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Miami Kiteboarding Lessons

Booking  kiteboarding lesson, your kitesurfing school. With kite foiling completing all play life style.It is our privilege to provide you with a great kiteboarding lesson, gear, locations, and adventure boat charters. Your life you way, signature real deal kiteboarding lessons. Signature real deal Kiteboarding lessons are for you about you, about you  Miami Fl. life style, your life your way, kiteboarding.  We here waiting for you.

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lessons are available in a gift certificate; for the Season. Call 305 898 1700 for arrangements. We will e-mail you a personal coupon (coupons are transferable). 20% off Bought 2 weeks In advance of lesson. but  time, scheduling at all available times.

We have grate locations, gear and carer kitesurfing instructors providing the signature service real deal kiteboarding lesson. Kitesurfing lessons are very different for all. For this reason we, focus on privet and seamy privet lessons.  We do as much as you like at your speed of learning. Level of accomplishment is based on the speed of your progression. A good idea of progression steps are outlined with the International kiteboarding Occasion ( IKO ). We have group lessons, with in mind that it would not be as intens, or a group that there are people wonting to feel it out a bit.Florida Kiteboarding Lessons$45 kitesurfing TeasInside to kitesurfing lessons and kite flight •Have fun, a introduction •Learn the fundamentals •A group lesson   Miami kiteboarding-lessons #miami #beac$287, 3 hr kitesurfing (4 hr boat charter)Most popular starting kitesurfing lesson• Have fun learning a great sport in a safe environment• Another solid excuse to be on the water having fun.

1454929254213_crazyfly_babes$530 / 6 hr kitesurfing ( 2 X 4 hr boat charter)This is usually 2 days of great kite surfing· This is your time to work on what you need· The design is two days of three hours a day· Know the basics and want a fresh up! Skills & knowledge is how we arm you!
·6 hours of instruction to get hooked on the great sport of kiteboarding / Kitesurfing
·Projected IKO goals and learning steps: Level 2

  Miami-kiteboarding lessons$690 kitesurfing (3 X 4 hr boat charter)Usually take you out for three days of kitesurfing• Have fun learning a great sport in a safe environment• This is your time to work on what you need• Another solid excuse to be on the water having fun.• Intense kite surfing instruction for 9 hours (three, three hr lessons)Projected IKO goals and learning steps: Level 2 to 3 IKO3 X 1/2 day

20140316-4$138/ hr. Private kitesurfing lessonsYour water time on kiteboarding skills you need· Improve your skills if you are an intermediate or advanced kite surfer with a professional coach who will provide technical pointers on maybe setting up gear, staying upwind tacking, jumping and advanced tricks and latest moves.

$276 / 2hr
$414 / 3hr
$552 / 4 hr

 

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Lessons Cancellation Policy By 12Kite

Instructors at 12 kite are not responsible for weather conditions, lessons are contingent on weather conditions. Weather conditions that are not conducive for kite surfing are determined by 12 Kite.– 12 kite provides a full refund for lessons cancelled by the instructor.eg. no wind = full refund, or Hurricane = full refund– Lessons that are not completed due to inappropriate weather or staffing are eligible for partial refund.– Partial refund is based on the hourly rate of time used.
Lessons Cancellation Policy 
By Guest
Lessons should be booked well in advance.– To qualify for a refund a guest must cancel booked lessons 14 days prior to booked time.– Guests are responsible for attending booked lessons. There is no refund for unattended lesson within designated availability. Designated availability is not permitted to restrict Guests availability within 14 days of lessonWe at 12 kite will do our best to ensure you enjoy your experience with us.Miami Kitesurfing, Maurice Gibb Memorial Park 33133

Buy lessonsFoiling, Groups or PartesWhat is Foiling?
Your Kiteboarding Lesson A boat whose hull is fitted underneath with shaped vanes (foils) that lift the hull clear of the water to increase the boat’s speed.
Invented in 1898 by Enrico For laning, the hydrofoil has been used in a wide variety of applications. They have been used on military ships, transport vessels, and even helped team Oracle win the America’s Cup. Soon you will see them coming to a kite beach near you on what is widely known as a foil board.

With their incredible efficiency, a foil board can turn a sub-par day into a stellar day. With the ability to go 25knots in 10knots of wind the foil certainly has some advantages. In addition the foil allows you to ride above the water surface, essentially floating in mid air. The feeling is serene and thrilling at the same time.
The Gear
Hydro foiling is all about one thing….the foil. Getting the right setup is really important and with a bunch of manufactures popping up, there are more options than you know what to do with.
I personally recommend the Lift foil board by MHL Customs. They are based out of Puerto Rico and make some amazing custom carbon boards and foils. They have been making foil boards for the past four years and have just released their latest version. The best part about the Lift is that you can easily change out the foils for racing or recreational riding. As well you will be able to upgrade all parts without having to buy an entire new set up if the technology changes down the line. The 2014 Lift foil boards have been tuned to be very user-friendly too.
With the Lift, the board, strut, fuselage and foils disassemble for easy pack-up. As a beginner you’re looking for a stable low to mid aspect wing. They are easier to ride, more stable and will offer the easiest learning curve. There are many people that are racing on the mid aspect Lift foils since they are so much easier to ride. There are also high aspect racing foils made for speed. They go super fast, but they are really hard to ride, even for advanced foil borders.
Conditions
There are a few things to consider before heading out into the water on your new toy. First and foremost is the water depth. The foil rides about 3 ft below the surface of the water so making sure to have ample clearance is essential for the well-being of your gear. Your first few sessions you’re going to want to have a bit of power in your kite so we recommend starting in 12-20knots of wind with a 12 or 10m kite. Even though the foil can perform in ultra light wind, you will want to be powered so you can edge against the kite as you normally do. Once you’ve mastered the foil, riding in ultra light winds with much smaller kites becomes the norm.
How hard is it?
I won’t lie, the foil can be very frustrating when you first get on it. The first session was quite the shocker, as I couldn’t foil for more than 10 ft at a time. With each session foiling gets easier and easier. By my 5th session I was confidently getting long smooth, silent rides, and I was amazed at the speed, upwind and downwind ability. I was still crashing but that is half the fun of learning something new.
The feeling of foil boarding is addictive because you feel weightless like you are flying. Almost anyone that can kiteboard should be able to foil after a few sessions. Make sure to bring a stocked cooler for after your first session.

Buy lessonsFoiling, Groups or PartesWhat is Foiling?
Your Kiteboarding Lesson A boat whose hull is fitted underneath with shaped vanes (foils) that lift the hull clear of the water to increase the boat’s speed.
Invented in 1898 by Enrico For laning, the hydrofoil has been used in a wide variety of applications. They have been used on military ships, transport vessels, and even helped team Oracle win the America’s Cup. Soon you will see them coming to a kite beach near you on what is widely known as a foil board.

With their incredible efficiency, a foil board can turn a sub-par day into a stellar day. With the ability to go 25knots in 10knots of wind the foil certainly has some advantages. In addition the foil allows you to ride above the water surface, essentially floating in mid air. The feeling is serene and thrilling at the same time.
The Gear
Hydro foiling is all about one thing….the foil. Getting the right setup is really important and with a bunch of manufactures popping up, there are more options than you know what to do with.
I personally recommend the Lift foil board by MHL Customs. They are based out of Puerto Rico and make some amazing custom carbon boards and foils. They have been making foil boards for the past four years and have just released their latest version. The best part about the Lift is that you can easily change out the foils for racing or recreational riding. As well you will be able to upgrade all parts without having to buy an entire new set up if the technology changes down the line. The 2014 Lift foil boards have been tuned to be very user-friendly too.
With the Lift, the board, strut, fuselage and foils disassemble for easy pack-up. As a beginner you’re looking for a stable low to mid aspect wing. They are easier to ride, more stable and will offer the easiest learning curve. There are many people that are racing on the mid aspect Lift foils since they are so much easier to ride. There are also high aspect racing foils made for speed. They go super fast, but they are really hard to ride, even for advanced foil borders.
Conditions
There are a few things to consider before heading out into the water on your new toy. First and foremost is the water depth. The foil rides about 3 ft below the surface of the water so making sure to have ample clearance is essential for the well-being of your gear. Your first few sessions you’re going to want to have a bit of power in your kite so we recommend starting in 12-20knots of wind with a 12 or 10m kite. Even though the foil can perform in ultra light wind, you will want to be powered so you can edge against the kite as you normally do. Once you’ve mastered the foil, riding in ultra light winds with much smaller kites becomes the norm.
How hard is it?
I won’t lie, the foil can be very frustrating when you first get on it. The first session was quite the shocker, as I couldn’t foil for more than 10 ft at a time. With each session foiling gets easier and easier. By my 5th session I was confidently getting long smooth, silent rides, and I was amazed at the speed, upwind and downwind ability. I was still crashing but that is half the fun of learning something new.
The feeling of foil boarding is addictive because you feel weightless like you are flying. Almost anyone that can kiteboard should be able to foil after a few sessions. Make sure to bring a stocked cooler for after your first session.

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