Epic Adventures - Back Country Guide Stories

This. Is why you buy an eFoil

This. Is why you buy an eFoil

You buy a LIFT eFoil to do crazy stuff with your friends and go on adventures into the back country.  That’s just what we did on this day with our good friend and client, Carl. This is the story.

The St. Lucie River is the main tributary that allows Lake Okeechobee in Florida to drain into the ocean to the East flowing through Stuart, and out of the St. Lucie Inlet.  West of Stuart, the St. Lucie splits into a South Fork and a North Fork. We have explored the South Fork previously, on this day we decided to go north.

Learn to Hydrofoil or Kiteboard Anywhere: We'll Come to You

Learn to Hydrofoil or Kiteboard Anywhere: We'll Come to You

Martin Fuentes – a Ferrari Race car driver ­– called us the other day with a simple request: He wanted to have some fun. So we packed up all our kiteboards, foils, efoils, cameras and drone and headed down to Miami with the Next Level Watersports team.

Foiling Mayan Ruins

Foiling Mayan Ruins

What do you get when you bring together warm Mexican waters & wind; miles of open beach ready to be toured by kite; and a group of entrepreneurs/kiters eager to have a good time while improving their kite skills?  You get a Founders Kite Club event! And it was a blast - Filled with some signature NLW style “Wild Action”.  

NANTUCKET SURGICAL STRIKE CLUB

NANTUCKET SURGICAL STRIKE CLUB

All-in-all our clients got 10 hours of riding in just a day in a half with dream conditions.
WIND VOYAGER CATAMARAN TRIP – KITEBOARDING THE BVI

WIND VOYAGER CATAMARAN TRIP – KITEBOARDING THE BVI

Imagine spending a week adventuring through the British Virgin Islands with 10 of your best friends on a 58 foot catamaran.  Imagine not being locked into one spot but rather getting to hop around quiet harbors all across the BVI under the guidance of a professional captain (Read: Amazing captain, Anna, you are the best!) who knows not only where to anchor safely but where to find the best painkiller you’ve ever had. 

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