that is where I fly my kite most of the time ... inland. turbulence, 190 degree, yo-yo wind ... all in one ... on nearly every 3rd windy day ... take me there, I handle it ... I can not picture myself flying my Rev in a purest consistence windspeed, straightest line wind on a beach ... my kite will probably be more still-er than still, when hovering ... LOL
hardest I ever fly is flying a Rev and walking across under the very low twin spaced out highway bridges ... like only 1 time success out of 50 tries ... LOL ... of course, on a 50 ft line.
Sorry that I hijacked it ... because I am still fighting against turbulence wind
I am a rank rookie. I have flown a few friends kites and have been bitten by the "kite bug"!! The kites I have played with are the Prism Jazz and a 2m. foil by Slingshot. Oh boy can that Slingshot pull, lots of fun and I'm sure there is a lot to do with foils. But I'm sorta leaning towards a sport kite. Seems like there are more things the "framed" kite will let you do.
I am exploring the kite world and trying to make an informed choice for my first kite. I live in Beize, on the Caribbean shore and do not have any wind problem, (likely too much wind at times). At this time I believe I am leaning towards the Prism Quantum. The second choice is Premier Widow. The Quantum is leading because of budget at this time. I am open to any advice from some experienced fliers.
Thanks in advance.