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Windsurfing in Pattaya

June 3, 2010

Windsurfing in Pattaya is one of the most adventurous water sports. It’s a sport that involves risks and those who love the wind on their face and the spray of surf cooling their heels would venture in the sport more often. Windsurfing is a unique blend of surfing and sailing. Surfers adapt themselves to the changing patterns of the wind and water. The prerequisite for any surfing expedition is that the surfer should have a clear balance of strength.

Windsurfing is an exhilarating experience for one who has a perfect sense of balance and whose body can adapt to the changing patterns of wind and water. Jomtien Beach in Thailand is the most sought after beach to hold competitions. Instructors are available for beginners. The morning breeze is calmer and generally suitable for beginners. Gentle breeze and lake like placidity helps a novice to maneuver oneself perfectly. The Pattaya Windsurfing Club holds competitions off and on. From the months from October to June, the wind and the water conditions are ideal for windsurfing.

An enjoyable sport for the strong hearted, windsurfing generally needs a well-toned body to brave the strong winds of the sea. The scenic beauty of the gulf and the immense facilities to indulge into one’s favorite pastime generally takes one to the exotic beaches of Pattaya.

The Pattaya Windsurfing Cup is due to take place between the 3rd and 5th July 2010. The event is organised by the Windsurfing Association of Thailand and the Pattaya City Club.
Pattaya is famous for several sporting events and the excellent beaches make it a popular venue for water sports enthusiasts. Thousands of people flock to the city each year to take part in and observe the Pattaya Windsurfing Cup. Competitors of both professional and amateur standard are expected to take part in the event.

Pattaya is also a popular venue for the thousands of tourists who chose to spend their holidays there each year. Sports enthusiasts are able to visit at the same time as some of the many sporting events and take advantage of the range of activities on offer, either as a competitor or observer.

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