Kitesurfing, kiteboarding shop & school. Lessons - Durban, PE, J-Bay, Cape Town
Lou is not right in the head, but he is funny and got the first Slimchance and KGB on a kite, have a read:
Here's Lou's Slimchance. Note he does it without popping on a two line kite (no depower chicken loop or safety) and a wobbly board. See how high his kite is, oldschool is real school.
Added by Dean Bottcher on July 29, 2012 at 12:42 — No Comments
Two South African extreme sports enthusiasts will attempt to battle their way into the history books by kitesurfing a grueling 430km route down the East Coast of Africa.
The Unlimited Kitesurfing Expedition - Hailed as one of the most ambitious kitesurfing expeditions ever planned off the African coast - this epic voyage promises to be the ultimate contest between man and the elements.
During this thrilling endurance test, Durbanites, Zack Buchan (36) and Ross…Continue
Added by Fred Kloren on July 26, 2012 at 11:30 — No Comments
Now that’s a worthy subject title. Broken down it goes something like this.
Yesterday was a landmark day for me at Lamercy. I arrived there to a fairly decent wind but more impressive was the solid east swell that was rolling in, something that I have not seen since the last summer and even then I don’t think we had an east swell as good as it was yesterday. The tide was right and it was good to go. I took both twin tip and surfboard onto the beach which once again is my usual…Continue
International Coastal Cleanup
Saturday - 15 September 2012
Marine Debris is one of the major problems facing the sea and coastal areas. The best way to remove waste from the sea is by holding coastal cleanups and raising the issue of littering as a human ill we can do without as it is harming the creatures living in the sea and on the coast. Join us in…Continue
The link between the uMfolozi and Lake St Lucia system has been restored after 60 years.
In 2011 iSimangaliso publicised its strategy to let the uMfolozi River and Lake St Lucia rejoin in a bid to restore the functioning of South Africa’s largest estuarine system. Since 1952 the uMfolozi River has been deliberately kept separate from the St Lucia system, which has reduced freshwater inflow to the system and…Continue