The Kingston Kiteboarding Association advocates for kiteboarding access in the greater Kingston (see our Breakwater Park proposal here) are and is a primary resource for participants in our sport, both new and experiences, young and old :)
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Kiting at the PUC Dock/Breakwater Park in Kingston? Here are our local tips for safety and success...
1. Yield to bathers, pedestrians, swimmers, and in-coming kiters. The PUC dock is a shared multi-recreational activity area.
2. Wear appropriate safety gear. Canadian Coast Guard Approved PFDs, helmets & wetsuits/drysuits are recommended for all kiters.
3. Exercise cautious judgment and safe kiting practices at all times. Inspect, set-up and know your equipment and safety systems.
4. Engage locals and lend a hand if and when you are able; come with or find a buddy if you're a first-timer!
5. Communicate your intentions explicitly to parties in the immediate launch area, avoid excessive flying on the PUC dock.
6. Entering & exiting the lake, either fly your kite over the water, or swim it away from the rocks.
7. Promote kiteboarding awesomeness and demonstrate the same respect when visiting other launches and kiting communities.
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