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June 19, 2022


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Great session. Thanks for the buddy system Michael. Hope summer delivers a couple more at Sebonac. It's like wave sailing with trainer wheels when it's good.

hi I am trying to get the maps of where I can go windsurfing on long Island. I know there is a charge for the maps but I can not find where to join the club and get access ?

Hi Reynaldo. The "charge for the map" is from the software company that used to make the mapping service available for free. Nobody can access the map at this time unfortunately, including me and I made it! I have asked them to return the information to me but am still waiting for a response. In the meantime, sources for info include Hampton Watersports (631 283 9463) who are very helpful. Also on Facebook there are two groups...Long Island Wind Sports and LI Active Windsurfers that you can join.

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