|3rd September 2008 09:59 PM|
Pls send pictures of Sn Marteen Airport is awesome, I can imagine windsrfing there while a big 747 land over the mast.........
Cheers form Chile and welcome!!
|3rd September 2008 06:01 PM|
|3rd September 2008 04:39 AM|
I run a charter yacht up and down the islands also, windsurfing off the back of the boat whenever and wherever I can. SXM is one of our favourite party islands, not too much good sailing from the boat though but I get around to Orient or Galion beach by dinghy or rental car when I can.
I hope you get to keep gear onboard the boat because there are great spots all up and down the islands.
|28th August 2008 05:16 AM|
|Floyd||I spend a bit of time in Jamaica.Folk there are great but cant hire any gear there ! Wind;sun fantastic beaches,warm water but no kit !!!|
|27th August 2008 03:29 AM|
No. Are you?
I am living on St Maarten (dutch side) for the moment.
Ps. the Jamaicans the fastest people on earth...
|27th August 2008 02:48 AM|
|Floyd||You aren`t on Jamaica are you ?|
|26th August 2008 09:21 AM|
Hello everybody! New member presntation.
This forum seam to be very useful. Been reading it for awhile and decide to Sign up for an account.
I live and work in the Caribbean as sailing skipper and a carpenter. Its off season now and i had some time off. Started to take windsurfing lessons a couple weeks ago. And I f***ing freaking loving it. Used to do some windsurfing 10 years ago. But man that a difference its to day.
Its sone time to buy my own board and set up. I been looking at one second hand GO 133. I think that's a good board for me and I can progress a lot on it. Right now a always renting a 144L board at the beach and use a 5.0-5.5 sail. So I am getting a 5.5 for my board first and then the economy gets better I can get a bigger one or smaller.
The average wind is between 12-18 most of the time here.
Ok all of you Cheers, peace out...