm
cheers


Posted By: zippyRN
Date Posted: 09 Jun 18 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by MerlinMags

It might be the flexible joint which connects the bottom of a windsurfer mast to the board?

 that's my immediate thought  as well 


Posted By: Rupert
Date Posted: 10 Jun 18 at 7:56am
I wonder what happened to the rest of the board and the rider?!

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Firefly 2324, Lightning 130, Puffin 229, Minisail 3446


Posted By: Sam.Spoons
Date Posted: 10 Jun 18 at 8:05am
Yes, it is definitely a windsurfer UJ setup. Standard North type mast foot pin and a base for a finbox type mast track.

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Spice 346 "Flat Broke"
Blaze 671 "supersonic soap dish"


Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 10 Jun 18 at 2:43pm
Let's hope it was just left behind whilst packing away


Posted By: Maverick777
Date Posted: 11 Jun 18 at 6:58am
Thanks for your reply’s.


Posted By: piglet
Date Posted: 11 Jun 18 at 11:39am
They are expensive, put it on eBay.


Posted By: BoredatWork925
Date Posted: 18 Oct 18 at 8:20am
Originally posted by 423zero

Let's hope it was just left behind whilst packing away
Sadly they're small and easy to leave behind. It wouldn't be from a windsurfer in trouble, because they're a bugger to get off the board even when de-rigging normally on the beach.



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