Waxing a white surfboard

Best Surf Wax for Surfboards

Surf Wax for Surfboards is crucial for your security while surfing, and utilizing one is going to let you enjoy the sport. No matter in case you’re an amateur or maybe a seasoned surfer, knowing what wax fits your needs best is an additional advantage within the long run. Your surfboard is made very sleek … Read more

Mijn Geschiedenis Deel III

Na in de zomer van 2006 de Arrows Maxx Speed zeilen gekocht te hebben, ook kleine maten was het de bedoeling om er ook een klein board bij te scoren. Uiteraard wou ik voor Starboard gaan aangezien de 2 voorgaande boards ook starboards waren. In Nederland was ik niet zo blij met de starboard importeur … Read more


Not to long ago did Dennis Littel speeds on an formulaboard very close to 35 knots. After that amazing performance I started to think… Lenght of an fin can not effect speed directly. What does finlenght do? I know one thing for sure, finlenght does create lift. Larger fins are easier to bend, combined with … Read more


Last weekend I surfed on the Gouwzee with not much wind. Since I started speedsurfing all my lightwind gear was sold to pay the highwind gear. But BEFORE speedsurfing or before mid-2006 I had a lot of experience with big sails gusty wind and optimalisation crosswind speed. I am talking about speed in max 12-13kn wind! … Read more


Already 2 sessions in a row and it looks like today will be the third on ‘t Kuitje, it is a nice oppurtunity to test. Not only I learned about my new gear, finally I got my speed a bit better with Northeast wind. The trick is getting a lot of speed crosswind, this can … Read more


Name: “Roo” aka Kean RogersAge: 48Profession: RetiredHometown: Hood River, Columbia River Gorge, USAFavorite windsurfing spots: ARooBar, Sao Vincente, Sotavento, The Gorge Could you tell us what is your favorite speedboard right now? Why do you like it so much?It would have to be the Carbon Art Speed 44 Mk II, sweet board to sail with an incredible wind range. The … Read more


An old term or not???? Close the gap is something to make your drag lower. When the sail comes closer to the board “air” can’t flow between both sailsides. These tip flow can cause a lot of drag “theoretically” Now I was thinking do I close the gap???? I often or almost all the time … Read more

Sonntag SL-S 300


Today I repaired my Sonntag SL-S 300 which was crashed in a bunch of roots last session. Also worked for 4 hours on the Fanatic Falcon 262 and it is almost ready for action, putted good footstraps on the board, I made the bottom flat again. Tomorrow some sanding/paint and it will be ready for … Read more


I have been a user since mid-2008 of the Neilpryde MXT system. Now it is about time to put a review about the Neilpryde power M-base. The MXT extender review and Review with comments are really positive from me and I still 99% agree with these reviews. I have bought 2 Power M-Base, average per session I do >2 hours … Read more


This fin is a glass moulded fin, made under extreme pressure. You can buy this fin in 8 sizes, and all of them are fast. Before I used Select-Fins everybody always told me “moulded fins” comes together with “inconsistency”. These rumors came from people with a lot of windsurfing experience. Now I have used several … Read more