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Latitude: 12° 6.771' N
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on the windward side of the island known as Sorobon, at Lac Bay
Distance to a city Take a car
Access time Instant access (< 5min)
Easy to find? Easy to find
Public access? Public access
Special access No access issues
Alternative name Sorobon
Spot quality Why not
Kite/wind? Good for WindSurf
Style Freestyle, Freeride
Day timing Afternoon, Evening
Dangers Submerged hazards
Week crowd Few surfers
Week-end crowd Few surfers
Water quality Crystal-clear
Tide Best at high tide
Hotel, Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, Rental, School, Showers
Type Thermal wind
Force Medium (16 - 25 knots)
Best dir. relative Side-onshore
Period From December to August
Winds across the bay's eight square kilometers are as reliable as sunshine in Bonaire, and its unique shape creates three distinct zones, each perfectly suited to particular skill levels. A protected marine park, Lac Bay holds turquoise waters as balmy as the air, and just about as clear.
This is a windsurfing spot. Kiting is highly discouraged at this beach. There are spots on the opposite side of the island for kiting.
Lac Bay offers a perfect launch for beginners learning how to uphaul, tack, and jibe in shallow, flat water. Luc Bay features the flattest slalom sailing imaginable. It is a great spot for flat-water freestyle and is home to some of the top Carribean freestylers.
However, if you are more experienced, you can head out to the "outer-edges" and pick up some wave riding on the swells.
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