Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Not only did World War II help to spread surfing, it also saw the launch of a new generation of lighter surfboards.
The Lofoten Islands, in Norway, are known for their beautiful scenery, open seas and sheltered bays, making them ideal for water sports such as surfing.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Surfing is a popular worldwide sport and according to the International Surfing Association, there are an estimated 23 million people taking part across the globe.
The brightly-coloured Portuguese Man o’ War is a strangely beautiful marine creature - but it's also highly deadly and venomous.
Global warming is having a significant effect on our planet. The temperature of the earth's atmosphere is gradually increasing as a result of the greenhouse effect.
Surfing is a great sport that's highly competitive - so it's no surprise that the people who take part will often set and challenge records. The commitment and passion exhibited by surfers, who are taking on the power of nature and the oceans, make surfing into an extreme sport, which tests the limits of the participants.
Surfers are facing an uphill battle against high levels of plastic pollution in our oceans. Carelessly discarded plastic waste has been described as our planet's "biggest ever challenge".
Nicaragua is one of the greatest places on earth to surf. Located in the Pacific Ocean and bordered by the Caribbean, Honduras and Costa Rica, it has an ideal tropical climate.
Here at Ocean Magic, we’re pretty stoked about some new features and recent successes coming out of the factory. So what better excuse than the launch of our new website to tell you 8 things you probably didn’t already know about us.