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Panoramic view of Hayling Beach, high tide
03/08/14
Parking ranging by the time slot - All day 6.00, Overnight [22:00 - 08:00 ] 10.00
Toilets have a shower section,  but didn't try them. Toilets are vandal proof steel type. Drinking water.

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Lake Garda Italy

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Kiwi Steve Aerial - The Bluff
21/07/07

Cornwall

Cornwall needs no introduction if you are a wavesailor. Gwithian is the favorite spot for keen wave-heads and can deliver some of the best down-the-line wave sailing in England. If you can get your kit down the goat track from the cliff that is.

If you get Gwithian or The Bluff on a good day you'll score some fantastic down-the-line wavesailing and have a big grin on your face!

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Life is good
Sunset surf and bbq beers

North Devon

North Devon usually means you will come back with slightly slimmer thighs - the walk to the water at lowtide can be a killer - but as the Loreal ad says - you're worth it!!

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oh what a beautiful morning
Basking

South Devon (Bigbury)

Bigbury is like the rest of the south coast - changeable. At times there are great waves as you'll see in the mags. Other times it's basically bump and jump. The whole location is absolutely beautiful however.

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Chris D at weymouth

Weymouth

We sail at two spots here. We usually windsurf in Portland Harbour but occasionally we go to Overcombe.

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K-Bay 25 Feb 2007
25/02/07
K-Bay in solid swell and light winds. Excellent down the line riding!!

Kimmeridge

Part of the Jurassic Coast, known as the ledges due to the rocky limestone reefs. The bay has no sand and is formed of stone and smooth flat rocks. Take care near the concrete slipway as there are some submerged spikes! In a north westerly the reefs can hold up very large waves; however, due to the rocks, this venue is suitable for experts only in these conditions. On light wind days, the locals say any level can be catered for.

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Carl at Poole

Poole

Poole is one of the best windsurfing areas in England for beginners and intermediates due to the enormous expanse of shallow flat water in the harbour. There is plenty of variety for experts too. OMWC events are held at a number of different venues in Poole, so make sure you check the event information for the precise location where we will be meeting. Should the wind be in the wrong direction, it is easy to switch venues and to find somewhere where the wind is much better.

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Christchurch

Christchurch is a spectacular location on the Dorset coast, protected by the mile long Hengistbury Head the natural harbour offers relatively flat-water, excellent for learning or for days when the wind is off-shore at the beach. Alternatively, Avon Beach and Steamer Point offer great open sea sailing within Christchurch Bay

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Our south coast venues

These are the venues where we organise weekend events (going from west to east).

Cornwall

North Devon

South Devon

Weymouth

Kimmeridge

Poole

Christchurch

Lepe & Calshot

Lee on Solent, Hillhead & Stokes Bay

Hayling Island

The Witterings & Bracklesham

Pagham

Worthing

Shoreham

Find out which venue works best for each wind direction here.
 
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