Windsurfing is a watersport that combines elements of sailing and surfing into one amazing experience. You can satisfy your need for speed while being immersed in the tranquility of the elements, and gaining the satisfaction of mastering the ever changing conditions of nature. Windsurfing is truly a lifetime sport and challenging form of exercise that anyone regardless of gender, age, or ability can enjoy–if you can swim you can windsurf. So whether you desire to leisurely sail the flat water of a calm breeze or rip across waves in the gulf give this fun and exciting way to experience the outdoors a try.
We offer beginner to advanced instruction – private, small group, and kids camps in the summer. We also have top quality rental gear and gear for sale.
Our team of qualified instructors offer a safe and fun learning environment. This is a fun and exciting new way for you to experience Sarasota FL.
In this course you will learn basic windsurfing skills including: How to Launch, sail, proper stance, basic water safety and rescue skills, and so much more…By the end of the course you will have all the skills and knowledge you need to safely enjoy the art of windsurfing.
Once you pass the course you will be awarded the Basic Windsurfing Award Certificate. Now you’re ready to grab a board and get out on the water!
Course Requirements: Ability to swim 50 meters
Beyond Beginner Lessons – The “Beyond Beginner” sessions are designed for students who have already successfully completed the intro lesson and are ready for the next step, those who want to refresh their skills after some time away from the sport, or desire to advance their skills to the next level.
You can work on anything from just tacking and jibbing faster to beach starts, footstraps and harness use and water starts.
Bring your own equipment or we’ll set you up with rental gear.
Intro to Windsurfing Lesson –
– Private: $225 per person
– Group: $175 per person
Beyond Beginner Lessons –
Advanced instruction $130 per hour plus equipment rental if needed
If you’re fearless when it comes to water, speed and swimming, you’ve got the perfect criteria for learning how to windsurf.
Windsurfing is all about balance and control so if you can master that, you’re well on your way!
A fairly new sport, windsurfing was thought up by two Californian friends in 1968 – Jim Drake, a sailor and Hoyle Schweitzer, a surfer. It quickly gained popularity and became recognized as an Olympic sport in 1984.