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Kitesurf Cruise Antigua

Every year from mid-December to mid-May

On board our luxurious sailing catamaran you will explore the best spots of the Caribbean with a small group of like-minded people. Besides the Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda is definitely one of the top spots that no kitesurfer in the Caribbean should miss. The spots on Antigua itself are difficult to reach from land, but we anchor our yacht directly at the best Kite spots Antigua has to offer and launch our kites either directly from the boat or from one of the sandy beaches. Fantastic conditions that you often only have to share with your fellow sailors.

After a few days on Antigua, we set course for Barbuda. If you thought that kitesurfing on Antigua could not be topped, you will be thrilled by Barbuda. Almost no infrastructures, only white beaches, palm trees and crystal clear water and of course a perfect kite spot. 

Event Steckbrief

Cabin Charter: 29.01. - 07.02.2023
Cabin Charter: 29.04. - 08.05.2023
Private Charter : always bookable
Program: Sailing and Kite Cruise on Antigua and Barbuda. Accompanied by professional Skipper, Kite Guide and Chef
Yacht and Cruising: Our Yacht is a Lagoon 450F, a modern Sailing Catamaran with 4 spacious double Cabins and room for 8 guest. Sailing conditions in the Grenadines are easy and the daily sailing time in the Grenadines never exceeds two hours.
For who: For all independent Kitesurfers on the search of a truly outstanding kiteboarding experience. Minimum riding level: going upwind in all conditions.
Price: 2990 Euro
Included: Accommodation in a double Cabin, Skipper and Kite Guide, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on Board.
Lessons (optional): Privat Lesson 1 hour: 100 Euro, 3 hours 270 Euro.
Rental (optional): 490 Euro
Friends and Partner (None Kiter): Not Kiting? No Problem. The trip is also for all none Kitesurfers a true Highlight and not boring at all. Der Trip ist auch für alle Nicht Kiter ein Highlight.
Participants: mind. 4, max. 8


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Gut versichert?

Although direct flights to Antigua are rare, it is usually easy to get to the island. From Europe, you fly either via London or North America, where you have to change planes once before arriving in Antigua. From the airport, simply take a taxi to the port, where our crew will be waiting for you!

There is no better way to start your holidays than setting sail aboard a yacht. Just a few minutes after the vessel leaves the harbor, a feeling of deep relaxation and tranquility kicks in. The distances between our berths and spots are rather short in the Grenadines and we will rarely spend more than 2 hours traveling from one spot to another. Which gives you plenty of time to kite and to explore the beautiful landscape. 

Since the privacy and space on board of a yacht is limited, our crew wants to make sure that you are able to leave the boat for a few hours every day. This could be for kitesurfing, to enjoy a bit of beach chill-out or to explore the island.

A typical day in the Caribbean starts off with a swim in 26 degree crystal clear, warm water at our berth. In addition to that you can partake in a morning yoga session on the bow of the Catamaran while the crew prepares breakfast.

After breakfast we start into our first kitesurf session of the day. Depending on which spot we choose, our instructors will help you launch the kites from the boat or you will be shuttled to the beach in our small dinghy for setting up your kites. Our experienced coaches will keep an eye on you throughout each of your sessions to keep you safe and ensure that it's a fun session.

At noon we set sail and while you peacefully enjoy a boosting snack on board, we are heading to our next anchorage point and kite spot. Depending on your motivation you can either have a second kite session or explore the island by yourself or with one of our guides.

At sunset we usually meet with everyone on board to end the day with a sundowner drink on deck and start our evening.

We then either go ashore to find a nice restaurant or a fisherman's hut for dinner, or alternatively we all cook together on board and organize a small, private 'rum tasting' before we hitting the hay.