The WASZP enters its third season with a few bangs:
Boat n° 700 came out of the line in November of 2018, a testament to the incredible worldwide success.
The second WASZP Games took place in Perth, Australia in perfect wind conditions, showcasing the progress the fleet has accomplished since the first edition in Garda.
After a few months of successful testing, a bigger foil (22cm) will replace the existing one, increasing the foiling range and overall boat performance.Results are amazing with increased VMG upwind and downwind. Top-speeds are not being sacrificed for the larger foil all the while much more forgiving on manoeuvres, which will most certainly increase boat adoption.
Now is a perfect time to make the switch and put a smile on your face, like surfers facing sunset after a great session.
Discover a brand new way of sailing and a vibrant community that shares the fun of pushing boundaries with every outing.
Want to find out more about the WASZP? Get in touch with us: we will set you up.
We are in the last leg of the cyclonic season, which once again hit the Caribbean hard, leaving thousands of people mourning and with a blurry future. Meanwhile, there are still people refusing to accept climate changes are for real, or more cynically think they're not concerned.
Saint-François, our home in the Caribbean, is a small fishermen's town on the south-eastern tip of Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe. With the longest coastal line of all the communes, and strong easterly trade winds blowing most of the year, the place is a paradise for windsurfing, kitesurfing, and sailing.