With a typically French sense of adventure, masters of wave sailing style Jules Denel and Thomas Traversa flew north in search of fresh new experiences on the pristine, and isolated Icelandic coastline.
Story Thomas Traversa & Jules Denel Photos Sophia Regerbis
(This feature contains some unseen images from an article that first appeared in the April 2013 issue of Windsurf Magazine. To read more like this hot-off-the-press, print and digital subscriptions are available here.)
9AM. I wake up. My phone’s ringing. It’s Jules Denel. While I pick up I manage to slowly find a way out of my sleeping bag and put my shoes on. Next to me lays Sophia, on the passenger seat. I can’t see her head under the jackets, but I assume she’s still sleeping as the other end of her sleeping bag isn’t moving either. It’s the end of August, but it’s freezing cold as, since last night, we’re somewhere in the southwest of Iceland. Jules should be with us, but his call comes from France.