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Keep your arms straight! Look at the exit
However here in this Blog, we will tell you the 4 best tips to success in this maneuver!
Learning to waterstart is not necessarily all the fun, but with these tips it will certainly make it much easier!!!
Get lessons from a pro. Following on from point 8, you should make sure that you learn from an instructor, not just a friend, this will; give you better technique, reduce frustration, help you learn faster.
Keep an eye on this Blog as we will be updating you with all our news!
Woke up today with the wind whistling around our house on the hill overlooking the Kadikalesi Bay.
Lucy is in Morroco at the moment fulfilling her lifelong childhood ambition to be a stunt woman in the film 'Land'. Lucy said "I remember quite clearly the looks of derision and the way the careers advisor laughed at me at school. Pah! I say a
Guy Fletcher and Alan Clark from Dire Straits are well known for their passion of windsurfing. Guy and Alan learnt back in 1984 whilst recording the album ‘brothers in arms’ in Montserrat.
In our next Blog, Alan will be talking about his windsurfing experiences in New Zealand and Australia......
Roy Orbison and Bill Dees wrote the song Windsurfer. The track is number nine on the posthumously released album "Mystery Girl" which was recorded in 1988.
The impact of this decision would have negatively affected the already declining sport of windsurfing, and at PURE we are glad to see that a good decision has finally been made.
Whether you want to improve your carve gybes, jumps, wave-riding or loops, you can do it all at their windsurfing clinics!!
When Dire Straits returned to Australia in 1990, I bought a wave board and a quiver of sails and sailed every chance I got
The sail has been designed to rig on short masts, for example a 370 to rig 5.2 through 4.7, and a 340 for smaller sizes.
If you follow the above guidelines then it should ensure a fun filled time on the water with very little risk!
Sam's future aim is to podium on the men’s slalom in the UK, and to develop his wave technique where he wants to eventually compete.
One of the best things that John found on his working windsurfing holiday, was the lack of holiday wind angst!! Instead when it didn't blow hard, he just got on with his work... Not a bad life!
We will have more news about Kauli's Gostoso adventure in the next few weeks....
After University in 2003, Lucy went on a surf trip around Europe. During a flat spell in Portugal she decided to give windsurfing a go, and was hooked!
One of the boring aspects of my training has been stretching, however I have found a real need, and benefit in doing this.
In this blog I thought it would be useful to do a small glossary of the various windsurfing terms. I have broken this down to; Equipment, Wind and Sea, Windsurfing
Most people consider Bodrum in April a bad idea! However I have been here in April for the past two years, and have found it perfect for an active holiday.
Puretourisms' pro rider Lucy Robson talks about her top 10 windsurfing destinations in our lates blog!
If your looking for a private chartered bareboat holiday, Bodrum is one of the best places in Turkey.
At our centre we have a great range of windsurfing equipment for all ages and abilities.
If you're a beginner wanting to learn, or an intermediate looking to improve skills then you have come to the right place!
Windsurfing holidays in Kadikalesi are amongst the best in Turkey, with great kit and conditions for all levels of windsurfers.