Racing on the San Francisco city front course can bring plenty of surprises. There's the 40k+ gusts that hit you like a slap in the face! There's the 4' voodoo chop that can stop a keelboat in its tracks! There's the 5k ebb that that makes calling any layline … Continue Reading ››
Windsurfing is no fun when you’re not dialed into your equipment.
1-2m2 can make the difference between being powered and stupidly over powered.
Friday night racing @ The St. Francis Yacht Club Tom Purcell … Continue Reading ››
The Columbia Gorge Teen Windsurf Camp which will open in July provides a new concept in teen camp programs. While residential specialty camps in baseball, tennis, soccer, etc. are plentiful, windsurfing camps tend to be day camps, which are fine if you live close to … Continue Reading ››
Fleet 8 and Kona Midwest are proud to host the 2012 Kona North American Championships on Lake Waconia. Lake Waconia is the most popular high-wind lake in the Twin Cities metro area and has been the site for over 60 windsurfing regattas starting with the Windsurfer … Continue Reading ››
It was billed as the ultimate showdown between kiters and windsurfers with 3 events spanning 9 days on the sea of Cortez on southern tip of the Baja California peninsula. While the kiters showed up in numbers, the windsurfers still found ways to keep the bragging rights for another … Continue Reading ››