Cape Cod Wahines wind, wave, and kitesurfing

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Stand up paddle (SUP) clinic hooks newbie

Wednesday, 20 May, 2015

Damon Crook, SUP convert A few weeks ago my wife Carrie, (a Cape Cod Wahine team rider), asked if I wanted to try paddle boarding, as there was a class coming up on June 6, organized by the owners of Sailworld in Buzzards Bay.  At first I had my doubts as I usually have the balance […]

Sound and water, my two greatest joys

Friday, 20 February, 2015

Sara Grady, surfing wahine My two greatest joys in life are the ocean and music, and they have more in common than you would initially think. From a purely scientific perspective, ocean waves and sound waves are very similar. They have amplitude, which we feel as the height of the swell as we sit on […]

Wind, waves, and friends

Monday, 20 May, 2013

Cathleen Creedon , kite, wave, and windsurfing wahine For the past 15 years, I have lived on the Cape – and thanks to my husband, Matt, who is the reason I am here, I was introduced to water sports.  I had always summered on the Cape and loved it here and felt a remarkable draw […]

Spring fever

Monday, 20 May, 2013

Desiree Moyer, kite, wave, and windsurfing wahine Yeah, yeah, you know my opinion about winter surfing — that it rules, of course. But on Sunday [April 25], spring fever gave me a call and I answered. After working all morning and early afternoon and taking time out for a short hike with a few of […]

Wahine Sponsor Spotlight on: Sailworld

Monday, 20 May, 2013

By Marietta Hitzemann Question: What do you get when a body-surfing, scuba diving California girl transplanted to Florida meets a downhill ski racer turned windsurfing instructor from Austria? Answer: Buzzard’s Bay’s Sailworld, one of the Cape Cod Wahines’ first sponsors! Sailworld is owned and operated by Pam and Jim Ballantyne, a couple who have been windsurfing […]

Can’t we all just get a long board?

Monday, 20 May, 2013

Jerry Evans, kite, wave, and windsurfing (wahine) waterman Let’s get it straight. Surfing is here to stay, windsurfing is here to stay and kitesurfing is here to stay. They are all the coolest sports you can do on the water. It’s that simple. If  you surf you should do it when the conditions are right. Waves are […]

Why Ski When You Can Surf?

Monday, 20 May, 2013

Desiree Moyer, kite, wave, and windsurfing wahine “Wow, are you crazy or addicted…or both?!” Folks say that to me as I grab my board and run to the water. Ahhh, winter surfing! To me, off-season surfing just plain ROCKS. With the right gear and a light wind, a sunny, 40 degree day with waist high […]

Surfing the Cape Cod National Seashore

Monday, 20 May, 2013

By Carrie Crook, surfing wahine Surfing the Cape Cod National Seashore is always an adventure. You never know what you might encounter on your trek out to the beach or as you paddle out to your favorite spot.The wildlife is one of the best parts of surfing. There is nothing like riding a wave and […]

For a little bit of wind, I am grateful

Monday, 20 May, 2013

By Emily, windsurfing wahine There are some days windsurfing that are simply glorious. These are the days when you feel inspired and thrilled to be even a small part of the sport. On these days, the wind kicks up enough, but not too much. The water is warm, and the sun lightly warms your arms. […]

Wahine Sponsor Spotlight on: The Pump House Surf Shop

Monday, 20 May, 2013

By Marietta Hitzemann If you’re looking for a well-stocked surf shop that specializes in high-quality gear, hand-selected for our local Cape Cod conditions, check out the Pump House Surf Shop in Orleans. The owners, Matt Rivers and Jamie Demetri, have lived on the Cape their entire lives and have been CCW sponsors since 2006. By the way, […]