Once again I headed vest to the promised land. 450 km each way is a long way and takes about 7 hours, but it's worth taking the trip once in a while. Friday turned out to be a classic day at Sele, I used my 4,4m2 and in the afternoon I changed to my 5,0m, the biggest waves where about 2,5 meter and it was perfect sideshore. Saturday was supposed to be even windier but I ended up using my 5,3m2 and my 95 liters Goya Custom wave the entier day on great 2,5 meters waves. After all it was a great weekend, but I don't think I will be back next weekend......
After the great day we had on Sele saturday we drove 3 hours south to Lista to catch some waves and wind on sunday. The wind was great and I went out on my 4,4m2 Eclipse and my 84 liter Custom. I had a great time but since the waves where almost absent it didn't take of like yesterday.Here is some pictures of the morningbirds.
This weeked Tormod and I packed our car's and went for a 7 hours trip to Jæren for our first windsurfing trip this year, the conditions was like like we expected and I sailed the whole day with my new Goya Eclipse 4,1m2 and my new Goya custom singlefin 78 liter. I had a great session and loved my new gear. A huge thanks to Tormod who spent the whole day on the beach taking pictures
Windsurfer who has been active since 1984 and has experience from waves & winds all over the world.
Both my custumboards at 84 & 95 liters are designed by Francisco Goya at the cannery in Haiku on Maui and are absolutly incredible to ride. The 78 liter is a production Goya waveboard and at this size it is one of the best in the market. Has also developed a tast for offpiste snowboarding in lots of powder and crosscountry skiing in the winter pluss mountainbiking in the summer