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  • verb To take part in kitesurfing


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  • Do Windsurf, kitesurf, or if you're lucky with the swell, surf surf.

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  • The story is about how I was recently learning to kitesurf and how the instructor said I had talent, “… because even when you are dumped into the sea and are being dragged backwards under water, you are still trying to control your kite.”

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  • 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.

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  • When I tell him that I hope to windsurf (never tried), kitesurf (never tried) and stand-up paddle-board (never tried) on the same day, he plays a toothy tune with those ivories, followed by a deep belly laugh.

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  • On the beach are Canadians learning how to kitesurf, an exploding sport, rapidly gaining converts around the world.

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  • Try the many watersports available or simply enjoy watching energetic young locals as they surf, windsurf, kitesurf and sail, year-round.

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  • Never ever kitesurf alone, always take a friend and keep an eye on each other.


  • You can kitesurf on most open areas of water which can be deep or shallow, calm or rough and if possible with constant winds of between 8 and 50 knots.


  • Sir Richard Branson has abandoned his attempt to kitesurf the English Channel from Dungeness. News and Sport Headlines

  • To be able to kitesurf you will require certain skills.



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