The 6th Annual Wahine Classic is Here!

The 6th Annual Wahine Classic is Here!

Locals and visitors alike will tell you they love Wrightsville Beach for our crystal clear waters, the gorgeous beaches and the killer surf! The Oceanic is proud to be a part of the Wrightsville Beach community and provide a destination for our guests to enjoy a meal with family or reconnect with friends over drinks, all while enjoying the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and Coast. In fact, the Oceanic is also a must visit location if you’re trying to catch some surfers revel in the tides.

Some of the best surfing spots in Wrightsville Beach are just feet from the Crystal Pier, connected to the Oceanic. The pier provides an ideal viewing spot for happenings on the coast, listening to the waves and also watching the local surfers ride the tides. Wrightsville beach is also home to many surfing competitions, one of which is right on the horizon, The Wahine Classic.

Oceanic Restaurant, View of Surfer Wrightsville Beach

Surfer in Wrightsville Beach

 

The Girls are Back in Town

The Wahine Classic is now in its 6th year and brings together professional and amateur female surfers from all over the country and globe to participate in a fun and exciting, 2-day event which will benefit the Southern North Carolina District (SNC) of the Eastern Surfing Association (ESA).

The Wahine Classic starts on Friday, August 10 with a kick off party for the surfers and they families, with Saturday and Sunday being all day surf competitions. The competition is held directly to the right of the Oceanic. So if you you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend – head over to the Oceanic and watch these impressive, female surfers show us how its done! For a fun schedule, visit: https://www.wahineclassic.com/schedule-of-events/

Annual Wahine Classic

About the Wahine Classic:

One of the missions of the Wahine Classic is to promote the physical, mental and emotional wellness in women and girls. As an all-female competition, they are passionate about the well-being of their Wahine surfing community. They believe that surfing, time spent in the ocean and having a supportive ocean-focused community has a positive impact on health and wellness. To learn more about this fantastic, all-female surfing competition, visit their website here.

Interested to share with them how surfing has impacted your life? Email jo@wahineclassic.com.