Mossel Bay, June 2016: Dr Ryan Kempster is a shark biologist and founder of the non-profit organisation Support Our Sharks (SOS). He obtained his Continue reading “Working with Sharks: Dr Ryan Kempster”
Mossel Bay, August 2016: Fiona Ayerst is a specialist stills underwater photographer. She’s also a writer, public speaker, tour guide and a passionate Continue reading “Fiona Ayerst: Underwater Photographer”
Like any other ocean / water sports there are inherent dangers that you need to be aware off. As a stand up paddler one of the biggest dangers are offshore winds i.e. a wind that blows from the land out to sea. Remember the same applies to lakes and rivers. Continue reading “Sup Safety Tips To Save Your Life”
Name: Brigette van Aswegen
Age: I am 21 years old with 20 years experience (…Good answer there B)
1. Tell us a bit about yourself.
I live in Kommetjie and I am a mum. I have insanely gorgeous and hysterical twins girls who share the love of the ocean like me. In fact Mia came 5th at her first South African Long Board Champs in Mossel Bay in April. I work in a very dynamic team in the property department at Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs in the Foreshore and am very driven. Continue reading “Women who SUP: Brigette van Aswegen”
Muizenberg aka Surfer’s Corner is probably the most famous and well know beginner surf spot in Cape Town. It is one of the few spots in the Cape Peninsula that has waves all year round and it’s gentle, rolling waves is suited to everyone especially long-boarders and stand up paddle boarders. Even onshore here is more or less ride-able. The added bonus is that its waters are approximately 6 °C warmer than those of spots on the Atlantic side, thus you don’t always need a wetsuit. Continue reading “Spots: Muizenberg”