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Bic Beach Windsurf Board 175 Dagger Blem

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Specs

Material: Polyethylene
Straps: 0
Fin Box: Deep Tuttle Box, 30 cm
Dagger System: Yes, 60 cm
Sail Range: 2.5-6.5
Recommended Use: All Around, Flat Water, Entry Level
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bic Beach Windsurf Board 175 Dagger Blem

The right balance : stable and fun

The Beach 175D is a more compact board, and is suited to lighter-weight beginners. It glides well in light winds while maintaining good manoeuvrability. It is fitted with a retractable daggerboard and with carry handles at the front, side and rear, which help to carry the board in and out of the water and are very useful for handling it in the water during the learning sessions. It is a very solid board, and with its particular volume and its EVA-foam pad covered deck, it is particularly apt for both sailing schools and windsurf-enthusiast families on their holidays.

This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performance

Key Features of the Bic Beach Windsurf Board 175D:
  • Length : 285cm
  • Width : 78cm
  • Volume : 175ltrs
  • Weight : 14.9kg
  • Fin : Beach WA30
  • Ideal sail (m²) : 2.5 - 6.5
  • Program : Beginner
  • Technology : Twin Sheet PE
  • Does not include footstraps

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I run a summer camp and this size is just right for my campers
Robert K on Jul 11, 2014
Does this have a back fin?
A shopper on Sep 20, 2014
Best Answer: With Bic Beach Windsurf Board 175 Dagger, there is a middle of the board daggerboard in addition to the rear fin. All boards for use in water use a rear fin for directional stability. Thanks!
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how dose this compare to 10'6" ACE-TEC SUP Wind?
Joey R on May 8, 2014
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