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About Kitesurf Antigua
Learn to kitesurf with Antigua's favorite kite surfing school! We are locally owned/operated, and we offer the safest teaching techniques for students of all levels. With our professional IKO and BKSA certified instructors and over 10 years of experience, we are stoked to get you out on the water. Located on beautiful Jabberwock Beach where the Trade Winds blow consistently, and home to kiteboarding legends like Andre Phillip and Jake Kelsick, its a true kite surfer's paradise. So come ride with the local boys and sip a cold one with the crew after a fun session , we're always happy to meet new faces! :)
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chlemaire wrote a review Feb 2020
Boxford, Massachusetts11 contributions16 helpful votes
I showed up on Jabberwock Beach by dinghy from Jumby Bay where we had anchored our yacht, for a kiteboarding session with my own gear only to find out that I had forgotten my harness. Adam, owner of Kitesurf Antigua, graciously let me borrow one of his school’s, as I had no money on me to rent it. He even offered to help me launch my dinghy after my session. What a guy! Shout out to him and Kitesurf Antigua. I highly recommend them to anyone wanting to learn kitesurfing in Antigua.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Response from AdamA3508, Manager at Kitesurf Antigua
Responded Feb 12, 2020
Thanks for the review my friend. It was a pleasure meeting you. Hope you make it back to Jabberwock soon! :)
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Owen F wrote a review Feb 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom2 contributions3 helpful votes
Fantastic school in an incredible location. Speacial thank you to Margot for her amazing instruction and patience! She taught me to self launch and land in a professional and safe manner, as well as being an all round legend and saving me when the weather got nasty. Looking forwarding to visiting again soon!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Joe Albin wrote a review Dec 2019
London, Canada8 contributions4 helpful votes
I had the best time learning to Kitesurf at Kitesurf Antigua! The Beach/ Location is Paradise! Jabberwock is one of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean, Adam, Jack! and the rest of the Staff are all extremely nice and very helpful! Putting safety first, going through all the basics of kite control and specific drills to make you feel comfortable and help you build a good foundation. I actually got up and going! 🏄‍♂️ Would defiantly recommend them to family and friends! I will defiantly be returning! I purchased my own gear and cant wait to practice in Canada everything they Taught me. Thanks Again!✨ To Adam🏄‍♂️ & the Amazing Crew🐱‍🏍
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Dan wrote a review Jul 2019
London, United Kingdom3 contributions3 helpful votes
My girlfriend and I flew to Antigua for 10 days to kitesurf in the off-season. We started off pretty novice, but Adam was super helpful renting us Cabrinha kites for the whole time and giving us lots of tips and advice. We had a blast overall and now feel confident kiting independently and are completely hooked! - Wind: cross/on wind at the spot means it's beginner friendly (you just get blown to the sandy beach if anything goes wrong). The wind was good enough to kite every day, although 15 knots actually felt quite light (apparently warm dry air = lower density & less force) - Water: super warm. Shallow area for launching and landing (also flatter water). Small rolling waves out at sea, no break or currents to worry about. Great experience overall, would highly recommend Kitesurf Antigua at Jabberwock beach! We went from nervous launching and landing to getting a few small jumps and backrolls. Just make sure to bring your best suncream!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Rossa C wrote a review Jul 2019
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I had a 7 hour layover whilst travelling from BVI to London where I took advantage of the strong wind and zinced up my face up for a session! I got in touch with Adam who agreed to meet me with amazing 2019 Cabrina gear at Jabberwock Beach! The side on wind was lovely to blast around and play in the chop, there were 2 other kites out so there was an amazing safe feeling in the gorgeous Caribbean Bay! Beautiful warm water and no seaweed gave this a top star rating! Adam kindly dropped me back to the airport where! Highly recommend if you need to kill a few hours in ANU and don't want to do it at the Jonny Walker bar🤙
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Date of experience: July 2019
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