P & H Company Centre Board (Front Skeg)


RRP: £135.95
NOW: £135.06 (£112.55 ex VAT)

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Sailing Skeg

The P and H Company Centre Board is fitted during the construction of a new composite sea kayak and is used in conjunction with a sail.

The 'Front skeg' is fitted towards the front of the cockpit and when deployed during upwind sailing legs can help stop leeward slipping, enabling the craft to sail closer to the wind. This is more important for shorter, more playful kayaks with bigger rockers (like the Aries) which have a shorter waterline length, but is also useful on longer boats like the Cetus.

  • Skeg box with Carbon Fibre blade.


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