Wind Surf Yacht at Dun Laoghaire Harbour

The 5-mast Wind Surf cruise yacht is all set to dock at the Dun Laoghaire Harbour on Saturday, July 12, at 7 am. It would remain docked at south Dubllin Bay port till 6.30 pm when it would depart to the Isle of Man. Also, it visited Dublin Bay earlier on Wednesday issuing from Dublin Port under sail.

In Windstar Cruises fleet, Wind Surf is the biggest ship and is popular as for their luxurious conveniences carrying three hundred and twelve guests as well as one hundred and ninety one international staff (according to the charter yacht UK website). The Wind Surf, one part sailing yacht as well as one part upscale cruise ship, has 7 triangular, self-furling, computer operated sails.

windsurf yacht
Meanwhile, have you ever thought what would yacht surfing be like. A bunch of highly talented wake surfers did some yacht surfing. More than that, they have added a helicopter. It is more like surfing – Danny Harf, Parks Bonifay, Erik Ruck and Chad Sharpe have experienced the happiness of yacht surfing. It’s available for those with too much money to spend – you can get a yacht charter on the Hamble and then hire the relevant kit, and a helicopter!?

With the power of sixty foot yacht “My Lizzy Too,” these wakeboarders attempted all the things – they have ever imagined that even include magnificent wipeouts. Wakesurfing was introduced somewhere between late 1950s as well as early 1960s, but the popularity of the sport just grew in the late 80s with the introduction of low-priced motorboats.