6) Enjoy the buzz – you want to you go home feeling exhilarated and buzzing, not with your mates wondering whether a trip to A&E for possible hyperthermia maybe on the cards for you.
Make sure you have plenty warm clothes to get into back ashore and plenty of fluids to rehydrate yourself. Although it is cold, you will still dehydrate from doing exercise and need liquids just as much.
Part of the fun of winter windsurfing is the warming satisfaction of the post-sail refuelling to warm up your hands as well as your insides!
Amanda says that follow this simple advice and you can enjoy some of the best windsurfing you may ever experience.
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