It's not as difficult as it looks
Windsurfing is a form of sailing. You stand on a board, holding a sail (which is attached to the board) and are powered across the water by the wind. You steer by adjusting the position of the sail and moving your feet.
If you have an understanding of wind direction and an OK sense of balance, you’re half way there. If you don’t, don’t worry. Getting your head around the basics may talk a little longer, but with good tuition from our team of instructors and big stable beginner boards you’ll soon be out on the water windsurfing back and forth across the bay. Like most sports the more you practise the better you will become, the progression curve is quite steep and you can pick it up very quickly. It can be frustrating at times, but when you crack it, there’s no other feeling in the world.
If you thought windsurfing was a difficult sport to learn, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.