The ABK camp in Long Island starts tomorrow, Friday 9/20/2013, and there are still several spaces open. It's a great opportunity to improve your windsurfing skills just in time for the windy fall season! My lovely wife and I did a Long Island AKB camp a year or two ago, and it was one of the best camps we have done. Many windsurfers in the Boston / Cape Cod / Rhode Island area could not join the Hyannis ABK camp because it was full - consider taking the drive to Long Island! Hotel rates are reasonable this time of the year, and the regular Long Island crew is very friendly. Join them for a weekend of superb instruction and have fun!
Long Island freestyler Rich Simmons duck tacking at the ECWF Cape Cod
I've been windsurfing for more than 30 years, although this includes several multi-year periods where I did not windsurf at all. I got really hooked again a few years ago, after getting married to my lovely windsurfing wife, and starting to take ABK clinics. We mainly surf on Cape Cod, with regular trips to Cape Hatteras and the Caribbean.