flat water and waves available in every wind direction, the Isle of Wight is an overlooked ocean playground. 


We love to take trips over to the Isle of Wight when we’re not teaching in Poole Harbour. A short trip over the Solent, the Isle of Wight, known as the "Active Island" is a watersports playground and a favourite on our ‘spot guide’. Just 23 miles wide it has beaches on all sides, offering the option of wave or flat water riding within a a cruisy 30 minute drive in all wind directions.

Our favourite is when the winds blow from the North. Offshore on most of the mainland, it blows towards the golden sands of Ryde and Seaview.
Accessible by car ferry or the cheap and easy foot passenger hover craft, Ryde is a wide, shallow shelving beach offering flat water and plenty of space at all states of the tide. It's ideal for freeriding or freestyle.




Advanced Clinics

When we’re headed that way, we’ll be running a series of advanced clinics, catering from first turns and jumps to kiteloops and unhooked moves.
Tailored to individual's with a plan made around the weather and the group, Chris will be running clinics to our advanced coaching scheme.

Clinics will run for 3 hours in a group environment at the cost of £75 per person.
pre booking is required


Kiting Location

Ryde Sands
Isle of Wight
PO33 1JJ


Sleeping Options



Nodes Point Holiday Park
Lower Green Road
St Helens
Isle of Wight
PO33 1YA

Cost - Around £20 per pitch, per night (outside of school holidays)



Poseidon car share

We are able to offer a seat in the Poseidon wagon at a cost of £50 for the return trip.

Other Local info


Hover travel runs every 20 minutes from Portmouth - Ryde sands, a short walk from the kite area. Tickets cost around £20 return.

Wight Link operate a car ferry from Portsmouth to Fishbourne, 15 minutes drive from Ryde. Car tickets cost between £40-80 return.

Ryde has cafes and toilets adjacent to the beach

Pay and display parking is located at the beach.

Accommodation is a short drive from the beach, we can help transport people coming over by foot.


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