Here is a map of the sailing routes we are considering as we get closer to the Sail N Tails day of sailing and fishing! We will choose one the day before and/or the day of depending on wind directions and speeds. However we would like to ask everyone's opinions as which one you all would like to do if conditions permit it.
I recently purchased my AI from ACK, but don't have trailer to transport. Was planning to come down and meet everyone, see how they have their boats rigged, etc. Andrew at ACK suggested I post here...he said y'all may would bring one of their boats down. If not, is it still cool if I come and catch a ride? or if there is no room for crew, I can just get a chance to meet the group!
AI Crew: For future plans of places to go, meet, camping, and trip planner... please post them in "The Boat Ramp" section. *(note)* this is a members only section
Mar 29, 2013 10:53:23 GMT -6
AI Crew: If you have custom modifications and would like to share them, plesae post them in "The Garage" section.
Mar 29, 2013 10:54:53 GMT -6
jruba: Glad to see the board is back , thanks..
Apr 9, 2013 14:22:46 GMT -6
docdoug49: Hi all. I've had my AI since last summer and did mostly sheltered water with it until I got used to it. Sailing up north -- NJ, NY, Martha's Vineyard MA(which has great wind and sailing conditions). Glad to have the contacts. Need tech info. Thanks.
Apr 13, 2013 16:59:10 GMT -6
docdoug49: Has anyone built a quarterdeck like I saw on youtube? This looks really good and I would like to get info to build one. Thanks
Apr 13, 2013 17:03:29 GMT -6
offshoreweekends: Hey Daniel, Do we have an icon on the site to click for weather?
Apr 26, 2013 6:58:48 GMT -6
offshoreweekends: Sorry Daniel, just saw the link to weather.
Apr 26, 2013 7:01:31 GMT -6
ripit: anybody going fishing 4, 5 or 6th? If so where. I thinking about coming down for the long weekend. Thx
Jun 28, 2013 16:31:22 GMT -6
voodoochild: Is anyone using a a TI as a single?
Aug 28, 2013 23:18:31 GMT -6
johnw: Voodoochild: Yes, I've sailed mine solo a couple times. It's a lot of fun, but not so easy to re-trailer when you're through.
Sept 6, 2013 13:12:07 GMT -6
voodoochild: How is it peddling against current and chop solo? Thanks for the input. I fish off shore in Hawaii and
Sept 7, 2013 12:42:48 GMT -6
voodoochild: am trying to make a decision between the AI and TI.
Sept 7, 2013 12:44:12 GMT -6
Living Waters: The AI is more easy to handle solo then the TI, the TI will give you a little more room to carry things, plus an extra person. The TI is a little bit faster then the AI too. But I have sailed with AIs and TIs the major diff,. is the space
Sept 9, 2013 7:17:20 GMT -6
ewelka: Eddie is back in the picture!!! Still have my AI and just bought a TI. Ready to get out after the cold front. Any takers to go with us?
Dec 9, 2013 21:28:59 GMT -6
foggy5: I have had both the AI and TI and prefer the TI. More room and a little faster plus the addition of the extra person is great.
Feb 2, 2014 16:34:49 GMT -6
1fishtracker: Hello, I am Polo Velez, alias "1fishtracker" from New York city. I have been kayaking for almost ten years. I had Hobie kayaks for the past three years and most recently bought my first AI. I am looking forward to learn, share, etc.
Sept 29, 2014 18:19:59 GMT -6
earl: Does anyone use this board anymore? I have not seen posts in months.
Feb 10, 2015 6:30:23 GMT -6