Cocoa Beach Surfing Santas World News
Surfing Santas started as a family celebration in Cocoa Beach, Florida and the festive spirit has exploded in popularity after attracting international media attention.
Many people in other cities and nations around the world have been inspired to get out with their family and friends during the Christmas Holiday and have fun surfing and sharing the waves. From California and Great Britan to Australia and New Zealand, Surfing Santas has caught the “international wave” and is growing in popularity.
June 2016: He might be six months early, but Santa aka Heiarii Williams has arrived to hand out some early gifts with Teahupoo about to pump.
谁说圣诞夜一定要窝在室内吃大餐？上百名冲浪客今天装扮成圣诞老人，参与一年一度在美国佛罗里达州举行的圣诞老人冲浪（Surfing Santas）活动，以另类方式庆祝圣诞假期。 – 北美新闻
La tradición empezó en 2009; los fondos reunidos son entregados a una fundación estadounidense
Ein Strand in Festtagsstimmung: Hunderte als Weihnachtsmann verkleidete Surfer sind am Cocoa Beach in Florida über die Wellen geritten. Für das zum siebten Mal stattfindende Event namens “Surfing Santa” wurden laut den Organisatoren vorab 500 Armbänder verteilt für diejenigen, die als Santa Claus auf dem Wasser unterwegs sein wollten.
Aldi in Australia is running the “Perfect Aussie Christmas”, an advertising campaign that ventures away from the traditional “white” Christmas.
Celebrate the holidays by catching a few waves with fellow Santas, snowmen, elves and maybe even a reindeer or two. Wear your best holiday garb as we enjoy the Season of warm water, warm waves and good times! The Surfing Santas of Cocoa Beach will be having their event at the same time!
The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel presents the Fifth Annual Surfing Santa Competition. Honoring the resort’s longtime commitment to worthy causes, this event supports Surfers Healing, whose mission is to enrich the lives of people living with autism by exposing them to the unique experience of surfing.
Everyone knows that this is Santa’s busy season. What you may not know is Santa Claus loves to surf!! For the average person these weeks leading up to Christmas can be pretty stressful. But imagine the workload Santa has every year!
A host of Santas made waves off the Cornish coast when they took part in a seasonal surfing competition. About 35 hardy surfers donned the full costume, including beard and hat, to take part in the Santa Foamie Surfing Contest at Fistral Beach, Newquay, today.
DOZENS of Santas swapped their sleighs for surfboards last month, raising £531.78 for the Joe Way Appeal in the process. More than 30 surfers donned Santa costumes before taking to Fistral beach in Newquay with their foamie surfboards to compete in a seasonal surfing competition to raise cash for charity.
For the last few years the Wallabi Point community has been gathering together at Tarrants to enjoy the Surfing Santas. It began with a couple of dozen but has now turned quite large with people from as far as Ireland and France turning up for the event.
I’m down in Christchurch for Christmas 2014. Yesterday we took a walk along the Boulevard at Sumner Beach. I spotted a couple of guys heading out for a surf wearing santa hats. After asking them if it was OK to take their photo, they let me know that there were a bunch of friends on the way doing the same.
Dozens of surfing Santas are taking to the water in Newquay for a fundraising surf contest. The Santa Foamie Surfing Contest at Fistral Beach will see 35 competitors dressed in Santa costumes over their wetsuits. There will be an open division for men and women alongside an U16’s division.
Courtesy of South Wales Evening Post reporting on this story of Langland Bay Santa Surfing, it is clear to see this Christmas is going to be a festive celebration! A MASS of surfing Santas are expected to gather at Langland Bay next month.
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