Founded in 2007 to provide a one stop shopping and learning experience. We pride ourselves in being the very best kiteboarding school for the island of Maui!'s lessons have been custom designed to maximize learning, fun and safety. Our top level professional staff, high quality equipment, and premier locations have created one of the best kiting centers in the world!

 We are dedicated Kitesurfing Professionals that wholeheartedly want to provide each student with a fun, safe and unforgettable experience. We will adapt our style of teaching to the ability of each student. And we will go that extra mile to make your experience with us the most memorable highlight of your vacation! gets students up and riding faster than any other kiteboarding school on Maui. Not only do we do it faster, we do it safer too! Our school's number #1 priority is to ensure that our students have the time of their lives while being safe. And with our professional kitesurf instructors, you will have the time of your life, guaranteed! is focused on one on one training and attention to detail that can only come from years of experience and professionalism. Our unique teaching style is Streamlined for Accelerated Learning. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced kiter, each lesson will be tailored to your individual needs.

 Our school is located at kite beach, Kanaha Beach Park, Maui.
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If you’ve never kiteboarded before than this will be your first chance to feel the raw power of a kite. You will have a 1:1 student to teacher ratio. You and your instructor will go over the following kiteboard skills, so you can learn how to do this extreme sport safely:

1. Setup Your Kiteboard Gear - Setting up your equipment is extremely important. It can mean the difference between a happy kite session on the water or an unhappy one in the hospital. We will spend plenty of time on making sure you get this part right because we want you safe!

2. Wind-Windows, Self-Rescue, & Other Kiteboard Knowledge - Your instructor will go into detail on how to fly your kite, what to do if you're a mile offshore and you break a line, and other essential skills that will make your kiteboarding experience fun and safe. 

3. Fly A Trainer Kite - If you haven't had the chance to fly a trainer kite, your instructor may have you fly one for about 10 minutes before you fly a power kite. We do this because it makes flying a power kite safer, but it also makes you learn faster. 

4. Launch & Land A Power Kite - Your instructor will show you how to launch and land a power kite. This entails learning hand signals, knowing where to position yourself if you're the kite flyer or kite catcher, and when to let go or catch the kite. 

5. Fly A Power Kite With Assistance - You will fly the power kite with the assistance of your instructor. Your instructor will show you how to control the kite with just a push and pull of the wrist. 

6. Fly The Kite Solo - Once you've mastered flying the kite assisted, you're instructor will let you fly the kite by yourself. Your instructor will be right there with you if you need help. 

7. Body Drag - This will be your first chance to feel the raw power of the kite. You will experience this by body dragging in the water well away from land and other obstacles. Your instructor will be dragging with you the enitre time until you feel comfortable to take over completely.

8. Solo Body Drag Upwind- After you feel comfortable body dragging with your instructor, you will have the chance to drag without him. This part is essential before you get a hold of the board.

9. Board Drags - You will get the board, but you will learn to drag with it. Once you can stay upwind with the board, this is when its time to water start.

10. Water Starts - You will be shown how and where to position your kite and board, so you can easily get up and start riding. 

" Gives The Best Kiteboard Lessons. These Guys Make Kiteboarding Fun! " (Dan Burns, Maui HI)

All lessons are by appointment. We will take reservations the day of the lesson or up to a year in advance. All lessons are subject to weather conditions, of course. If the weather is not suitable for your lesson, it will be postponed until conditions are right for your lesson. There is no charge for lessons canceled due to bad weather. Reservations are recommended, especially if you request a specific instructor.
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  "In the Fall of 2001, I learned how to kiteboard without proper instruction and with old equipment.  I can wholeheartedly say I survived, just barely. I wish I had someone there to teach me but no one was around to do so.  And because of my close calls with death,  I teach everyday to ensure the safety for all my students.  I don't wish learning to kiteboard without proper instruction on my worst enemy!"  (Jay Lane, HI)  



Current Wind / Forecasted Wind at Maui Kite Beach


How much wind do I need to go kiteboarding?

Generally speaking, the average kiteboarder needs about 12mph of wind to get up and ride. Lighter riders can stay upwind and ride in less wind, while heavier riders (over 200lbs) may need 15mph. Modern race boards and race kites can get a skilled rider ripping in under 10mph, but this is the exception, not the rule.

When is it too windy to head out kiteboarding?

The first part of this question is based on your riding skills. Many pros can go out in winds over 40-50mph with a small kite and loads of experience. The average rider will start with a kite in the 6 to 10 meter size range and be able to comfortably kite from about 15-25 mph. Kiteboarding kites changed radically in 2006 when Naish began to push bridled bow kites. Today most kites will allow a skilled rider to push their 10 - 12m kiteboarding kites into the low 20mph wind range. As you progress and own smaller kites, most riders can begin to push the 25-30mph wind range. An important thing to remember is that everything happens twice as fast and twice as hard at 25 versus 17mph. Wind power increases exponentially. Always remember that smaller kites in high winds move much faster than larger kites in light winds. One more thing to consider is your riding area - in many areas the waves grow and become much more powerful as the wind increases. If you are unsure, please take a beginner lesson or a refresher course.

Can I see what Kanaha Beach looks like right now?

Sure! No problem! Please check out the link below, and you'll be able to get a live feed of world renown Kanaha Beach. Kiteboarding is not allowed on the North Shore of Maui before 11am, so if you're checking for kiteboarders at 10:45am, you won't find them even if it's the best day of the year for kitesurfing... but if it's after 11am and there are white caps on the water, there should be plenty of kiteboarders.
Streaming Live Feed From Kanaha, Maui>>> (Click Here)

Is there a phone number that I can call to check on the current weather for Kanaha Beach?

Absolutely! The Kahului Automated Surface Observing System, or ASOS, as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS), is a weather sensor which measures, collects and disseminates current weather data to help meteorologists, pilots, flight dispatchers (and kiters) prepare and monitor weather forecasts, plan flight routes, and provide necessary information for correct takeoffs and landings. The significance for kiters is that this sensor is at the top of the Kahului control tower, so it will provide the most accurate wind and weather report to ensure that you know exactly what the weather is doing at Kanaha Beach. The wind speeds will be read in terms of knots, and the wind direction will be read in terms of degrees. If the ASOS is reading 12 knots or more and the wind direction is from 010 degrees to 080 degrees, the conditions are usually good to go kiting. Call the Kahului ASOS today and see why uses it before heading down to the beach. "The Kahului ASOS is what I use to check the weather before I go kiting because I want to know what the weather is doing right now!" (Jared Lane)

The Kahului ASOS phone number is: (808) 877-6282

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