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phone:242-524-7099
Courses & Prices

P.O. Box Ex 29178 George Town
Exuma
Bahamas, The

Exuma Kitesurfing was launched in 2007 to offer kiteboarding lessons and kiteboarding charter trips (Kiteventures) with personalized kiteboarding coaching to kiteboarding students of all skill levels. I'm a IKO and PASA certified level 2 instructor and draw on my experience as an advanced kiteboarder, expert windsurfer, graphic designer, photographer and former snowboard instructor and professional motorcycle road racer.
Learn to kiteboard package USD 980
Beginner 1: level 1, part 1: 1hr theory, 1.5hr powerkite flying, .5hr kite set-up (instructor/student ratio 1:4, 2 kites) USD 280
Beginner 2: level 1, part 2: 3hr water lesson (instructor/student ratio 1:2, 2 kites) USD 290
Beginner 3: level 2, part 1: 2hr water lesson ((instructor/student ratio 1:1) USD 270
Private lessons: per hr (instructor/student ratio 1:1) USD 135
     
phone:+1 242-393-3261

Nassau

Bahamas, The

Cross-shore Bahamas is a full service, licensed Kiteboarding school in the Bahamas, offering packages from beginner to advanced as well as kite caddy services and day trips to neighboring islands. With the combination of winds averaging 15-20 knots during the season (October June) and higher wind speed in cold fronts, and warm water, there is no better place to learn to kiteboard. In winter the most common kite sizes used are 12m and 9m and sometimes 16m. Water temperature in the winter is high 60s and 80s in summer. Summer water temperatures create thermals perfect for late afternoon riding. On light wind days Cross-shore will keep you busy with wakeboarding to hone up on your board skills. Because Nassau is so small (7x21 miles) it is easy to move from one side of the island to the other in search of perfect wind.