Tel: 508-801-3329 | eddie@capecodwindsurfing.com
20 MacArthur Blvd, Bourne, MA 02532

Open 7 Days a Week
9:00am - 5:00pm

 

Cape Cod Watersport Rentals & Lessons

Jet Ski Rentals Stand Up Paddle Board Rentals Kayak Rentals Windsurfer Rentals

No Longer Renting at Old Silver Beach
Pick Up Your Rentals at our Bourne Bridge Location

Contact Eddie at 508-801-3329 or eddie@capecodwindsurfing.com
20 MacArthur Blvd, Bourne, MA 02532

Bike Rentals, Pedal Boats Rentals and more! Looking for lessons?
We offer Windsurfing Lessons and Stand Up Paddleboarding Lessons

2016 Water Sports Rentals & Sales

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Price List

Pricing & availability subject to change

Cape Cod's only Jet Ski Rentals

Cape Cod’s only jet ski rental featuring the new, exciting Sea Doo Spark Jet Ski
2 person (max weight capacity 300lbs) ...perfect for families. 
We also offer guided Jet Ski tours of Buzzards Bay.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) rental Cape Cod

Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) is a fast growing sport that offers a fun, easy way to enjoy the water on Cape Cod.

Rent our Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUP)...have a blast with friends & family!

Call or email for more details Tel: 508-801-3329 email eddie@capecodwindsurfing.com


Kayak Rentals & Purchasing

Cape Cod Windsurfing is an authorized dealer for Bic Sports Kayaks.

View some of the kayaks we carry for your renting and purchasing convenience.
Click here to read more about each model.

Bilbao Kayak Cape Cod Rentals Ouassou Kayak Rent or Buy Cape Cod
Bilbao Ouassou
Scapa Kayak Rent or Buy Cape Cod Tobago Kayak Rent or Buy Cape Cod
Scapa Tobago
 Yakka Kayak Rent or Buy Cape Cod Bic Sport Kayaks Rent or Buy Cape Cod
Yakka

To see some of the equipment we rent and sell please visit this manufacturer link:

Authorized Dealer for Bic Sports Kayak


Windsurfing & Kite Sailing on Cape Cod

Windsurfing has beenaround for 25 years and along with small and large sailboat sailing is truly the cat's meow. Once you take a few simple lessons you're off for hours of great, safe fun.

Windsurfing technology has improved tremendously with wider and more stable boards and fins. There is a rebirth of light to moderate windsurf racing due to the new Formula boards and light race sails. If you gave up windsurfing a few years ago because of equipment deficiencies and frustration because your gear just didn't work that well, then please pay me a visit and I will turn you on to the new generation of windsurfing that will light up your life.

Kite sailing is the new guy on the block and I expect kite sailing to have the same benefits to windsurfing as snowboarding did for the ski industry. However, kite sailing is an extreme sport with a huge learning curve. The lighter the wind the less chance for injury to yourself or others. The sport is evolving everyday with better and safer products. The already experienced kite sailor is also evolving and pushing the envelope to more dangerous winds and tricks.

Please be humble when you begin your kite career and take lessons from pro instructors, read all the kite magazines and community kite news @ iwindsurf.com. Respect this sport and the people around you on the beach. Always ask another experienced kite sailor for help in landing and launching. Never have a sunbather with no kiting experience to help you with your kite. 

I learned to kite sail the winter of '02 on the beaches in Florida and boy let me tell you that it is like a rebirth in watersports for me. Every time I launch my kite I ask my friend and my higher power to keep me from another kitemare. It's a new challenge at 46 years old and I have gained a huge respect for the fun and potential dangers of the sport.

I first put in 10 hours of small kite sailing on the beach and body dragging through the water. I then got my first moderate size 13.5 to fly. I asked a friend to help set up the lines properly and launch the kite. I walked up wind with my lines and at the last second asked another kite sailor to stand next to me while I launched. Instead of standing next to me he went behind me and grabbed both hands on the back of my harness. I launched and the kite took off to fast and by the time I heard him say let go of your bar, his feet holding on to me were 15 feet off the ground. I let go and we both fell from 25+ feet to the sand. Luckily no one was injured and believe it or not the wind was only 16 or 17 mph. I went windsurfing for the rest of the day and went for more kite sailing lessons the next day.

KITEBOARDING
Due to the extreme nature and risk of injury or death, we are no longer offering Kite Sailing Lessons

 

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