Sunday, December 20, 2015
This weekend provided some great windsurfing. Saturday the river was covered in whitecaps with the wind blowing out of the NE. The weather was very nice, low 70's and mostly sunny, we had a great turnout at the causeway. Sunday the wind clocked around to the SE and had backed off some. It was great to sail two days in a row. Click on this link to see photos.
Sunday, December 13, 2015
Warren has some equipment he would like to give away. He has a 4.5, 5.3, 5.6 ,6.4 sails and also a kids rig that he used on his skateboard, carbon fiber mast and a windsurfing Hawaii boom and a bag of boom extensions and fins. He also has a mast base and harness.
He can be reached at 772-597-5111
Saturday, December 12, 2015
Thursday, December 3, 2015
Hello again windsurfers! Looks like we have a change in plans regarding our cookout. It will now take place at Tom's office building. Their is plenty of room, chairs, balconies on riverside and a good setup for music. We will also have use of a grill. This all takes place Sunday December 13th at 5:30pm at 465 SE Riverside Dr in Stuart. And remember we will do this the same way as at the causeway. Bring a meal, desert and beverage for yourselves and some to share. Ice, cups, plates, napkins and eating utensils will be provided.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Hey windsurfers we will have a cookout Sunday December 13th at 5:30pm. Tom Connelly has graciously offered the use of his property at 26 S.E. Seminole St. in Stuart. The grounds will be lighted and the pool heated for our enjoyment. We will need to bring beach chairs or folding chairs. It doesn't look like we will have any grills so plan your food accordingly. We will do this the same way as at the causeway. Bring a meal, desert and beverage for yourselves and some to share. I will bring Ice, cups, plates, napkins and eating utensils.
Monday, October 19, 2015
After a week of salivating over the weather forecast it finally arrived this weekend. Some of our group sailed at Virginia Key, Stuart causeway and Ft pierce inlet. I chose the latter since sailing waves is such a huge change from flat water and it is close by. Their was six of us windsurfing with about a dozen kite boarders. We had a great time but the wind really came up around 5:30 but by that time I was wiped out. The wind is supposed to stay up till Thursday turning easterly so hopefully I can get out again.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Hurricane Joaquin has been churning in the Caribbean for a few days and Saturday we finally felt some of the effects. It turned out to be a pleasant day, mostly sunny with drier air coming in from the NW. The river was a bit choppy and the water looked like coffee. We had a good turnout of windsurfers; the locals plus sailors from Jupiter, Vero and even Hawaii.