Some last minute spaces on the Fanatic camps for all comers – learn from some of the best windsurfers in the world with guides to take you to the best sailing locations, and experience the local lifestyle and culture.
(End of May) Fanatic Freestyle Camp Morocco 17. – 23.05.06:
Join the Fanatic Pro Riders and World Cup heroes Cheo and Gollito and International trainer Tom Brendt for an exclusive seminar in Essaouira (Morocco)!
You’ll have the unique opportunity to spend your days with these very special guides on the best spots surrounding Essaouira (Moulay, Sidi Kaouki, Cap Sim) and to improve your wave and freestyle skills on the best Fanatic boards around, whatever your level is!
Costs Individual: € 220,– for the week of seminar / € 180,– for full equipment rental
Costs Complete: 7 days flight, transfer, hotel Chateau Mogador, doubleroom with breakfast incl. board rent & event € 886.–
Equipment insurance: Yes – various packages available onsite only.
More info: email@example.com (or www.magicfunafrika.com)
www.fanatic-boarderscenter.com and firstname.lastname@example.org (www.tom-brendt.de)
Bookings: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fanatic Freestyle Camp Tarifa 29.05. – 13.06.05: Windsurf in Paradise!
Windsurfers get the chance to join a very special Opening Event, two weeks to practise, learn and sail together with the Fanatic International team riders like Remko de Weerd, Cheo Diaz, Gollito Estredo, Yoli de Brendt and Tom Brendt as
trainer. They can get last and ultimate tips and learn what they always wanted to learn in their Windsurfing life, no limits, and all with professional support of the trainer team.
Costs: € 240,– per week incl. equipment
Required: Controlled planning
Duration: 2 Seminars of 6 days
Advantage: Fun in the group brings more success, more and more intensive teaching
Equipment: 2006 Fanatic boards/North Sails sails
Special: Your own private photoshoot possible!
Further Information & bookings at :
www.planet-windsurfing.com or email@example.com (www.tom-brendt.de
Photo Credit: Brendan Pyatt