Boston kiter wrote: ↑
Wed May 11, 2022 2:25 am
Put super glue in their car door locks, works like magic, LOL
Now, thats a life hack must remember
On a serious note, you kind of adding to the problem. It can get confusing for new/random kitesurfer where to kite. I've seen places with signs no watersports, but swarming with kites or windsurfers. When I asked a local about it, he said don't worry about the signs...
If someone sees you using the beach, why can't they?
I'm new to the sport myself and whenever I go to a new place I always wonder if I'm not causing any problems.
I try to find out as much info as I can about the place, but it's not always possible or info isn't very clear.
General rule of thumb for me is, if there are kites there it's ok
Who says kitesurfing is not allowed there by the way?
Is it official local authority or just some locals who don't want kites on their beach?