Experience the thrill of riding a kite with a hydrofoil board under your feet. Kite Provo can teach you this newest type of kiteboarding. Foilboarding has recently exploded in popularity within the kiteboarding community.
With a remarkably efficient design, hydrofoil allows riders to cross into that sub 10 knot threshold while still having a ton of fun. Riding above the surface of the water, a foil board gives you the illusion of what can only be described as floating.
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Why Choose Kite Provo?
The hydrofoil can offer many attractive benefits including:Great for light winds: foil kiteboards are faster than all other kite boards because they have less drag. Smooth and easy on the knees – no more bumps; kiteboarders can ride above the waves and the bumpy water surface, and so they won’t feel the impact of rough waters.
Less physical effort; sailors feel a “light” ride with a hydrofoil under their feet.
Easier to go upwind – Angle higher into the wind; the hydrofoil’s wing allows you to angle more upwind and so can be great for adventure trips or kiting longer distances.
For kiteboarders in light wind area or those looking to expand their quivers to better maximize marginal conditions/experience something completely new, the foil is the perfect solution
$175.00/hr including the 12% taxes
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Kite Hydrofoiling – You need to first learn to kiteboard and then learn to Kite Hydrofoil. Kite Provo used a graduated board size and graduated mast sizes. This is critical for your learning, it makes the process easier and takes less time as you start with the larger board and shorter masts.
- Scheduled at High Tide Times of the day to ensure the water is deep enough. Only can do this one specific time a day as we need high tide.
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