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Intro


Shape your own Surfboards

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Intro


Shape your own Surfboards

 

Catching waves on a craft you created using your own hands can be one of the most epic feelings ever. At Cold Hawaii Shaping Bay we believe that everyone should get the chance to experience this and that's why we created the first and only public shaping bay and surfboard design-school in North Europe.

 
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Features


Features


What we do

We provide the best possible instructions and board building tools for surfers and creatives on all levels. If you already know how to shape but want to enjoy every backyard-shapers dream facilities - apply for membership. If you want to learn the tricks of the trade or have your shaping skills refreshed- take one of our classes.

We have most materials, workspace, tools and knowledge that can enable your timeless craft to live up to your dreams.

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WORKSHOP MEMBERSHIP

Become a member of Cold Hawaii Shaping Bay to get access to shaping bay, glass shop, sanding room, great material-deals and events.

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Shaping course

Join in on "Surfboard design 101" interactive group workshops or private lessons where we guide you through the steps of making your dreamboard. We talk, you control the tools!

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Glassing Course

Learn to glass your craft from start to finish. We can help you with your resin artwork or regular layup.

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bio


bio


 

SHAPE INSTRUCTORS

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Mads ring

Windsurfer, surfer, SUPer, OC-1 paddler, foiler, industrial designer and shaper. Mads has an enormous curiosity for floating crafts which has led to some interesting ideas come to life. His background from the Technical University of Denmark and his "study-trips" to Hawaii has taught him to combine hand-shaping with fluid-dynamic theories and cutting-edge processes.

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Peter Joseph Jensen

Born and raised in Nørre Vorupør, Cold Hawaii. His carpentry skills led him to make hollow wooden surfboards that not only are high performance surfboards but also art-pieces. He masters wood as material, but he also has numerous of foam logs and mini-simmons under his belt.