What a cracking BUSY day!

Hey all,

lots of kites at Longy
Lots of kites out

I’m glad to see that nearly everyone got a good kite session in today. I’ve been sick all week so had to sit this one out on the sidelines. So how do I know that everyone was out today? Well the photo speaks for itself. I was sitting down in the sun at Dee Why and counted over 30 kites in the air and could still see people pumping up on the beach! That is seriously busy stuff for Long Reef! The wind didn’t look super strong judging by the size of everyones kites and it looked very weak south of the pole.

An interesting thing is I keep hearing that people want to start kiting at Longy and in the surf however they are a little apprehensive about the waves being too big. Well today would have been perfect as there was very small surf and good wind. If you chose not to head to Longy today and you want to try and get out into the sea a little more then unfortunately you’ve missed out today. If this sounds like a thought that has gone through your head and it keeps you from trying drop us an email and we’ll help assist you get over your fears of the waves and being out in the open sea. :)

Well I hope everyone stayed safe and there were no mishaps or tangles!

Good to also see the WhatsApp group working this week as well, lots of info and updates on wind recently. If you want to join the group just shoot Pete an email at pete@kitesurfing.com.au

Have a good week..


2 thoughts on “What a cracking BUSY day!”

  1. it was amazing to see Dee Why and Long Reef in the picture. I was nipper president at DY SLSC from 2004 – 2006 and it brought back great memories. I’ve been living on the Sunshine Coast for nearly nine years and have only just taken up kiting. I’ve got myself a Sonic 12 metre kite and slingshot board . If anyone is keen to visit and link up with fellow kite surfers and Ocean Addicts please call on 0410 552 771. Maroochydore is an awesome place to visit and kite.

    1. Thanks Grant!! I’m aiming to get a lot more pictures in the future and expand on things locally a little.. You are however now in a much better place for wind… :)

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