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Wind and weather statistics for Palmetto Point, Antigua and Barbuda contains detailed information about average local wind speed and air temperature. A special diagram on the map shows a dominant wind direction and includes average data for every year.
These statistics for Palmetto Point are based on historical data observations and were created for windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing and other extreme sports activities. All statistics update every year and can help to find the best place for any wind and water sport.
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As St. Kitts’ only IKO School, licensed and insured, we are committed to the best quality instruction following strict safety standards. We are dedicated to helping you learn how to kiteboard. We teach our lessons at Turtle Beach on the Southeast peninsula. Turtle Beach is an ideal spot for learning, with its steady cross onshore winds and calm shallow water; it allows riders to progress at a much faster rate. Turtle Beach is a long white sandy beach with few riders and people, this helps the rider focus on learning to kiteboard instead of always worrying about other riders and beach goers.Turtle beach, Saint Kitts and Nevis