Testing has been successful and Surf Snowdonia are happy they have addressed the reliability issues at the site.
The £6 million project will offer waves for all abilities, creating knee to headhigh waves in 3 separate surf zones.
It is well known that wetsuits are laden with petrochemicals and are non biodegradable, and although a few are turned into bracelets or beer cosies, most simply end up getting slung out with the rubbish.
As quick as was humanly possible they slipped into their Dryknit lined C-Skins wetsuits and enjoyed a 3-4 hour session in the frozen sea.
All the ingredients within SETT Surf Rash Cream are natural, there are no harmful petroleum chemicals and, although not recommended it is even safe enough to eat!
SETT Surf Rash Cream can not only help prevent rashes in the first place, but with ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Manuka Honey and Pawpaw seaweed, it can also sooth and relieve sore, dry and chapped skin as well as being used as a daily moisturiser too.
The EASD have joined forces with Surfing Medicine International to design and release an iOS and Android Surf First Aid App which provides valuable information on life saving and first aid, that every water user should consider downloading.
The possibilities are endless and now instead of just sharing your work socially with a few a friends, you can share it with the world and make some money in the process.
Two kayakers in Moss Landing, California have had a lucky escape when one humpback nearly landed on them earlier this week.
Although always a closely guarded secret, it is believed photographer Kate Bellm, inspired by Reef’s spirit of travel and adventure has fused youth culture with a twist of 60’s and 70’s style photography.