I've been there a bunch of times. There is great kiting there, but I haven't been since Hurricane Dorian. I had an amazing meeting with retailers at West End, and three others just east of Freeport on the south shore. I've also been kiting at the beach in the Lucayan national park. The kiting is wave-free. The general water conditions are really tame, and the bottom can range from sand to grass to rocks to reef. There is normally plenty of water depth for foils. It just depends where you go. It does get very deep and exposed open water not far from shore on the west and south shores. Wind direction is quite different in the winter versus the summer. Please give a heads up to all of us about where you plan to stay while you are there just so others can get an idea of what it's looking like a few months after Dorian. Thanks!
South shore is looking ok after Dorian. I stayed in Taino beach resort with no serious damages. Nice place, with large swimming pool and 50m to the beach, nice for kiting if there is no people.
Currently Brand Bahama is almost empty - tourist free, so it is a great oportunity to kite wherever you want.
Make sure to bring your own equipment! There is no kite shop, rental, school, ... Nothing!
Great news about Taino Beach! I did two international meetings there and the place is epic. Business as usual for kiters as that place is perfect. Thanks for posting this info.