The Dynamic Windsurfing Education System teaches the most important skill sets in order to sail effectively in any weather conditions. Learn how to take advantage of the correct technique and set the equipment to get the most fun and harmony whatever the wind is doing! Our equipment offers the possibility to adjust in a few minutes from a modern large board shape, stable for beginners and allowing early planning, to a middle size wide nose board, all the way to a classic sink shape. Combined with our adjustable sails, you are guarantied fun and exercise in any weather conditions!
The courses are set in 5 stages from the first time you set foot on a board. Come take advantage of our many years of expertise: you will soon head on to the next levels. As you improve, we practice in stronger wind, bigger waves and with a smaller board shape. Before you know it, you take off, graduating black belt in windsurfing!! (See each step courses details after the graph)
Join one of our many beginner classes and learn the basics of windsurfing. Get feedback on the water and a debrief on land from our instructors graduated in the Dynamic Windsurfing Education System. With the correct windsurfing technique from the start, your learning curve will be fast and smooth.
Safety: Learn how to stay safe on the water and get back ashore no matter what.
Equipment: Get a basic understanding and knowledge of windsurfing equipment
Sailing theory: Understand basic sailing theory
Stance: Learn how to stand on a windsurfing board
Maneuvers: Learn how to turn (tack)
We are using the XL board size (L-board shape with XL center fin) combined with a smaller Dynamic sail on our beginner classes. Read more
This course is of big importance since it builds the base from which your technique can develop onward. With a solid base, the more advanced sailing Technics will be acquired more efficiently. The XL courses will make you sail properly in all directions (upwind, side wind, downwind) in light wind.
Safety: Understand how to stay safe when sailing on your own
Equipment: Learn how to rig and set up your equipment on your own
Sailing theory: Learn to read the wind on the water
Stance: Adjust your position on the board for a more relaxed sailing, learn downwind stance
Maneuvers: Learn the race tack, light wind jibe, light wind pumping. The pumping Technics will make you faster and stronger. It will also take you back even if the wind drops.
The XL shape uses a center fin, making the upwind sailing efficient. Read more
Just a small gust of wind will accelerate the L board onto the surface of the water (plane) and enable speeds exceeding 15 knots. Read more
The L level is focuses on the following topics:
Safety: Sail safe with a harness
Equipment: Trim your gear for planing and get some knowledge on how the board shapes affect the sailing.
Sailing theory: Feel and use wind shifts
Stance: Stance for planing sailing. Use passive but effective technique to get into planing already in lighter winds. Sail with a harness to get stronger, sail longer and be able to use larger sails.
Maneuvers: Easy bear off from the beach by beach starting technique. Introduction to foot straps usage (easy access to foot straps on the DW board when using the L shape).
At this level we focus on full planing conditions.
Safety: Learn more about surviving in case of problems far offshore
Equipment: Set up your gear for high speed sailing, fine tune between power and control.
Sailing theory: Understand how the landscape affects the conditions.
Stance: Sail in high speed with a total control, foot steer the board with your feet in the foot straps. Sail the board with fin pressure, handle tail ride and point high going upwind full planing, deep downwind with control to avoid catapults.
Maneuvers: Pop up from the water with smooth water starts. Actively pump the board into planing. Carve the board with full speed into planing jibes.
As the wind increases, the waves are raising too. At this level, we focus more on how to deal with the waves and how to handle a small board. A bigger board such as a 130 liters M shape, is too bumpy to use in a formed sea. S is designed like a classic sinker and requires precision in both: foot placement and the overall sailing technique. Read more
Safety: Understand how the waves and current works. Learn how to protect yourself and your gear from the power of big waves.
Equipment: Get to know the gears for wave sailing
Sailing theory: Understand how to get offshore and onshore from a beach hammered with breaking waves.
Stance: Learn how to sail at ease in wavy conditions
Maneuvers: Manage jumping with control, ride the waves and carve the board with full speed into lay down planing jibes.