Many people who are learning to kiteboard will tell you, that it is sometimes difficult to keep track of their boards, and sometimes their boards are difficult to get back to after a wipeout. This experience is common to all newbie kiters, but eventually they get the skills to be able to body drag upwind back to their boards, and also hopefully fall off less.Continue reading
The Buddy System by David Dorn
Kiting is better with a buddy, when you share the experience it is more rewarding, and it is also safer. Your buddy can be a lifesaver, because he is watching out for you, knows when you are in trouble, and waits till you get back to shore safely.
On the water your buddy can get your board back to you or give you feedback about conditions and more. Off the water you can share stories and keep each other motivated.