What is kitesurfing?

Kitesurfing uses the power of the wind to drive a rider across the water on a kiteboard (similar to a wakeboard). There are a number of different styles of kitesurfing including freeride, freestyle, wakestyle, course racing and wave-riding.

About Kitesurfing in Ireland?

Kite surfing has become one of the fastest growing water sports in Ireland, recently spotlighted by its entry into (and subsequent retraction from) the 2016 Olympic games.  The kite surfing “season” usually begins in March and ends in November.  However, you will see many kiters braving the Irish waters “off season” when the wind is blowing the right way! It is an amazing sport with a growing community of young and old riders alike, making it a sport for everyone.

Lessons with a fully insured qualified instructor are essential before taking up kite surfing. Enjoy your progress and learning curve under the watchful eye of one of our instructors and learn all about how to fly and ride safely.