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Kiteboard.com launch a special event in Roatan, Honduras

Honduras is an amazing new growing destination with a lot to offer. Kiteboard.com team have found some wonderful new kite spots to discover and want to share this adventure. The special event: “HONDURAS KITEBOARDING ADVENTURE TRIP 2013″ have been launch this week. More then 4000 people from the world wide community have been invited.  Many new fans will join and start their first lessons with Kiteboard.com instructors. May is one of the best time for wind condition in Roatan. The event will occur from may 2 to may 23. 

Visit the event Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/events/186185401528876/

For more information contact: info@kiteboard.com

 Kiteboard.com launch a special event in Roatan, Honduras

Kiteboard.com launch a special event in Roatan, Honduras

 

 

Win a Free Kite Safari on the Red Sea Egypt kiteboarding boat trip 2000$ value on Kiteboard.com

The Red Sea Kite safari is one of those kiteboard trips to experience.

Win a Free Kite Safari on the Red sea

Win a Free Kite Safari on the Red sea

http://www.kiteboard.com/kiteboard-give-away-win-trip-gear/

One week on an incredible boat boat surrounded by glistening turquoise seas and smooth  lagoons.

Egypt  kiteboarding boat trip

Egypt kiteboarding boat trip

The freedom of the boat means that conditions are always fantastic, lots of space and most importantly, only guests from the boat riding the area!

To add to your relaxation and enjoyment all meals are prepared for you. The helpful crew is there to assist you and instructors are onboard for advanced tips and safety support. It doesn’t get better than this!
Take your kiting at your own pace with many like minded people reveling in the secluded surf spots we will reveal to you.

Egypt  kiteboarding boat trip sun set

Egypt kiteboarding boat trip sun set

How about non Kite surfers? No worries, the wonderful underwater world of the Red Sea will no doubt keep you busy for hours with some of the worlds most amazing snorkeling! Why not take an introductory course into the world of kiting or windsurfing? Or take advantage of our kayaks and explore islands. Or just relax in the tranquil surroundings of our beautiful wooden boat.Min. Kiteboarding level required: up wind riding.

KITESURFING CRUISE SCHEDULE

ARRIVAL AT HURGHADA AIRPORT, EGYPTAfter being welcomed at Hurghada airport you will be transferred to the Boat moored just 5 minutes away at Hurghada new marina. Our crew will welcome you and give you all the advice you’ll need for the coming week.In the event of an early arrival on Friday you can ride with our team at some of the local spots and overnight in a hotel (on request).

SUNDAY – DAY 1Depart to the north of the Red Sea for a 6 days of cruising. After a 3 hours trip we reach our first spot for a warm up session. A huge lagoon with crystal clean and shallow water. Here the adventure begins. Jump the sand bar or freestyle on glass flat water. Secluded beach with a great atmosphere, far away from the crowded coasts and cities.

DAY 2We leave the lagoon early and make way to our next area. We will discover an authentic coralline’s island with several lagoons and flat water close to the shore. A decent swell also builds up outside the coral reef. During your cruise you will surely come across many different types of wildlife. After the sunset cession our crew may teach you how to catch Calamari!As we wait for our meal to be prepared you can check out the videos and pictures from the day’s session on our screens.

DAY 3Time to make way to our ultimate extreme spot! During the Northern most part of our safari we’ll travel between the islands to be the perfect side shore wind. Why not take a look under your board? The water here is so clear that you’ll easily see the dolphins as they glide through the water.A real unspoilt area and a great place to take advantage of our kayaks and snorkeling equipment to explore the colourful coral below the surface. With no man made light pollution the stars here are bright and plentiful. Enjoy this spectacle with drinks on the deck.

DAY 4After another fantastic breakfast we are ready for a giant 6 km downwind ride to our next spot! The boat and our rescue team will follow us to give us that extra aspect of safety. Starting with flat water, we’ll head outside to catch some serious swell. It’s time to try some big carving and high jumps.We’ll finish the day’s session back on the second day spot. This is a great chance to explore the lagoons you missed last time as the area is very large.

DAY 5Early morning departure to our final spot. An inland lagoon. This amazing area gives you the option to kite on flat water or head out to sea to catch some waves.After the session it’s party time. Our crew will be setting up the barbecue on the beach to celebrate our last night at sea. During full moon it’s a great opportunity for some night kiting!

FRIDAY, DAY 6Early morning ride on the inland lagoon. A good chance for a final picture session. We finish kiting around midday and enjoy a hearty lunch before heading back to Hurghada.Gear will be cleaned and packed at the marina. Still have energy for more fun? We’ll head out for a night in one of the areas most popular beach nightclubs.

N.B.: program may be changed due to flight schedule or wind conditions, boat non contractual (should it not be available a classical motor boat will replace it). Contact us for more info.

Egypt kitesurfing holidays – boat details (non contractual)

For the weeks Red Sea Kite safari we have a new  boat Sea king on. As you jump on board your greeted by a welcoming crew, smell a mixture of canvas and wood, sup on your welcome drink and take it all in.Not only that but we have an IKO instructor on board for ad hoc coaching (basic jumps, new moves etc)

KB4 Girls Kitesurfing Clinic in Israel in July

The Sea of Galillee is very famous for being the place where Jesus walked on water…. well, that’s the best spot for kiting during summer in Israel.
We are very proud to announce our very first KB4Girls Kitesurfing Clinic in Israel!

We are going to stay there for three days and two nights in a beautiful place. The wind during this season comes in on a daily basis every afternoon. During the day we are going to have fun activities in the shade and during the afternoons we will have the hands on experience with top Israeli kitesurfers guidance. During the evenings we are planning on viewing the photos and videos from the day, and learn from our mistakes.

We are calling all kitegirls from across the globe to come and join us!

Summer in Israel is the best time to visit. The girls who are coming to the clinic are from all around the country and will be happy to show you around.

This is our event on facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/events/146230282167931/ Feel free to contact us for any questions

This is where we’re staying

http://www.orchanramot.co.il/%D7%94%D7%90%D7%95%D7%A8%D7%97%D7%90%D7%9F/tabid/842/language/he-IL/Default.aspx

The best surfing mentors
Row of photographers
Many special gifts to the registered girls
And girls pushing, encouraging and encourage each other
come to Extreme Fan

This is your chance to surf like Jesus

Schedule :

Monday (16.7)

12:30 meeting on Diamond Beach, bureaucracy and receiving gifts.
13:00 Safety briefing and Dance for the wind
Surfing … …
20:30 dinner in a restaurant
22:30 Gathering at the sleeping place and training for tomorrow

Tuesday (17.7) – 9:00 Breakfast

10:00 Training “dry” and staffing guides
13:00 going Diamond
Surfing … with guidance …+ Professional Photos
20:30 dinner in a restaurant
22:30 Gathering Inn in the transition to video and repairs

Wednesday (18.7) – 9:00 Breakfast

10:00 Training “dry” and staffing guides
13:00 going Diamond
Surfing … with guidance …
19:00 saying goodbye
Price: funny (and thanks to our sponsors)
Including accommodation and half board.
NIS 350 (3 days, 2 nights)
Date: July 16-17-18
Place: Diamond Beach, Sea of ​​Galilee.

• Places are limited, hurry to register here: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/27912798/x/app.html

 

DAN SWEENEY BARBADOS UPDATE

I just spent the last week on the island of Barbados in the Caribbean, a popular holiday and kitesurfing destination. I was a last minute trip with 2 good friends of mine. I was planning on shooting a teaser video for my up and coming updates this winter but we didn’t have the best wind. We got 2 decent sessions in on big kit and it was so nice to be back and riding. Its a sick spot, 15 mins from the Airport and Virgin Holidays do amazing deals on the accommodation at Silver point hotel. It was a real fun week and allowed me to focus on what I want to produce on my upcoming trip to Lucia @ the RRD centre, 2elements.

Myself and Ant Baker (Baker academy) are looking to book up a clinic there next year but stay tuned for that. Big thanks and heads up to Craig and Patrick for making it a fun week.
Here are a few shots – Next updates coming fresh from St. Lucia for my 3 months away training and shooting

Slim Chance on the Bering Strait

Kiting across the Bering Strait isn’t a new idea for me. I first thought about it while attempting to walk across the frozen Strait from Alaska to Russia in the winter of 2005. During that expedition, my team spent eight days on the pack ice, but after being pushed 60 miles off-course by strong currents, we called it quits. When Geza Scholtz from Switzerland asked if a summer crossing by kiteboard was possible, I decided to find out.

Over the past decade, I’ve taken part in expeditions all over the world. From those experiences, I knew if my team and I could navigate the labyrinth of insane logistics, kiting would seem like the easy part. Don’t get me wrong, there are challenges involved in kiting in Alaska: freezing water temperatures, extremely strong currents, huge seas, unpredictable weather and the very real possibility of being stranded with no way back. But the biggest difficulty by far is securing the proper permits to enter Russia at an unofficial border crossing.

After eight months of frustrations with the Russian bureaucracy and with time running short, we turned to the Moscow-based PR agency PR Fact for help. Fortunately, the company pushed the permits through just in time, but then came the price tag. The Russians said the permits would cost between $70,000 and $100,000, which left us scrambling for more cash and sponsors. In the end, we paid $45,000 for permission to kite just 56 miles.

Alaska Or Bust
With the diplomatic matters settled, we headed for North America’s westernmost point — Wales, Alaska. This remote outpost is a village of only 150 residents, most of whom don’t have running water or flush toilets. The village sits on a desolate beach abutting the Bering Sea and is subjected to consistently miserable weather year-round. Despite this, the hardy locals were not only very friendly but also extremely curious to learn about and help with our project.

Our first major task was transporting our support boat, a 20-foot Zodiac, to Wales. We bought the boat in Anchorage, shipped it to Nome, assembled it, towed it to Teller (another native village) and then piloted it 60 miles up the coast to Wales. After all of that, we discovered the boat was plagued with engine problems and would be more of a liability than a safety tool. We ended up selling the Zodiac and hiring a local captain named Ronald Ozenna Jr., who owned a 20-foot fiberglass skiff with an 80 hp engine, which was more than adequate for our support boat.

The Waiting Game
With the diplomatic matters settled, we headed for North America’s westernmost point — Wales, Alaska. This remote outpost is a village of only 150 residents, most of whom don’t have running water or flush toilets. The village sits on a desolate beach abutting the Bering Sea and is subjected to consistently miserable weather year-round. Despite this, the hardy locals were not only very friendly but also extremely curious to learn about and help with our project.

Our first major task was transporting our support boat, a 20-foot Zodiac, to Wales. We bought the boat in Anchorage, shipped it to Nome, assembled it, towed it to Teller (another native village) and then piloted it 60 miles up the coast to Wales. After all of that, we discovered the boat was plagued with engine problems and would be more of a liability than a safety tool. We ended up selling the Zodiac and hiring a local captain named Ronald Ozenna Jr., who owned a 20-foot fiberglass skiff with an 80 hp engine, which was more than adequate for our support boat.

The Waiting Game
With the boat secured, several days of great wind came and went with Ozenna telling us “no way” each time we suggested crossing. The locals have a healthy respect for the ocean and know all too well the dangers of capsizing in heavy seas. We made the best of the downtime and actually had some epic kiting sessions on the Strait and along the Wales coast. After a few runs, however, it became clear the survival gear we had to carry would take getting used to.

In addition to our boards and kites, we carried a lot of extra equipment, including full drysuits, helmets, life jackets, food and water, flares, air horns and spot trackers. Over time, we grew accustomed to the extra gear. After one five-hour session, my GPS indicated I’d kited 60 miles — the distance across the Strait — so we knew the crossing was within reach.

We also enjoyed the local culture. There was Eskimo baseball, basketball in the school gym, exploring a Cold War-era radar site and helping our host Dan Richard cut firewood. The most memorable experience was seeing a polar bear. Our cameraman, Bjorn Detre, and I were hiking on the beach one day and saw something in the distance. As we got closer, the bear lumbered across the beach, crawled into the ocean and swam off. Had I not seen it with my own eyes, I never would’ve believed it.

After weeks of waiting, we finally had the perfect conditions for crossing. Ozenna fired up his boat, we hurriedly donned all of our gear and before long, we were on the water. As we watched the edge of North America fall away, it looked like nothing could stop us from reaching Russia! But right as our hopes peaked, the wind died and our kites fell slowly from the sky, forcing us to once again head back in defeat.

After a year of planning, countless logistical nightmares, three weeks in Wales and with fall storms just around the corner, we had no choice but to abandon our efforts to make it across this season. For now, the Bering Strait still stands as one of the ultimate kite crossings yet to be conquered. Rest assured, after being so close to making it this year, that won’t be the case for much longer.

For more on the expedition, visit beringstraitexpedition
.com
or www.troyhenkels.com

BEST PLACE VIDEO TRIP BRAZIL BY SPOCKY

Spocky a regular user of Hanglos.fr did a kite trip in Brazil last summer. As the winter is now kicking in in this part of the world|

Spocky a regular user of Hanglos.fr did a kite trip in Brazil last summer. As the winter is now kicking in in this part of the world (Northen Europe), he thought that publishing a little report would be wise ! But first check out his video. We stayed three weeks there, mainly in Cumbucco as well as doing a few day trips to Paracuru, A classic kiting trip for sure, but I am sure you will all appreciate those info : The spots:Cumbuco – Cauipe Lagoon : One of Brazil most famous kitesurfing spot situated around 7/8 kilometres of Cumbuco. Ultra flat water (not salty) with a few restaurants on the beach which are much cheaper than the bigger one across the beach and lagoon. The lagoon gets really crowded with a mix of rider (from beginners to pros). So watch out for kites flying around! The local rule: Downwind (closer to the ocean) is mainly reserved for beginners whilst the one just outside the small restaurants is mainly used by locals and other pro riders. You will also find a nice speed strip on the left of the spot. Downwinder in the waves to go to the Lagoon is a must do. (20/30 minutes) and a buggy ride back to your Pousada. (10R$ per people if 3 or more in the buggy otherwise 15R$). This spot is really “the best place in the world”. The only drawback is when it gets over crowded. Be aware hat the lagoon is not as busy in the morning; however, the wind is not as good as later on in the day.Cumbuco beach: A huge beach with side shore wind, usually only a minute away from your pousada. The water is really choppy and the water feels really salty. However, it is not as crowded than in the lagoon. At low tide, the water is flat especially in front of the « Duro Beach » pousada so this bit gets a it more crowded.Paracuru – Quebramar : Paracuru top spot ! Side on wind with a reef surrounding the beach that makes the turquoise water really flat at low tide. Be careful of the pebbles and other broken shells. This spot is ideal 2 hours before and after high water. At high tide the water is choppy and the waves out in the reef are not really powerful in general. Equipments: 7 and 9m were the only two kites we ever used in September 2008 (our first trip) and in our last trip (August 2010). The wind is really regular and kicks in every morning in between 9 and 10 am and get stronger up to 4 or 5 pm before coming down with the sun. In general, the more north you go, the stronger the wind gets: Cumbuco: 20-25knts, Jeri 30-35 knts. (may be even 40knts) No need for a wetsuit or a Shorty the water is really warm (26°C)!! A normal board short, a rash vest and your strongest sun cream will do the trick.Pousada: We stayed at the Cumbuco GuestHouse Pousada which is not the nearest to the town centre or beach. However, the service is excellent, the place spotless and the breakfast are great. It is located around 5 minutes walk away from the town centre, Restaurants: Our favourite one was ACL on Cumbuco beach and we really loved the El Gaucho for its meat.Divers: The locals are really cool. No security issue in Cumbucco and around. Out in the water, the ambiance is great in general with some locals having a great level in freestyle (They could all be on the PKRA !). Cumbucco is 100% kite and our feeling is that it is the main income generator in the town. You will find many places to repair your kites as well as a few shops. They are really expensive. Do not expect to make a good deal especially in Jeri.

Source: Hanglos.net

JEREMIETRONET TRAVEL STORIES – ILHA DO GUAJIRU BRAZIL

The north East of the Brazilian coast is an endless quest for kitespot discovery. From Fortaleza until Jericoacoara and after, hundreds of lagoons and wave spots become the perfect playground for us kiteboarders.|

 


The north East of the Brazilian coast is an endless quest for kitespot discovery. From Fortaleza until Jericoacoara and after, hundreds of lagoons and wave spots become the perfect playground for us kiteboarders.
Most of the people coming in Brazil organize their holiday with 4 weel drive downwinders along the coast.

With Linn, I have been spending 2 months and a half in Cumbuco, one of my favorite kitespots in Ceara ( a region in Brazil). Cumbuco is a great place to meet people and train the latest freestyle moves.
But this year December haven’t been as good as it should be, The wind was gone for a while, so we decided to head north and discover some new spots, new villages, different people.

After meeting Rob a duch kiteboarder and real estate developer we were very curious about this new place he has been pushing on internet and in some kite magazines, Ilha do Guajiru, the flat water sea. Asking around we got very different feedback from people some said that it was the best place ever, and some were not as entustiastic about it.

The only way to find out was to go there and find out the truth about Ilha do Guajiru.
In a small rental car we headed north on the new high way to Itarema, a city 4 kms away from the island.
Ilha do Guajiru used to be an island, but it is now linked to the land so you can access it easily by car. It is surrounded by very beautiful mangroves and a river.
After spendiing a few days on the island, kiting everyday while the wind was much lighter in the spots located in the south, we have been seduced byt the people and the place here.
We decided to stay here for a while to make my next movie .

The spot is a very beautiful lagoon with a lot of space and different secret spots around.
At low tide the water gets very flat for freestyle.

The movie will hopefuly show this beautiful place, this way people will be able to make their own opinion about it .

We are staying at wind village, some very nice apartments 20 meters from where you can already do your tricks …. we have a nice view a a nice swiming pool. There are few nice pousadas with internet wifi like lagoa beach or Pura vida.

The first day we arrived on the spot our video camera broke … Read the rest of this travel story on www.jeremietronet.com
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French version:

Ilha do Guajiru

Le nord-est de la côte Brésilienne regorge de nombreux spots. De Fortaleza à Jericoacoara et encore plus au nord des centaines de lagunes et spot de vagues s’enchaînent et font du Brésil le terrain de jeux idéal pour nous kiteboarders.
La pluspart des gens en vacances au brésil organisent leur séjour autour de downind en 4×4 le long des plages à la découverte d’un maximum de spots.

Avec Linn, nous avons passé près de 3 mois  à Cumbuco, un de mes spot préféré dans la région du Céara ( Nordeste du Brésil). Le spot est parfait pour le freestyle avec une bonne ambiance le soir autour des nombreux bars et restaurants.

Malheureusement, cette année le vent durant le moi de Décembre n’est pas aussi établi qu’à la normale, il était donc temps de migrer vers les spots plus au nord ou le vent y est généralement bien plus fort. Encore une excuse pour découvrir de nouveaux endroits, villages et personnes.

Après avoir discuté avec Rob un kiteboarder allemand et real estate manager, nous étions curieux de découvrir ce nouveaux spot qu’il passe la pluspart de son temps à ,déveloper et communiquer sur internet et magazines. Ilha do Guajiru, the flat water sea.
Après s’ être renseigné auprès des personnes s’y étant rendu  nous avions recceuilli des avis très divergeant sur le sujet. Nous avons donc décidé de nous rendre sur place pour faire notre propre opinion sur ce nouveau spot.
Apès avoir loué une voiture sur Cumbuco, paqué les 3 board bags de matos kite et 3 sac de matériel photo et vidéo nous voila rendu en 2 heures à Itarema la ville proche d’ ‘ ilha do Guajiru.
Ilha do Guajiru  n’est plus réelement une île car racordée par la route principale, donc l’accès y est  plus simple, cependant  le spot fût une île mais les changements climatiques et le niveau des oceans changeant, Ilha do Guajiru n’est maintenant juste entourée par une magnifique mangrove et rivière.

Le spot est immense, un magnifique lagon avec beaucoup de place et de l’eau parfaitement plate pour le freestyle.
Le vent y est généralement aux alentours de 30 noeuds, mais Le moi de Décembre ne gratifiant pratiquement aucun vent à Cumbuco , nous profitons d’un 15 18 noeuds tous les jours.

Après avoir passé quelques jours, nous avons donc décidé de tourner mon prochain film sur ce nouveau spot.

Nous sommes situés à wind village, à 20 mètres d’où l’on peut déjà envoyer nos tricks.
Il y a quelques pousadas sympa avec acces internet sur le spot, comme lagoa beach ou pura vida.

Malheureusement, le premier jour où nous voulions filmer la camera s’est arreté de fonctioner,.. lire la suite sur www.jeremietronet.com
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Jeremie Tronet
Professional Kiteboarder
skype: jerekite

 

JEREMIE TRONET BRAZIL NEWS

 

 As always when I travel somewhere, I think I will stay in Cumbuco a bit
longer than I planed.
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As always when I travel somewhere, I think I will stay in Cumbuco a bit
longer than I planed.
This place is just perfect for kiteboarding, the wind never stop blowing
over 25 knots … it is perfect to shoot videos and take pictures every
day.

I am actually here to train, learn new tricks before traveling around
seeking the most beautiful spot there is to find…
With Linn, we found some new apartment right on the beach, “Ocean View” …
It just amazing, we have 2 floors and 3 rooms for only the 2 of us. We are
located right on the beach of Cumbuco and we can kite just in front of the
house.
There is a big swimming pool and nice places to chill out, it is the perfect
place to be in Cumbuco, you should check it out if you are coming down here.
here is the email contact if you are looking for renting something out in
Cumbuco:  dreambeach@berg-hansen.no
.

I just bought a small surfboard and surf  in front of the apartment after
kiting, there is a small beach break and it’s always fun to catch few waves
at the sunset … Life is hard, I tell you…

I have been hanging out with Leander Vyvey, you can check his website out,
he is a very cool guy riding on the KPWT world tour, he just left for some
new competition.
Speaking competition I wanted to congratulate Evandro Dasilva, the 15 year
old kiter from the lagune here in Cumbuco. He is a nice kid and has an
incredible level in kite. He just won the KPWT here in Brazil, and Goyava an
other Brazilian from the lagune took the… read the rest on
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Comme je fais la plupart du temps en allant quelque part, je pense rester à
Cumbuco un peu plus longtemps que je ne pensais le faire.
L’endroit est juste parfait pour le kite, le vent ne s’arrête jamais de
souffler plus de 25 noeuds, parfait pour shooter des photos et vidéos tous
les jours.

Je suis ici pour m’entrainer à fond, poser des nouveaux tricks avant de
m’envoler vers de nouveaux endroit.
Avec Linn, nous avons trouvé de superbes appartements juste sur la plage,
nous somme à “Ocean View”.
On a 2 étages et 3 chambres juste pour nous 2 et sommes  situés juste sur la
plage de Cumbuco et pouvons kiter juste en face.
Il y a une  grande piscine et des endroits pour se relaxer c’est vraiment un
endroit top à être à Cumbuco… vous devriez y jetter un coup d’oeil si vous
passez dans le coin, voici l’email pour réserver si vous êtes intéresse.

dreambeach@berg-hansen.no

Je viens d’acheter un surf pour s’amuser sur le petit shore break en face du
balcon, hhéhéhé, sympa apres quelques heures de kite d’ aller surfer, puis
piscine et ensuite barbecue, la vie est dure, je vous le dis.

J’ai rencontré Leander vyvey, un rider belge sur le tour et actuellement 2nd
au Général du KPWT, cool gas, jetez un coup d’oeil à son site.

En parlant de compétition je voulais féliciter Evandro le jeune Brésilien de
15 ans qui kite ici à cumbuco et qui vient de remporter l’étape
KPWTBrésilienne. Goyava, un autre brésilien de Cumbuco à fait 2nd.
Evandro à un niveau extraordinaire et … suite sur jeremietronet.com

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