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.
Learn all the basics of windsurfing with our three structured levels - ISAF Windsurfing Courses Level 1, 2 and 3. Each level can be completed in two four-hour lessons done over two days in a group of up to 4 students per instructor.
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