William and Harry: forget Wimbledon, let's hit the waves | Photo: Marc Giddings

The British Royal family is known for a profound passion for boardsports and watersports. Edward, Prince of Wales, had already debuted a connection with the ocean when, in 1920, he was photographed surfing waves in Hawaii.

Later, in August 1978, Prince Charles was spotted riding a windsurfer in Australia. In a "Life" magazine photography, Prince Charles shows his great physical shape and a matchless style.

This time, Prince William decided to give up his special seat at Wimbledon for an intense bodyboarding weekend with Harry, his brother. The result? Party time.

William and Harry went for the waves in a Polzeath beach, in Cornwall, alongside with a group of friends. Kate Middleton's man had already enjoyed his bachelor party in a surf trip, on the north Devon coast.

The Royal wave riders still need to train more, in order to compete at the highest level. Note Harry's amateur hand positioning in the nose of the board.

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On November 26, 2018, the World Surf League (WSL) suspended the iconic Peahi Challenge, in Maui. Why? There was too much wind, and the conditions were too gnarly for big wave surfing.

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