The IWA covers all disciplines of windsurfing from Slalom to Freestlye and from Wave to Speed. Browse through the sub-menus above to find out more.

Energia 2015

The IWA committee is thrilled to announce  Energia-60 has come on board again as our major sponsor for the 2015 season. 

As with last year we aim to align our common goals, to showcase what  Energia-60 and the IWA have to offer people both in and outside of our fantastic sport. 

There are many great reasons to switch to  Energia-60.  They have been providing electricity and gas to Irish businesses since 1999 and Irish homes since 2014.   Energia-60 are committed to delivering excellent products to our customers and making the switching process hassle free with no nasty surprises.

 Energia-60 is proud to be one of the top renewable energy companies in Ireland, currently creating 25% of Ireland’s wind power. We only plan to grow, with a number of wind farms currently in development.

For more information on their renewable energy and to switch your home or business energy provider go on over to www.energia.ie and begin saving money today.

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RNLI Mayday

In 2014, the RNLI rescued an average of 24 people every day and that wouldn’t be possible without you. Your donations help us bring people back to their families. And that’s why we need you this Mayday.

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Registration NOW OPEN...
to be held on 18th & 19th July.
All ages and abilities welcome.
Saturday 18th July Registration on Beach at 9.00am,    
Racing starts at 11.00am.
Sunday  19th  July- Prize giving on the Beach at 4.30pm.

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Kerry Wave 2015 Report

The first round of the IWA wave series kicked off the weekend of the 28/29 March. As it was a 1-day event the forecast looked better on the Sunday with 30-50knts easing to 20-30knts with a 3m swell. Some of the entrants arrived early and ventured out on Saturday evening as the wind started to build and logo high sets coming in.

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Kona Nationals 2014

Competitors in the second Kona One Design Windsurfing Nationals were greeted by absolute calm, glassy water last Saturday morning. At least this meant there was plenty of time to register, weigh in (a whole new experience for the registration team) and rig up, and of course enjoy the tea and scones. With sun and a light easterly wind forecast it was hoped a sea breeze would develop and allow everyone to go racing.

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