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31 Mar, 2015

Kiteboarding competition Rulles

The PKRA in now " Virgin Kitesurf World Championships " with a new set of rules.

Published on Mar 24, 2015

The Naish team in Morocco goes over some of the new details and rules on the Virgin Kitesurf World Championships. Hear how they are going to run the Freestyle, Wave and Big with with Riders - Airel Corniel, Paul Serin, Kevin Langeree, Jalou Langeree and myself Jesse.

04 Mar, 2015

Miami F. March brake

Miami is the host for spring break, the the Miami Open Tennis, Ultra Music Festival.

And just a local day at the beach.

19 Jan, 2015

Hydro foil boarding #miamikiteboarding

Miami is the place to get your kiteboarding lessons for foil boarding. #miamikiteboarding

30 Oct, 2014


Miami kiteboarding deals

It is time for giving. And we have the best deal offered . I is a standard 1/2 day lessons. ( 4 hrs dock to dock boat charter kiteboarding lesson) as a 2 lessons for the price one gift card. ( this is to be redeemed after Dec 25, and good till May 24,This special is not to be in conjunction with other specials ) The giving time is hear ” CIBER THURSDAY, TO BLACK FIRDAY ”

02 Jul, 2014

Beach, july 4th

Hatteras NC is not the place this 4 th of July

Hurricane Warning
Eastern North Carolina
3 hours ago – National Weather Service

Storm motion was n or 360 degrees at 7 mph ... Storm intensity was 70 mph ... Preparations should be made for the threat of very dangerous winds producing widespread damage ...

Dare County issued a mandatory evacuation for Hatteras Island late this afternoon as Tropical Storm Arthur strengthened and hurricane watches were changed to warnings along the eastern North Carolina coast.At the 5 p.m. update from the Hurricane Center, Arthur was a strong tropical storm and still off the Florida coast. However, it was only four miles per hour from becoming a hurricane with the winds up to 70 mph. Pressure was up to 997 millibars, and the storm continued to move north at 7 mph.The storm was much better organized this afternoon and forecasters said the wind field was expanding. Further intensification is expected later tonight and tomorrow and Arthur is still forecast to pass very close to Cape Hatteras in the early morning Friday as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of 85 mph.The Dare County Control Group met at 5:30 and issued a mandatory evacuation order for residents and visitors on Hatteras Island beginning at 5 a.m. Thursday. After 5 a.m. Thursday, no access will be allowed to Hatteras Island. The county advises all Hatteras Island residents and visitors to evacuate as expediently as possible during daylight hours on Thursday before the effects of Tropical Storm Arthur begin to bring high winds, rough seas, dangerous rip currents, and the potential for water and sand overwash on Highway 12.A State of Emergency has been issued for all of Dare County with the only restriction being the mandatory evacuation of Hatteras Island.Visitors should evacuate with all personal belongings and follow instructions offered by their property management company. Those evacuating to areas north of Dare County are encouraged to travel westbound on Highway 64 to Interstate 95. Evacuating through the rural areas to the west of Dare County will help avoid traffic backups and congestion that may prolong evacuation by traveling northbound through the Hampton Roads portion of Virginia. Hatteras and Ocracoke are expected to experience high seas, heavy rain, high winds, coastal flooding, and rip currents.Tropical storm force winds are forecast to start affecting Hatteras and Ocracoke in the evening on Thursday. Hurricane force winds are expected to arrive after midnight and continue into the early morning hours of Friday. Sustained winds of 83 mph are forecast with gusts to 104.The winds will begin from the southeast and shift to the east and northeast then shift to the north and northwest as the storm passes Cape Hatteras. Seas across the coastal waters will build to 15 to 25 feet. Breaking waves of 16 to 17 feet are expected with possible major beach erosion on south-facing beaches. When the wind shifts, the storm surge from the Pamlico Sound on lower Hatteras and Ocracoke is expected to be moderate, causing coastal flooding of 2 to 4 feet on the back side of the islands.The storm will accelerate to northeast as it passes Cape Hatteras on Friday.MORE INFORMATIONThe local NWS weather service office in Newport's website is The National Hurricane Center can be found at

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