Our Past is a Compass to the Future

Eddie would go and leads the way to Aloha. His legacy drove exploration and research in Hawaiian culture, navigation and teachings. History links our past to the present. It helps us to recognize events which advanced our lives, civilization and technology. Surfing has deep roots in Hawaiian culture. In exploring this past, we can find ways to advance surfing performance. The great Duke Kahanamoku, Ambassador of Aloha, used long surfboards, some of which had a deep Vee hull. This hull served a purpose which can be very relevant today. Old concepts may make a big difference in modern surfboard performance. Round or Vee bows part water and push it out of the path of a speeding surfboard.

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square