The Surf Hostel news
If you haven’t been to Morocco before, check out Benedict’s gallery and you may be inspired to visit.
He stayed with us for a while last season and took some amazing photoes.
Benny’s pictures seem to express the many mood’s of Morocco. Everything from local people’s faces, hessian bag’s full of spice, waves, and the lifestyle of ‘The Surf Hostel’, are captured with vibrant colour and black and white.
Have a look and get exited about the winter!
Looks like Ryanair are still pumping out the deals with flights in november for as little as £40 return!! Unfortunately they do sting you for boards and luggage, If you are planning on taking a large bag and a surfboard, try Easyjet, the initial seat cost is higher but the baggage cost is more reasonable.
Always go direct to the airlines website for the best deals.
Book Early because prices go up everyday, as seats get sold!
Easyjet fly’s from Gatwick to Agadir
Ryanair Fly’s Stanstead to Agadir
Remember we will organize transport from Agadir to us, and its only 40 mins down the road.
Tyler Warren, connoisseur of all alternative boards, proving that the little Bumblebees can handle some pretty solid waves.
He’ riding a 5″4 here.
Check out the Bumblebee on our board’s page to see our 5″6 version.
When talking to Malcolm about shaping us this board I used Tyler’s 5″4 as a reference point.
Good to see it living up to its full potential in Moroccan waters.
check out the latest issue of Surfer Mag for more Tyler and Morocco.
keep ripping those Bonzers.
heres a nice clip of Taylor riding an octofish almost identical to ours, (towards the end)
Joe, Anton and I Cruised up to boilers the other day on a solid swell, only to find it perfect and empty!
It looked pretty solid as expected, for some reason I had brought the 5’10 bonzer octofish. I was a little worried that this was a pore board choice.
There were some sick waves out there, Im sure if you were capable there would have been some serious barrels, Joe and I struggled as Anton (with the famous cut foot) shot from the rocks.
The Ocotfish actually went so good out there, I couldn’t believe how much hold and control it had, I honestly think it was the perfect board for the conditions.
We both got some good waves and some whomping set waves to the head, just wish I’d got one of the longer barrels that we’d watched from the rocks.
Check out the water drawing off the rocks 5 feet infront of me, the inside section is gnarly.