New Hawaii: the story of Fabrice Beaux

"New Hawaii" is the windsurf movie story of Fabrice Beaux, the all-round water sportsman, who found a new goal for his life. The film is directed by Sylvain Demercastel.

Fabrice Beaux has spent 10 years in Hawaii and became one of the top pro windsurfers in the world. He started windsurfing when he was ony 12 years old.

His dream has always been to find the perfect place for watersports until one day he stumbled across a place known as Kingfisher, part of the Northern Philippines coastline.

"New Hawaii" shows how Fabrice used his knowledge and experience to teach watersports to the local people and underprivileged children, with the aim to change their lives and welcome them into the watersports community.

Discover what Fabrice and many others regard as one of the most exciting and unspoiled surf spots in the world, while enjoying the spectacle of watching some of the best watermen as they experience their first session on the water at Kingfisher.

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