Foiling is transforming favourite water sports by providing thrilling new three dimensional ways to experience the feeling of levitating over water.
Wind foiling is the evolution of traditional windsurfing. It is practised with a traditional windsurf rig, a board often wider and stronger than the average and a foil instead of the fin.
Kite Foiling is simply kiteboarding with the addition of a hydrofoil under the board. The foil allows you to kite along above the surface of the water. Kite foiling is faster, as the foil cuts through the water with minimal drag.
Traditional sailboats are displacement hulls with keels or centerboards. Foiling boats are ultra-light and have a wing on the centerboard and rudder, which allows the whole boat to rise out of the water.
The SUP foil is a discipline that allows you to sail above the water using a stand up paddle board and a hydrofoil. Just like wakefoil, it is possible to start with sup and ride waves
Foil surfing is the sport of riding a surfboard which has a hydrofoil attached to the board instead of a fin. This allows the surfboard to fly above the water. The surfer is essentially surfing the foil but riding the board.