Kit GuideBlog articles on recommendations and suggestions on purchasing and using the Rooster water sports kit.
Protecting Your Assets - a Buyer's Guide for Spar and Foil Bags
Breathable Bags Putting your spars and foils into a cosy bag feels like the right thing to do. But if you are not careful, what appears to be a caring thing, might also be the worst thing. After sailing on salt water, we should wash our spars down with fresh water and where possible allow them to dry out. I tend to bag mine for safe keeping in transit. However, many bags use non-breathable fabrics and foams in their construction which trap any residual moisture. Moisture encourages dissimilar metal corrosion where stainless or Monel rivets react with the aluminium of...
"Pocket-Rocket" Set Up Tricks: RS Aerocup
After unknowingly being given the nickname ‘Pocket-Rocket’, published on both the main event web page and in Yachts and Yachting,...
RS Aero Over Deck Rigging
RS Aero Over Deck Rigging POST VIDEO NOTE: Please use a separate piece of short grey line in the Rooster...
Aero Main Halyard Tips
Here is a neat little trick to make your Aero Halyard work a little more smoothly. Take 1m of Rooster...