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Do you want to learn how to kiteboard by yourself?

Besides good kite control, the safety procedures, and riding on the board, we focus on independent riding in the independent riding plus class.


This means that you will be able to ride longer distances by yourself, and that you will be able to stay upwind (into the wind). 

The right body and board position are important skills you’ll learn to master.

If you’ve developed this technique and a feel for this, then you can ride by yourself! 






  • What the safe conditions for kiteboarding are.

  • What the 'wind window' is: there's a zone where your kite is pulled hard (power zone) and a neutral zone, where your kite isn't pulled so hard.

  • Safely launching and landing the trainer kite.

  • Controlling the trainer kite in the air.

  • What to do if you lose control of the kite.

  • Safety procedures for a real kite.

  • Setup of the kite.

  • Controlling the kite in the water.

  • Body dragging to the left and to the right
    mounting the board while you control the kite.

  • Bringing the board into the starting position.

  • How to do a water start: climb onto the board by steering the kite well (power stroke).

  • Sail longer distances and staying upwind (into the wind).

  • Making transitions (to turn).

5x3 hrs

1 student


5x3 hrs

2 students


* This price is only valid after fully completing 5 lessons of 3 hours.

Extra charges may apply if any of your lessons stop before their scheduled time.

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