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Belize February wind statistics

Kitesurfing Belize

Last February Meg Griffiths, our kitesurf and advanced windsurfing instructor, kept track of wind speeds through the month of February. Sailors visiting us this February will be glad to see most days are plenty windy for Belize kitesurfing! All units are in mph. (photo above by Pete McDermott)

 

DATE

9 am

12 noon

3 pm

6 pm

AVERAGE

MAX WIND SPEED

1

8

8

11

13

10

13

2

11

17

16

12

14

17

3

13

14

15

14

14

15

4

9

8

9

13

10

13

5

13

15

13

14

14

15

6

8

8

12

13

10

13

7

0

4

5

14

6

14

8

13

15

14

12

14

15

9

5

5

6

12

7

12

10

6

6

2

0

4

6

11

18

15

11

8

13

18

12

19

20

19

20

20

20

13

16

22

19

19

8

22

14

20

21

15

13

17

21

15

12

13

12

13

13

13

16

7

8

12

12

10

12

17

10

10

12

14

12

14

18

16

16

19

17

17

19

19

18

15

14

12

15

18

20

3

0

7

7

4

7

21

10

10

13

13

12

13

22

1

7

14

16

10

16

23

12

12

16

16

14

16

24

15

15

19

21

18

21

25

18

16

15

14

16

18

26

14

17

21

16

17

21

27

13

13

15

19

15

19

28

15

13

13

13

14

15

2 comments

  1. Greg says:

    It’s not very useful if you don’t tell us what the units are… mph, knots, m/s, kph, etc…

    Glad to see there’s wind, I just don’t know what kites I should bring on both ends of the range.

  2. Kyle Lowis says:

    Hi Greg, thanks for your comment. All units are in mph and we have edited our post to reflect that.

    As for what kites to bring, we typically recommend that you bring something in the range of 9-12m. Sometimes we can have light winds, so if you have a larger kite, say a 14 or 15, we’d recommend you bring that as well.

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