Aug
31
Posted by gary

The Red Arrows are in town for the air show... Always amazing!

Apr
13
Posted by gary

It seems like an age since my last decent session. Turns out it's been a month off the water and almost ten weeks since the amazing swell that hit Bournemouth in late Jan. Spring had to come eventually and it might now be here...

Mar
16
Posted by gary

A small window of opportunity in the current wind drought. It just about counts as a session in that I planed once on a wave on the way in, but for most of the time I was bobbing around.

Mar
09
Posted by gary

Awesome swell, clear blue skies and incredible waves. Then the mist came and we couldn't even see the cliffs from the water... Coming up from the washing machine was a little disorientating but all good fun.

Jan
29
Posted by gary

Wow. We don't get waves like that in Bournemouth. 14feet and 11sec according to the wave buoy, which translated into mast high, solid walls of water speeding into Bournemouth Bay. From the beach it looked big. From the water it was huge.

Jan
27
Posted by gary

After a bumper Festive period, the recent cold spell has meant a lack of windsurfing... The forecast looks promising for a change and it kicked off today with clear blue skies and a strong, but gusty, Westerly.

Jan
06
Posted by gary

Dragging myself out of the house before 7am on a Sunday morning was challenging, but the tide waits for no man. Arriving at KBay for 7.30am, you can imagine my surprise to see a dozen vans parked in both car parks.

Dec
30
Posted by gary

A forecast of 25+ knots, due West, drew the crowds but unfortunately didn't quite deliver. We arrived at high tide to bolt onshore conditions with huge waves breaking outside the bay - easily mast high plus.

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