In September Marc Paré, Antoine Albert & Marino Gil drove to the north western part of Spain because of an awesome forecast. And the three windsurfers got rewarded with some great conditions at the Costa de la Muerte in Galicia. They met Ricardo Campello there, who was on the same mission. Ricardo not only made it on the water and released an action packed video from Galicia a few weeks ago. He as well captured brilliant drone footage from Marc, Antoine & Marino. Thumbs up!
Mathieu “Mat” Pelikan from Siam Images enjoyed the trip, too and produced a very nice clip with some great shots:
“A bunch of friends, a good forecast with wind and waves and here we are, in Galicia, the land of trees, empty line-ups and cows. One more amazing trip in which I was asked to film those young rippers. Respect to Marino who hardly sail on starboard tack and is now under-17 world champion. Thanks to Ricardo Campello for sharing his drone shots. Hope you enjoy! Aloha!”
Windsurfing Galicia with Marc Pare, Antoine Albert & Marino Gil
Video by Siam Images
Drone Footage by Ricardo Campello
Really impressed by Marc Pare! He feels the wave and senses how to get the most out of it ..and he is having fun…. I heard somewhere Alex Mussolini say” Watch out for Marc Pare!”. When Musso says something he is serious. I would love to get my hands on his infamous proto white simmer board ,btw… A. Albert impressing wave riding for a freestyler. The guy can do it all. As for Marino-good job for a Pozo jumper. He is catching up fast. All in all a grate video. Need a lots for the upcoming winter–for keeping the faith,… Read more »
Yeah Splash, he won the European wave title for a reason. He rips in all conditions. https://www.continentseven.com/ifca-wave-european-championships-denmark-2019/
Stunning images and sick riding! Someone should teach Marc how to aerial 😀
(Waves look a bit close-out though, don’t they?)
Great video. Agree with nicolas. One of the best in a while. Awesome sailing. Awesome shots. Nice work!!!!! Congratulations!
one of the best one I have seen for a while….