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Maui Windsurfing Guide

“Whether you are are a windsurfing addict of a weekend warrior, you have probably discovered that Maui is a windsurfers’ paradise. This magical island has something to offer windsurfers of all levels; Beginners, Kids, First timers. All will like the tranquil waters in Maui’s bays and coves, or the extreme athletes will hit the waves on the many reef breaks, Speed sailors will revel in the focused wind blasting over 40 knots in Maaleaa Bay’s Speed Beach. Maui has it all.”¬† Aloha, David Dorn What makes Maui Special:¬†Maui is located at roughly 21 degrees north of the equator, so we get plenty of sunshine and warm sunny weather all year. You hardly ever need a wetsuit because of the warm 85 degree water almost year round and the air temperature rarely drops below 75 degrees Fahrenheit at sea level. The…

Tips for Windsurfing on Maui

Master Windsurfing Instructor, David Dorn, has been visiting the Islands for over thirty years and has lived here permanently for 20 years. He knows that traveling combined with Windsurfing presents its own unique set of challenges. Use some or all of Dave’s tried and proven hints and you’ll survive many of the common pitfalls that beset the Maui greenhorn.   Rent your windsurfing equipment: Unless you are staying for a few months then it is better to rent your gear while you are here. No hassles with the airlines, The latest gear is always available, and you can exchange it to suit the conditions of the day. You also get the chance to try all sorts of different equipment. If the wind don’t blow (which hardly ever happens) you can exchange it…

Windsurfing

Try Windsurfing Maui has warm water and steady wind year round. It is a perfect place to learn windsurfing. There are special beaches just for beginners, where the water is smooth and the wind is gentle. Kanaha Beach Park on the north shore has the world class conditions that have made it the most popular…