Da wind……..”man”

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When a cold front comes through Nassau the wind starts clocking (clock wise) I chase the wind around the island (Nassau 7/21 miles) I can find a spot to ride anywhere ,allways looking for the best wind direction to go out riding or teaching in “cross-shore” is the best wind direction.

A cold front came through yesterday late, the wind was south south west (flatwater riding)I took a guest with me he was amazed at how friendly and helpfull the local riders are.

No big ego’s amongst  the local rider’s here in Nassau just a common interest in the sport we love.

There are no laws against kiteboarding in the bahamas yet , that meens please respect our launches and riding area’s don’t do anything you wouldn’t do on your own beach “please”.

the above pics where taken yesterday at one of the many kitable spots.

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Gday well I was a sailor for a few years that met a girl in the Bahamas and came back to visit her , got married 3 months later and that was 10 years and 3 kids ago. A lot has happened from then to now. How does the kite boarding fit into this? Well a few years ago my friend Capt Ben Gillard ,hooked me up with an old naish kite and a hammer direction board and said here ya go. And I haven’t looked back since. anyways I have been developing kite boarding in the Bahamas for a few years now.(a learning exp) AJ Watson

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