Day one hundred
It’s a day 100 of a windsurfing season here on Rhodes Island. The summer is very generous on the wind this year. It seems that the marathon will never finish with its 20-25 knots in average daily!
And Wind Guru shows no sigh of a breather in the future coming…
But beginners and all, who are new to the sport, are not afraid of the condition. Last week the lesson schedule has reached its peak with a season record of 40 lessons per day. 40 lessons means 40 students has passed through the hands of Surfline instructor team, because all the lessons we provide are on individual bases. But all celebrations are left for a later time, because the spree still continues and even equipment starts to fail.
Thanks to Jimmy’s workshop, we have all the sails fixed and ready to go in no time.
Some additional support was called upon, to help us to deal with all the station guests: Leonidas and Nikos. Leonidas was already working with us a few days ago, so he quickly got in the routine. Nikos was a station guest in the years before, but he decided to work with us full time next season and at this moment he is learning the ways our center is working.
Yet, with such a tight schedule on our hands, independent foreign and local windsurfers, and jet bikes no-stop, instructors still find time not to miss those windy days. So hands up for Markos, cause he finally managed to finish his quest for the front loop. Congratulations Markos!
Thanks to everybody, who made it down here in the past days! We hope to see you down here again soon.