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 The Socotra Island Kite Surfing

Yemen

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 12° 28.769' N
Longitud: 53° 50.64' E

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English (Traducir este texto en Español): You Can Fly to the Island, there is an Airport located in the Island. Gruop Tours are commen when going to the Island.

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra.

You Can Fly to the Island, there is an Airport located in the Island. Gruop Tours are commen when going to the Island.

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): You Can Fly to the Island, there is an Airport located in the Island. Gruop Tours are commen when going to the Island.

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): You Can Fly to the Island, there is an Airport located in the Island. Gruop Tours are commen when going to the Island.

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): You Can Fly to the Island, there is an Airport located in the Island. Gruop Tours are commen when going to the Island.

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra.

Distancia de la ciudad En la ciudad

Tiempo de acceso Buena caminada (15-30 min)

¿Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

¿Acceso publico? Acceso publico

Acceso especial Solamente por avión

 Características del spot de kitesurf

Nombre alternativo The Socotra Island Kite Surfing

Calidad del spot Estupendo

Experiencia Todos

Tipo Playa

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

Estilo Ola, Freestyle, Freeride, Bump & Jump, Larga distancia, Velocidad

Mejor momento Mañana, Tarde, Noche 

Peligros  

Poblado durante la semana Unos pocos kiters

Poblado en fines de semana Unos pocos kiters

Entorno

Calidad del agua Cristalino

Corriente No sé

Fondo Arenoso, Arrecifes (corales, rocas, etc...), Profundo

Marea 

Comodidades

Camping

Viento local

Tipo No sé

Fuerza No sé

Dirección principal 

Mejor dirección 

Mejor dirección relativa 

Período De a

Más informaciones 

 Información adicional

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra. Video link (http://www.yemenitv.com/videos.php?id=20)

Surfing on Socotra
By Observer Staff

SOCOTRA - For those in the know, Yemen is listed as one of the most dangerous places in the world to surf. For Josh, Charlie and Nate, three professional surfers writing for Surfing Magazine, it's time to dispel the myth. The trio from Southern California recently took a privately sponsored tour of the beaches of Socotra and the Gulf of Aden, wrapping up their month-long trip with a yacht cruise on the Red Sea. The trip was timed to coincide with the summer monsoon winds, which were anticipated to generate the best waves. "It was pretty wicked on Socotra," said Josh. "There were some big waves out there." The group spent two weeks on the virtually un-surfed island, followed by one week traveling from beach to beach all the way to Al-Ghaydah in the southwest corner of Yemen and then a week on the Red Sea. "There were, like, awesome places to surf all the way to Oman," said Nate. "Bir Ali was super cool." & "Not everyone's looking for a big beach resort where they can surf," said Charlie. "There's a lot of Zen Surfers out there, you know, kind of like, become one with their surfboard, and for them, Socotra's perfect." Despite some discomfort ("You couldn't get away from the wind," said Josh) and the hazard of being hundreds of miles from medical facilities, the trio left with a very favorable impression of Yemen. Their write-up on the trip is due to appear in November.

NY Times Article, Link (http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/travel/tmagazine/03well.socotra.t.html?ref=tmagazine)

Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra. Video link (http://www.yemenitv.com/videos.php?id=20)

Surfing on Socotra
By Observer Staff

SOCOTRA - For those in the know, Yemen is listed as one of the most dangerous places in the world to surf. For Josh, Charlie and Nate, three professional surfers writing for Surfing Magazine, it's time to dispel the myth. The trio from Southern California recently took a privately sponsored tour of the beaches of Socotra and the Gulf of Aden, wrapping up their month-long trip with a yacht cruise on the Red Sea. The trip was timed to coincide with the summer monsoon winds, which were anticipated to generate the best waves. "It was pretty wicked on Socotra," said Josh. "There were some big waves out there." The group spent two weeks on the virtually un-surfed island, followed by one week traveling from beach to beach all the way to Al-Ghaydah in the southwest corner of Yemen and then a week on the Red Sea. "There were, like, awesome places to surf all the way to Oman," said Nate. "Bir Ali was super cool." & "Not everyone's looking for a big beach resort where they can surf," said Charlie. "There's a lot of Zen Surfers out there, you know, kind of like, become one with their surfboard, and for them, Socotra's perfect." Despite some discomfort ("You couldn't get away from the wind," said Josh) and the hazard of being hundreds of miles from medical facilities, the trio left with a very favorable impression of Yemen. Their write-up on the trip is due to appear in November.

NY Times Article, Link (http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/travel/tmagazine/03well.socotra.t.html?ref=tmagazine)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra. Video link (http://www.yemenitv.com/videos.php?id=20)

Surfing on Socotra
By Observer Staff

SOCOTRA - For those in the know, Yemen is listed as one of the most dangerous places in the world to surf. For Josh, Charlie and Nate, three professional surfers writing for Surfing Magazine, it's time to dispel the myth. The trio from Southern California recently took a privately sponsored tour of the beaches of Socotra and the Gulf of Aden, wrapping up their month-long trip with a yacht cruise on the Red Sea. The trip was timed to coincide with the summer monsoon winds, which were anticipated to generate the best waves. "It was pretty wicked on Socotra," said Josh. "There were some big waves out there." The group spent two weeks on the virtually un-surfed island, followed by one week traveling from beach to beach all the way to Al-Ghaydah in the southwest corner of Yemen and then a week on the Red Sea. "There were, like, awesome places to surf all the way to Oman," said Nate. "Bir Ali was super cool." & "Not everyone's looking for a big beach resort where they can surf," said Charlie. "There's a lot of Zen Surfers out there, you know, kind of like, become one with their surfboard, and for them, Socotra's perfect." Despite some discomfort ("You couldn't get away from the wind," said Josh) and the hazard of being hundreds of miles from medical facilities, the trio left with a very favorable impression of Yemen. Their write-up on the trip is due to appear in November.

NY Times Article, Link (http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/travel/tmagazine/03well.socotra.t.html?ref=tmagazine)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra. Video link (http://www.yemenitv.com/videos.php?id=20)

Surfing on Socotra
By Observer Staff

SOCOTRA - For those in the know, Yemen is listed as one of the most dangerous places in the world to surf. For Josh, Charlie and Nate, three professional surfers writing for Surfing Magazine, it's time to dispel the myth. The trio from Southern California recently took a privately sponsored tour of the beaches of Socotra and the Gulf of Aden, wrapping up their month-long trip with a yacht cruise on the Red Sea. The trip was timed to coincide with the summer monsoon winds, which were anticipated to generate the best waves. "It was pretty wicked on Socotra," said Josh. "There were some big waves out there." The group spent two weeks on the virtually un-surfed island, followed by one week traveling from beach to beach all the way to Al-Ghaydah in the southwest corner of Yemen and then a week on the Red Sea. "There were, like, awesome places to surf all the way to Oman," said Nate. "Bir Ali was super cool." & "Not everyone's looking for a big beach resort where they can surf," said Charlie. "There's a lot of Zen Surfers out there, you know, kind of like, become one with their surfboard, and for them, Socotra's perfect." Despite some discomfort ("You couldn't get away from the wind," said Josh) and the hazard of being hundreds of miles from medical facilities, the trio left with a very favorable impression of Yemen. Their write-up on the trip is due to appear in November.

NY Times Article, Link (http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/travel/tmagazine/03well.socotra.t.html?ref=tmagazine)

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Cindy Mosey, as World no 1 kite surfer in Yemen on the Island of Socotra. Video link (http://www.yemenitv.com/videos.php?id=20)

Surfing on Socotra
By Observer Staff

SOCOTRA - For those in the know, Yemen is listed as one of the most dangerous places in the world to surf. For Josh, Charlie and Nate, three professional surfers writing for Surfing Magazine, it's time to dispel the myth. The trio from Southern California recently took a privately sponsored tour of the beaches of Socotra and the Gulf of Aden, wrapping up their month-long trip with a yacht cruise on the Red Sea. The trip was timed to coincide with the summer monsoon winds, which were anticipated to generate the best waves. "It was pretty wicked on Socotra," said Josh. "There were some big waves out there." The group spent two weeks on the virtually un-surfed island, followed by one week traveling from beach to beach all the way to Al-Ghaydah in the southwest corner of Yemen and then a week on the Red Sea. "There were, like, awesome places to surf all the way to Oman," said Nate. "Bir Ali was super cool." & "Not everyone's looking for a big beach resort where they can surf," said Charlie. "There's a lot of Zen Surfers out there, you know, kind of like, become one with their surfboard, and for them, Socotra's perfect." Despite some discomfort ("You couldn't get away from the wind," said Josh) and the hazard of being hundreds of miles from medical facilities, the trio left with a very favorable impression of Yemen. Their write-up on the trip is due to appear in November.

NY Times Article, Link (http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/03/25/travel/tmagazine/03well.socotra.t.html?ref=tmagazine)

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Por Anonymous , 10-04-2009

welcome from yemen - thanks for surfing in yemen,
it can be a future destination if it gets world class surfers.

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