Thanks to the flexibility of being on a catamaran, the kite cruise ventures to wherever the wind is the most ideal for kitesurfers. The prevailing winds are scirocco, mistral, and various thermal winds. They blow consistently from May to September and are usually between 15 to 35 knots. Our recommended kite sizes are 5m, 7-9m, 10-12m, or 14m. An 8m and 11m kite should cover most conditions. We recommend a 3/4mm wetsuit and rental equipment is available if requested in advance. Most spots are flatwater, so a twin-tip board is recommended. The kite will be launched from the catamaran and all launchings will follow a safe procedure.
The kite cruise will venture to some of the most famous spots around Sardinia -- as well as the spots only accessible by boat. Picture clear, turquoise water and tucked away beaches. Bright, colorful towns dot the coastline. Depending on the conditions, you'll be able to see the stunning spots of Tavolara, Porto Pollo, The Maddalena Islands, Molara, San Teodoro, the gulfs around Olbia, and much more. When the wind is down, you'll find no shortage of other adventures to have. You can kayak along the rocky shores of Sardinia, picnic on a sandy beach, or go climbing in sites like Tavolara. For a meal off of the catamaran, sample some local Italian cuisine at the delicious restaurant of King of Tavolara da Tonino. The trip is flexible, meaning we'll show you the destinations that you're interested in seeing the most.
Those who work at Sardinia Kite School and Cruise are passionate about all things kiteboarding and know the region well. Onboard our kite cruise, you'll be able to chase the best wind and venture to new spots nearly every day. Since this kite cruise caters only to small groups, every trip is personalized to fit the attendees.
First, you'll meet at Cala Dei Sardi and transfer your gear onto the catamaran -- your new home. The itinerary will depend on the wind, but likely will cruise to the Gulf of Olbia where you can kitesurf near the main school and relax before the yacht sets sail.
The cruise might explore sites like Tavolara, a small island with limestone cliffs. Here, you can kitesurf around the jagged island, take a tour, go kayaking, and more. Then, over the next few days, the kite cruise will sail to the Maddalena Archipelago and kitesurfers can ride the famous spot of Porto Pollo. Towards the end of the trip, the kite cruise will return to Cala dei Sardi and stop at the great spots of Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo along the way. Of course, if the wind is better around Molara, San Teodoro, or Santa Teresa di Gallura, the kite cruise can always adapt to suit a new itinerary.
There are three friendly staff members onboard. Leonardo will be your kitesurf coach who holds VDWS and IKO Level 2 certifications. All meals will be cooked fresh by the very talented - an experienced and safety-oriented skipper aboard.
You will be served three delicious, hearty Mediterranean meals per day. on request we can prepare vegetarian food on request you can prepare food of your choice
The last generation Lagoon catamaran is very spacious and can accommodate up to 8 guests in its 4 double cabins. Relax on the sun deck and enjoy drinks inside the main saloon.
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Single Usage of Double Cabin
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Your Host: Leonardo
Leonardo is your host for this cruises and will take care of everything during your trip. Furthermore the host knows everything about this trip and will provide you will all information needed.