At this event, a silent auction will be held for the special quiver of ‘Museum Edition’ Surfboards designed by Rich Harbour especially for this show. In addition, a Limited Edition (#3 of an edition of a only five! ) 50th Anniversary Harbour Surfboard made of Curly Redwood / Balsa, valued at $10,000, and many of the art images used in the exhibit will be included in this charity auction. The Surfrider Foundation and OCC Frank M. Doyle Arts Pavilion will benefit from the proceeds of this auction so please come bid on a piece of surfing history, support responsible stewardship of our coastal resources, and the arts at OCC as well.
Rich Harbour has been shaping since 1959 and has crafted more than 29,000 surfboards. Vintage Harbours are sought by collectors around the world who are eager to own a board handcrafted by one of surfing’s greatest living board builders. Rich still works every day, sculpting these exquisitely crafted surfboards in the oldest continuously operating shape room at 329 Main St. in Seal Beach, CA. After 50 years of shaping, he remains a vital influence on the art and design of the modern surfboard.
For more information on The Harbour Chronicles and the book signing event please visit honoluasurf.com/harbourchronicles
Harbour Chronicles: A Life in Surfboard Culture is Presented by Honolua Surf Company and sponsored by Ocean Life Inc.