Friday, September 28, 2012

Surfinn Surfcamps launch campaign in the Maldives…

Surf Travel

Surf'Inn dedicated to the most competitive prices

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 20 June, 2012 : - - Surfinn Surfcamps has recently launched its newest surf destination: the Maldives! The surf travel company has long been planning its presence in the region after realizing that the prices were unachievable for most surfers.

Pedro Quirino (Surfinn’s managing director) mentioned that “…some of the current prices are too high. We managed to offer the same services and conditions sometimes for half the price!” Pedro has also announced the new goal for the company. “Our main concern is to have the most competitive prices in all the surf destinations we operate. If you find something cheaper, let us know and we’ll do something about it!”

We all know the Maldives offer some of the best waves, blue crystal waters, and warm temperatures all year round, but sometimes the most famous spots are more crowded than Cornwall in the summer. At Surfinn, we will specially promote Central Atolls to bring back the position of Maldives as a paradise for surfers, where for example you can have a breakfast on a desert island before heading to a remote surf break and then spend time with friends resting in white sandy beaches on one of the many desert islands.

On the Maldives, Surfinn will have the exclusivity of a small fleet operated by a local partner enhancing service and the overall experience by welcoming every single guest at the airport and making the arrival experience stress-free and fast reaching the yacht or islands.

For the moment, Surfinn is operating with a surfari boat for up to 12 people with the most competitive prices in the region; two luxury yachts with amazing facilities and comfort for up to 24 people; a guest house and surf camp in front of Cokes, one of the best surf spots in the Maldives; and a luxury resort with an exclusive access to Lohi’s long left wave.

Among the crew that Surfinn recently led to the Maldives is Francisco Canelas, the Portuguese surfer who returned to devote himself to the competition, one of the protagonists in a short film and soon to be launched in the Maldives Surfinn page.

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