McTavish Noosa ’66 Review

What the McTavish Surfboards site says about the Noosa ’66:

‘We’ve been making this board for 50 years! As the name suggests, this is a straight out replica of the board I designed and honed on the Queensland points through the mid sixties, testing and riding with Russell Hughes and George Greenough. The board features a full rolled bottom, 50/50 rails, a tail-hippy template, and a flat rocker profile. We all love the Noosa 66 and it’s been the one model that’s had the beautiful cut-lap tints and heavier glassing going on forever. What a sweetheart! The prettiest board we make!’

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

Image Source: McTavish Surfboards

What people are saying about it:

“The Noosa ’66 is now in its 9th year of production, and is still a pleasure to ride. It has a flat rocker profile, a nice rolled bottom, and some of the best craftsmanship you’ll see anywhere in the world. The Noosa ’66 is a strict single fin, and is now available in a new range of tints, swirls, and classic volan. Triple and double stringers are available, as well as heavy weight laminations. This is the classic to keep in the quiver for the small point breaks.” – Surf Science

“This one would be an amazing piece to add to your collection (and to take for a ride too!). Amazing looking board.” – SoulSurf

Sizes Available:
Available Lengths: 9’3” – 9’8”

Sample Dimensions:
9’2″ x 22 1/2″ x 3″
9’4″ x 22 1/2″ x 3″
9’6″ x 23″ x 3″
9’7″ x 22 1/2″ x 3 1/4″
9’8″ x 23″ x 3″

Here are videos we found of the McTavish Surfboards Noosa ’66:

A video posted by Matt Chojnacki (@thewaxhead) on

Here are Instagram pictures we found:

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