Wind sensor and graph down. Wind is still up!

July 4, 2015

Please use the webcam and/or iKitesurf (free account required) for current conditions until we fix the issues with our existing anemometer.
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SWS Spit Orientation Seminar | June 13, 2015

May 25, 2015

Ready to ride at the Spit? Been a few times but still nervous? If you have completed your lessons and are ready to go out on your own come by and get some helpful information you need to ride safely. We will cover items such as site weather, hazards, launching and landing tips and right-of-way rules. Bring your questions!  Saturday June 13, 20159:45 AM-11:30 AM (weather dependent)   We will post on KiteboardingBC at 9 AM if the event will be held. If the wind is not cooperative Saturday we will move the seminar to Sunday June 14, 2015 at 10 AM.   Roberto Bruzzese SWS Education Director roberto@larkshead.co
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2015 Season starts May 15th

May 9, 2015

The Squamish Windsports Society will be in full operation May 15th, 2015. Please pre register your seasons membership online so you can check in and get on the water without delay. www.squamishwindsports.com/membership/
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SWS Annual General Meeting Nov 18th 7 PM

October 9, 2014

At the West Vancouver Yacht Club, 5854 Marine Drive, West Vancouver.
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End to the 2014 SWS season at the Spit

September 13, 2014

Another amazing season of windward therapy comes to a close. The SWS staff (Andrea, Eileen, Alyssa and Denham) and directors would like to thank all the users for helping make the Spit such an amazing place to sail! Many improvements to the infrastructure and organization of the Spit this year but it only works when people are positive and engaged in the scene, which is exactly what we saw! Expect to see more upgrades next year in some key areas that will directly benefit all users. If you would like to hear about them or have your own ideas please join us at the AGM meeting this fall where we discuss and vote on everything spit related. The meeting, typically held in North Vancouver, is THE place to have your voice heard! Keep an eye on our website http://www.squamishwindsports.com/ and www.kiteboardbc.com for an announcement of the AGM date. Please send any and all feed back for the year to swsmgmt@gmail.com With that I would like to remind members and users that, according to our sublicense with the District of Squamish, SWS operations will be officially over for the season on September 15. SWS Staff may be at the Spit after that date to conduct cleanup of the grounds but there will be no rescues after September 15. SWS strongly discourages the use of the Spit for wind sports outside of the wind sports season which is from May 15 to September 15. If you choose to kite or windsurf at the spit after September 15 please stay out of the estuary and Wildlife Management Area and pack all your garbage out. Maybe we will break attendance records this weekend? See you on the water!
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Kiteoween CANCELLED due to weather forecast

August 28, 2014

Sorry to announce that the 2014 Kiteoween event has been canceled due to a nasty weather forecast. Thank you to all who planed to compete, save those awesome costumes for next year... Or, if the wind is blowing on OCT 31... ;)
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Kiteoween on Sunday August 31st

August 21, 2014

The annual Kiteoween event is a light hearted costume day where kiteboarders dressed up in costumes compete in an easy going contest. This has been a very popular event for participants and spectators.
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Half season membership pricing now available

August 5, 2014

As of August 1st our membership prices for the remainder of the season are:
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Kite Clash this weekend

July 28, 2014

KITE CLASH is the official Canadian National Championships in Kiteboarding Freestyle. Come see all the action this weekend at the spit!
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West Coast Open Race July 18,19,20 Squamish

July 15, 2014

Our biggest race of the year, The West Coast Open will be running this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Squamish. There will be about two dozen racers on the water racing on a race course near the spit. Kiters from all over Canada come here for this annual event.
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