Kitesurf in Ebeltoft

Experience the thrill of kitesurfing at Blue Spirit in Ebeltoft! Our courses combine excitement and safety, perfect for everyone from beginners to experienced surfers. Take the plunge and feel the power of the wind and waves beneath your feet.

Kitesurfing for all levels:

Choose your course here:


Intro Course 4 hour

Experience one of the coolest water sports you can try with Blue Spirit in Ebeltoft! With one hour of theory and three hours of practical training in the water, you’ll get a solid feel for whether kitesurfing is right for you.

Please note that we focus on the experience of controlling the kite in the water. This course does not cover everything you need to become an independent kitesurfer! You always have the option to upgrade to a full beginner’s course.

Duration: 4 hours in 1 day

Includes: Equipment and wetsuit

Price: 1099 Dkk


Beginner Course 9 hour

Our Beginner Course expands your experience with an additional two days, each with 3 hours in the water. Dive deeper into the world of kitesurfing, improve your kite control, and take the first steps towards independent surfing.

This course is designed to build upon your basic understanding and skills, preparing you for safe and independent surfing.

Duration: Intro course (4 hours) + 2 extra days, 3 hours each

Includes: Equipment and wetsuit

Price: 2399 Dkk

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Private hour

Our private lessons are the perfect solution for those who want full attention from the instructor and a fast learning process. In this 2-hour session, you will receive personalized guidance that accelerates your understanding and skills in kitesurfing.

This program is ideal for fine-tuning your technique and improving your performance on the water. With our Bluetooth communication system integrated into the helmet, you receive continuous guidance directly from your instructor.

Duration: 2 hours

Includes: Equipment and Wetsuits

Price: 1399 DKK

Most frequent questions and answers

Choosing the right equipment is crucial for both enjoyment and safety in the sport. The basic equipment includes a kite, pump, control bar, lines, harness, board, and safety gear like a helmet and impact vest. It’s important to choose equipment that suits your level of experience and the conditions you’ll be surfing in. For beginners, it’s recommended to take lessons from a qualified instructor who can guide you in the selection of equipment and its safe use. As you become more experienced, it may be necessary to upgrade your equipment, such as choosing different sizes of kites for different wind conditions.

The learning time varies from person to person. After about 9 hours of lessons, many students reach a point of independence where they can handle basic kitesurfing techniques on their own. However, some students may require more time, depending on their individual learning curve and prior experience with similar sports. Instructors tailor the lessons to each student’s performance and needs, ensuring a personalized and effective learning process.

Safety is paramount in kitesurfing. Basic safety rules include the use of a safety leash, which connects the kitesurfer to the control bar, and a quick-release system that allows the surfer to rapidly detach from the kite in emergencies. It’s essential to wear a helmet, impact vest, and a properly fitted harness to protect yourself. Additionally, being aware of wind and weather conditions and having a thorough understanding of your equipment and its functions are important. It’s also crucial to respect other water sports enthusiasts and avoid crowded areas.

A common mistake among beginners is disregarding safety rules, which can lead to dangerous situations. It’s also crucial to have proper control over the kite; beginners should learn how to control the kite correctly, including techniques for steering and landing the kite. Another mistake is misunderstanding the concept of the wind window, which is the area where the kite can generate power. Beginners need to understand and respect the boundaries of the wind window to avoid losing control of the kite. Poor body positioning is also a common issue that can result in falls or crashes. It’s important to learn the correct body positioning on the board, weight distribution, and balance to prevent accidents. Finally, it’s essential not to underestimate weather conditions and always check weather forecasts and assess conditions before a kitesurfing session.

Wind conditions play a crucial role in kitesurfing. The wind strength determines the kite size you should use. Generally, weaker winds require a larger kite to generate sufficient pull, while stronger winds require a smaller kite. It’s important to understand local wind direction and conditions as this will impact both the safety and enjoyment of your kitesurfing experience. Learn to assess wind conditions accurately and choose equipment that suits those conditions. This may involve having multiple kite sizes available so you can adapt to changing conditions.

For beginners, some of the most important skills to learn include proper kite control, water starts, and basic navigation techniques. Kite control involves understanding how to effectively and safely control the kite through the wind window. Water start is the process of getting up on the board from the water, which requires coordination between kite control and board handling. Navigation techniques include understanding how to move in different directions on the water and how to turn or tack. These skills are fundamental for a safe and enjoyable kitesurfing experience and should be learned under the guidance of an experienced instructor.

Effective preparation for a session includes checking the weather conditions, ensuring all equipment is in good condition, and having a plan for the day. It’s important to check the local weather forecast to understand the wind conditions and ensure they are suitable for kitesurfing. Inspect your equipment before each session for any damage or wear and tear, especially the lines and kite. Make sure you have all the necessary safety gear, including a helmet and impact vest. It’s also a good idea to have a plan for your session, including the skills you want to work on and awareness of the areas you’ll be surfing in. Remember the importance of warming up before getting on the water to prevent injuries.

Kitesurfing is an extreme sport, and as such, it carries certain risks. However, these risks can be significantly minimized through proper training and the use of the right equipment. Most reported accidents often involve individuals who have not received formal training or are attempting kitesurfing in dangerous conditions. It’s important to learn the correct techniques and safety procedures, including how to handle the equipment and how to react in emergency situations. Using the latest equipment with built-in safety features, such as quick-release systems, is also crucial for ensuring safety.