My windsurf-specific muscles hadn´t been trained sufficiently anyway, so I quit and in the early evening returned to the fish factory to have some dinner – noodles again – with panorama view on the sea. The wind had further dropped and most windsurfers and kite-surfers had finished their sessions and wing-foilers and surfers had taken over the break behind the jetty.
Wing-foiling has become THE fashionable thing to do recently and the five guys out on these machines were clearly doing this already since a while. They had a blast catching waves at the outside break, gliding through he flats and connecting with the middle peak and on the way back throwing some jumps into the mix.
Surfers had a few good rides too and so did the one remaining kite-boarder and a windsurfer on light wind equipment. In a way this session was exemplary for the wide and sometimes wicked tools nowadays in use on our seas. Just the SUP guys and foil surfers were missing.