Adventure in 60 Seconds: Branson Hosts Kiteboarding Competition Off His Private Island

After staging an impromptu kiteboarding race with Google founder Larry Page off the
coast of his private island, Sir Richard Branson decided to host a full-on competition. The mogul throws open the gates to his $47,000-a-night Necker is March 1 to 5 for the inaugural British Virgin Islands Kite Jam. Expect high antics and high winds.

Illustration by Miguel Jiron

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