Yes! I mostly do snow kiting (on the mountain plateau "Hardangervidda" close to where I live in Norway), but I did pick up kiting on water two years back, give or take. I'm not really a confident rider yet on water, but getting there. Love the Flysurfer though, amazingly good going upwind. Which is part of the reason I wanted to build my own van too, have room for all the equipment I will bring, permanently, and not base everything on moving stuff around when reconfiguring the living space. As you say, I might have room for more than I think. Looking at the space I though I might end up short of space, but maybe I'll manage to cram everything in. I will bring 4-5 kites, surfboard, a few wetsuits, 5 paragliders, 2-3 paragliding harnesses and a foldable kayak. It will be a game of Lego for sure I'd love to see a picture if you have one with everything stuffed in placeGo Flysurfer!! Where do you kite? Or do you snow kite? I think you'll have more room than you can imagine under the bed. I store 15 kites, 2 TTs, 2 surfboards, 2 foilboards, 4 foil setups, 8 wetsuits, harnesses, helmets, bars, etc. And stuff for living in the van full time.
I might have already blocked those off.. ahem You mean the channels going along the doors from top to bottom in the rear? I have stuffed them with rockwool, which is why I want to seal them off (blocking those airborne particles from the insulation into the living space). I've spray-glued a reflectix type of material on top all the way, and planned on a finish with fabric, but if I really needed to I guess I could cut it open to access the channel. What is the probability I would need to access those? Like, do I have to open them to change a lightbulb, or similar maintenance work?Make sure you don’t permantly block access to those rear vented columns. There are important wires in there.