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In 1972, the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea defined the rules and guidelines for all sailing crafts. The oceans and seas are full of vessels, yachts, fishing boats, and cargo ships, so there should be signals and regulation for all. Continue reading “The right of way rules in kiteboarding”
Many people new to watersports may need to be informed about some basic rules that apply to watercraft. These rules are fairly universal and apply to all craft and all locations.Continue reading “Kiteboarder Conduct”
The Maui County has a Plan to “improve” Kanaha Park, that would remove the 4 parking areas, relocate available parking eastward, and eliminate all of the near-shore access parking in the western half of the beach park that kiters (and local families/fishermen etc) use. Continue reading “Kanaha Beach Parking is Under Threat”
*Access is from launching at Lanes beach west of Hookipa.
These common-sense rules will keep us all safer and create a better rapport with windsurfers and surfers. Be aware of the potential dangers at Ho‘okipa! The wave is powerful, the lineup is small, and the rocks are close. Hookipa is strictly for advanced Kiters only. Know the ROW rules and surfing etiquette before riding there.Continue reading “Ho’okipa Kite Rules”
Tandem kiteboarding is becoming more present on the kiting scene since non kiteboarders can now get up and riding without any previous kiting experience necessary! Continue reading “Tandem kiteboarding on a Foilboard”
The following is a list of permitted kite schools are available for beginner and advanced lessons on Maui: Continue reading “Maui Kite schools”
Free entry for everyone at Maui County parks could become a thing of the past.
Last week, the county Cost of Government Commission heard a suggestion to charge park entry fees for visitors and businesses from Vice Chairwoman Annie Alvarado.Continue reading “County park officials mull access fees”
Maui has a long history of water sports and ocean users. The beaches and ocean areas are busy with a wide range of activities and user groups. Kiteboarding came along much later than most of these sports and activities so we have had to learn how to fit in. All kiteboarders on Maui need to learn about other user groups, and how to respect them and allow each group to access the ocean freely and interact without any conflict or friction. MKA has helped create rules and guidelines that allow kiteboarders to participate in their sport with our creating a nuisance or hardship on others. We try to remind all kiters, local and visiting that we are part of a larger community and we need to respect the needs of others. Our duty is to inform and educate other kiters and the public that we are governing ourselves in a safe and responsible manner.
Being responsible and respectful water users will help us gain respect in the community, and to maintain our access to the ocean and beaches.