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16th June 2019 :

Its a getting windier kinda day as the warm front goes through so will the wind increase . S/SW & staying around 15knots building to 20knots and staying good all afternoon/ evening. LW 1300hrs, workable off Exmouth seafront for windsurfing & kitesurfing from 10am onwards. Evening session off Maer Rocks Bay (1900hrs HW) Learning to kitesurf then head to pole sands/ maer rocks bay however stay clear of the swimming area.  Small clip of learning with the youth academy HERE: Shop Open from 9.00am info@edgewatersports.com or phone : 07887882866

King of The Exe Here

Check the Edge Race Cup 2018 Edit here

Check the Edit from the Hammer Here

 

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The 'Duck Pond'

The ‘Duck Pond’ works best on a NW wind because the wind funnels down river from Exeter and cleans up as it comes down the estuary. Plan your kiteboarding to avoid disappointment and arrive ideally 3 hours before high tide The Seafront is where the Exe meets the sea.

The main sailing area is sheltered by a sandbank at low tide, this keeps the swell at bay and provides excellent flat water conditions. For those who seek a wave it is possible to get out the back of the sandbar and get some wave action. In general 2-3 hours each side of low tide is most popular but all stages of the tide are rideable

The Seafront

The Seafront is where the Exe meets the sea. The main sailing area is sheltered by a massive sandbank which keeps the swell at bay and provides excellent flat water conditions. For those who seek a wave it is possible to get on the back of the sandbar and get some wave action. A deep channel (which runs very fast) runs alongside the narrow beach backed by a road. This area is for experienced kiters only. It is possible to kite on the seafront on any state of tide, but it definitely works best on a dropping tide about 2/3 hours before low water, This is when the sandbank comes up and the channel starts running very flat – helping stay upwind in lighter conditions and allows constant practicing of tricks without slipping down wind. But, drop your kite and be ready for a struggle.

Wind: Works best in S, SE and ESE. This is when clean wind comes in off the sea and is on shore. SW works but is gusty.
How to get there: Come in to Exmouth on the A376 and follow the signs for the seafront, turn left on the seafront and cross a mini roundabout, drive past the inshore lifeboat station on the left and shortly afterwards turn left into the car park. Try to park at the far, then cross the road and walk down the beach – this is the designated launch area.