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Around the fishermanshuts it's allowed to kite in the morning till 10:00 and from 5:00 to dark. It is ofshore winds but you can check with armando ( he gives kite lessons at the huts) he can keep an eye on you. If you need any rescue they have a fixed rate for rescue. I think it's $20 but it's worth it. If you have to swim back it will take you more than one hour. But if you can stay upwind it no problem. On the other side of the island there is a place called boca grandi. That's the best place to kitesurf in Aruba. Constant wind with waves coming in. also onshore winds. It's like a skatepark. It has small chops big chops long waves flat spots. everything. When I go there i stay out for no less than four to five hours in the water. You won't get bored from that place.