Time for another Annual General Meeting (AGM). Membership dues for 2021 can be paid ahead of time with Paypal. Just complete the ‘Pay Yearly Membership Fee’ section at the top right of this page. Date: Sunday July 18, 2021Time: High noonLocation: Breakwater Beach
If you want to support and promote a solution for the Squamish ‘Spit’ that preserves wind sports and ocean access then check out this link:
Check out the guidelines for safe windsurfing and kiteboarding at Harrison, and in general. It was created by Dave Johnston and has been added to the bottom of the Beach Info page (click the Beach Info tab above, and then scroll down a bit).
Luk asked me to post the following information: The District of Kent will be making improvements to Breakwater Beach. This will include leveling and resurfacing the gravel parking lot, putting in dividers for angled day parking, and moving the boat ramp slightly towards the road. They will be doing this … Continue reading
Here are the minutes of the 2020 Annual General Meeting as recorded by Rhonda. Even though life does not allow her to windsurf very much at Harrison these days, she still volunteers to do this every year. Thank you Rhonda. And kudos to Luk and Alex for convincing Kent to … Continue reading
For those wanting to learn to kiteboard please click the ‘Links’ tab at the top of the page and then read the Kiteboarding lessons paragraph.
Check out the new photos in the Gallery! Ewa and Les took them during their visit at the beginning of July. The first few photos are where they sail in Mexico during the winter. The rest were taken at the Breakwater. UPDATE! Ewa sent me some more photos from May … Continue reading
Please use the Paypal link in the top right column of the home page to pay your yearly membership fees. It is preferable if they are paid before the AGM so we know how much money is available for the porta-potty and other expenses. Thanks!
On Monday Mar 18 Michelle Ambrose and I went to Harrison to take advantage of the very low water level to try and break up the sunken derelict boat that is close to the breakwater. The boat is extremely well built with massive 6×6 timers and formed steel pieces bolted … Continue reading
The wind-meter is reporting but always 0 wind speed. Might be stuck, or something else. Will need some R&R before spring.