Monthly Archives: March 2011

This Years NWF supports The British Heart Foundation

With so many excellent charities out there suffering in these difficult economic times. We have decided that we will raise a few pennies for The British Heart Foundation at this years National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) 3-4 Sept 2011 at Hayling. However, similar to last year’s event we will conducting a raffle and would ask our generous NWF community to donate prizes.

The Heathrow Jets Rocks NWF 2011

We are pleased to announce that after their instant success at last years NWF.  The Heathrow Jets will be playing at this year’s event Sat 3 Sept 2011.  Britain’s premier indie and punk rock covers band playing all your favorite indie rock and the best classic punk – see www.heathrowjets.net

The British Slalom Association meets National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) in 2011

One of the most exciting developments on the British Slalom Association (BSA) Series for 2011 is the collaboration between the BSA’s Master Blaster Fleet and the National Windsurfing Festival (NWF).

Founded by Allan Cross in 2005, the emphasis of the NWF has always been placed firmly upon the freeride sailor, creating a welcoming atmosphere and social event that every windsurfer feels they have a right to be part of. The stunning success of the NWF events over the years is down to this all-encompassing philosophy, which is something the Master Blaster Fleet of The BSA is striving to emulate for 2011. Al comments: “The National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) are delighted for the opportunity to join forces and strengthen its bond with the BSA. Enabling more like-minded sailors from across the country to join in the friendly non-intimidating format of master blaster racing conducted from a beach near you. After all it’s about getting people on the water having fun!”

With the BSA’s final 2010 event at the OTC in Weymouth attracting 95 entrants across all fleets, the BSA series is looking forward to a great tour in 2011. Chris Lewis from the BSA was super stoked with this latest addition to the BSA brand: “Allan’s work with NWF and windsurfing as a whole has been truly inspirational and I feel that the increased synergy between the BSA and the NWF can only be a good thing for British Windsurfing. The importance of inclusivity and accessibility for all ages and abilities is a corner stone of the BSA’s philosophy and something we strive to build into every one of our tour events.”

The first BSA event is on Hayling Island on the 23-24 April and promises to open the series with a bang, so come and get involved and enjoy the camaraderie. For more information, visit www.windsurf-bsa.com or email enquiries@windsurf-bsa.com

of the most exciting developments on the British Slalom Association (BSA) Series for 2011 is the collaboration between the BSA’s Master Blaster Fleet and the National Windsurfing Festival (NWF).
Founded by Allan Cross in 2005, the emphasis of the NWF has always been placed firmly upon the freeride sailor, creating a welcoming atmosphere and social event that every windsurfer feels they have a right to be part of. The stunning success of the NWF events over the years is down to this all-encompassing philosophy, which is something the Master Blaster Fleet of The BSA is striving to emulate for 2011. Al comments: “The National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) are delighted for the opportunity to join forces and strengthen its bond with the BSA. Enabling more like-minded sailors from across the country to join in the friendly non-intimidating format of master blaster racing conducted from a beach near you. After all it’s about getting people on the water having fun!”
With the BSA’s final 2010 event at the OTC in Weymouth attracting 95 entrants across all fleets, the BSA series is looking forward to a great tour in 2011. Chris Lewis from the BSA was super stoked with this latest addition to the BSA brand: “Allan’s work with NWF and windsurfing as a whole has been truly inspirational and I feel that the increased synergy between the BSA and the NWF can only be a good thing for British Windsurfing. The importance of inclusivity and accessibility for all ages and abilities is a corner stone of the BSA’s philosophy and something we strive to build into every one of our tour events.”
The first BSA event is on Hayling Island on the 23-24 April and promises to open the series with a bang, so come and get involved and enjoy the camaraderie. For more information, visit www.windsurf-bsa.com or email enquiries@windsurf-One of the most exciting developments on the British Slalom Association (BSA) Series for 2011 is the collaboration between the BSA’s Master Blaster Fleet and the National Windsurfing Festival (NWF).
Founded by Allan Cross in 2005, the emphasis of the NWF has always been placed firmly upon the freeride sailor, creating a welcoming atmosphere and social event that every windsurfer feels they have a right to be part of. The stunning success of the NWF events over the years is down to this all-encompassing philosophy, which is something the Master Blaster Fleet of The BSA is striving to emulate for 2011. Al comments: “The National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) are delighted for the opportunity to join forces and strengthen its bond with the BSA. Enabling more like-minded sailors from across the country to join in the friendly non-intimidating format of master blaster racing conducted from a beach near you. After all it’s about getting people on the water having fun!”
With the BSA’s final 2010 event at the OTC in Weymouth attracting 95 entrants across all fleets, the BSA series is looking forward to a great tour in 2011. Chris Lewis from the BSA was super stoked with this latest addition to the BSA brand: “Allan’s work with NWF and windsurfing as a whole has been truly inspirational and I feel that the increased synergy between the BSA and the NWF can only be a good thing for British Windsurfing. The importance of inclusivity and accessibility for all ages and abilities is a corner stone of the BSA’s philosophy and something we strive to build into every one of our tour events.”
The first BSA event is on Hayling Island on the 23-24 April and promises to open the series with a bang, so come and get involved and enjoy the camaraderie. For more information, visit www.windsurf-bsa.com or email enquiries@windsurf-bsa.com

The 2011 NWF will be held at Hayling 3-4 Sept

This years National Windsurfing Festival (NWF) will be held at Hayling Island 3-4 Sept 2011. More updates due shortly as the planning firms up…