This Mk I Stunter has a fibreglass frame and a green sail. First time I'd seen one with a sail in this colour; all vintage PP Stunters I'd seen (and flown) so far had a black, blue, yellow or red sail. As we knew Roger would bring this kite, we'd come prepared, and had brought our PP Stunters. We decided to fly our blue Mk I Stunter together with Roger's green one.
The green Stunter had a bit of a mind of its own, twisting and turning a lot, making it a bit of a challenge to fly the two together properly. But before we could see if the bridle needed some tweaking, one of the bridle legs broke, so we'll have to wait a bit before we can try it out again.
And as we had them with us, there was no way we could not give our customised Mk III Stunters some air time.
No problems flying these together!
Picture credit Flying Fish flying their Mk III Stunters: Roger Backhouse.