Nice try, but there's absolutely nothing contradictory there. As my post says, I learned to WATERSTART with an instructor on a jetski. And I do think that's the way to go AFTER you have learned how to rig, launch, and fly a kite on the beach. My first lesson was on the beach, as with most kiteboarders past, present, and future. That was followed up by a walk into the water, body drag lesson. It's the only way to go. Only you would try to rip people off by making them pay for boat-assisted water lessons for hours on end until they learn everything there is to know about kiteboarding. Land lessons are way easier and have their own safety advantages.fokiten wrote:Ah,gonewiththewind wrote:I learned how to waterstart with an instructor following me on a jetski. Kite falls down, and the instructor rides down and relaunches it. As much as I hate jetskis, this was one time when I loved them. Fly to Hatteras and go for some jetski lessons from REAL. Get a cheap ticket on Expedia, and maybe it will be cheaper and more fun than loads of lessons with your current instructors.
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LOL, it's one thing to dislike my style, quite another to be disingenuous.
It's time you stop pretending, Fo.