The biggest apparent difference which is easiest to spot is the new tail cut-out configuration. The first cut-out starts much further forward and the curve of the cut-outs increases towards the tail. The tail is re-designed for a more even water flow around the fin in order to provide steady fin pressure for permanent power and top speed. The thicker tail with the slightly reduced V provides the extra lift and power in light winds. The V in the front adds curve to the rail line and prevents the nose from catching in straight lines and gybes.
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