Issue 270

BOARDS February 2011
BOARDS February 2011

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FEBRUARY 2011

Covershot: Graham Ezzy by Jerome Houyvet

features

MINI TEST – THE UPHAUL CHALLENGE

While waiting for the wind to return Adrian Jones ponders the imponderable and attempts to crack one of windsurfing’s oldest chestnuts: just how small a board IS it possible to uphaul?

COCOS-NUTS

Jason Polakow gives us the idiot’s guide to the Cocos (Keeling) Islands – home to Australia’s smallest and most remote National Park, perfect waves breaking in crystal clear waters, and the world’s most beaten-up old boat…

GUYS ON TOUR – RICH PAGE

Windsurfing’s slightly taller, younger and less wealthy version of Bernie Eccleston talks with Dave White about life as PWA Tour manager…

TESTED – 4-BATTEN WAVE SAILS

Most manufacturers now have a specialist compact 4-batten sail in their line-up that claims to grant you access to the tight-carving slashy world of new school wavesailing. The big question is do you need one? Adrian Jones and his Clones investigate…

CORNWALL – THE OTHER SIDE

This month Dave White’s Home Ground series sets out to explode the myth that Cornwall only has one coast, taking in the delights of Par, Polkerris, Sibleyback, Looe, Seaton and the Tamar Estuary…

SURVIVING WINTER

With water temperatures still well below average after the big freeze, our extreme weather specialist Steve Thorp presents his top tips for surviving cold Runts (and anywhere else)…

RAIDERS OF THE LOST LAGOON

With a two-week photoshoot in Dahab almost over, Team Tushingham load up the camels and head into the desert on a quest to find a hidden gem…

HAVE YOUR SAY

Simon Bornhoft series looking at recreational windsurfers from different walks of life continues with the truly inspirational Moira Bastow, who at a sprightly 78 years of age often puts many youngsters to shame…

SPRINGTIME IN CORSICA

Thanks to the constant winds that whistle through the straits of Bonifacio, Corsica has become known for offering some of Mediterranean’s best windsurfing. Many of its best spots, however, are yet to be discovered. Gilles Calvet reports…

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NEWS

Sims o’Clock

Fuller’s Way

SB WINDWISE

WANNABE A WAVESAILOR

BAKER ACADEMY

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  1. Sigita

    We have also not received our Boards magazine. Our subscription case numbers is 1579565. Can you advice why?

  2. Duncan

    sorry to hear that sharon – our subscriptions email is boardsmagazine@servicehelpline.co.uk, but i will email you (and them) directly right now so we can get this looked in to. they may need some more details but will arrange this via email.

  3. Sharon and David Smi

    This is the second time this has happened – WHY ?

    We are not receiving our BOARDS Magazine – WHY ?

    The last issue we have is August 2010 number 264.

    We are keen students of Simon Bornholf having taken a number of his over seas clinics and like to keep up with all his news as well as all that BOARDS prints.

    We do live in Hong Kong and we have paid our fees.

    Please advise, thank you

    Sharon Smith shar3906@gmail.com

  4. Morris Dancer

    Sick cover…

    How come last months cover "Readers choice" wasnt the readers choice?

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