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The Action Cruise 2019

On May 30, 2019   |   By


Special offers coming at you from the crew behind some of the dreamiest kite trips imaginable!


The Action Cruise run planned, chartered and bespoke cruise packages in some of the most picturesque kiting locations on the planet from Sardinia to the Cyclades and the Caribbean. Theyve got some awesome trips coming up throughout the summer and winter seasons this year. Heres a few highlights from their upcoming cruise schedule should watch out for.






Setting sail from Olbia Costa Esmeralda in the northeast of Sardinia and sailing to the Bonifacio region in the south of Corsica, youll kite and sail through the breathtaking archipelago of La Maddalena which consists of the islands Caprera, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria which are peppered with awesome, tucked away kite spots. From there, its on to the Strait of Bonifacio with the Lavezzi and Cavall Islands and even more exclusive kiting locations with the kind of azure blue Mediterranean waters that dreams are made of.


The Action Cruise - Sardinia

No crowds in sight! Photo: Federico Rigotti


The mistral trades blow from the north west between 15 and 35 knots and when they arent on youll get regular big kite / foiling weather in the thermal easterlies which average between 12 and 20 knots. Water temperatures are pleasant, and you wont need thicker than a 3/4mm suit.


The Action Cruise - Sardinia

Surveying the scene / Photo: Federico Rigotti

The boat

The cruise takes place on a brand new ultra-luxurious Catamaran Bali 41 with its own skipper, onboard kite instructor and hostess wholl organise all of your meals. The crew will take drone shots of your sessions, you can go SUPing and they can rent you big kites, foils or a strapless board if you need one.






On the Cyclades cruise you’ll meet the Action Cruise team in Paros in Greece before setting sail for ten days through yet more dreamy blue Mediterranean waters, navigating around just some of the 220 islands that make up the island chain. There are countless flat water spots, many of them on secluded islands that can only be reached by boat and you’re more or less guaranteed to have the majority of them entirely to yourself! The islands of Paros, Antiparos, Mykonos, Rinia, Blue Lagoon, Syros and Kofounissi are all on the hit list with plenty of Meltemi wind to expect.

After a full day of kiting, in the evenings you can explore and experience the classic blue and white villages that dot each island and enjoy the amazing sunsets and excellent food thats served in the local tavernas.


The Action Cruise

As good as it gets! /Photo: Federico Rigotti


In summer, the Meltemi trades are strong and reliable, providing endless days of kitesurfing between the islands. The Meltemi blows from north between 15 and 30 knots but even when Meltemi doesnt come in theres usually at least 12-15 knots for foiling or freeriding on bigger kites.

The water is warm, but a 3/2 wetsuit or at least a decent quality shortie is worth having to keep the windchill off when the Meltemi really blows through.



Getting after it in Greece!

The boat

The catamaran is equipped with a water maker, auxiliary generator, AC, foil board, SUPS and a dinghy from which the crew provide safety cover when youre out on the water (you can even do a bit of wakeboarding off the back of it!)

Each cruise takes place with a skipper, private kite instructor and a chef wholl keep you fuelled up with full board service available.

As with the cruises around Sardinia, theres equipment for hire on board should you need it.



21 DEC 2019 – 30 DEC 2019 /30 DEC 2019 – 7 JAN 2020



Taking in some of the Caribbeans most iconic kite spots, including the legendary Union Island, on the Grenadines cruise you’ll stay in a double room on the Action Cruises modern, tricked-out catamaran for ten days. Throughout the trip, youll go seeking out mind bending flat water spots and freeriding conditions around the remote atolls, sandbars, bays and cays that dot the islands.


The Action Cruise - Grenadines


The best months for kiting are when the trade winds blow between December and June when its windy 90% of the time, averaging 15 to 22 knots. The average wind speed drops to 12 to 18 knots from July to August and its slightly less consistent with wind on 50 to 60% of days. From then until Christmas the wind gets lighter and less frequent, before building up again up towards the start of the high season in January. You wont need a wetsuit, just sunscreen and swimwear!


The Action Cruise - Grenadines

Instruction available for beginners and improvers

The boat

Youll sail on a Catana 47 luxury catamaran with safety boat support, air conditioning, water maker, drone videos, snorkelling sets and more all included. If you need to hire some gear then the crew can sort you out and lessons and coaching can also be provided by Duotone Pro Rider Jeremie Tronet when sailing close to Union Island.

There is no chef on this particular cruise, but you can self cater and there is of course an instructor on board alongside the skipper.



Action Cruise welcome kiters of all levels with instruction available for beginners and improvers. Lessons are taught one-to-one in English or Italian by IKO instructors and a quiver of Core XR5s are available for hire for independent riders. There are also a couple of advanced freestyle and freeride clinics coming up this year, which will be coached by Duotone pro rider Manuela Jungo. 349 327 6747 (WhatsApp)


Read the KW guide to The Action Cruise’s expeditions here


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