If you’re just starting to windsurf, we advise you to choose a wide, big volume board with a daggerboard, which will help you to make your first runs and then progress to the next level. The wider and bigger volume the board, the more stable it will be.
Beach range boards are the best adapted for beginners. They are wide, voluminous and incredibly strong, made using our TOUGH TEC (Polystyrene/Polyethylene) construction system, and have a daggerboard to help you get back upwind even when the wind is blowing offshore.
Choosing which of the 3 models available, 160cm, 185 and 225, depends on your weight.
Beach 160: for beginners < (less than/up to) 70 kg.
Beach 185: for beginners < (less than/up to) 80 kg.
Beach 225: for beginners < (less than/up to )100 kg.
Beginner to intermediate level
Some of the Breeze board range also have a daggerboard, making them perfect for learning and progressing too. Once again, your body weight will be the deciding factor in your choice:
Techno 160 D: for beginners < (less than/up to) 70 kg
Techno 185 D: for beginners < (less than/up to) 80 kg
SUP Wind 11’6: for beginners < (less than/up to) 80 kg
The two Techno boards, 160D and 185D, are very good boards for learning to windsurfing, for moving on to planing, learning to ride in the footstraps, and for making your fist jibes (180 degree turn). They’re light weight, high performance and responsive, giving all the great sensations of funboard sailing. In light winds the bigger volume 185D and SUP Wind enable you to sail without planing and enjoy exploring the beach/coastline.