Battle For The Bay

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Kiteboarder Speed Crossing

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Registration & Information

Two Full Days of Racing to crown the King & Queen of Dublin Bay

Men, Women, Juniors – Event Open to all skill levels (min Level: Independent)

Speed crossing kite surf DUBLIN 2018

Board accepted:

-twin tip, hydrofoils, surfing, grandma’s living room door, everything that floats and can sail through the wind…
level required :
-know how to sail upwind, and go up slightly.
what is the race format?
Speed crossing,

A general start with the whole fleet between a committee boat and a buoy after a procedure in 3 minutes, followed by a long board full speed up to 1, 2, 3 ,or 4 buoys for a slalom including jibes ,then back to the finish downwind of the committee boat.
When the last one crosses the finish line, a new procedure of 3 minutes is launched, at the end of which the warriors are again dropped on the course for an epic battle….
The heats will be done by series of 4 punctuated by a repair break.

Objectives:

-Go faster than faster, smoke the thighs, have a maximum of fun, confront friends, and especially have fun together!!!

Because safety is at the core of this event, most riders are eligible to participate. To enter, riders must be able to stay upwind, perform a turn and a simple jump in both directions while abiding by the safety rules. Standard kiteboard equipment with twin tip boards and kites of any brand or model is allowed.

REGISTER https://goo.gl/forms/Z5quQcdAOG5O14NQ2

Battle For The Bay Event In Association With -
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Dollymount, Ireland – 26th – 27th May 2018

WHERE

The event takes place on Dollymount Beach at Bull Island, Clontarf/ Raheny, Dublin 3/5. – Google Map

Wind conditions at Dollymount are generally very good, the beach is considered to be one of the best kitesurfing spots in the world! And is on the doorstep of Dublin’s city centre.

It is a magical spot with the beautiful surroundings of the nature reserve at Bull Island and the occasional flaming sunset colors. Shallow waters and 4 km of sandy beaches makes this spot a heaven for kitesurfers. Thanks to the local authorities and the action of IKSA, KItesurfing has been growing there in a very sustainable way and it is with great pride that we try to keep it like that! When the wind dies, Bull Island is the perfect heaven for Stand-up Paddle boarders, cruise around the island, surf the Ferry Wave or Explore the majestic Ireland ‘s Eye!

Keep safe and respect your environment! Please leave no trace.

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