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12/05/2013 - created by Chris Yates

WINDSURFING INTO THE UNKNOWN

Bears, raccoons and windsurfing too as the Soltysiak’s and Max Matissek explore Vancouver Island

The next episode of ‘Windsurfing into the Unknown’ has just been released. ‘Windsurfing into the Unknown’ originally began with Michael Rossmeier (F2 / Avanti) and Philip Soltysiak (Starboard / Sailworks) back in 2010 when the duo explored Columbia. Now, three years later the adventure still continues, this time with Soltysiak, his brother, Tom Soltysiak, and fellow PWA superstar Max Matissek (Fanatic / North).

In search of unspoiled and untouched waters, the trio decided that an epic trip to Vancouver Island, Canada, would offer the perfect recipe for their latest adventure. The movie features windsurfing in stunning scenery as Soltysiak and Matissek launch themselves into the latest freestyle maneuvers such as sick shakas, one-handed burners and skopus. 

As all windsurfers know, windsurfing can sometimes require patience, waiting at the mercy of mother nature. In times of no wind the trio explore the rest of Vancouver Island, where they encounter bears and racoons, who want to take over their camp. Additionally there’s also some SUPping in more beautiful scenery. Sit back, relax and enjoy thirteen minutes of the new ‘Windsurfing into the Unknown’ episode, which is brilliantly shot and edited.

To see this brilliant new movie click here.

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