The Kite and Windsurfing Navigator: useful

The Kite and Windsurfing Guides are now available as an iPhone app. "The Kite and Windsurfing Navigator" is the world's first and only comprehensive spot guide on the iPhone.

With accurate first-hand local information and every launch precisely located in GoogleMaps, your iPhone will guide you straight to over 2,750 spots worldwide, be they in Cornwall, Cape Town or Hawaii.

This iPhone app also delivers up-to-the-minute, dependable WindGuru forecasts and best wind alerts for every location to guarantee you'll always be at the ideal spot, whatever the conditions.

Plus there are in-depth explanations of wind, wave and weather patterns throughout the year so it's easy to plan the best time to visit. "The Kite and Windsurfing Navigator" also offers honest travel information on what to expect of the region and all of those essential tips for a successful trip.

Last but not least the App provides full access to the Worldwide Travel Directory with over 2,200 constantly updated local contact details and links.

Downloading the app is free, and includes an example region (Cape Town, South Africa) for you to explore its potential and understand how it works. The other 200 regions are available to purchase via the App. For a limited time only, to launch the App, Europe and World Guide Packages are just €9.99 each, instead of the usual €24.99.

Whether you think of a kite as a wing or a sail, you want it to be lightweight, resistant, waterproof, but also stiff and flexible at the same time, so that they could respond to all flight requests.

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