I pity the fool who didn't sail yesterday in the San Francisco Bay. The sun was out. The wind was 4.7 to 5.5. The tide was ebbing. The tour boats were touring. Big rolling swell steamed across the bay, begging to be sliced and diced. The set up was as ideal as it gets, to me.
The above sailor, Fares, is a pretty amazing hardcore waterman. He sails Crissy any time there is a slight breath of wind, and he's happy to be the wind dummy basically all the time. Always the first one on the water. Here he is taking his new twin fin out for the first time.
The multi-fin boards were out in force. I'm really interested to see how they do on the bay. I'm fortunate to have ridden several multi-fin boards, but my jury is still out.