Kite Surfing in Hong Kong

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  • #7806
    Anonymous
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    pics from Shenzhen: xcs2.jpg

    xcs1.jpg [email protected]

    #7807
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Hi,
    I’m working on a new Kite for snow and Kite surfing. Can someone help me to find a manufacturer in Guangdong?
    Thanks
    Yps

    #7808
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Charlie,
    do you know where I can learn kitesurfing in Hk exactly?
    I would like surf in Denmark, but the water is so cold when I fall through…

    wave Phatch

    #7809
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Denmark?
    When you get to Hong Kong find me on the beach.
    CharlieF

    #7810
    DocMartin
    Member

    Seems this is the spot for kitesurfing on Cheung Chau – north end of the main (Tung Wan) beach. cheung_chau_kitesurfing.jpg

    #7811
    jay chau
    Member

    hi all, i just join in the site.

    I’m a v keen windsurfer fr 2000-2006. And fr 06′ till forever, I’m a v devoted kiteboarder. Here’s the info for local spots:

    http://kiteboarding4ever.blogspot.com/2007/02/where-to-go-in-hk.html

    feel free to contact me at [email protected]

    cheers

    #7812
    Patrizio
    Member

    Hi Nir,

    I’m an Italian guy who is living in Dongguan now and I’d like start with kyte surf. I’m looking for a school in Shenzhen because is easy go there for me.
    Do u know any school or teacher in Shenzhen?

    Thanks
    patrik

    #8504
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Hey guys, check out this Hong Kong kitesurfing meetup group I’m launching! You may find something helpful.
    http://www.meetup.com/the-hong-kong-kitesurfing-asia-pacific/

    #8850
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Hi,
    I’m from France & ‘ll be visting HK this August.
    My first question is what ‘re the weather conditions for kitesurfing during this period ?
    Thx in advance for any reply
    Regards

    #8856

    Hi:

    Sorry to be late replying; late seeing your post.

    I'm not a kitesurfer; but in August, winds are unreliable.

    Often not a lot of wind, but at times there are tropical storms and even typhoons – with winds that just may be ok for the sport [with care: hard to predict these storms, which at times change course or intensify with little warming, and of course hurricane force winds too intense and dangerous].

    As I write, almost August, and rainy spell, with some intense winds as thunderstorms move over.

    Martin

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