Picture of a surf shop in southern California. Surfing is a favorite form of recreation for many people who love the ocean. Surf shops cater to amateur surfers as well as avid, professional surfers.
There are plenty of excellent surfing spots located on the Atlantic Ocean along the East coast. Learn about them here and find links to surf shops from Maine to Florida.
A tote bag with stripes of orange, pink, and yellow rests on the sand on a windswept beach. A blue and white towel is haphazardly placed under the tote bag. In the background, the ocean surf crashes into the shoreline.
This aerial view was taken above the Oceanside Pier in Oceanside, California. The Oceanside Pier stretches 1,954 feet into the water and is the longest wooden pier on the west coast of the United States.
A lone palm tree stands on white sands, while calm, blue waters provide a calming backdrop. The islands dotting the Caribbean Sea offer sun, sand, surf, and sky for those looking for a respite from today's busy world.
A man in a wet suit takes advantage of a windy day, as his windsurfing board speeds along the lake. The sail is full, and the speed of the board has created a wake behind the surfer. Don't let cold weather and chilly waters keep you on the beach.
A bridge and covered wharf sits in the blue-green waters of Mexico, while a blue sky suggests worry-free days sitting in the sun. People who are searching for serenity, water, sky, and surf can find it in Mexico's warm, tropical environment.
Gregg Owens, 64, a retired paramedic from Henderson, Nevada, passed away at a hospital after the outgoing surf smashed his body against rocks at Ocean Beach in San Diego.
Daily Mail. Fri, 11 Jan 2019 21:30:31 GMT.
From scorching tennis courts in a summer Down Under, to the ice and snow of Pyeongchang, the surf and sand of Australia's Gold Coast and the humid, hectic heart of Jakarta, a rich diversity of Asia's venues have been showcased ...
New Zealand Herald. Wed, 19 Dec 2018 15:25:07 +1200.
MacLaren, James. Learn to Surf. Guilford, CT. Lyons Press. 1997.