The essence of the ladies surf weekend is to bring together women from all walks of life to celebrate and enjoy our relationship with the ocean through surfing. The ladies surf weekend is for women of all levels of surfing ability, aged 16 or over, from the complete beginner who has never been in a wetsuit to the total professional. The coaching and instruction team cater for all levels over the two day event including beginner, intermediate and advanced instruction.
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Tramore surfer Craig Butler writes about a normal days surfing on the South East coast of Ireland and a visit to Kilmurren Cove in Co.Waterford. Photography by Stephen Higgins and James Hearne Photography.
The swell continued to pulse for the next week as surfers every where picked there spots from Kerry to Antrim to get some of the epic off shore conditions around Ireland’s coastlines….
Sunday the 21st of October 2012, 18 Seconds @ Aill Na Searrach Cliffs of Mohar Ireland. Ireland and Europe’s big wave surfers enjoy a Super Sunday in perfect conditions on the west coast of Ireland. Photo’s from Philippe Gosseau, West Coast Photography Lahinch Co.Clare.
Flow House™ is a new exciting entertainment venue pioneering the fusion between flowboarding, food, beverage, retail, and events. It is a slice of the California beach culture prepackaged as a destination that epitomizes the surf lifestyle in the local flavor.
Fionn Rogers strikes again with a great edit of Billabong Team Rider Cain Kilcullen ripping the Irish coastline apart! From Airs to sick Irish barrels Fionn and Cain deliver yet another quality Irish surf video! Check out Fionn’s new website http://fionnrogers.ie/
From Crab Island To Mullaghmore – Swellseekers.ie interview’s Peter Conroy on Tow Surfing around Ireland and His Billabong XXL Ride of the Year Nomination. Photo’s by David Olsthoorn Photography and video by Conor Conlon.
Some of the world’s best big wave surfers are hurriedly making their way to Ireland to compete in the third annual Billabong Tow-In Session at Mullaghmore in county Sligo.Event organizers today gave the amber light for the one-day event on the strength of a giant swell forecast to reach Mullaghmore this coming Monday (January 21)
Mullaghmore Head 30/12/2012 by Peter Martin. Paul O Kane, Neil Britton, Dylan Stott, Lyndon John Wake, Barry Mottershead, Pete Craig and Andrew Cotton surfing moody Mullaghmore last day of 2012!
Fergal and Micky Smith Surfing Aileens in March 2012. The day saw perfect 6-8ft barrels roll along the reef and Mickey dropped the camera and got some for himself…Fergal and Mickey were not the only ones surfing that day. Some impressive surfing from the local crew Tom Dogie Harrison, Tom Gilespie and Dave Blount. Glyn Ovens and Richard Dickson from Wales were charging. Newquay’s Mitch Corbet snagging some nice ones and boggers Steve and Dan from Cornwall getting deep on some Aileens perfection.The lads got barrel after barrel all day long….
Reef Living… For some making the trip to the coast becomes part of the experience. From the moment you wake, closing the door of the car, to the start of the engine. Each captured through sound and vision which is embedded deep within your brain cells for post stories of the highs and lows, each moment subconsciously recorded in fine detail, stuff videographers dream of…
Limerick Photographer Sean Rusty O’ Dwyer shares his insight on been a surf photographer in Ireland. Featuring Ireland’s Fergal Smith, Cain Kilcullen, Peter Conroy, George Karbus and Tom Lowe.