Moo Customs continues innovating in the custom board market. Together with Britain’s fastest sailor, Farrel O’shea, they are working hard to improve their speed boards.
Just as an example of the potential of the new Moo Custom speed boards, they scored awesome speeds last weekend at West Kirby. On Sunday after a wind drought over the winter and on the day before the lake is due to close for wall repairs the conditions almost delivered. It was a bit parky, not quite enough wind and from a slightly too square angle but a good days speed sailing was had by all.
Farrel scored the top speed of the day with a 45.29 knot max, using his new Moo Custom and Simmer SC Race 6.3 in 25knots of wind gusting to 30knots. Surely a very pleasing indication of speeds to come!
Farrel has put much effort into the speed situation over the last few years and is keen to push forward to the next level. One of the best parts of custom board building is the ability to listen to the customer’s requirements and Farrel knows what he wants from a board down to the last half millimetre.
More info: www.moocustom.co.uk