The Butterfly Effect made it’s way to Rio Grande, Puerto Rico last July 7, 2019. Professional watersports enthusiasts, Tatianna Howard and Albir Agresar produced the event for local girls on the island.
The event was a great opportunity to introduce watersports such as paddleboarding, windsurfing, and kitesurfing to females interested in learning more about watersports. The event had a variety of fun activities throughout the day including a paddleboard tour down the Espiritu Santo River with marine biologist tour guides, a demonstration of E-Foil, afternoon windsurf classes, and a beach hula class at the St. Regis Pool & Beach.
“It was a great activity for girls to gain confidence on the water” said FWPR club director, Irene Kravitz who sponsored part of the event. ”I love giving girls the opportunity to experience nature through watersports, and I’m really grateful to have the BE crew in Puerto Rico to produce this event.
The Butterfly Effect was coordinated with Aquavento Watersports and special help from the Alma de Bahia Nature conservancy, both are based at the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort.