Last updated: 25/11/12 22:29 By: Yannis
Whitstable is a beautiful town on the north coast of Kent. It is worth a visit for the fish food, ice cream, traditional high street, and stylish cafes and restaurants. Whitstable's picturesque seafront makes a beautiful backdrop for your windsurfing.
Last updated: 04/09/12 09:43 By: Andrew
A nice warm place, conducive to sliding across balmy blue water...
Last updated: 28/08/12 16:34 By: johng
It is close to London, it is a large body of water (plenty big enough), it is fairly elevated so catches the wind and it tastes nice (!) when you fall in. These are the big plus points. On the downside, it is inland so the wind is naff (but tonnes better than most other reservoirs) and the wind is also affected by the high man-made sides to the reservoir so it can be gusty, it is a sailing club and they tolerate visitors rather than making you feel welcome and there are no waves - worse than that, it's not flat either because the reservoir walls create a rebound effect, making it extremely choppy in strong wind.
Last updated: 12/08/12 12:31 By: johng
Last updated: 12/08/12 12:27 By: johng
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.
Last updated: 08/08/12 12:57 By: Neal
Last updated: 30/07/12 10:32 By: Andrew
Last updated: 12/07/12 08:29 By: garibaldi