Dodging the crowd at Teahupoo with 18-years-old Frankie Harrer and Raimana Van Bastolaer.
During the Billabong Pipe Masters last year, Billabong Women’s team invaded the North Shore for a week. The girls surfed all day, hung out with Teen Vogue, watched the Billabong Pipe Masters, did some hiking, ate lots of yummy local food and had an amazing time together. Because when the working day is done, girl’s just want to have fun.
Located on the southern end of Tahiti and widely considered the “heaviest wave in the world,” it’s safe to say that Teahupo‘o isn’t for the faint of heart. And with some of the best surfers in the world trying to get in on the action, it’s hardly a place where you’d expect to see a teenage girl on the wave of the day—but that’s exactly what happened this past May, when Malibu, California’s Frankie Harrer took a trip down to French Polynesia.
Alessa Quizon, Courtney Conlogue, Ellie Jean Coffey, Felicity Palmateer, Frankie Harrer, Justine Dupont, Laura Enever, and Stephanie Single shred the tropical shores of Sumbawa, Indonesia.