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From the Collection of Australian National Surfing Museum 77 Beach Road Surf City Plaza Surfcoast Highway Torquay Victoria

Layne Beachley surfboard shaped by Stuart D'Arcy in 2003. The surfboard is a three fin, 5' 10" rounded pin with yellow rails and blue pin lines.

The board was ridden by Layne Beachley when she won her record 6th straight World Professional Surfing championship in 2003.
5' 10" x 17 3/4" x 2 1/2"
Object Registration
layne beachley, stuart darcy, darcy surfboards, reach for the stars foundation
Historical information
This surfboard was ridden by Australian surfer, Layne Beachley at competitions around the world for the 2003 ASP Professional World Surfing Tour. In 2003 Layne won her record sixth straight World Professional Surfing Championship. Layne would go on to win the word title for a record 7th time in 2006. Layne Beachley learned to surf at Manly Beach in Sydney. She is the first woman in the history of sport to win 7 professional world titles.
When Made
Circa 2003
Made By
Stuart D'Arcy (Surfboard shaper)
The surfboard is of world significance. It was ridden by Layne Beachley, Australia's most successful competitive surfer, when she won her record sixth straight World Professional Surfing Championship in 2003.
Inscriptions & Markings
Boost, Gallez, Layne Beachley Reach for the Stars, Darcy and Oakley logos on deck
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:11AM