Sponsors

THANK YOU TO ALL TWC SPONSORS!

The Taranaki Windsurf Club would like to thank the following companies. Without your help and generosity we wouldn’t be able to keep running this awesome event! Interested in sponsoring? Then Contact Us to find out how.

Support the Sponsors that Support the TWC !


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Carbon Art Windsurf boards are designed to take your windsurfing performance to the highest level. Every board is made to your order using our leading edge production process. Designed & Built in New Zealand | Tested & Enjoyed Worldwide

Website: www.carbonartwindsurf.com 

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Spore* is a freelance graphic design studio that offers a wide range of services for all your design, illustration and photographic requirements. Proudly supporting the TWC with awesome T designs since ages ago!

Website: www.spore.co.nz


NZ Boardstore
NZ BoardStore: We are NZ’s Premier Watersports Store. Open 7 days a week, and only 200 metres from NZ’s most popular windsurfing spot.

Website: www.nzboardstore.co.nz


S2 Maui
If you’re wanting legendary sail design and magic performance, find your way to S2Maui – the natural culmination of Barry Spanier’s and Art Szpunar’s design philosophies and sailing passion.

Website: www.s2maui.com/

Putting flavour in your glass…CRAFTED UNDER THE MOUNTAIN, BREWED BY THE SEA. Home Grown in Taranaki. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

Website: Brew Mountain’s Facebook Page

 

At Vertigo Surf we have over 100 surfboards in stock, as well as heaps of Fins, SUPs, Snowboards, Wetsuits and Surf Accessories. We pride ourselves on making sure you end up with the boards that works for you.

Website: www.vertigosurf.com

mollywoppy
Molly Woppy Quality food and great flavours bundled into a fun offering, for all to enjoy!

Website: www.mollywoppy.co.nz

westcoastsails
Windsurfing and boat sail repairs, custom covers, beanbags, bags and more!

Website: http://www.westcoastsails.co.nz

windsurf-nz
Windsurfing New Zealand’s focus is on building up the local clubs, getting more clubs going, getting more sailors into clubs, and of course getting more people both young and old into windsurfing!

Website: http://www.windsurfingnz.org