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10 WindSurfing Tips For beginners


1. Use a small sail. ...
2. Go out on a day, and in a location, where the wind is coming into shore. ...
3. Try and go on a day with medium but consistent wind. ...
4. It's really fun and harmless to fall. ...
5. Use your body weight more than your arm strength. ...
6. You can stay in neutral position for as long as you need.
7. Stay close to shore at first
8. Make sure you can turn around and get back to shore
9. When leaving sail up wind
10. Learn on a Long Board with a center dagger board
10 Basic WindSurfing Safety Tips


1. Consider local weather and tidal forecasts.
2. Always advise someone of where you plan to sail and when you expect to return.
3. Wear clothing that suits the conditions.
4. Wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jacked (PFD) with a whistle attached.
5. In hot, sunny, humid conditions, drink plenty of water.
6. Check your equipment for signs of damage or fatigue.
7. Sail with a buddy.
8. Do not sail in offshore winds.
9. Cold can kill. The first time you shiver, return to shore and warm up.
10. Always stay with your board – never try swim ashore.

Navarre - Pensacola - Gulf Breeze - Perdido - Gulf Shores - WindSurf  - lessons - training - rentals
Navarre - Pensacola - Gulf Breeze - Perdido - Gulf Shores - WindSurf  - lessons - training - rentals
WindSurfing Basics & Balance

Here is the simple version.
First you get the feel of the board in shallow water.
Then we up haul your sail so you get the feel of the sail in the wind, not powered up.
Then we slowly power up your sail and get you cruising upwind slowly and with control.
The we show you how to flip your sail and board around to sail back to where we began.


The 4 types of balance explained below are a little more advanced than what you may experience your first few times out but are worth trying to understand. At the end of the day wind surfing is as much about “feeling” as it is technical expertise .

1. Board balance
You need to keep the board flat at all times. If the board heels, you slide off. If you keep your feet on or near centre-line of the board, your board will stay flat and perfectly balanced.
2. Rig balance
If your rig is balanced, it can't pull you into the water. The rig should support itself. The mast must be slightly over centre line. Because the mast is curved, the tip of the mast will be over the base. Keep it raked toward the wind. You can test the rig balance by letting your hands loose for a second, during which time the rig should not fall to either the mast nor the clew
3. Body balance
If your body is balanced, you will keep the pulling to a minimum. Keep your butt in, shoulders back. Keep the knees bent at all times. Let your knees do the flexing in and out with the wind, not your bottom. Keep your weight on the back foot and the driving force on the front foot. This way, when the wind slacks, you are kept balancing on your back foot.
4. Power balance
This is the hardest balance to learn for beginners. It means that we have to balance ourselves against the wind. While powering up slowly, allow the power to dissipate through the mast foot to the board, pushing the board, thus reducing the power, allowing for more powering up. All the while, raking the balanced rig over the wind. A well balanced rig can be left alone for a second or so, while it floats on the wind. When the wind gets strong, it will be providing enough power to let the sailor hang on the rig, helping to balance the rig against the wind

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