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Windsurfing Equipment Rental

Windsurf Station offers top-quality equipment necessary to enjoy the sport to the fullest! 

Beginner sails are made from light dacron so even the youngest could learn the sport easily. The sail sizes for beginners are ranging from 1.5 m2 up to 5.5 m2. 

Windsurfing beginner boards are very stable and shock-resistant. They have the middle fin that makes the learning process much easier, and it also eases the upwind performance for those who already know how to surf. The board sizes available are 150, 175, and 220 liters.  

The sails for advanced windsurfers are made from Jedra za MONOFILM, full buttoned. Those sails are more prone to damage, but offer much greater performance in stronger wind conditions. Sail sizes: 7.5, 6.8, and  6.2 m2. 

The advanced windsurfing boards are also more prone to damage, but much lighter and faster than beginner boards. Sizes: 155, 130, and 105 liters.

 

IMPORTANT 

  • We rent the Pro equipment (pro board + monofilm sail)  only to experienced windsurfers who are skilled enough to recognize the conditions on the sea
  • The equipment we have available is adequate for winds up to 25 knots, in case of a stronger wind we do not rent any equipment 

Boards

Beginner Set
Beginner Set
  • Board size: 200, 175, 150
  • Sail size: 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5
  • Board material: Polypropylene
  • Sail material: Dakron
Intermediate Set
Intermediate Set
  • Board size: 200, 175, 150
  • Sail size: 7.5, 6.8, 6.3
  • Board material: Polypropylene
  • Sail material: Monofilm
Pro Set
Pro Set
  • Board size: 155, 130, 105
  • Sail size: 7.5, 6.8, 6.3
  • Board material: Expoxy
  • Sail material: Monofilm

Cape Kamenjak - Premantura is one of the most popular windsurfing destinations on the Adriatic coast. On the southernmost part of the Istrian peninsula, you can take advantage of the 80% of winds that are present in the northern Adriatic. At our location in Kamenjak, we surf during the Bura (NE) wind, Jugo (SE), and Mistral (NW). Those winds are very common in the summer and present on daily basis.

Bura (NE) is a fresh and gusty wind that blows from the sea to the land. It is present approximately 10-15 times a month. It usually lasts for up to one, three, or five days until it slowly dies down. In the first days, it can be as strong as over 50 knots, but it's averaging from 25-35 knots. We don't recommend surfing during Bura to beginners unless it fades to 10-15 knots.  

Jugo (SE) is a warm constant wind that blows in the direction sea to the land. In the summers, it rarely passes the 20-knot mark, and due to it coming from the open sea it also brings the waves. Thanks to our unique location, we are protected from the harsh waves so it's possible to surf this wind even if you are a beginner. Jugo is not a common thing during summers, it is present only 3-7 days a month. The probability of encountering this wind rises towards winter - from September to December.

Mistral (NW) is a very common wind, blowing almost every day if the weather is stable. At our location, it blows in the land to sea direction, so it's very important for beginners to hang on to the instructor's advice on how to properly sail. Mistral strengths is usually in the range of 10 to 15 knots, without the waves on our location. 

The average summer days consist of a light wind from north or south that is ideal for beginners, progressing to Mistral around 11 A.M. It fades in the midday around 2 - 3 P.M. until it completely fades at 5-6 P.M.