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Everybody is welcome, entrance to the festival area is free, but please feel free to make a donation to our charities on the door. There will be loads of kitesurfing activities going on throughout the weekend.Alongside recreational kiting in the bay we are planning big air comps, foiling clinics, beginner taster sessions, development clinics, boardercross and the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ attempt for the ‘Largest Parade of Kitesurfers’.
This plan, jeopardized but not destroyed by sin, through the Incarnation of the Son of God, proclaimed and brought into being in Mary, was recomposed and restored to the free acceptance of the human being in faith.(Please Note: These Are Not “Our” Webcams, Therefore, We Cannot Control The Quality or Consistency of Their Broadcasts) Chocolate Hole, St John Beach Bar St.John Nanny Cay Beach, BVI Pussers Landing, Frenchmans Cay, Tortola, BVI Sapphire Beach St […]Soggy Dollar Bar One of the things that the Virgin Islands are most famous for is fantastic beach bars…and at the top of that list is the Soggy Dollar Bar on White Bay in Jost Van Dyke, BVI.And don’t forget if you sign up for the Kite SUP Run Challenge – you get your weekend kitesurfing ticket for FREE! "The Immaculate Conception, the Annunciation, the Divine Motherhood and the Assumption are the fundamental, interconnected milestones with which the Church exalts and praises the glorious destiny of the Mother of God, but in which we can also read our history.The Virgin Kitesurfing Armada takes place on Hayling Island on 9-11 June 2017.
The festival opens at 11am on Friday and features a huge brands marquee, pro and industry talks, live music, an outdoor acoustic stage, the family zone, the kite spa, DJ’s, parties, a bar area and of course loads of kitesurfing!
Please be respectful of all closures as these are in place for your safety.
If you are not sure please ask one of our Ski Patrollers who are stationed around the unload areas of our lifts.
Indeed, visitors to the webcam are now in the millions, while the Peregrines blog has had well over half a million visits, both attracting people from over 100 countries around the world.
The University of Sheffield has supported the project in various ways, notably via the nestbox and webcams, and particular thanks go to Ian Knowles, Paul Leman, Jim Lonsdale and Phil Riley.
Foxy’s is home to the third largest New Year’s Eve Party in the world.