The Hybrid is going to be much different than that Peak and be significantly less powerful. You can backstall the Hybrid for solo landing but it will not land like the Peak. The Peak is pretty easy to solo land because it just collapses while the Hybrid and its "beach ball" shape isn't going to just sit there. Plus with the description that you gave of your launchsite I foresee issues with bridle catching on rocks and causing more problems. Your best bet would be to launch off the beach but land it in the water instead.Bladebarry wrote: ↑Mon Jan 22, 2024 6:59 pmwhy you say that, maybe it didn't backstall totally, it wants always relaunching. I would like a quite kite, super stable, relaunch, not heavy. Two years a go I had peak 13 super kite, but relaunch in deep water was very difficult, never successful in two years. The hybrid I think is the best for overall
You might have better luck getting info on the 11.5m on the Facebook group. I personally haven't heard of anyone using that size and remember. I HIGHLY recommend you fly some size of Hybrid before you buy one. It's not really gonna be what you expect.