When we were kids I was always worried about getting hit in the head by an 8 oz sinker when surfing right next to the pier. Since the sand that collects around the pier pilings make for a much better wave, we came to the conclusion that it was worth it. That was back when […]
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Tony Silvagni wins WBLA Kona Waterman Classic Pro Division 19 May 2013- The WBLA Kona Waterman Classic Pro got off to a fantastic start yesterday with lots of fun events. In knee to waist high glassy surf, Local CB fav Tony Silvagni edged out Brad Rose by 0.3 of a point to take the win. […]
Bluewater Summer Music Series to Host Overtyme at 4pm today. Check for the details in the ‘Gallery and Events’ tab on the website.
New Policy for Wrightsville Beach Police Department gives Police authority to confront suspicious persons on private property- Corporal J. Rich was recognized as the Wrightsville Beach officer of the year. The observance prompted the discussion of concerns at the Wrightsville Beach Police Department at the Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen meeting on Thursday, May 9. […]
The Kona Waterman Classic in Wrightsville Beach, NC, presents the Longboard Classic on Saturday and a Stand-up Paddleboard (SUP) open ocean race on Sunday. These events will be followed by an awards ceremony as well as raffles and music. The event is open to boys and girls and men and ladies in seven age classes. […]
: – – Following an out of this world Final Day of nice waves and tremendous surfriding performances, the 2013 ISA World Masters surfriding Championship formally closed. Team South Africa is that the new 2013 Reef ISA World surfriding Games Team Champion. South Africans is that the winner of the Fernando Aguerre World Team Champion […]
The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History, housed in the turn of the century Myers Cottage, exists to preserve and to share the history of Wrightsville Beach. Visitors to the cottage will find a scale model of Wrightsville Beach circa 1910, exhibits featuring the early days of the beach including Lumina Pavilion, our hurricane history and […]