A deal for all pro surf fans!
From private wavepools to guided surf adventures, the wozzle is taking surfing uptown. Fyre Festival-style!
Today's offering is the newly created VIP Passes for CT events. Starting on the Gold Coast, fans of pro surfing can show their loyalty by purchasing the 'Atlas Pass' for either the full event (USD $1,299) or daily (USD $299), which includes:
- Prime viewing, screens, and shade at the WSL VIP lounge every day the competition is on
- Complimentary food and drink at the WSL VIP lounge
- Athlete meet and greet
- VIP welcome bag
- VIP Access to The Drop concert in Coolangatta
The same deal is repeated at Bells, though I imagine punters would prefer to pay for sun rather than shade.
The 'Odyssey Pass' is introduced at the Margaret River Pro where for USD$16,000 a double, keen surf fans get:
- Premier accommodation within a 10 minute drive from site
- Prime competition viewing
- Complimentary meals and drinks when the competition is on
- Daily breakfast
- Two lay day activities that showcase the region
- VIP access to exclusive parties and The Drop concert
- VIP Odyssey welcome bag
- An invitation to a personalised athlete mixer [Ed's note: ???]
The Corona Pro Bali steps it up with a USD$22,900 Odyssey Pass, which is pretty much the same as above but includes sunrise yoga (two sessions) and a trip to a waterfall - no airfares but.
The J'Bay comp shows how feeble the Rand is with the Odyssey package costing just USD$13,900, plus look at a lion and surf with penguins.
In Tahiti, the Odyssey pass allows you to "live like the locals do" for just USD$17,000.
There are currently no passes available for Brazil and onwards.