There are 11 Surfing web directory related resources in this category!

  • ASP Association of Surfing Professionals
    The governing body of professional surfing. It provides complete information on contests and schedules, rankings, surfer profiles and media news resources.

  • Global Surfers
    Specializes in providing global travel resources and information for surfers wanting to expand their search for surf adventures.

  • SUP Trotters
    An online social network for stand up paddlers. Users can log their stand up paddle sessions and discover new spots as well as check-out SUP photos and meet new suppers around the world.

  • Surf Guru
    Gives information on surfing in Florida.

  • Surfer,The Original Since 1960
    Publication for surfers since the early days of the surfing craze.

  • Surfers Village
    An online resource for surfing enthusiasts. It is done in magazine format, and includes extensive information on contests, surf forecasts, tips, techniques and a section for learning how to surf for beginners.

  • Surfing Magazine
    The Surfing Magazine's companion website with photos, videos and articles covering surf competitions and other areas of interest to surfers.

  • Surfing Waves
    Surfing location recommendations, tips and tutorials for beginners and an active forum.

    Provides current information on surf locations, wave and weather conditions, surf reviews, news and a tutorial on learning to surf for the beginner.

    An online magazine-style website that prides itself on being a site for surfers and by surfers.

  • Surfline
    Offers extensive resources for surfers who need real-time updates on their favorite surfing locations.

Surfing, and surfing gear, is extremely popular all over the world. A web directory search of surf clothing companies show that they have locations in areas that have probably never even seen a wave large enough to surf on. Surfing and surfing gear have become parts of popular culture in places such as the United States, Australia, and even Japan.

Surfer culture is one centered on not worrying about anything but catching that next big wave. Surfing has also become a very popular spectator sports and surfing competitions are gaining a larger audience each year, and surfing athletes are finding themselves more popular as well.

But for all that it has accomplished for the masses, surfing still remains a very solitary and singular experience for the person engaged in it. A surfer looking for a wave is by themselves on the water, and when the wave hits the surfer has only their skill and ability to make sure that they get to shore safely. If something goes wrong the surfer can only hope that someone saw them in trouble, and that they come out to help.

But that is the attraction of surfing to most of the people that get involved in it. Many surfers love the feeling of just themselves against the waves, and that feeling of rocketing through a wave and landing safely on shore.If you are a surfer, it is important to be informed about the weather conditions, safety of the surfing place as well as the status of your equipment before rushing to catch the next wave. It is important to be clued up about the weather because it would not be pleasant to travel hundreds of miles to the most popular beaches and spend your days indoors because of heavy rain. In addition to this, surfers know the safest spots where they can do what they know best: surfing. Sharks are a very serious problem and many people were seriously injured or even killed because of the frequent shark attacks.

Surfing is a great water sport that is said to be very addictive. It is wonderful to break the wave, but all the surfers should be aware of the fact that it takes months of practice with professional surfers before going for the real deal because this can be dangerous as well. What the surfers are craving for are big waves, waves that can usually be found at the ocean beaches, where the wind blows so hard that is forms enormous swells, a delight for sports people.

Santa Cruz or Oahu are only two of the most known surfing spots. If you are a surfer and you want to find out more about this great water sport, a web directory can list links to discussion boards and forums where you can ask questions and receive answers about everything that concerns you related to surfing. Besides this, links to online equipment stores are also available.

Surfing is not for everyone, and it is certainly not something you want to try without having a few lessons first. There are many dangers involved in surfing from the power of the wave that can pull you under if you fall off your board, to the creatures of the sea that can cause injury or even death.

But for the surfer all of the danger is worth it, and there is no feeling like grabbing a huge wave and riding it to the shore. Then they grab their boards, and head out to try it all over again.