- 26 January 2010 | Windsurfing
Only in its 4th season as an established class, the Kona One met the ISAF criteria's and was acknowledged with an overwhelming 11 to 2 majority vote at the 2009 ISAF conference last November - among the 13 international delegates.
Our philosophy, aim and focus have brought us from a notion to a renowned direction in modern windsurfing. A direction that is built on simplicity, fair tactical sailing and versatility.
In contrast to technical and physical classes, the easy accessible Kona Class is being celebrated as "the open door" to windsurfing. Not only are we proud of such "award", but also extremely happy for all the positive feedback from obliged "wanna be and born again" windsurfers from all over the world.
Brian McDowell - Windsurfer International September 2009;
For guaranteed family fun and high level racing, you can't fault the Kona Class for fail-safe action. With the ability to charter equipment, fly gear free and rub shoulders with both current PWA stars and former racing legends - the Kona concept breathes new life into windsurfing.
Kona Worlds 2010
Lots of excitements ahead and the climax will definitely be this years worlds in Florida - directly on South Miami Beach first week of November. The Notice of Race will soon be published on our web site. It is in the hands of the prestigious Miami Yacht Club, so start planning for the happening of the year - and bring your family and friends for some great holidays.
Kona Europeans 2010
We have had several bids to host our Europeans, and among them a very interesting proposal from Hungary to run the event at beautiful Lake Balaton in June or July. Perfect conditions, good food and great value for money.