DUBAI WINDSURFING HOLIDAYS

 

Dubai Overview

Dubai is the second-largest of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates. This is one of the fastest growing areas anywhere in the world with buildings being erected at an enormous speed. Dubai is unique for its blend of old and new, East and West cultures. Unfortunately, much of the old and original Dubai is hidden away in between, but can still be found in the old quarter of the city.

Spend a day in this dynamic, progressive destination and go from bustling, vibrant souks to vast air-conditioned malls and streets lined with supercars, all under the watchful gaze of Dubai's centrepiece, the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building.

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Windfoiling In Dubai

Wind foiling in Dubai is a unique experience. The centre we work with is based on a man-made island, surrounded by exotic villas, belonging to a prince and Hollywood A-listers, with a distant view of the world’s largest building and world’s most expensive hotel. This is one of the only places in the world to offer wind foiling to windsurfers of all levels. In the winter months here you can look forward to crystal clear flat waters with an average daily wind forecast of 8-12 knots and a great flat protected area, making the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai a great spot to learn windfoiling or to practice new skills.

The Climate

The line of the Tropic of Cancer crosses through the UAE, causing the weather in Dubai to be warm and sunny. In the winter it has an average daytime temperature of 25°C with the nights being relatively cool. Near coastal areas, humidity can average between 50% and 60%. Winter is the best time for windfoiling as the wind blows consistently between October and April and offers up fantastic conditions. In the summer, the weather in Dubai is very hot and humid, with temperatures reaching mid 40’s. Even the sea temperature can reach 37°C , with humidity averaging over 90%. Rainfall in Dubai is infrequent and does not last for a long period. It mostly rains during the winter period in the form of short gushes and an occasional thunderstorm. On average, rain falls only five days a year.

Resort Summary

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