2017 Starboard Phantom 377

Starboard’s Raceboard rockets, the Phantom 377 and 377 L need no introduction.

At the recent World Championships in Sopot, Poland, both the Men’s and Women’s podiums were occupied by the Phantom 377s.


Joe Foe from Buffalo says:

Who has a phantom 377 world wide? Have to wonder who an Location an what you use with it as rigs/fins with this starboard add.https://youtu.be/dI8XxR9WGnc I’m in the USA, western new york area. So far Sail with a ezzy 8.5 lion matching mast. Stock drake fin. Sail on lake Eire freash water. Upgraded from decades of use of a Mistral Equipe 2 xr.

bobby dazzler says:

I sail my phantom on Lake Ontario in west Toronto. I get out 2/3 times a week, no worries. I enjoy light wind sessions from 5-12 knots which prevail around here. An experienced sailor can rail this board in 7 knots. Super fun. Goes upwind at formula angles and gives you the confidence ro sail in more wind directions and of course lighter breezes. I predominantly rig the dedicated 9.5
Severne sail but also use a 7.6 Point 7 camless in 10 knots or more.
Mast track back, centeboard up and in back straps is a blast. The hull never catches a rail due to soft shoulders but having 10ft of carbon up front can be daunting.
The Phantom leaves any other longboard in its wake: Kona or windsups can’t compete in its wind range. While only very skilled lightweights on 8.5’s and full carbon boards will smoke you when they get planing……when…..
I love this gear and I’ve sailed everything from Formula to slalom. One proviso being my age and weight – early 50’s and 200lbs wet. Longboard sailing is much easier on your body too. Hook in, hike out and rail up in 7 knots is pretty cool. Get one.

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