Recently I began this blog dedicated to the sport I really like – surfskis. I live in Oslo, Norway with my family and manage a consulting engineering company http://www.moe-as.no.
Surfski is a new thing in Norway and not many have discovered it yet. But with more than 30.000 active paddlers and very cold to extremely cold waters the safety inherent to a surfski is a big part of the future for Scandinavian paddling. Buy shares now, I would.
I like to compare the surfski to a road racing bike and sea kayaks to heavy steel touring bikes with a lot of storage capacity and a much slower temper. Like the road racing bike a surfski is fast, it’s nice equipment, only takes a few hours and gets the pulse going. Then of course there’s a huge added bonus – downwind, even funnier than downhill.
In my spare time I work freelance for Getty Images and Lonely Planet as a travel photographer, see http://www.sunewendelboe.com . Recently I’ve discovered that this combines nicely with visiting surf ski destinations around the world.
Sune Wendelboe / July 2014