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Polyester v Epoxy: Which one is best?

Polyester Resin has ruled the industry for decades – for nearly 80 years Polyester Resin has been used to make marine craft of all types. Surfboard construction, in the early days, was from a simple boat resin, quite dark, and only basic woven fibreglass cloths were widely available; cloths finished in two types of finishRead More

October 10, 2018 / Meg / Uncategorized

Amy Dyer; The Young Soul Surfer

Amy Dyer, a young surfer born in a farm in Braunton. From a young age, this junior surfer has truly made a name for herself, competing in contests across the globe. Living on a farm away from the waves, Amy’s Father would pick her up everyday after school, and drive straight to the beaches. AndRead More

October 9, 2018 / Meg / Seabase News

Ocean and Man: How US Blanks are making a difference.

Can you remember a time when you were walking down on your local beach, and it was completely clean from plastic? It is horrifying at the extent of plastic pollution we have in our oceans in today’s society, ruining sea life all around the world. Gosh, I was walking along Paignton beach the other day,Read More

Ordering A Surfboard

For anyone, ordering a surfboard can be quite daunting; especially beginners. We understand that the board needs to be perfect for your unique self. It can’t just be a shop brought, ‘that has a pretty colour on it’ board. It needs to feel exactly right, and the surfer needs to connect totally to the board.Read More

The Local Surf

Fistral Beach ‘A Sunday morning breeze flows through your bedroom window. The curtains dance with the 5 am wind, and the birds start to stretch their wings and sing a song. You awake to the sweet sound, and roll over and check the surf report. Perfect. As always. No need to check. You leap outRead More

Who Are We?

We started surfing in the 60’s. In 76′, we started Seabase. In the 80’s, we began making surfboards. Since then, we have developed, shaped, glassed, polished and delivered over 25,000 surfboards worldwide. We concentrate on new surfboard manufacturing techniques, and now almost exclusively make surfboards from advance blank designs. From our extensive experience, we alsoRead More

Cam McKegg – as good as it gets….

Cam #campbellmckegg is a Raglan regular – he lives there and loves it and raised his beautiful family there. I was chatting with Cam and my friend Hamish, Cam’s father, in New Zealand about the advanced tech we were trying to put into our boards. Nothing new, they thought, nothing revolutionary that wasn’t on the marketRead More

September 24, 2018 / Murray Steward / Seabase News

RNLI Rescue Boards

Our boards save lives too: The RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute) patrol our beaches and seas around the whole of Great Britain. We are proud to meet their exacting specifications and requirements to produce their rescue boards in our UK factory. Their requirements are rigid and strict – essential when lives are at stake. OurRead More

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