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Goya 92 vs. Tabou Pocket 93

Posted by pushloop 
Goya 92 vs. Tabou Pocket 93
10 November '11 | 7:28pm
Dear Clone,

I've been to Medano this year when you testet the 90 litre waveboards. I was sailing the Fanatic, Starboard and Tabou afterwards - and I had exactly the same impressions before I read your test :-)
I have a look for the Goya 92 but couldn't sail it because it was rented at that time. So my question, is the Goya really better in planing than for example the Starboard? Also the shape (59.5), weight, etc. doesn't really look like this? Is the gap between Tabou and Goya in planing (get up) very big or are they close together?
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I have 88kg and I'm in Medano for about 2 months a year, so I'm looking for a good planing board that I can also sail with 4.7 in higher waves - Cabezo ;-)

Thank's a lot,
pushloop.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 14/11/2011 | 3:09pm by pushloop.
Re: Goya 92 vs. Tabou Pocket 93
19 November '11 | 4:26pm
hi,

is anyone of the boardseekers.com crew reading this forum? ;-)
would be great to get a short answer.

best regards from austria,
pushloop.
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