Mi kite

  • My Profile
  • Edit My Profile
  • My Travel Map
  • My Kite Spots
  • My Kite Sessions
  • My Kite Trips
  • My Photos

Un atlas de spots de navegación kitesurf hecho por kiters para kiters
¡Disfrute y contribuya!

 Petone

New Zealand, Wellington

Otros lugares:

¡Este es un mapa interactivo! Use los controles para recorrerlo y hacer zoom.

Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

Histórico GPS (1)

Latitud: 41° 14.07' S
Longitud: 174° 53.573' E

Notación (0)


  • Favoritos
  • Sus listas de spots favoritos y futuros

    Añadir spots de navegación a su perfil

 Acceso

Distancia de la ciudad En la ciudad

Tiempo de acceso Acceso directo (< 5min)

¿Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

¿Acceso publico? Acceso publico

Acceso especial No hay vías de acceso

 Características del spot de kitesurf

Calidad del spot Bueno

Experiencia Todos

Tipo 

¿Kitesurf/viento? Bueno para Kitesurf, Bueno para Windsurf

Estilo Freestyle, Freeride, Bump & Jump

Mejor momento  

Peligros  

Poblado durante la semana Vacío

Poblado en fines de semana Unos pocos kiters

Entorno

Calidad del agua Limpio

Corriente Ninguna corriente

Fondo Arenoso

Marea Mejor en marea baja, Independiente de mareas

Comodidades

 Información adicional

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Wind Direction SE through to SSW (SW). Best in S, gusty in SE.
Location Petone is the most inland sailing spot within the Wellington harbour. Its generally uncrowded and boasts alot more launching area making it the best place in Wellington for the Novice who does not want to drive up to the Kapiti coast.
The word: Best in South, in summer Petone can get a thermal and blow 5 knots stronger than Lyall

Setting up and Launch

The launch site can be found at Hikoikoi Reserve. To get there follow the Esplanade east along the sea front until the road turns away from the beach just past the Mobil garage. Take the next right (Kircaldy St), next left (Marin Parade) and nextright which takes you along a short road to the beach. There's plenty of beach here for launching. Also sports fields are directly behind the beach and act as safety net is things go wrong. Just watch out for the gorse and bushes between the beach and the fields. (The sports fields also make a great area for praticing kite flying skills)



On the Water

The wind again will be onshore to some degree. For the novice the best time to launch is between mid and low tide where you can walk out tosea for about 40 meters. There is a good 300m stretch of beach that does not run alongside the main road. Please stick to this are if you're a novice. In a straight southerly Petone seems to have the most consistant wind in Wellington.The shallow sloping beach also causes small waves to break on the windier days giving good port tackramps. Please do not sail anywhere infront of the main road to the west of the launch area, the busy road runs right behind the small beach and there is no safe area for landing kites

Wind Direction SE through to SSW (SW). Best in S, gusty in SE.
Location Petone is the most inland sailing spot within the Wellington harbour. Its generally uncrowded and boasts alot more launching area making it the best place in Wellington for the Novice who does not want to drive up to the Kapiti coast.
The word: Best in South, in summer Petone can get a thermal and blow 5 knots stronger than Lyall

Setting up and Launch

The launch site can be found at Hikoikoi Reserve. To get there follow the Esplanade east along the sea front until the road turns away from the beach just past the Mobil garage. Take the next right (Kircaldy St), next left (Marin Parade) and nextright which takes you along a short road to the beach. There's plenty of beach here for launching. Also sports fields are directly behind the beach and act as safety net is things go wrong. Just watch out for the gorse and bushes between the beach and the fields. (The sports fields also make a great area for praticing kite flying skills)



On the Water

The wind again will be onshore to some degree. For the novice the best time to launch is between mid and low tide where you can walk out tosea for about 40 meters. There is a good 300m stretch of beach that does not run alongside the main road. Please stick to this are if you're a novice. In a straight southerly Petone seems to have the most consistant wind in Wellington.The shallow sloping beach also causes small waves to break on the windier days giving good port tackramps. Please do not sail anywhere infront of the main road to the west of the launch area, the busy road runs right behind the small beach and there is no safe area for landing kites

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Wind Direction SE through to SSW (SW). Best in S, gusty in SE.
Location Petone is the most inland sailing spot within the Wellington harbour. Its generally uncrowded and boasts alot more launching area making it the best place in Wellington for the Novice who does not want to drive up to the Kapiti coast.
The word: Best in South, in summer Petone can get a thermal and blow 5 knots stronger than Lyall

Setting up and Launch

The launch site can be found at Hikoikoi Reserve. To get there follow the Esplanade east along the sea front until the road turns away from the beach just past the Mobil garage. Take the next right (Kircaldy St), next left (Marin Parade) and nextright which takes you along a short road to the beach. There's plenty of beach here for launching. Also sports fields are directly behind the beach and act as safety net is things go wrong. Just watch out for the gorse and bushes between the beach and the fields. (The sports fields also make a great area for praticing kite flying skills)



On the Water

The wind again will be onshore to some degree. For the novice the best time to launch is between mid and low tide where you can walk out tosea for about 40 meters. There is a good 300m stretch of beach that does not run alongside the main road. Please stick to this are if you're a novice. In a straight southerly Petone seems to have the most consistant wind in Wellington.The shallow sloping beach also causes small waves to break on the windier days giving good port tackramps. Please do not sail anywhere infront of the main road to the west of the launch area, the busy road runs right behind the small beach and there is no safe area for landing kites

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Wind Direction SE through to SSW (SW). Best in S, gusty in SE.
Location Petone is the most inland sailing spot within the Wellington harbour. Its generally uncrowded and boasts alot more launching area making it the best place in Wellington for the Novice who does not want to drive up to the Kapiti coast.
The word: Best in South, in summer Petone can get a thermal and blow 5 knots stronger than Lyall

Setting up and Launch

The launch site can be found at Hikoikoi Reserve. To get there follow the Esplanade east along the sea front until the road turns away from the beach just past the Mobil garage. Take the next right (Kircaldy St), next left (Marin Parade) and nextright which takes you along a short road to the beach. There's plenty of beach here for launching. Also sports fields are directly behind the beach and act as safety net is things go wrong. Just watch out for the gorse and bushes between the beach and the fields. (The sports fields also make a great area for praticing kite flying skills)



On the Water

The wind again will be onshore to some degree. For the novice the best time to launch is between mid and low tide where you can walk out tosea for about 40 meters. There is a good 300m stretch of beach that does not run alongside the main road. Please stick to this are if you're a novice. In a straight southerly Petone seems to have the most consistant wind in Wellington.The shallow sloping beach also causes small waves to break on the windier days giving good port tackramps. Please do not sail anywhere infront of the main road to the west of the launch area, the busy road runs right behind the small beach and there is no safe area for landing kites

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Wind Direction SE through to SSW (SW). Best in S, gusty in SE.
Location Petone is the most inland sailing spot within the Wellington harbour. Its generally uncrowded and boasts alot more launching area making it the best place in Wellington for the Novice who does not want to drive up to the Kapiti coast.
The word: Best in South, in summer Petone can get a thermal and blow 5 knots stronger than Lyall

Setting up and Launch

The launch site can be found at Hikoikoi Reserve. To get there follow the Esplanade east along the sea front until the road turns away from the beach just past the Mobil garage. Take the next right (Kircaldy St), next left (Marin Parade) and nextright which takes you along a short road to the beach. There's plenty of beach here for launching. Also sports fields are directly behind the beach and act as safety net is things go wrong. Just watch out for the gorse and bushes between the beach and the fields. (The sports fields also make a great area for praticing kite flying skills)



On the Water

The wind again will be onshore to some degree. For the novice the best time to launch is between mid and low tide where you can walk out tosea for about 40 meters. There is a good 300m stretch of beach that does not run alongside the main road. Please stick to this are if you're a novice. In a straight southerly Petone seems to have the most consistant wind in Wellington.The shallow sloping beach also causes small waves to break on the windier days giving good port tackramps. Please do not sail anywhere infront of the main road to the west of the launch area, the busy road runs right behind the small beach and there is no safe area for landing kites

 Fotos

Mostrar todo (0)...

No hay fotos disponibles

 Vídeos

Mostrar todo (0)...

Ningún vídeo disponible

 Últimas sesiones

Añadir una sesión de kitesurf

Mostrar todo (0)...

Keine Kite Session
Kein Kite Trip

 Últimos viajes

Añadir un viaje

Mostrar todo (0)...

 Comentarios

Añadir un comentario

Mostrar todo (0)...

Sea el(la) primero(a) a hacer un comentario sobre este país

Errores, opiniones.

Puede editar esta página para corregir los errores y añadir nueva información. Si tiene otros comentarios sobre esta página, Envíe sus observaciones

Wannakitesurf.com 24/24

Wannakitesurf.com en su móvil

RSS Todos los flujos RSS de Wannakitesurf.com

Boletín Todas las noticias por correo electrónico