WINDSURFING

 

Windsurfing employs the wind-acting on windsurf-board —to propel a board on the surface of the water. A course defined with respect to the true wind direction is called a point of surf. Conventional surfing craft cannot derive power from board on a point of surfing that is too close into the wind. On a given point of surf, the surfer adjusts the alignment of board with respect to the apparent wind direction to mobilize the power of the wind.

 

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Basic Intro to windsurfing 2 day course (6 Hours)

Course Brief: All the basics you need for you to discover the amazing sport of windsurfing!

Min. age: 7 years

Group (4 students to 1 instructor) & Couples (2 students to 1 instructor) courses come as a package and are delivered over two days. You can also book this course privately on an hourly basis (min. 2 hours required)

Day 1: Your ISAF Instructor will help introduce you to the sport and teach you various safety rules and skills; The safety training will teach and show you how to assess the wind and physical location, as well as show you how to properly manage the equipment; set-up; and control the sail. By the end you be able to ride for a short distance!

Day 2: Attend your first complete turns with your ISAF Instructor. You will now put your skills to the test and experience the full potential of the wind. Do you learn how to do a beach start. You will learn to use the sail power to sale in all possible directions; and become proficient enough to begin riding on your own!

Group Course (4 pax)

240 BHD

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Couples Course (2 pax)

180 BHD

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Private Hourly Instruction (1:1)

20 BHD

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WINDSURF BOARD AND SAIL RENTAL

BOARD AND SAIL RENTAL 1 HOUR 2 HOURS 3 HOURS
OPEN FOR BCWS LEVEL 3 OR EQUIVALENT 15 BHD 20 BHD 30 BHD

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We're here to answer any questions you may have. Check out the below FAQs and if you have more questions, hit us up with an email or a call and we'll be happy to help.

You do not need to be fit or able-bodied to windsurf, as there are such a variety of boats to cater for everyone. If you cannot swim, do not windsurf alone - just make sure your instructor or companion is aware. Disabled surfers may have to travel further to find a suitably-equipped windsurfing venue.
You'll probably get splashed a bit unless the weather is calm. The proper clothing (bought or hired) will keep you warm and dry so there is no need to shiver. In strong winds, small dinghies may tip completely over, quite safely, and dunk you in the water. All boats will lean over as the wind gets stronger, but large yachts do not tip right over.
Windsurfing has a very good safety record, and even racing the fastest boats, injuries are incredibly rare. Checking the weather forecast before launching makes it easy to stay as safe as you want to.
Like any new sport, windsurfing has strange new skills and terminology to learn. You can certainly spend a lifetime progressing to the highest levels, but after an hour most beginners can sail along happily, building up to windsurfing a dinghy alone after a day or two.
It's fun! Windsurfing can made made as fast and exciting as you like - or as gentle and relaxing as you like. Racing against others gives great competition, or you can use a board to explore an area of water. You'll also meet new friends, and maybe get fitter.