Skeleton Bay – Project Two by “The Windsurf Project”

The Windsurf Project releases its second project featuring Thomas Traversa, Camille Juban, Flo Jung and Leon Jamaer. The famous left hand wave of Skeleton Bay in Namiba is one of the longest sand-bottomed waves in the world. 

Jamie Hancock: “We headed to Namibia in search for a wave never windsurfed before. This project is something that is close to the heart. I grew up watching some of the most amazing windsurfing films which is what drove me to want to become a professional windsurfer. Not so much to be a ‘pro’ but to be able to go in search of incredible waves. Filmmaking for me came from wanting to make films like the ones that originally inspired me so much. ‘The Windsurf Project’ is the ultimate combination of those two loves of mine. It’s a passion project that has already taken us to two of the most insane windsurfing events, windsurfing Nazaré and the first people to windsurf the perfect wave in Namibia. Thomas Traversa is someone that I’ve spent a lot of time as team mates with Gaastra & Tabou and as friends. He has always been one of the best and most committed wavesailers who has been discovering his own waves for years. Along with Thomas and a few friends we’ve set out on a journey in pursuit of true perfection.”

Skeleton Bay – Project Two by “The Windsurf Project”

Produced: Old Dog Studio – olddog.studio
Film: Julien Robinet | Jamie Hancock
Photography – Pierre Bouras – pierrebouras.fr
Music Credit:
Artist: Clapton Fox | Song: Departure
Artist: The Walking | Who Song: Have You Seen the Colours
Artist: Clapton Fox | Song: Marching Into Morrow

 

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2018-11-28T15:52:51+00:00November 20th, 2018|

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Gaspar
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Wow! Some of the best footage I’ve watched ever. The video is just perfect. The spot is other-worldy.

Gjongo
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Gjongo

Beautiful movie. Angles. Camera. Waves!! Perfection! Refreshing!

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Beauty to watch! A huge thanks to the amazingriders for warming up our spirits in the cold months ahead.