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Windsurfing in Portland Harbour

Listed under Windsurfing in Weymouth, United Kingdom.

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Weymouth is one of the UK’s top windsurfing spots, especially if you’re into speedsailing. The wind rotates nicely and around high tide there’s a consistently good south westerly. This is the home of speedsailing and is the first place where people broke thirty knots.

Portland Harbour and Overcombe Corner are the most popular runs and host several major national and international events held here each year.

This is also a good spot for kite surfing.

Written by  Zara Davis.

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