Morocco has a mystique that has long drawn artists, hippies and bohemians to its shores. On the Northern flank of Africa, its latitude puts it within easy reach of Europe and before long windsurfers started venturing to explore its potential, discovering the magical town of Moulay. The legacy of these pioneers has been a generation of Moroccan windsurfers who are as talented as the amazing conditions they can call home. Read on for an inspirational tale of how windsurfing changes lives.
Words Boujmaa Guilloul, Abderazaq Labdi & Pavel Vcislo // Photos John Carter, Fish Bowl Diaries, Malika FathAllah, Mario Rodiles & Zinou Guiri
This feature was originally published in the November/December 2016 issue.