Continentseven: Still a lot to explore in Europe?
Kauli Seadi: Sure there is still a lot to explore, especially in the northern countries, where it is a bit colder, but there are so many really great waves, which aren’t explored yet. One example is the island of Lewis in the north of Scotland. We got incredible waves there and normally nobody rides them!
Continentseven: Can you remember any special moment you never will forget about that trip?
Kauli Seadi: Yes, it was a session at Mini Capo. It was the kind of conditions I love, side off, logo high waves and some super glassy and fast waves to ride…. I entered the water this day at 7.00am when it was just getting day light.
Continentseven: Can you imagine to stay in Sardinia for a longer period and if yes in which area?
Kauli Seadi: Sure I can. I would stay in Capo Mannu.
Continentseven: What should everyone bring to Sardinia when going for a windsurfing and surfing trip.
Kauli Seadi: Some good spare gear, a bigger board and a sail for light wind days and a surf board for the surfing days after the wind stops, maybe a flat water SUP to paddle when there are no waves and no wind… Could be fun!!
Continentseven: What are your upcoming travel missions. You discovered all the coast of Brazil with your catamaran. What are your winter plans?
Kauli Seadi: Me and my wife did a great 3 months trip now from Ilhabela to Natal with our boat, and it was amazing to see how many pretty spots we have around the coast of Brazil, plus enjoying life on board is recharging !!! Our winter plans are to stay home in Sao Miguel do Gostoso and enjoy the season and work at the clubekauliseadi.com till March .
Continentseven: Thanks, obrigado and wish you the best possible conditions for the upcoming competition!!!
Kauli Seadi: Thank you bro!! Aloha
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