Wave sailing in Morocco for advanced windsurfers with experience in waves looking to push through to the next level. A remote Moroccan village, Moulay is a really special place to progress your wavesailing. Kit rental available and basic accommodation options.
We run the coaching sessions for 5 days with a day off in the middle. This allows rest and recovery to avoid getting to tired throughout the week and gives you an opportunity to practice on your own.
There are usually 2 sessions each day with a break at lunchtime and video and picture feedback when appropriate in the evenings.
The wind usually starts off as a light breeze in the morning that picks up through the day. It is usually planing conditions by 11am to 1pm. This gives us the perfect opportunity to do our light wind training before applying these skill in the stronger winds.
Be prepared to hid the water on surfboards and SUPs when the wind is light as this will vastly improve your confidences and your ability in the wave environment.
We usually coach on water for about 4 - 6 hours each day, but feel free to do as much or as little as you like.
Moulay has a small sandy launching beach with a flat rocky reef creating some fantastic down the line wave sailing conditions.
There is rental of North Sails and Fanatic boards from the MagicFun centre. SUP boards are also available.
For those looking to bring their own equipment please get in touch with us so we can advise you on how best to do this and what to bring.
Flights to Morocco are cheap for this time of year when booked in advance.
You have options of flying to Marrakesh, Agadir or to Essaouira.
The transfer from Essaouira is about 30-40 minutes, Marrakesh 2.5 hours and Agadir 3 hours.
There are 2 main places to stay in Moulay. Lawama or in the MagicFun Centre accommodation. Both include B&B.
There are a few other options available also. Please get in touch for more details.
The Town & Eating Out.
Moulay is a very small fishing village and it will take you 10 mins to walk from one side to the other. It is very remote with huge seanic sandy beaches stretching out up and down the coast.
You can find food served in a few local cafes and restaurants often serving fresh fish, tagine or couscous.
There are a few more options available when eating in Lawama or the MagicFun centre.
If you would like some more going on in the evenings it is well worth a trip to Essaouira for the day or evening.
Moulay is a quiet village that has a very relaxing and laid back atmosphere, most visitors come mainly for the watersports as there is some excellent SUPing and surfing to be had when there is not any wind.
If you are looking for other non wind activities it s well worth a trip to Essaouira whirr there is lots to go and see and do.