These days, Wyatt Miller and Tyson Poor are lucky enough to “live the life” by splitting their time between La Ventana, Baja and The Gorge in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  

For the past nine years, the duo have hosted two rounds of wave camps in October every year as part of their annual southern migration to their windsurf center in La Ventana, Baja California SUR.  Both hold records as multiple U.S. Freestyle and Slalom champs, but don’t think twice – these two know more than a thing or two about ripping in waves. After conducting their unique brand of educational and engaging clinics in The Dominican Republic, Maui, Colombia, San Francisco, and beyond, they have come to refer to San Carlos as “A skatepark for windsurfers, it simply couldn’t be designed any better!”  

Unlike most pro clinics, having two experts on hand adds a different dimension to the learning process. Their clinics include daily on-land lectures and exercises that are tailored to the current skill level of every sailor in the group.  Once the focus of the day has been established, students hit the water with one of the guys right behind them, guiding people through sets and onto the wave in just the right spot, and providing real-time instruction as the swell peels down the line.   The other pro is on land manning the video camera and doing live commentary as each student progresses. The tapes are reviewed each morning and evening so the students can see exactly what moves they are making, where they can make adjustments, and how to tie it all together to seamlessly flow along with the swell – it’s an approach that’s hard to beat if you are looking to take your game to the next level!

Step up your game!

Don’t hold back from taking the next step in your sailing – learn from the best the sport has to offer in world class conditions you’ll never forget. Space is limited to small groups.


PSC is set in a south-facing bay that sucks up every swell generated by storms in the southern Pacific. There’s a ton of terrain to cover, but most of the action is centered around the four main breaks that sit right in front of our Base Camp and extend down to the point check em out

If the  Gods ever set out to design a spot just for novices, this is it! Located right in front of our camp and close in to shore, it’s the textbook beginner break. From an easy launch with predictable swells and a channel to ease getting outside, it offers enough protection to keep from getting swept downwind and facing the “walk of shame”.

Sitting just beyond the beach break and slightly upwind of camp, “the Bomby” delivers waves that are a bit bigger than the beachbreak and are great for jumping. (Just remember to point that nose way downwind to accommodate the side-off breeze!). Since the Bomborra sits in that zone that is just on the edge of the open ocean and the protection of the bay it makes it a great “next step” in your progression

You’ve seen it in the videos and the magazines. You’ve dreamt about carving down its slow, hypnotically curling line. An insanely long point break wave for advanced wave riders.   It has more juice than the Bomborra, it unfolds into the open flats of the Chili Bowl. If you’re looking to fry your forearms from unhooking and making more bottom- and top-turns than you can possibly count, the Point is ready and waiting.

Sitting just south of the Point, this is a bending reef break in an open bay. Since you get uninterrupted swell sweeping in from the ocean before smacking the reef, this wave is faster than the others and offers the options of going left or right down the line. Although it may take a couple of long tacks to get back upwind to Camp, the vast, open vistas of the Chili Bowl deliver a solitary wavesailing experience that you’ll never forget.


Skill levels

Although Punta San Carlos is an intermediate-to-advanced windsurfing destination that’s perfect for learning how to wavesail, it’s not for the beginning windsurfer. The ocean has its own challenges and  you must already know how to stay and sail upwind and know how to self-rescue before launching here. If you want to have the best time possible, it’s important to be honest about your skills and be a solid intermediate sailor – someone who’s comfortable in the footstraps and harness, has a reliable waterstart, and is starting to pull off some jibes. If that describes you, welcome to Mecca!

Personal Equipment

With our all-inclusive package, a complete quiver of state-of-the-art windsurf gear is provided, tuned, and racked for the taking. The only things you need to bring are your own wetsuit and harness. Since air and water temperatures (and personal tolerances) vary throughout the year, we recommend bringing a spare suit just in case. Spring into early summer generally calls for 4/3 or 3/2 fullsuits; summer can be 3/2 full or comp suits to shortys. While we even get a few days that are trunk worthy, it’s always better to be prepared rather than miss a session cause your shivering!  If you forget yours or run out of room in your bag, we always have a few extra waist harnesses on hand and are proud to provide Ride Engine harnesses for guests to demo during their stay. 

Sailing Gear

Let’s face it, one of the great bonuses of any sailing trip is the chance to try out a bunch of new gear and we’re ready to stoke you with some of the best rigs available today. We’ve got the latest boards in all sizes from RRD, Quatro, and Goya and pre-rigged wave sails to match from Ezzy and Goya. If conditions change, just head back to the beach and grab a new rig from our racks! After 30 years down here, we’ve also sorted out all of the components that will take a beating and still hang tough: bombproof bases and carbon booms from Chinook and Streamlined are paired with carbon masts from Ezzy and Goya that are dialed to each sail. No matter what’s under your feet or in your hands, you can rest assured that you’re riding the latest and greatest gear the industry has to offer.


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