Thanks for the video.
I'm an "Old Salt" I've sailed boats from 12' to 27'. I've raced and cruised catamarans back in the 70's.
Now that I'm retired I've been messing around with kayaks, but I really miss sailing.
I have the sail kit and have had poor sailing with my 2000 Hobie Mirage. The boat is very "tender". The slightest gust and I've had to release the main sheet to spill wind. Never been able to really sail.
My wife's 2007 Hobie Sport is a lot "stiffer" and I have been able to sail in in a light breeze with turbo fins. But not in any real wind.
I really thought I'd have to buy an Adventure Island to be able to really sail.
Your video gives me hope. The SPRING CREEK STABILIZERS look great.
A few questions: Does having the Spring Creek Ama hulls so far aft cause the boat to be unbalanced and fall off the wind, instead of having weather helm and heading up in a gust?
Would it be better to have the Amas farther outboard? The Adventure Island has a 9 foot beam. Your trimaran looks like it has around 4 foot beam. Your supplier has an option for a wider crossbar of 46". Yours is 30" I think. Could I go a lot wider, say to 7 foot beam? That, at 7 foot, would be close to the proportions of the adventure Island beam.
PS: Thanks for the video.
Glad you enjoyed the videos. I have set them up on both the Revo
and Adventure closer to the rear and they work great. I had the same question like yours before I mounted mine. It seems like it turns and sails better in the rear as a setup. You can get a custom aka crossbar mount length from Spring Creek. You should talk with SC and ask them what they would recommend on the Classic model. They are very helpful.