I've been an enthusiatic outback angler and recently felt in love with the TI. I couldn't stand this and now a yellow one is may second frigate. Yesterday my son and me had the virgin trip on a sheltered bay of the Baltic Sea. It was a sunny day with nice winds, 2°C air and 5°C water temperature. We enjoyed the trip very much; TI sailing is really easy going!
While having read this forum I have learned that some of you had complaints on the rudder function. So we also had. It was pretty hard to steer and at the end of the trip it was impossible to lift it up from onboard, though this was possible onshore before the trip.
Hence my question is whether this might have been related to the relatively cold conditions. I'm very keen to use the TI during those usual winter conditions in Northeast Germany to hunt pikes, pikeperch and perch - it's the bet season at all for doing so in our region. Have you got any advice to improve the rudder performance?