The TIWAL Boat is quick to assemble and easily portable and easy to care for - here are a few tips that will make your TIWAL sail faster for longer ....
* The TIWAL sail battens need to be tight for sailing but loosen them afterwards, to keep the sail in good shape.
* Wash the TIWAL in fresh water after every few sails to keep the 'push in buttons' on the structure in good working order.
* Keep the TIWAL foils (centreboard and rudder) in their covers out of the sun when not sailing. And get a full UV cover if you intend to store the boat outside pumped up.
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I am a New Zealand sailor who learned to sail in the beautiful Malborough Sounds and then went onto represent NZ at the 2000 Olympics.