Windsurfing is one of the most challenging sports to learn and is also one of the most rewarding. It is more than just a sport to many, as it often becomes a lifestyle for those who really enjoy it.

The Island Surf and Sail Shack at Nanny Cay is a great escape destination, offering a wider variety of water sport for all ages from beginner to expert. Using the latest equipment and teaching methods, all instructors are RYA trained and passionate about windsurfing.

Located in the perfect spot to learn in BVI, the Shack is onshore of the calm waters of the natural lagoon, and surrounded by a protective reef. Here you can learn the basics, or improve your skills with qualified instructors.

‘With year round trade winds, there couldn’t be a better place to learn,’ said Deborah Lewis, who along with her husband, Scott Hustins took over the club in November of 2007.

The Shack also teaches surfing at Josiah’s Bay, one of Tortola’s finest surfing beaches located on the north east shore of Tortola.

In July, the company will host its 2009 Summer Cool Kids Camps for children age 6 – 12 yrs who want to have a safe, fun and experimential learning experience this summer. During the camp, children will be participating in Project Aware, learning about ocean life and taking part in an international shark awareness competition.

As the seas calm, the Shack will also be offering wakeboarding and tubing this summer.

For more information on Island Surf and Sail, call Deborah or Scott on 284-494-0123.

(resource: StandPointOnline)