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Wind Gradient


As the wind passes across the surface of the water (or indeed land) the wind that is lower down is slowed down because of friction. This results in higher wind speeds at greater altitudes than at surface level. You may have experienced this phenomenon if you have been on a high bridge or mountain. We change the twist in our sails to take account of this gradient.

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