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Postby Guest » Fri Oct 11, 2002 6:28 am

Hi
Anybody been on a boat based kite surfing trip? Done a few surf charter and they rule - no crowds able to hit the spots at the best time and cool laid back atmosphere, everything is laid on all you have to do is surf. Know any companies offering kitesurfing liveaboards? any feedback from people who have been on these types of trip before.

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Postby loeuftok » Fri Oct 11, 2002 9:06 am

We are currently preparing such kind of trips over the gulf of Siam. We will be ready for the windy season, that starts in november.

Check our website by this time, you will find all the details.
http://www.cuttlebone.com

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Postby Kite:Life » Fri Oct 11, 2002 10:10 am

Hi, i'm about to start a Kitecharter company, working on getting the yacht in shape right now. I think w'll be up and running in apx. a year (next summer if u would like to come to Sweden :smile:

The yacht will sail to different kitespots all over (eternal summer!) and folks are wellcome to join as we sail... U will also be able to book your favorite spot and we will go there :smile:

ceep an eye out for this site; http://www.kitelife.nu

Mvh

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Postby RickI » Fri Oct 11, 2002 12:38 pm

Andy of Windsurfing HiHo fame has been running something called Fly BVI in the British Virgin Islands for the last couple of years. The BVI offer some incredible shredding opportunities. I don't know if he has something on for early in the coming year or not. Eli Fuller out of Antigua was running the program for him.

http://www.hiho-bvi.com/FlyBvi/HHC_FLY_Introduction.cfm

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Postby TnT » Sat Oct 12, 2002 12:46 am

boat trips are great for the bigginer too,
jump into the middle of the water body, go in any wind direction, no land to worry about...
i introduced myself to power kites this way and built kite control and confidence without getting hurt :smile:


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