Wingsurfing, and the more advanced wingfoiling, uses a wing with an inflated leading edge on a strut/boom. Unlike windsurfing, the wing isn’t attached to the board, but is still controlled by your hands whilst standing. A bit like conventional windsurfing you can choose to fly the wing on a plain board or one with foils.
No previous watersports experience is necessary and you can learn the basics on a large windsurf board or windSUP (stand-up paddleboard). If you want to move to the next level, you'll need a dedicated wingfoiling board which has a foil attached.
Find out more about our new scheme of progressive wingsurfing and wingfoiling courses below.
A basic introduction to wingsurfing, setting the foundations of learning to fly the wing ashore and afloat.
Increase your confidence and improve tacking and gybing.
An introduction to the concept of foiling, the equipment and all the knowledge you need to 'take off' for the first time
Gain the skills and confidence to sustain foiling, feel comfortable steering and maintain a good stance and ride height