Too Wet To Shred Yacht Trip
Too Wet To Shred offers an unparalleled kitesurfing experience on the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. This video showcases the breathtaking scenery, expert instruction, and top-of-the-line yacht that make our kitesurf boat trip a one-of-a-kind adventure.
Not only do they offer the thrill of kitesurfing, but on low wind days, they also take their guests on an unforgettable swim with wild dolphins in the open sea, which is a once in a lifetime experience for most of our guests.
The trip not only provides an adrenaline-pumping adventure but also great food, our chef on board prepares delicious meals, from fresh seafood to local delicacies that will make your taste buds dance.
Join Too Wet To Shred on a kitesurf boat trip and discover the beauty of the Red Sea while perfecting your kitesurfing skills.
Client: Too Wet To Shred
Camera & Edit: Yorick Leusink
The Red Sea is a salt water sea located between Africa and Asia.
It is known for its clear, warm waters and diverse marine life, making it a popular destination for diving and snorkeling. The Red Sea is also home to many kitesurfing spots, which attract enthusiasts from all over the world.
Kitesurfing, also known as kiteboarding, is a sport that involves riding a board while being pulled by a kite. The wind and waves of the Red Sea provide ideal conditions for kitesurfing, with steady winds and relatively small waves. Some popular kitesurfing spots in the Red Sea include Dahab, Soma Bay, and El Gouna.
Dahab is a small town located on the eastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula. It is known for its laid-back atmosphere and beautiful beaches. The wind in Dahab is generally steady and consistent, making it a great spot for both beginner and advanced kitesurfers. Soma Bay is located on the western coast of the Red Sea and is known for its clear, warm waters and excellent wind conditions. El Gouna is a popular tourist destination located on the Red Sea’s northern coast. It is known for its luxury resorts and wide range of water sports, including kitesurfing.
In addition to the great wind and waves, the Red Sea also offers kitesurfers the opportunity to experience the unique marine life of the region. The Red Sea is home to a wide variety of fish, corals, and other marine life, which can be seen while kitesurfing.
All in all, the Red Sea is a great destination for kitesurfing enthusiasts looking for warm waters, steady winds, and a unique marine environment. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced rider, the Red Sea has something to offer for everyone.