Six Senses Laamu Partners With Pioneer Of Luxury Surfing; Tropicsurf
Six Senses Laamu has released a public statement, partnering with the world-renowned pioneer of surf and travel, Tropicsurf.
Tropicsurf is a surf company based in Australia which has been operating internationally for over 30 years. Over the course of their company's development, Tropicsurf has built a roster of 50 different specialist coaches that are stationed in 9 countries.
With their trademark of 'luxury surfing', Tropicsurf has perfected the art of providing the ultimate surfing experience. Without discriminating age or ability, Tropicsurf assures that anyone can surf in style, comfort and safety.
Since the company's establishment, Ross Phillips the Founder & Director of Tropicsurf, has been on a quest to discover and unearth the world's ideal surf spots. With their immense experience, time and finesse in the industry, Tropicsurf now presents an exclusive selection of the most coveted surfing resort properties. Their collection of hot spots are all distinguished five-star resorts and boats operated by the top hotel brands in the world; each location carefully selected judging by their surf breaks.
Six Senses Laamu and Tropicsurf's mutual interest and desired outcome for their collaboration is; to help people to reconnect with themselves, others and the world around them, while simultaneously providing an extraordinary guest experience. Tropicsurf's locations are handpicked to offer guests the option of a cathartic solo-surf vacay, a romantic surf adventure with your spouse, or a fun-packed family-friendly holiday destination.
In accoradance with Six Senses Laamu's devotion to sustainability and maintaining the environment and natural habitats, Tropicsurf has generously contributed eco-friendly surfboards to support the great cause. Tropicsurf presented Timbertek boards and the world's only surfboard production to have a Sustainable Surf Ecoboard certification; Firewire surfboards, which is also the 11-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater's personal preference.
Six Senses' General Manager, Marteyne van Well said, "A partnership with Tropicsurf feels like a natural progression for a resort already preferred by an enthusiastic faction of annual surfers. Those in the know have been surfing with us for years. Not just the pros, but families and first timers who have come to enjoy our privacy, nature and connect with the ocean. You can't come to the Maldives and not try surfing. Partnering with Tropicsurf will enable us to extend our current program and offer more bespoke experiences commensurate with each guest's ability and surfing appetite."
With the advantage of being the only resort occupying Laamu Atoll, Six Senses has all the surrounding surf breaks at it's disposal, to be indulged in exclusivity. For amateurs and newbie surfers, Six Senses offers the beginner's break just off the shore. For the more skillful surfer, Laamu atoll is also home to the famous surf break 'Yin Yang' which is five minutes away by boat from Six Senses.
Indicating Tropicsurf's familiarity and long-lived connection with Maldives, the company's general manager, Mark Winson said, "Tropicsurf has a long and proud association with the Maldives, having been guiding surfers through Laamu and to Yin Yang since 1988. Without a doubt the area is a surfer's paradise. There are so many waves to choose from. Add to that the seclusions of Six Senses Laamu as the only resort in the atoll, plus expert guiding, and you have a quintessential Maldives surfing experience in the making."