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kitesurfbali
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Local Beach: Kite Beach, Sanur , Bali, Indonesia
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Postby kitesurfbali » Wed May 15, 2002 5:19 pm

Hello friends,

with the 1 of June our kiteschool will open again, please send to all the people do you think can be intersted about it, and ask them to make early booking.
for more info http://www.blueoasisbc.com
Bye Jankie

A professional kitesurf instructor from Australia Graham Baker from Choice Kitesurfing School Perth, will be in Bali from June 2002 till September, BOOK NOW FOR LESSONS.

Learn to Kite at our School

Our lessons are conducted in a safe user-friendly environment and lessons can be structured to suit individual's need. Your safety is of utmost importance to us so we use a special design rescue boat to keep a close eye on you. All student wear life vest and helmets.



Beginner's Star-up and Safety Package



Introduction to Kitesurfing safety course

2 hours 60 US$

Learn rigging, safe set-up, launching and landing a power kite, on land both assisted and unassisted. Controlling the kite in the neutral zone. Understanding 'luffing' and dealing with crossed lines. Emergency release, understand how to water-relaunch your kite and most important the EMERGENCY SELF RECOVERY.



Kite Flying Practice

Stunt Kite: 5 US$ per hour

Power Kite: 25 US$ per hour

Fly a smaller kite to practice steering, power stroke and learn how to fly



Get Wet.... Feel the Power!

40 US$ per hour

First on land practice getting into the foot straps of the board, then launch your kite unassisted and get into the water.

Practice steering, body drag, upwind body drag, emergency release, water re-launch and emergency recovery.

For your safety we have a custom built rescue boat in the water with an instructor on board to give you tips and offer assistance should you require it.



Waterstart.... Up and Going!

40 US$ per hour ONE ON ONE

Get in the water with a kite and board, water start, learn body positioning, consistent kite control, steering the board, edging, sailing down wind, then you are up and going!



Intermediate and advance lessons

40 US$ per hour ONE ON ONE



Gybing - 1 hour

How to carve your directional board, switch feet and plane out of your turn.



Upwind - 1 hour

Learn how to 'edge' and hold a rail, control your speed and sail upwind.



Ram-Air foils - 1 hour

Learn safe launching and recovery of a ram-air foil kite. Learn water launching and self rescue.



Wakeboards, Twin Tips - 1 hour

Learn how to use this advance style of board that will increase your fun in the water.



Private Coaching

Let us help you develop your skills and fine tune and techniques. For those who want to boost air, loop and lots more.

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Postby Toby » Wed May 15, 2002 8:49 pm

let us know about your wind conditions.

thx
Toby

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Postby Guest » Thu May 16, 2002 6:33 pm

Bali and Kitesurfing-mmmh skepticism!
Been there 2 times and the wind around Sanur/Eastcoast of Bali is very gusty when present-but most of my time there=8weeks I couldn`t kitesurf due to only 5-8knts of wind.I had only 3 decent sessions.But good beginner area inside reef,shallow and clean,of course warm about 28degrees Celsius.
All in all Bali is best for surfing mainly in the waves and if you are also a kitesurfer than bring along some gear-you might eventually get to iuse it...probably?!


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