The Grenadines, Kitesurfing and Wing Foiling Destination

Kiteboarders or not, a kite trip across the the Grenadines is indeed a journey in paradise. It’s about escaping the cold winter, experiencing new spots every day, kite surf till the sunset, swim with turtles, meet the locals and spend the time of your life! Again, we bring you a unique adventure, combining luxury catamaran sailing with world-class kiteboarding and wing-foiling in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.

The Grenadines

Caribbean bliss awaits in the Grenadines

Experience

Our years of expertise ensure a memorable and well-organized trip

Our Catamaran

Providing a comfortable and luxurious base for your adventure

Safety

We take special care to ensure a secure environment for all of our guests

Kite and Wing School

Personalized one-on-one lessons for all skill levels

Equipment Rentals

Wide range of high-quality kite, kite-foil and wing- foil rentals on board

 

Best Kiteboarding and Wing-foiling spots in the Grenadines

What to Expect on The Grenadines Kite and Wing cruise

“This video unveils the Grenadines as the pinnacle destination for kiteboarding and wing-foiling. It offers a glimpse into what distinctive experiences awaiting you. The islands’ close proximity allows more time on the water and less on long sailing trips.

 

Embark on an adventure during the dry season, from December to May and enjoy warm waters, sunny skies, and consistent winds.  A variety of spots from flat to wavy, all with safety briefing cherish unforgettable drone-captured moments amidst spectacular scenery.

Tradewinds

The trade winds or easterlies are the permanent east-to-west prevailing winds that flow across the Caribbean.  They are strengthening during the winter and when the Arctic oscillation is in its warm phase. Trade winds have been used by captains of sailing ships to cross the world’s oceans for centuries. They enabled colonial expansion into the Americas, and trade routes to become established across the Atlantic Ocean.

A boat offers significant advantages when it comes to wind conditions, as the wind doesn’t always blow uniformly across all locations. With a boat, we have the flexibility to chase the wind in areas where it is lacking and find better, safer locations when the wind is too strong. This adaptability allows you to make the most of the varying wind conditions, ensuring an optimal experience whether you are sailing, kiteboarding, or simply enjoying the weather.

Kite and Wing sizes

Choosing the appropriate kite and wing sizes is crucial to fully enjoy this trip! We recommend bringing 8m and 11m kites for a 70 kg (154 lbs) rider, 10m and 13m kites for an 80 kg (176 lbs) rider, and 11m and 15m kites for heavier riders. Ideally, you would need 3 different kite sizes to cover all wind strength options, but we know that traveling with excessive luggage is a nightmare. We offer kite equipment rental to reduce your luggage and can complement the kite you don’t intend to bring.

For wing sizes, we recommend bringing 3.0m and 5.0m wings for a 70 kg (154 lbs) rider, 4.0m and 6.0m wings for an 80 kg (176 lbs) rider, and 5m and 7.5m wings for heavier riders. The choice of wing foil board should depend on your weight and experience. Rental options and lessons are available if needed. We offer wing rental to reduce your luggage, especially since the wing-foil board can be challenging to travel with, and can complement some of the gear you are bringing.

 

Catamaran 3D Tour

Perfect yacht for kite trips with ample storage space for kite equipment. The guest cabins are spacious and luminous, with private bathrooms and queen and king sized beds. Upper deck or “Fly bridge”, stern lounge and front deck with sun shades and cushions for maximum comfort.

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What Else to Do in the Grenadines?

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago in the Southern Caribbean, is a haven for lovers of nature and water sports. This destination showcases a multitude of scenic beaches, shimmering turquoise waters, and a dynamic coral reef, ideal for snorkeling and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). Visitors can journey through quaint local villages, visit historical landmarks, and witness breathtaking sunsets from a catamaran. Be sure not to miss the opportunity to savour local Caribbean cuisine while enjoying the tranquil backdrop of the serene sea.

Group type

Whether you prefer booking a private cruise or joining a shared cruise, the catamaran can accommodate up to eight (8) people in 4 double cabins, each with a private bathroom. In addition, the catamaran has 2 single cabins to accommodate your Captain and Chef. They will make sure you are getting the most out of your vacation.

BOOK FULL CATAMARAN

You can spend your time on the catamaran with your “private group” of friends and family. From 2 – 8 guests can enjoy the privacy and space of the entire catamaran and flexible, customisable itinerary.

BOOK CABIN(s)

Consider joining a “shared group” and embark on a voyage by booking one or more double cabins and share the catamaran with other like-minded couples, individuals or smaller groups who share you passion.

Certain periods, such as high season or holiday periods, have higher rates. Please inquire directly about the specific dates you’re interested in. 

Included in Price

Our team

 Skipper and a Chef comes with every charter no matter if you book a Full catamaran or cabins on the cruise.

skipper

Our experienced, licensed mariners are here to expertly navigate your adventure, uncovering hidden gems throughout your journey and prioritizing your safety. Serving as your sports guide, tourist guide, and local know-it-all, they possess a wealth of knowledge about each location you visit, ensuring every aspect is taken care of.

chef

An onboard chef elevates your cruise experience by preparing three delicious meals for you daily. In addition, they’ll lend a hand with launching and landing your kites, while keeping the yacht in pristine condition. Rest assured, a chef is included with every booking to ensure both your taste buds and kiteboarding needs are satisfied.

Periods in the Grenadines

The optimal time to visit St. Vincent and the Grenadine for kitesurfing, kite foiling, wing foiling, and sailing is during the winter and spring season, which lasts from December to May, during which time weather is sunny, water is warm and winds are reliable – exactly what you want!

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Guests becoming our Friends

 After 10 years running Kiteboarding Cruise, people have a lot to say about us

brian miller review

It was an absolutely fantastic week! We could not have asked for a better week-long experience. Tomaz went out of his way to find the perfect kiting spots and on non-wind days we were able to snorkel, swim, SUP and/or venture onto quaint Greek islands.

Brian Miller
Andreas Limbouris review

An exceptional captain and kiteboarding instructor who made us feel part of a crew. He went above and beyond in meeting the expectations of both kiteboarders and non-kiteboarders, made us feel safe on-board and is certainly someone you would enjoy spending time with

Andreas Limbouris
chris nunn review

What an amazing trip! Tomaz and Dasa were so helpful in setting up logistics, and Jose and Maria were an amazing captain/chef combo! So accommodating and genuinely fun! The food was amazing, and the kiting even better! The most epic kite spots I’ve ever kited!

Chris Nunn
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The trip was epic. I highly recommend it to anybody who is in love with the sea and kiting. Tomaz, the captain is knowledgeable of both sailing and kiting. We were five kiters celebrating a b-day. Tomaz took very good care of us. He brought us to areas unreachable by land with steady side-shore or off-shore winds. He was always available with the tender boat to assist when necessary. Peace of mind for new kiters or Wing goers. Tomaz has a calm attitude and he gave us different options every day about our itinerary.. 

Christian Fasulo
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The catamaran is spacious, comfortable and beautiful. Tomas is a very experienced captain and made sure we had the best conditions and experience. He was very helpful with the kite setup process and keeping an eye out when you are riding. Chef Bernard prepared some of the tastiest meals I’ve ever had and also helped the kiters when needed.. Both are awesome personalities and bring the whole trip to life..

Nell Kordalski
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I AM SO GLAD I DID THIS!!! I can’t say enough great things about this trip- it was amazing! The kite spots were wide open and beautiful, the food was delicious, and Alvaro and Stefano were fun company throughout, going above and beyond to make sure my trip hit a high note. A special shoutout to both of them! I loved the kiting footage as well, the drone shots were a real bonus. Many thanks to Tomaz and Dasa for a great week, it was a pleasure meeting you, and I hope to catch you all again in Greece ?

Mary Nolan
scott tandoi review

An unbelievably incredible and memorable experience. Tomaz runs his company with considerable professionalism, not skipping the small details that really take the trip to the next level. A special shout out to Desroy and all his hard work and Frank for all his excellent meals!

Scott Tandoi
Roger Anderson review

We all greatly appreciated the wonderful meals, keeping the adventure safely moving, and rescuing us when our kites pulled us out into the ocean. This was definately a “Bucket List” adventure with no disappointments.

Roger Anderson

We’ve just returned from our second fantastic holiday with KBC Marco and Mr. were brilliant hosts and made the week stress-free, relaxing and fun. Nothing was too much effort for them, and they really put themselves out to make our week as enjoyable as possible. The group we met on the boat were so much fun and made the whole experience really memorable..

Louise Falle

FAQ Grenadines

What does the typical itinerary look like?

Our carefully crafted itinerary includes the islands of Antigua and Barbuda. Please read this in combination with the content in “How the Day Looks” to get a better idea of what to expect.

Sample Itinerary:

Day 1, Saturday: Begin your adventure in Jolly Harbour marina, a resort village on the west coast of the island. There’s no kite or wing session on the first day, but you are welcome to get some action at Jabberwock beach or just relax at the swimming pool a few meters from the catamaran before boarding at 6 pm.

Day 2, Sunday: Today, we head towards Red Head Island, a kite and wing spot on the east side. Spend the day honing your kiteboarding and wing-foiling skills under the guidance of our crew. Besides the kite and wing agenda, you can enjoy swimming, the beach, snorkeling, or try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding. We’ll anchor for the night at the tranquil Great Bird Island.

Day 3, Monday: Our next stop is Cocoa Point on the southern tip of Barbuda, an incredible mirror-flat kite and wing spot. Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of this Princess Diana’s sandy beach and turquoise waters. For interested parties, we can arrange a bird-watching land-based exploration together with unique caves and a pink beach.

Day 4, Tuesday: On day 4, we sail to Spanish Point, still on Barbuda, known for its spectacular coral reefs, making it a perfect spot not just for kite and wing-foiling but also for snorkeling and diving. You can see colorful marine life and an impressive underwater landscape.

Day 5, Wednesday: Early morning sail to Stingray Reef. Besides kite and wing exercises, you get to spend the day at Stingray Reef, a hidden gem offering a unique experience to swim with stingrays in their natural habitat.

Day 6, Thursday: The famous Green Island is just around the corner. A small uninhabited island off the east coast of Antigua is believed by many to be the best kite and wing-foil spot in the entire Caribbean. Also, the beaches are pristine, and the surrounding coral reefs are vibrant and teeming with life, indeed a paradise.

Day 7, Friday: Cades Reef – The last day of our journey takes us to Cades Reef, Antigua’s largest coral reef. It’s a snorkeler’s paradise, with a variety of marine life and stunning underwater views. After a full day of exploration, we’ll return to Jolly Harbour, marking the end of our unforgettable journey through Antigua and Barbuda.

Depending on wind conditions, people’s preferences, and kiteboarding/wing-foiling skills, the itinerary will be adjusted. We aim to deliver a one-of-a-kind experience, bringing you to perfect spots at the right times while avoiding rough seas. It’s possible the itinerary may miss some places described while spending more time in others, all with the agreement of everybody on board.

How does the typical day look like?

Start your day with a delicious breakfast prepared by our skilled chef at 8 am, catering to your dietary preferences.

Morning is dedicated to kiteboarding and wing-foiling, with our expert crew ensuring a safe and thrilling experience for all skill levels.

Later, before or after go snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), and exploring pristine beaches throughout the day. Depend of where we are there are difernt things to experience.  Discover vibrant marine life and the stunning underwater world in the turquoise Caribbean waters.

Enjoy a tasty onboard lunch at 1 pm. Afterward, continue with water activities or sail to a new location. We set sail to the next spot the following morning.

At 6 pm, savor a delightful three-course dinner onboard. Unwind on the boat, socialize with the crew, and relax after a satisfying day. Twice a week, venture ashore to experience village life, immerse yourself in SVG culture, and embrace the lively nightlife.

In summary, expect a perfect blend of excitement, relaxation, and cultural immersion. Each day in the Grenadines is a unique and unforgettable experience.

How is the wind in the Grenadines?

The trade winds or easterlies are the permanent east-to-west prevailing winds that flow across the Caribbean.  They are strengthening during the winter and when the Arctic oscillation is in its warm phase. Trade winds have been used by captains of sailing ships to cross the world’s oceans for centuries. They enabled colonial expansion into the Americas, and trade routes to become established across the Atlantic Ocean.

There’s a 100% chance of wind speeds reaching up to 3 Beaufort or 10 knots.

There’s an 97% chance of wind speeds reaching up to 4 Beaufort or 16 knots.

There’s a 51% chance of wind speeds reaching up to 5 Beaufort or 21 knots.

There’s only a 5% chance of wind speeds reaching up to 6 Beaufort or 27 knots.

A boat offers significant advantages when it comes to wind conditions, as the wind doesn’t always blow uniformly across all locations. With a boat, we have the flexibility to chase the wind in areas where it is lacking and find better, safer locations when the wind is too strong. This adaptability allows you to make the most of the varying wind conditions, ensuring an optimal experience whether you are sailing, kiteboarding, or simply enjoying the weather.

How to get here to the Grenadines?

You can get to Antigua and Barbuda by air, with direct flights from several major cities including London, New York, Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Orlando, and Toronto. The airport code for Saint John’s Antigua is ANU.

V.C. Bird International Airport, located in the northeast corner of Antigua, is the main point of entry for visitors arriving by air to Antigua and Barbuda. The airport offers direct flights and connections from various locations around the world, including North America, Europe, and Brazil.

From North America, major airlines such as American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines, Air Canada, and JetBlue offer direct flights from cities like New York, Miami, Atlanta, Toronto, and Montreal. In addition, there are options to connect via San Juan and St. Martin.

European travelers can find direct flights and connections from major cities like London, Paris, Milan, and Frankfurt. Airlines such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Condor, and Air France operate flights to Antigua and Barbuda. There might be seasonal variations in flight availability, so it’s a good idea to check ahead.

Inter-island travel is also available, with scheduled and charter services connecting Antigua and Barbuda to many neighboring islands.

Please remember to verify the latest flight information, as routes and schedules are subject to change.

What kite or wing sizes do I need?

Choosing the appropriate kite and wing sizes is crucial to fully enjoy this trip! We recommend bringing 8m and 11m kites for a 70 kg (154 lbs) rider, 10m and 13m kites for an 80 kg (176 lbs) rider, and 11m and 15m kites for heavier riders. Ideally, you would need 3 different kite sizes to cover all wind strength options, but we know that traveling with excessive luggage is a nightmare. We offer kite equipment rental to reduce your luggage and can complement the kite you don’t intend to bring.

For wing sizes, we recommend bringing 3.0m and 5.0m wings for a 70 kg (154 lbs) rider, 4.0m and 6.0m wings for an 80 kg (176 lbs) rider, and 5m and 7.5m wings for heavier riders. The choice of wing foil board should depend on your weight and experience. Rental options and lessons are available if needed. We offer wing rental to reduce your luggage, especially since the wing-foil board can be challenging to travel with, and can complement some of the gear you are bringing.

 

How is the boat better than being on a location in terms of the wind?

In the Caribbean, the wind is generally consistent across all locations; however, being on a boat still offers significant advantages. Leveraging our experience and knowledge, we select different locations based on the wind strength during the week. Some spots perform best with stronger winds, while others might be more enjoyable in lighter wind conditions. Our ability to move freely and select the ideal locations for the prevailing wind strength ensures an optimal experience, whether you’re kiteboarding, sailing, or simply soaking up the weather.

What exactly is included in the price?

We strive to provide the ultimate kiteboarding, wing-foiling and sailing adventure, complete with luxurious accommodations, exciting activities, and top-notch service. Here is a detailed list of what is included in the price:

Included in the Package:

  • Accommodation on Catamaran in Double Cabin(s) with Bathroom(s)
  • Bed linen
  • Skipper / Kite Guide
  • Surveillance and Rescue
  • Kite Spot information
  • Sightseeings / Organizing Activities

Included Additional Amenities:

  • Towels 
  • Professional Chef or Hostess
  • Full Board Food – 3 Meals per Day (Including Snacks, Fruits, and Soft drinks)
  • Alcohol Drinks
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Stand up paddle SUP
  • Subglider

Included Mandatory Services:

  • Yacht Insurance
  • Cleaning Service
  • Port Fees and Water
  • Yacht and Motorboat Fuel
  • Tourist and Local Taxes
What exactly is NOT included in the price?

Not Included in the Package:

  1. Transportation: Flights, ferries, and taxis to and from the departure and arrival locations are not included.

  2. Dinners Out: During the trip, we encourage our guests to experience the local cuisine and culture by enjoying two dinners at local restaurants. 

  3. Excessive Alcohol Consumption: While alcohol drinks are available as an additional amenity, excessive alcohol consumption is not covered. 

  4. Kiteboarding Kite Foil and Wing Foil Lessons: Kiteboarding and wing foil lessons are not included in the package price. If you wish to take lessons during your trip, please note that they will be at additional charge.

  5. Assistance: With this service, we are keeping you safe while you progress on your way to becoming an independent upwind rider. Service is intended for people who do not need more lessons but need more practice to be able to stay upwind. At the same time, we are making kite spots safer for other independed users on the water. Besides motor-boat escort and unlimited upwind motorboat reach this service includes assistance with kite setup and safety checks.

  6. Equipment Rentals: The package price does not cover the rental of kiteboarding, kite foiling and wing foiling equipment. If you wish to rent gear, please be aware that this will be an additional cost.

Payments

You have the option to pay your total booking cost upfront in one payment. However, we also offer a flexible instalment plan with specified deadlines, applicable to both “Private Cruise Bookings” and “Shared Cruise Cabin Bookings”:

  • 10% of the total booking cost is payable either at the time of booking or within 24 hours (as a reservation).
  • An additional 40% of the total booking cost should be settled no later than 30 days after the booking date.
  • The remaining 50% of the total booking cost must be paid no less than 60 days before the event start date (please refer to your booking for the exact date).

For bookings made between 90 and 60 days before the event start date (please refer to your booking for the exact date), a 60% initial payment of the total booking cost is required at the time of booking.

If you’re booking less than 60 days before the cruise start date, the full 100% of the total booking cost must be paid at the time of booking.

Cancellation

We understand that life can sometimes be unpredictable, leading to the need to cancel your booking. In such circumstances, we kindly request you to promptly notify us at info@kiteboarding-cruise.com. Please note, all cancellations incur a cancellation fee plus a 5% administrative charge. The fee amount is determined by the timing of the cancellation in relation to your booking and cruise commencement date, and it is expressed as a percentage of your total booking cost:

  • Within the first 24 hours of booking or reserving: 0%
  • From 24 hours post booking up to 30 days from the booking date: 10%
  • From 31 days post booking until 91 days prior to the event date (please check your booking for the exact date): 50%
  • Within 90 days or less prior to the event date (please refer to your booking for the specific date): 100%

Please be advised, if your payment schedule does not correspond with the terms mentioned in the payments section of this page, your cancellation fees might vary from the ones outlined above, reflecting your specific payment terms. To avoid any misunderstandings, in case of a booking cancellation under a distinct payment plan, all payments received by us until the point of cancellation will be kept.

Can I book as a single traveller?

Solo travelers are welcome to book a double cabin and enjoy a full cabin to themselves. If booking is not for peak season weeks, we can offer a price reduction from the cabin price.

Sometimes we can also assist in finding a cabin-mate for you. If this is your preference, please let us know and we can try matching you with other individuals who share the same preference.

If you’re considering booking a solo trip, please send us an email at info@kiteboarding-cruise.com.

What is the currency in the Grenadines?

The official currency of Antigua and Barbuda is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar (XCD) however they also accept American Dollar (USD) and it is quite normal to use credit cards on every corner.

Do I need a visa to travel to the Grenadines?

For most travelers, a visa is not required to visit the Grenadines. However, visa requirements can vary depending on your nationality. Citizens of many countries enjoy visa-free entry for a specified period. It is advisable to check the visa requirements specific to your country before traveling.

Why Kiteboarding Cruise Grenadines?

16 reasons why you should choose Kiteboarding Cruise

Unmatched Experience as pioneers in the Field: We were the first to offer kiteboarding cruises in the Cyclades, giving us unparalleled experience and expertise.

Customer Satisfaction: Our guests’ testimonials paint the most accurate picture of the exceptional service, exhilarating experiences, and lasting memories you can expect when you choose Kiteboarding Cruise Company.

Expert Crew: Our highly-trained crew is equipped to handle extreme conditions and ensure your safety.

Activities for Everyone: Our crew organizes additional activities and takes care of other arrangements, ensuring that both kiteboarders and non-kiteboarders have a fantastic time.

Reliable Equipment: We provide the latest Duotone kite, wing, and foil equipment for a reliable and enjoyable kiteboarding experience.

Personalized Itineraries: We tailor each cruise to our guests’ specific needs and preferences, making every trip a unique experience.

High Rate of Returning Guests: Our most compelling endorsement comes from the large number of guests who return time and again for more kiteboarding adventures with us. Their loyalty demonstrates the trust and satisfaction they have in our service and the extraordinary experiences we offer.

Boat Launch & Landing Expertise: Our crew is trained in safe boat-based kite and wing launching and landing techniques, ensuring a seamless experience.

Powerful Rescue Boat: Our upgraded rescue motor boat is capable of handling high winds and waves, ensuring a safe and reliable rescue service when needed.

Innovative Teaching Methods: Our unique approach to instruction makes kiteboarding accessible and enjoyable for everyone, even beginners.

Safety Precautions: We emphasize safety, with crew members well-versed in potential dangers and preventive measures, thus ensuring a secure and worry-free experience.

Authentic Greek Experience: Our local knowledge allows us to provide a unique and immersive experience, showcasing the best of Greek culture, cuisine, and scenery.

Flexible Equipment Options: With a wide range of gear on board, you can travel light and have peace of mind knowing that we can handle any equipment needs or issues. We know how to quickly fix things or/and provide a supplement so your vacation can continue.

Direct Communication: By booking directly with us, you have the advantage of discussing your preferences and requirements without a middleman.

Eco-Friendly Practices: We prioritize sustainable tourism to minimize our environmental impact and promote responsible kiteboarding.

Better Value: Direct booking with us offers more value for your money compared to third-party platforms.

Are cruises organised and operated by your company, or do you act as a reseller for other providers' cruises?

We are proud to say that we directly execute all our kiteboarding cruises. We do not outsource or sell other people’s cruises. This allows us to maintain our high standards of service, safety, and expertise, ensuring you receive an exceptional experience.

By booking directly with us, you receive more value for your money compared to booking through third-party platforms. Additionally, you’ll have the benefit of communicating with us directly, without the need for a middleman, ensuring that your discussed preferences will be met on board.

What are the top locations for kitesurfing and wing foiling in the Grenadines?

The best kite and wing locations are scattered between the main island of St. Vincent to the north and the main island of Grenada to the south. All of these spots are accessible only by boat. A catamaran, with its shallow draft, is perfect for reaching these ideal locations and getting close to the shore. Depending on your preferences, wind conditions, and cruise duration, you can choose to explore spots on Union Island, including Frigate, Mayreau Island, Tobago Cays, Canouan Island, Palm Island, Mopion, Petit Saint Vincent, Carriacou, and more.

Do we need to chase the wind, or does the wind blow uniformly throughout the Grenadines?

In the Caribbean, the wind is generally consistent across all locations; however, being on a boat still offers significant advantages. Leveraging our experience and knowledge, we select different locations based on the wind strength during the week. Some spots perform best with stronger winds, while others might be more enjoyable in lighter wind conditions. Our ability to move freely and select the ideal locations for the prevailing wind strength ensures an optimal experience, whether you’re kiteboarding, sailing, or simply soaking up the weather.

What are the advantages of taking kite/wing/foil lessons from a boat?

Taking kite/wing/foil lessons from a boat provides several advantages. Firstly, the instructor is always within close proximity to the student, enabling them to provide guidance and feedback in real-time while ensuring the student’s safety. The instructor can also escort the student with a motorboat, bringing them upwind and saving them time and energy that would otherwise be spent walking back upwind on the beach or water. Moreover, during a brief break-up-wind drive, students can receive additional tips on how to improve their skills and take a well-deserved break.

What is the best time of year for kitesurfing in the Grenadines?

The optimal time to visit the Grenadines for kitesurfing, kite foiling, wing foiling, and sailing is during the dry season, which spans from December to May. This period offers the perfect blend of strong and reliable trade winds, and warm, sunny weather. 

Which location in the Grenadines is the safest and ideal for beginners to learn kiteboarding, and wing foiling?

For beginners seeking the safest and ideal location to learn kiteboarding and wing foiling in the Grenadines, our school offers the perfect setting. Our skilled instructors are well-versed in local conditions and provide expert guidance. We prioritize ample space away from crowded areas for a comfortable learning experience. With the increase in sargassum seaweed on the beaches, our use of a catamaran and a rescue boat for our lessons helps us avoid these areas, providing a clear and clean space for learning. With private instruction, personalized attention, and top-notch gear, you’ll receive the best learning experience possible. Our motor-boat assistance allows us to access secure and secluded spots, away from any potential hazards. Your safety and rapid progress are our top priorities, without compromising the quality of our lessons.

How long does it take to learn kitesurfing?

In typical onshore conditions, it can take around 16 hours to learn how to kitesurf. However, when learning from our boat, you can learn in as little as 6-8 hours. There are several reasons why this method is more effective. Firstly, our instructors can provide constant feedback and guidance throughout the lesson as they remain close to the student. Secondly, we conduct our lessons in private areas away from crowds, minimizing distractions and increasing focus. Thirdly, we utilize a motorboat to bring the student upwind, giving them time to rest and regain their strength. Fourthly, we do not include the time needed to assemble and disassemble equipment within the lesson hour, ensuring that students receive the full hour for instruction. Finally, students can take short breaks at any time and enjoy refreshments like water that we carry on board the boat.

What are the worst months to visit the Grenadines?

The least favorable months to visit the Grenadines for water sports such as kitesurfing, wing-foiling, and sailing are typically during the peak of the hurricane season, spanning from August to October. This period is characterized by unpredictable weather and the potential for storms or hurricanes. Additionally, the winds can be inconsistent, which is not ideal for engaging in kitesurfing and wing-foiling activities. However, during this time, we offer exciting kitesurfing, kiteboarding, and wing foiling cruises in the Mediterranean, in Croatia and Greece. 

I am still struggling with staying upwind while kiteboarding/wing-foiling. Is this cruise suitable for me, and do I need to pre-book lessons?

Yes, this cruise is suitable for you even if you’re still working on your upwind skills in kiteboarding or wing-foiling. It seems you do not need additional lessons but merely assistance. Instead of providing formal lessons, our experienced crew will offer you “Assistance.” This approach allows you to save some money and progress quickly to become an independent rider.