How to Kitesurf Dillon Beach


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Dillon has a large left break, frequently 2-3 times overhead in a NW. Only worth heading out if Bodega Buoy > 30 and Bodega Bay > 16. Main issue at Dillon is sharks as it is a red triangle hotspot. Do not stay in the water for long. If its taking too long to get back to your board, advisable to body-drag back to the beach and wait it out. Best waves before and at high tide. Not great at low tide as gets flat. Best waves are 1 mile out, on edge of Shark Bank, but that area is sketchy even 2 hours after low tide as Tomales Bay has a lagged ebb, and you can get pulled out to sea if you drop your kite. There is a big Coast Guard Training base halfway to Petaluma - helicopter can reach you in 15 mins - kiting with a gps beacon a good idea. The tagged great whites head far offshore (towards Hawaii June to September).

Keywords: Sitesurf, Cabrinha, Waves, Wind, Dillon Beach, Kite, Ocean

Subjects: Water

Styles: Illustration, Street Art

Mediums: Paint

Materials: Cardboard

Prints: Water Art Prints, Illustration Art Prints, Street Art Art Prints, Paint Art Prints, Cardboard Art Prints

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