Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Mont Vernon, French Collectivity of St Martin, Sint Maarten Netherlands Antilles

13 knots/24 kph
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High Season:
December-March, June-july
The island of Saint Martin is a popular destination for those people who love water-sports. It is situated in the northeastern Caribbean Sea. Saint Martin belongs to the group of Leeward Islands in the West Indies. In 1648, this small island was divided into two nations, France and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. St. Martin is the north French part of the island with Marigot as its main capital. Collectively, the two territories are known as "St-Martin / St Maarten". Mont Vernon is in the eastern French part of the island.

If you are looking for a place with many choices in water-sports, Saint Martin is the right place to spend your vacations. Mont Vernon is where many kite-surfers enjoy the winds. The wind-force averages to 13 knots/24 kph. There are two most windy periods. The first one starts from December and ends in March while the second period lasts from June to July. The direction of the wind is East, North-East ans South-East. Mont Vernon is a kite-surfing spot that noone should miss when visiting Saint Martin. Whether you are a beginner or not, there are experienced instructors to offer you the package of lessons that best fits to your needs.

A factor that may cancel your kite-surfing plans at Mont Vernon is weather. Saint Martin is situated in the northeastern Caribbean Sea. So, it has a tropical climate. The temperature is quite high during the year and averages to 26.7°C/80°F. During the hurricane period, the weather becomes unpredictable. Rainfall is a usual phenomenon but its duration is short. The hurricane period lasts from June to November. The worst month to try kite-surfing is September. Other than that, Saint Martin is a spot for those who dare to challenge their limits in kite-surfing.