Severne Sails is now Severne Windsurfing
As part of Severne’s expansion onto a wider range of products, which now include more than just windsurfing sails, we will be updating our name on our social media channels to reflect the current status of the brand. Here below are some details of upcoming changes.
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As the fall season is making its mark all across Europe, one event at Lake Garda in Italy turned heads all across the world. A fleet of red sails took over the lake for an incredible week filled with action. A record setting junior and youth clinic followed by the 2020 Garda International Games left no doubts about the full potential of this new, exciting evolution of windsurfing.
50knots+ winds hit the beach of “Le Jai” in Marignane located in the south of France, just in time for the second stop of the French racing tour. Severne rider Benjamin “babou” Augé took third place. Check out these crazy images.
The new 2021 Psycho freestyle board and Freek freestyle sail hit the water at Brouwersdam, Netherlands. Severne rider Dieter Van der Eyken and friends push the gear to the limit on this autumn day.
The first ever Singapore Wind Foil Nationals was concluded October 4th 2020 and was a major success. The 2-day event was hosted at Aloha Sea Sports Centre and organised by the Singapore Sailing Federation.
For this issue Simon Bornhoft continues the quest to give you the best possible gybes. So if you combine the Dyno’s super smooth easy turning qualities and the core Windwise skills that have enhanced thousands of gybers, you’re going to be cranking those corners!
First time on the speed course and a near victory The "Prince Of Speed" event just wrapped up in La Palme, France. This spot is a well-known location for speed sailors who regularly visit the local La Franqui beach for some serious speed sailing. After a long holding...
Guaranteed a fun time and unrivalled hospitality at René Egli Fuerteventura and Innside by Mélia Fuerteventura Despite worsening travel possibilities and coronavirus restrictions all across Europe and beyond, the Severne team made its way to the island for...
A successful year for Rookie Class The concept of the Rookie Class has been to get more young riders into the sport of windsurfing in a great environment surrounded by great teachers. For windsurfers under 18 years only, Rookie Class is purely built around developing...
Japanese Severne rider Takumi masters an impressive amount of moves at the young age of just 13. In this interview, we learn about his background and how he is so good at such a young age.