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Kit Guide

Blog articles on recommendations and suggestions on purchasing and using the Rooster water sports kit.

What have Molecular Forces got to do with Water Sports?

By Steve Cockerill 30th September 2020

Have you ever wondered why water sticks to Spandex and not Polypropylene? For the real techie explanation read on: When an oxygen atom combines with two hydrogen atoms to produce a molecule of water (H20) it pinches the single electrons from each of the hydrogen atoms - a process called covalent bonding which is very strong. You could think of the oxygen atom as having 8 'electron' places set for dinner and there are 2 spaces free and the two hydrogen electrons are just desperate to join the party. Unfortunately the two single hydrogen nuclei are now left without an...

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...

By Steve Cockerill 2nd October 2020

Aero Main Halyard Tips

Here is a neat little trick to make your Aero Halyard work a little more smoothly. Take 1m of Rooster...

By Steve Cockerill 2nd October 2020

Understanding Buoyancy Aids - Which Buoyancy Aid to Buy?

Rooster is one of the biggest Buoyancy Aid designers and manufacturers in Europe and has a vast amount of sailing...

By Steve Cockerill 2nd October 2020

Tell Tales or Tails?

I am keen that you start telling tales that Rooster now has a Teflon® impregnated wool tell tails set that enables...

By Steve Cockerill 2nd October 2020