Surfing The Black Sea | Surf Simply

In this day and age, it’ll be interesting to follow where surfing takes our adventurous souls. Romania sure is one of the wilder...

Surfing Climate Service | Surf Simply

The goal of surfing climate services is to give bespoke climatological/meteorological information to different agents (governments, local administrations, tourist offices, accommodation business, surf...

Translate | Collaborate | Circulate

“It definitely took some encouragement from Chris to bring the clothes airer onto the stage. It’s a standard clothes horse that just sounds...

Printing A Surfboard From Algae

THE SURFBOARDIf there is one important thing in this project, it is the performance and durability of the boards. The ecological side is...

The History of Surfboard Design: Bob McTavish and The Vee Bottom (aka Plastic Machine)

The vee-bottom contour was a pivotal feature for the more turn-oriented style of surfing that emerged in the mid-sixties. Consisting initially of two...

Creating Safe Spaces For Women to Enjoy The Ocean and Surfing

All-Female EnvironmentThe creation of a female-only space is perhaps the most impactful – as well as multifaceted – factor to consider. On the...

Ancient Myths and Modern Discoveries – The Black Sea’s Gold

Clint travelled to Turkey as soon as restrictions eased, to meet Deniz. They set off on a Black Sea road trip, and ended...

The History Of Surfboard Design: Mark Richards’ Twin Fin

Who Was Involved?Born in 1957 in Newcastle, Australia, Mark Richards was something of a surfing prodigy. Influenced by his father’s relationship with the...

The History of Surfboard Design: The Thruster

Conceived in October 1980 after an encounter with fellow-shaper Frank Williams, Australian Simon Anderson created the Thruster in the beginning of 1981 by...