Posted on March 18, 2023
In Recent surf camp news. Nolan Senn, 14 yrs old and son of surf camp owner Jason Senn, won the 14 and Under Explorer NSSA Regional Surfing Title in Hawaii over spring break. Nolan, who learned to surf at surf camp and spends his summers there in California, resides on the North Shore of Oahu the rest of the year. Nolan also finished 5th in the Open Division. He is the defending Under 14 Hawaii State Champion and is looking to qualify for the USA Surfing Championships this coming June.
Nolan is currently sponsored by Quiksilver and Crispy Grinds. Follow him on IG @nolan.senn and keep an eye out for him at surf camp this summer.
Posted on September 29, 2013
HAWAIIAN: THE LEGEND OF EDDIE AIKAU
A new film honoring North Shore legend Eddie Aikau.
Video: Taublieb Films | Sam George
Using a combination of archival footage, family photos, first-person accounts, and re-enacted scenes, Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau provides a thorough account of the life of one of Hawaii’s greatest waterman. As each person in the film gives his or her recollections of Eddie, a clearer picture of his humility and courage emerges.
For more on the film Check out Hero’s Journey on Surfline for a in depth review of the film by Christiam Beamish
Posted on September 27, 2013
Posted on September 26, 2013
Quiksilver Indo employees help Red Cross blood supply
BY: Quiksilver, 26 September, 2013 :
Bali, Indonesia – PT Quiksilver Indonesia has conducted a blood donation program recently in order to help out the local community.
The campaign titled “Setetes Darah Selamatkan Sesama” or “A Drop of Blood to Save Others” will become an annual occurrence.
With a two-week preparation required more than 50 employees saddled up to donate blood for the cause. The purpose of the Blood Donor Program is to help increase the blood supply at the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI), which in time will be contributed to those in need.
Posted on September 25, 2013
SAN CLEMETE, California – September 25, 2013 Endless Summer Surf Camp just finished their last camp of the 2013 summer season at San Onofre State Park Campground, in San Clemente, California.
Starting the first week of June and running through the second week of September, Endless Summer Surf Camp hosts a weekly 5 day overnight surf camp session that runs Monday through Friday. The overnight camp includes accommodations, all meals, drinks and snacks, 24 hour supervision, and all your surfing equipment as well as surf instruction.
Campers learn all the basics of surfing including paddling the board, catching waves, standing up on the board, wave selection, turning techniques and surf etiquette. Continue Reading
Posted on September 16, 2013
We had another awesome summer at Endless Summer Surf Camp and made great memories with all of our friends, new and old. Check out the Go Pro Shots from our Last session of the summer. We captured Ron showing fine form on the waves, Rafael, our instructor showing an off the top…
Posted on September 13, 2013
The best surfers in the world are all gearing up to take on the legendary Lower Trestles. Tune in this Sunday, September 15th to start watching all the action unfold on the live broadcast at one of the most high-performance waves on the planet. http://thehurleypro.com/live/surf/hd
Posted on September 12, 2013
In the 70’s and early 80’s Australia ruled the world of competitive surfing. America’s last surfing hero was Rolf Aurness, the 1970 world champion, who seamed to fall off of the face the earth when he dropped out of competitive surfing altogether. Aussie legends like Michael Peterson, PT, Rabbit, Cheyne and MR ruled the sport while Americans quietly watched from the sideline. That is until 1982 when Thomas Roland Curren the unassuming introvert from Santa Barbara, California appeared on the stage and single-handedly forced Australia into the back seat.
Tom Curren quickly became one of the most famous surfers in the world, a title that he would hold for nearly two decades. Born on July 3, 1964 to mother Jeanine and father Pat Curren (legendary big wave rider and surf board shaper) Tom began surfing almost as soon as he could walk. By the time Tom became a teenager his depth of wave knowledge and how to ride them was next to legendary. In the perfectly shaped point breaks around Curren’s home in Santa Barbara, Tom developed a smooth competitive style that would forever change the world of surfing.
An early 80’s California surf film, Off the Wall 2 was the first to show Curren ripping apart his native Rincon and Sandspit, quickly setting him up to tackle the big leagues. As a two-time West Coast, United States amateur champion, Tom didn’t have the need to outsmart his competitors because he could simply just out surf them. In 1983 Tom entered the pro ranks even though he was still just a gangly teenager. Continue Reading
Posted on September 8, 2013
The September sessions are always so much fun. What a great way to end the summer in the waves with friends. The Session # 14′s images are up on our gallery. Check them out…
Posted on September 7, 2013
We have had another fun week of surf and fun. The September sessions area always an awesome time. Thank you to the great group to share the waves with. — at San Onofre State Beach trail 4.