from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To engage in windsurfing.
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- v. To ride a surfboard that has an attached sail
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- v. ride standing on a surfboard with an attached sail, on water
Witnesses told police that the man had measured the wind speeds at 28 mph before starting to windsurf, said Detective Sgt.
To rent a sailboat or canoe, try the 3V yacht club ( www.cv3v.it ) at Via della Rena, 122, in Trevignano; for windsurf equipment, go to H2O ( www.sch2o.it ), up the street at number 93.
In Dinard and St Lunaire, Point Passion Plage digue de L'Ecluse, Dinard, +33 2 9988 1520, pointplage.fr provides kayak, catamaran and windsurf lessons and rentals.
On the southern tip of the island, Club Mistral Karpathos provides windsurf stations, training and equipment.www. windsurfing-karpathos.com
"And the winds usually blow best in the late afternoon, so I break out of work to get in the water by 3 or 4, and windsurf until the sun sets."
Hamaini's company, Kite Morocco, now offers kitesurf and windsurf courses including equipment rental and accommodation in this remote location: learn first on the landward-facing lagoon, then venture across to the ocean side for the real deal. • +212 661 661863, kitemorocco. com.
The reason I figured surfboards because one can also windsurf.
I surf, windsurf (and) hang out at Sunset Beach, and don't collect wine.
John Kerry - Can we ever associate French-speaking, windsurf-loving John Kerry with anything other than those headline-making floral swim trunks?
If only Kerry didn't windsurf ... then maybe you wouldn't have hated him.
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