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Scott Dillion Replica

Darren found this old Scott Dillon Surfboard under a house about a year ago. Built in the late 1950s it had seen better days. So we set about to reproduce it in timber and using our new Eco Board building method by vacuum bagging paulownia over a recyclable polystyrene core. The finished product turned fantastic and as Darren found out, it took a while to get used to it. There has been a lot of interest in this board as people have seen when they have come to make their own boards at our Workshops. So if you like the Old School type of surfboards and one with some Australian history about it, come along and make one yourself.

Fine Tuning the Cork Rails

Our ECO Boards are built with Recycled Cork Rails and the last part of the build process is shaping the cork rails. Cork is very forgiving and makes an excellent material for rails on surfboards. No more knocks and dings on yours rails, the cork just springs back to its original shape. Jane sanding the cork rails on her 7'6" Eco Splinter.

Wedding Anniversary

What do you give your spouse for your 5th wedding anniversary. Wood is the accepted Gift, So when you both enjoy surfing, what better way than to come along to a Tree to Sea Eco Board Workshop and build yourself a wooden surfboard together. Ross and Ruth celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary by building an Eco Board together.

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Ph: Rob 0409 211 751 

Ph: Gary 0423 804 975

Ph: Darren 0417 055094

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