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Kitesurfing is one of the most adrenaline filled and fastest growing watersports in the world! You’ll love it!!

A relatively new sport that first gained popularity in the late 90′s, kitesurfing is a mixture between windsurfing, surfing, wakeboarding and powerkiting. Different size kites allow you to kitesurf in various wind strengths. The lighter the wind, the bigger the kite and in stronger winds smaller kites are used. With bigger kites you can get going in as little as 10 knots, and with smaller kites you can still sail along in strong winds of 25 knots or more.

Lesson & Prices

Should I take lesson ?

Short answer: Yes!?

Lessons are extremely important. Kitesurfing is a safe sport only if you have instruction from a professionally recognised school such as us. We cannot stress highly enough how important it is to be fully competent with the safety aspects of the sport prior to becoming an independent kitesurfer. During the course we thoroughly cover all safety measures to ensure not only the safety of yourself but also those around you. You will learn the appropriate weather conditions, wind speed and direction, safety checks prior to launching, launching safely through to relaunch in the water, quick release and self rescue procedures in times of trouble and how to turn your kite into a raft/sail should the wind drop...


Equipment & Cost

What equipment do I need and how much does it cost?

We only teach on the most up to date, safest equipment from world leading brand Best Kiteboarding. You will need a kite, a control bar with lines, a board, a harness, buoyancy aid, wetsuit and a helmet. This is all provided for you during your lessons.
Once you’ve completed a course you’ll be raring to purchase your own kit! New kites can cost anything from £750 to £1200, depending on the size and brand and new boards typically cost anything from £400 to £650. However, well established specialist retailers often have beginner packages from around £1200 which includes a kite, bar and board...