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Old 05-25-2010, 10:17 PM
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Default Offshore wind nails an experienced wave rider



"The first lesson that beginer kiter gets from his instructor – never go out with off-shore conditions. After a while instructor explains that
it could be done when you have The Skill and when the off-shore spot has a rescue boat.

The only exception for this rule – wave spots. With the off’-shore winds the waves become glassy, beautiful and long. Thus, crazy wave
riders usually take the risks and sail in realy extreme conditions. After few days we spent in well known wave spot Punta Abreojos with
awesome South swell, we took off to the town to get some food suplies. When we came back, we became witnesses of the serious
rescue mission ..."



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