Some of the best windsurfers from the Goya/Quatro Team travelled to the Marshall islands and filmed their trip with GoPro cams. In this Eleven to Dark Production, produced by Levi Siver,  you can watch the Aloha Classic winner Levi Siver, super talented Bernd Roediger, shaper Keith Teboul, brand manager Lalo Goya and sail designer Jason Diffen. They land with a little prop airliner in paradise and enjoy the life in the western Pacific ocean, surfing the right hander with style on their windsurfing gear, surf boards and sup boards.

The Marshall island are part of the island group of Micronesia and the islands were first explored by Europeans in the 16th century. The country has the US Dollar as the official currency and as well English as an official language. The other official language is Marshallese. The islands are definitely a great playground for everyone, who would like to sail far away from crowded spots and in cleanest water conditions with waves breaking over corals. What’s still hard to understand is the fact, that the U.S. tested from 1946 till 1958 almost 70 nuclear weapons, what affected an incredible high nuclear radiation. Several islands were completely destroyed. Radiation can be measured still nowadays.