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1707, 2017

The 14′ Mistral Equinox

July 17th, 2017|

The 14' Mistral Equinox     Equinox stems from Latin origin and is made up of aequus (equal) and nox (genitive noctis -night), and is used to describe a day divided into equal portions of light and dark. [...]

307, 2017

Quad vs Thruster

July 3rd, 2017|

The year was 1981 when Simon Anderson changed the face of surfing. The heavy-footed Australian, sick of sliding out on the loose twin-fins of the era, had the ingenious idea of glassing in a centre [...]

305, 2017

The Walker Bay Xtreme

May 3rd, 2017|

  With a long weekend and an absolute stunner of a day… a trip to Hermanus for the Walker Bay Xtreme was a no brainer. Our cars were packed early and we were on the [...]

702, 2017

West Coast Canoe Challenge

February 7th, 2017|

  On Saturday the 4th of Feb 2017 the Deep South SUP crew packed the trailer and headed up the West coast to the Berg River in Velddrif for the West Coast Canoe Challenge. Most of [...]

302, 2017

Caleb’s Journey: A True Survivor

February 3rd, 2017|

Caleb's Journey: A True Survivor It was the 27th of June 2015. I was with my family at Buffalo Bay, enjoying time at the beach.  At about midday my two brothers and I [...]

202, 2017

Jetsurfing and Hydrofoiling with Gary & Tyran

February 2nd, 2017|

HYDROFOILING With the Internet alive with new technologies and designs in the surf and SUP arena, Gary and Ty were keen to give some of them a go.  The Hydrofoil has been at the forefront of [...]

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