Perry Surfboats have excelled in their constructions Integrity and Performance, winning Championships across Local, State and Australian Titles.

Our TEAM is passionate for the sport & dedicated to the support of all our crews in their performance goals & achievements. 

 

Friday
May032013

CONGRATS TO OUR TEAMS @ AUSSIES13 !

Another awesome year from all our Teams at Australian Championships 2013.

Perry Surfboats congratulates all our 'Team Perry' competitiors for another high performance year! A long week in the Kirra surf & sunshine produced exciting racing & supremely close semi's and finals!

Perry Surfboats have extended their reign of Open Boat to 7 titles straight! Further success on the Dias, winning 10 medals, nearly half of the 21 on offer. Gold in Opens and U/23! Silver in every category but Juniors. Well done to all our Crews!

Team results are :

RELAY: Mona Vale backed up their NSW title to take Gold in the Surfboat Relay, in their first year in this category. Also great to see South Curly win the Bronze!

OPEN MEN: 1st Mona Vale, 3rd Batemans Bay.

 

RESERVES:  2nd Coogee, 3rd North Cottesloe, 5th Mona Vale.

U/23 MEN:  1st Queenscliff, 2nd North Cottesloe.

OPEN WOMEN:  2nd North Cottesloe,  Tugun finalists.

U/23 WOMEN:  2nd North Cottesloe, Carlton Park TAS finalists.

 

 

Wednesday
Apr032013

QUEENSCLIFF SLSC LAUNCH THEIR NEWEST PERRY

   Queenscliff Surfboat Launch 2013

Queenscliff's Boat Captain John Vickery hosted a superb boat christening for their latest Perry Surfboat. In wild & wet conditions they launched successfully with a great turnout for the name in honour reveal, the long time member and official 'Big Alan'.

Wednesday
Apr032013

NSW State Tites Success

(20.03.2013) At this years NSW state titles, Perry surfboats had great success winning 9 out of a possible 21 medals in very mild conditions at Ocean Beach on the Central Coast.

Congratulations go to Champion crews/club :

Mona Vale Open Women's

Batemans Bay u23 Men

Mona Vale  Surfboat Relay Team

and all other medal winners, good luck for the coming Australian Championships!