Olo of the Sun: 19 feet of pure pleasure

Passion and spirit is what drives Roy Stewart. He's more than a surfer or a surfboard shaper. Stewart is making dreams come true.

That's why this man is developing the "Olo of the Sun", a 19-foot wooden olo surfboard, inspired by the ancient Royal Hawaiian art of pure ocean swell gliding.

Roy Stewart is a purist and spiritual defender of the origins of surfing as a ritual and a sport.

The "Olo of the Sun" also links Tarot symbolism and the Solfeggio Frequency 852Hz, the frequency associated with pure love.

The future 19-foot wooden surfboard will open up new territories which can be surfed.

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