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Camber Kitesurfing founder, Anthony was one of the first kitesurfers on Camber Beach back in 2000. Since then and after working and managing at several kite schools in Sussex, Isle of Wight, Tarifa, Melbourne and Cairns, Camber Kitesurfing was born. Knowing the whole evolution of kitesurfing and having been immersed in the whole kitesurfing scene makes us proud to give kitesurfing lessons of the highest quality to our clients.

Not only do we teach kitesurfing, we do power kite, kite mountain boarding and kite buggy lessons. We also hire kites and boards to beginners who have reached a self sufficient skill level.

We also provide package deals for larger corporate groups, stag and hen parties and birthdays, we can include accommodation, food and drink, bands.... whatever you need to make your trip memorable... just ask!

All our intructors are BKSA (British Kite Surfing Association) qualified, some also hold IKO (international Kitesurfing Organisation) qualifications.
We sell equipment from Best, Crazyfly, Airush, Dakine and Alder to name a few, give us a call and we will do you the best deal.
OPEN 9am-7pm 7 days - Pre booking required

07960 587 482


Kitesurfing is one of Britain’s fastest growing watersports, with an estimated 47,000 people participating in 2012. this has now risen to over double that number. A British Marine Watersports survey reported equal participation between men and women. It has been featured in several high-profile, multi-class regattas, and there is talk of the sport being included in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

Basically, it involves standing on a small surfboard and being pulled along by what looks like a miniature parachute, which is controlled by a system of strings. Practitioners tend to specialise, either opting for racing or “freestyle”, which involves performing a complicated series of tricks.

Technically, kitesurfing is classified as an extreme sport. But according to Pete Shaw of the British Kitesports Association, it can be “as extreme as you like”.

“You can go out with a big kite in high winds and jump 40 feet in the air,” he says. “Or you can go out on a lighter wind day with a smaller kite, and essentially go sailing. Either way, it’s really good fun.”

This accessibility has been at the heart of the sport’s burgeoning popularity.

“The equipment is easier to transport than other extreme sports. It can fit in the boot of a hatchback car, and costs about £1,200,” says Shaw. “You don’t need a slipway to launch, as you would with a sailing craft. And you don’t need as much wind as you do with sailing and windsurfing.”

So broad is the sport’s appeal that it has even gained a reputation as “the new golf”, with CEOs such as Richard Branson and the founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, counted among its fans. (As the prominent venture capitalist Bill Tai remarked, “I’ve never seen so many who’s who of Silicon Valley on the water.”)

Featured Products

Cool Shoe Original White Bargain Sale 47-48 only
1 Day Kitesurfing Course, All equipment provided
Key Safe with Combination Lock
Dakine Fusion Kitesurfing Harness 2019
Crazyfly Raptor Ltd 2017
Cool Shoe Steeple Grey Eve Slight
Alder Stealth 3mm boots
Alder Junior Childrens Towelling Poncho for Changing and drying
Cool Shoe Corporation Original Chilli Pepper
Cool Shoe Corporation Scuba blue baby kids sizes
Alder EVO FIRE 6mm Wetsuit with Hood
Orange Electric Start Wake Winch

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    24 Denham Way, Camber, East Sussex, TN317XP, United Kingdom