Well, C2Sky started in 2002 in Northern Ireland, teaching power kiting, land-buggying, and kite surfing. In 2006, we decided it was time to move our office to a warmer climate and after visiting many¬†different locations it was here in Vietnam that we felt a special bond. As a Kite School we specialize in courses from beginners to refreshers and even onto advanced riders wanting to learn a new trick. If you have never done any kind of wind or water activities before ‚ no problem‚ our years of experience and success will give you the knowledge and training to help you reach that goal quickly and most importantly SAFELY. We can make this happen as our dedicated team and fully equipped center has the necessary experience, time, wind and location.
Since being located in Mui Ne c2sky has been involved in other projects outside being just a kite school center. We was the first kite center to run IKO instuctor training courses in Mui Ne, thus providing local kitesurfers the chance to pursue their dream of becoming instructors. In 2008 we were approached by Honda to be part of a tour they had on the beaches of Vietnam. Starting up in the North on the beach of Da Nang travelling down to Nha Trang and finishing at the ever popular Vung Tau. It was a promotional tour of their new range of motorbikes which involved a live stage set up, competitions and games throughout the day and a big closing ceremony at night. C2Sky was there to give a Kite surfing display for the crowds and to keep the guest entertained with banana boat rides using our powerful Zapcat speed racer.
Then in Jan 2010 we was privileged to be the host organizer of the very first professional kite surfing event, KTA, to be held on the shores of Vietnam. This was a big honour for us as we believe in promoting and supporting the local riders and their community. It was a 4 day event mixing both freestyle and course racing in male and female categories. There were 65 riders from around the globe representing 18 different countries, the conditions were fantastic with Mui Ne’s ever consistent winds, and there was even time to slip in a BIG AIR competition, which is always a crowd pleaser. Please check out the pictures and videos on our gallery page.