RMS Surfboards is a fully in-house surfboard manufacturing facility on the NSW Central Coast. Mixing old school craftsmanship with the latest shaping technology and materials, RMS is a veteran manufacturer with over 30 years experience in shaping and crafting Performance Surfboards. Rex Marechal has shaped for some of the greats as well as hosting a hardcore team of chargers and rippers, and is intuitive when it comes to getting you on the best board for your ability. We have an extensive catalogue of proven models but can custom tweak any of them or create one specifically for the individual as we are foremost a custom board manufacturer. Although most of our boards are PU/PE, we do specialise in EPS/Epoxy construction as well and arguably make some of the best around.
Communication is the key to getting the goods when it comes to surfboards and we urge you to support our mantra #knowyourshaper and follow us on instagram for the latest happenings with our boards and team. We ship Australia and Worldwide and offer special accessory packages when you purchase a board from us. We also stock a range of Accessories from FCS, Futures, FK, and Modom in house.
It’s simple, our goal is to offer the best advice, service and value out of any brand manufactured in Australia.
2/125 Gavenlock Rd,
Tuggerah, NSW 2259,
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