• Familiarize yourself with the local laws and customs of the country to which you are traveling to (get insurance if necessary).
  • Pack any extra items in your board bag (wetsuit, towel, trunks, etc.) that could be used for padding.
  • Respect the locals both in and out of the water at your surf destination.
  • Always let your friends and family know your travel itinerary before you leave.
  • Label the inside and out side of your board bag with your contact information.
  • Remove all wax from your boards before packing them to avoid a melted mess in your board bag.
  • Always attach an extra removable fin key to your boardshorts and car key set.
  • Always bring an extra leash string, never know when it’s going to break and you don’t want to have to use your shoelace!
  • Take a picture of your luggage/board bag before leaving. This could help in the recovery process if anything goes missing.
  • Bring a roll of clear duct tape or surf stickers for emergency ding repairs.
  • When flying remove the straps from your board bag, they can get caught on something and damage your bag or board.
  • Always pack an extra pair of boardshorts/swimsuit in your carry-on bag.
  • Put a small lock on your surf board travel bag, so the security at the airport will not go through it.
  • Know before you go, get updated swell alerts and watch the forecasts.
  • Eat or grab food to go before you board full-service meals on domestic flights are a thing of the past.
  • Split up your valuables in different pockets, your suitcase, board bag and wallet when packing.
  • Avoid checking your luggage and risking loss of time and belongings by packing light, using standard size carry-on luggage.
  • Adjust your attitude for holiday travel and “keep things in perspective”. Expect things to take longer and relax.
  • Book your surf trip during the non-holiday times and look for last minute deals.

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Austin, TX, 78718

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