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June’s Surf Park Headlines

2024 is a pivotal year in the industry. Exciting new projects are breaking ground while other parks are opening to guests. This year, we’re seeing more parks open to the public, which means there’s a greater need for people to work in the booming industry.

Lost Shores Surf Resort Officially Begins Hiring 

Lost Shores Surf Resort, a destination in Scotland, says they’re ready to hire. The exciting project will open soon, and now they’re looking to fill these roles:

  • Food and Beverage
  • Visitor Experience
  • Wellness
  • Surf Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Housekeeping
  • Marketing
  • Sales and Events

Check out the company’s LinkedIn page for more details.

UNIT Unveils Waves in Italy

Popular skimboarder and surfer Blair Conklin highlighted the latest UNIT Surf destination. Conklin headed to a new wave in Italy and shared a look at the technology powering up. Conklin then showed off the wave’s capabilities by grabbing several different boards.

Check it out:

More Waves for Melbourne

New reports of what could be the largest surf park in the Southern Hemisphere include new details about Surf ‘n’ Play Aquatic Park. Endless Surf technology will power the waves in the Australian city. Media reports say the entire park will be 38,200 square meters of indoor and outdoor space—more than 400,000 square feet.

Surfing in a Centuries-Old Canal

The City of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, unveiled a new surf destination in a centuries-old canal. The waves are thanks to SurfLoch’s technology. Check out the awesome new surfing area.

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