Hello, welcome to Boards Windsurfing please use the links below to jump to a specific section.

Navigation Search Content Other Mpora Sites

Issue 277

13:51 6th September 2011 by Duncan Slater
Share:

BOARDS September 2011

BOARDS September 2011

Contents 277 – SEPTEMBER 2011. Covershot: Caroline Camboulives sharing paradise with the locals, by Ben Thouard

features

TAHITI – Between dream and reality

Tahiti is a paradise that’s already well known to surfers – especially the famous wave of Teahupoo – but as Ben Thouard reveals, it’s full of unexplored corners that present mind-blowing opportunities for windsurfing…

TESTED – 90L MULTI-FINS

Having been besieged by requests to cover the more generously proportioned sector of the waveboard market, test editor Adrian Jones put the Clones on a high calorie diet and took them to Tenerife with seven super-sized shredders…

FIRST WAVE

Our editor is no stranger to competition, but when it comes to the waves he very much counts himself as a rookie. Time to throw him in at the deep end…

THE BONAIRE STORY

Robert McCormick reports from behind the scenes of Children of the Wind – a character-driven film that focuses on Bonaire’s talented youngsters as they travel from poor, humble beginnings to international windsurfing fame…

JOYFUL WAKE

Our sport is full of people who – regardless of circumstance – manage to transform their lives through windsurfing. Reader Michel Porro introduces us to an American amputee who reinvented himself as a Caribbean windsurfer…

BSA SLALOM 4 – HUNSTANTON

With the forecast predicting 15-20 knots of slalom racing perfection, hopes were running high that Norfolk would deliver some epic action. Michael George reports…

SELF SERVICE

This month our resident maestro of maintenance, Marjan Tkavc, turns his attention to that most essential but occasionally irksome piece of equipment, the humble boom…

NEW TO WINDSURFING – PART 4

Simon Bornhoft concludes his series by offering some key advice to help get the kids on the water…

PWA CANARIES WAVE TOUR

Ed Sinclair reports from Pozo and El Medano as 60 of the world’s most radical waveriders slashed, looped and spun their way through the opening rounds of the 2011 PWA Wave Tour…

regulars

DROPPING IN

PICTURE DESK

NEWS

FULLER’S WAY

SB WINDWISE

WANNABE A WAVESAILOR

POND LIFE

READERS’ PIX

NEXT ISSUE

X

Also in Magazine

Issue 276

Read More