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waterwind2012



Joined: 24 Jan 2014
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Location: Monza, Italy

PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 3:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

dllee wrote:
I would contact Delta Windsurf Co. and 101 Surfsports and ask.
Pretty sure both can rent longterm and allow travel.


Thank you very much. I'll do
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jse



Joined: 17 Apr 1995
Posts: 1374
Location: Maui

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2019 4:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Tips for windsurfing in California Reply with quote

waterwind2012 wrote:
Hi to everybody!

I am Fabio from Italy.

I will be in California next August, and I would like to have some windsurfing sessions there.

I am an intermediate level windsurfer, who like both flat waters and waveriding sessions (safe and not huge swell - I often go to South Africa, or Oman, and use 80 liters board).

I will not have my windsurfing equipment with me, so I will have to rent.

I ask your help to find ideal spots, in San Francisco, San Diego, and LA areas, where to rent and have wave or flat waters sessions.

I'd also appreciate if you can suggest websites where I can find a good review of the spots.

Thanks for your contribute.

Fabio


If you have time, since you came this far, Maui is a short 4.5 hour flight Smile

Steve
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waterwind2012



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PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 4:48 am    Post subject: Re: Tips for windsurfing in California Reply with quote

jse wrote:


If you have time, since you came this far, Maui is a short 4.5 hour flight Smile

Steve


Hi Steve. Maui is the dream of every windsurfer.... You are right, after 15 hours flight, it would be worth of doing other 4.5 hours to be in heaven.... (even if I heard that August is not the best period for windsurfing in Maui).

But, I will be on holiday with my family, this time, and the target will be to visit part of California in two weeks..... (which is, already, an hard job) I guess I'll like it, so there's a chance I will come again, maybe with friends only.., and mainly for windsurfing. So, maybe, I will also come to Maui, who knows.

So far, I understood that I will have the chance to ride in San Francisco Bay, with lots of rental centers where to hire, and nice spots, with good wind on summer time (I hope I can try Crissy field).

It would be more difficult to ride in Southern California, also because winds are lighter, there, on summer time. Probably, summer is better for surfing than for windsurfing in Southern California, so, probably, I'll hire and go surfing, when I'll be there.

Thanks. Fabio
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