I didn't get that what you mean here. There is only cavitation if you try to pull the foil out of the water instead of driving it in a curve out of the water (so actually just like a jump on a TT). What does that have to do with the kite?
I totally agreeRegis-de-giens wrote: ↑Sun Jul 14, 2019 1:34 pmI would just add on personnal comment if you feel you will touch the water and want to avoid it: start moving the kite and let you fall down in the harness , your ass upwind of the board (CoG not aligned with the mast, like a kind of reverse movement of waterstart) : when you start falling like this ( upstream the foil), there is no weight on the board anymore, so it stays above the water, and then the kite will lift you up again like the end of a waterstart . Not perfect but can save a little touch-down.
for sure, it's easier with my duotone rebel 12m than with dice 6m but still possible but really more technical and physicalMossy 757 wrote: The foil part is really easy if you land smoothly and softly with proper kite control. In the times when I time my landing correct with the kite, I've been able to foil away. When I blow it with the kite, the foil is impossible to save. I think this is one you can actually get good at while practicing with a twin tip since it's more about flying the kite, in my humble opinion.
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