One speciality: there is a lake near nassau Int. Airport. If the wind is west its gusty every where. The lake is butter flat with some thermals near the mangroves – this is a tip from AJ. I personally didn’t try or see the lake – so have a look maybe it’s your flatwater day :)
And of course there are some other beaches on the island where you could launch the kite and have fun. But most of these beaches are either private or crowded as they are in front of a hotel or loved by locals who spend their afternoons there.
Montague Beach: you have lot of people and Harbour around. Don’t kite there.
Beach Bay is just west of Sandy Port. It has a bad launch in-between 2 houses and is pretty choppy. But when the atlantic swell makes it through hole in the wall, it’s a good spot to ride.
Orange Hill Beach is nice but you have only space to pump up when there is low tide and the ocean is rough and there are some stones. So it would work, but I would rather go to another beach. Try if you like.
Adelaid Village Beach and Coral Bay Beach are also public beaches. It would also work here, but they are so far away from everything, that I again prefer the other beaches described above. So check them out if you like and make your own oppinion if you have time.
Summary about the kite spots
South Beach would be the beach i would go to practice and learn new stuff if the wind is right. Or Yamacraw which I also liked. There are plenty of beaches so you can explore lot of different beaches. So there is South Beach to learn and practice and lots of other places to discover the island and have a kite session – or just launch somewhere in the north and then kite out to the reef.
As said the locals mainly ride cable beach go slow bend and when it moves to the east south beach.
I wondered why there is no special kitesurf infrastructure on New Providence. But it’s most likely because the island is pretty expensive and the tourists that usually come there have other interests and it seems they are not so the sporty types :) In addition to that, the only beaches where I feel a school or something like that would be possible is Yamacraw or South beach – but the area around is not so attractive to stay there (the action is in the north, i would go to the south only for kite purpose :)