Thursday, June 9, 2016

[YAKSON HOUSE] THE UNWRITTEN RULES OF SURFING / SURFING / SUMMER SPORTS / SURFING TIP / HOT SUMMER




[YAKSON HOUSE] THE UNWRITTEN RULES OF SURFING / SURFING / SUMMER SPORTS / SURFING TIP / HOT SUMMER








There is a certain level of understanding between
surfers as to what is considered proper surfing etiquette. 








Don't drop in


When you paddle 
for a wave,
always look inside 
before you take off,
just in case someone else
caught it before you.









Wait your turn


if someone has been waiting
longer than you,
they have first choice for
the next wave.

At a point break,
the surfer waiting longest
paddles closest 
to the first possible
take off spot which 
is called 'the inside' of
the wave.

On a beach break them waits
their turn at 'the peak'









Don't snake


If someone's 
already padding 
for a wave and
it's their turn,
don't paddle inside them and
try to claim the wave 
out of turn.
That's called 'snaking'.









The surfer on the inside has the right of way


Once a surfer is up 
and riding on the inside,
it has right of way.



Now, you get it about surfing?

For this summer,
let's have so much fun
on the beach!