Product added to the cart

TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

You already added this product to basket
only one is avalable

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

29th June 2015

The Meanline Fins open was the race this weekend at Kanaha beach park for the third of the Maui Race Series. The winds kicked in to about 20 knots with most sailors changing down from the previous event to there 6m and 7m sails.

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

The age group racers were the first to be run with phil McGain dominating again in the Mens 50-59 scoring all bullets ahead of Mike Yasak and Geoff Pease in third. McGain has awesome board speed and sailed consistent off the starts to take control of each heat by the first buoy.

The womens heats were hotly contested by Tamara Bockius and the Japanese racers Mai Mitsuishi, Yuki Sunaga and Chizuko Takano. Tamara and Mai had equal points but Mai won with the a better discard.

Todd Macfarlane put together some solid heats to finish second in the Mens 60 and over division, while Sailor Bockius once again proved she's the one to beat in the Juniors winning all of the four heats.

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

In the afternoon the skill divisions got underway in 15-20 knot trade winds. Tom Peterson fresh off the plane would put together some good heats to finish second in the expert division.

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

Phil McGain in the pro divsion put down his stamp by winning the first heat and placing second in the next heat. Heat 3 proved to be a blunder for the majority of the fleet with only 3 competitors being finished while the rest of the fleet were DSQ for premature starts. It was all down to heat 4 to see who the winner would be. Micah Buzianis got a clean start as did McGain and they would come across the line one and two, but it was the board speed and consistency from Phil McGain that proved too much this time and he would win the pro division ahead of a stacked field.

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

Phils was quoted at the end of the day..." There was great breeze out there today and I'm happy with my speed....the sails were feeling awesome and steady in these conditions. It's always good to beat the young guys".

Photos by Madi McGain

Another Maui Race Series with perfect winds with McGain winning the Double

windsurfing online shop

find your windsurfing gear - sails - booms - masts - accessories

Board bag 255 X 70 cm

$125 USD
$120 USD

2017 Loco Pro 4.8

$592 USD
$340 USD

2018 Inspire 2.0

$215 USD
$194 USD

Carbon Slalom Boom
170 - 230

$967 USD
$730 USD

SRS Katana 100 RDM 400

$560 USD
$448 USD

MauiSails Frontend Parts

$1 USD

2018 Inspire 1.5

$205 USD
$185 USD

Carbon Wave Boom
140 - 200

$768 USD
$590 USD

SRS Carbon 55 SDM 430

$410 USD
$250 USD

Carbon boom backend pulleys

$39 USD

Looking for a deal on a 2015 or 2016 sails. up to 68% off on all 2015 sails and 55% on 2016 models.
We are excited to introduce the full MauiSails range of sails for 2018. Leading the way in performance and quality materials, the 2018 range continues to offer all windsurfers a balanced and magical windsurfing experience.
Phil McGain with his Italian friend Agostino Lalla went for a windsurfing trip between Greek Islands.
An exciting day of racing last weekend at Kanaha beach park for the annual Hawaii State Championships. Winds had kicked in early and by the time racing started around 11.30am conditions were the best there was all year.
Couple of words from Tamara Bockius after winning third event of Maui Race Series that took place at Kanaha Beach Park on July 22nd.

2018 mauisails sail range

Legend 

Side-shore wave

Ghost cs

technora wave 

mutant

4-batten wave

loco pro

freestyle

switch

bump'n'jump

scream

no-cam freeride

titan gsx

2-3 cam freerace

team race

slalom/race

MauiSails Hawaii Est.1978