By Svein Rasmussen
Starboard founder and former pro racer from Norway, Svein Rasmussen, recently forwarded us a letter from Thailand, sharing with us a unique adventure where he met Nobel Peace Prize winner...
There’s a hurricane of activity around the office today, as the issue is finally taking shape. The printer is churning out proofs and as the completed files are put to disk, it is once again time to thank our contributors.
By Jud Bartlett
When Publisher, John Chao first suggested the idea of putting an F-16 on the cover of this issue, the immediate impression that I got was that he might be a little touched.
With all of the hype about the influence of the media on our social behavior these days, we at American Windsurfer can’t help but to feel partly responsible for contributing to this phenomenon.
You do a great job with your mag. Please keep your independence from the corporations by not going overboard with the equipment tests and vacation reviews.
By Karen Engler
On my first visit to Bonaire I became a windsurfer. Never mind that seven or eight years ago I resolved that never again would I subject myself to the torture and humiliation...
For years, Bonaire has been a gem of a secret for many windsurfers who enjoy a quiet, windy island with uncrowded sailing.
By Kelly Moore
Recent Legislation is threatening to essentially repeal the Clean Water Act as we know it.
By Mark Archer
One of the first things before you even get out on the water is getting the right mental attitude for it. Don’t worry about getting wet. Just get loosened up.
By Brian Thompson
In the spring of ‘93 I returned to LA from an extended job in Key West where I had converted to the religion of windsurfing. Desperately in need of a congregation, I searched the LA area looking for that special shop where I would meet my new windsurfing buddies.