Range of Mistral

Adventurist

Race 14'0
14'x28

Sunburst

Sunburst
9'6x31 1/2x4 3/8

Interceptor

Unlimited 17.6
17'6" x 24.3" x 363L

Stealth

Unlimited 17.6
17'6" x 24" x 307L

Malia 12’6

Touring
12’6 x 28” x 7.5”

Heritage Adventure

Recreational fun
11'5x31"x6"

Vortex SD1

Race 14'0
14'0x21,5"

Vanquish 14.0

Race 14'0
14'0x24,0"x7.1"

Rigs and sails

Adventure and windsup

Vortex AIR

Race 14'0
14'x28"

Slipstream AIR

Race 12'6
12'6x28"

Tribe Bali

Tribe entry and school
8'6x27"x6"

Tribe Java

Tribe entry and school
9'6x31"x6"

Tribe Sumatra

Tribe entry and school
10'6x31"x6"

Tribe Lombok

Tribe entry and school
11'5x31"x6"

Santa Anna

Adventure and windsup
10'6x31"x6"

Spirit 12’6

Race one design
12'6x30"x6"

Vortex

Race 14'0
14'0x24"x9"

Equinox 12’6

Race 12'6
12'6X25''

Equinox 14

Race 14'0
14'0x24,6"x10'3

Slipstream 12’6 flatwater

Race 12'6
12'6x23,3"x7,5"

Levuka wave rider cruiser

Wave and cruise
11'2x32,2"x4'6"

Squab New Wave

Wave boards
7'2, 7'6, 7'10

Cloud Boards

Wave boards
8'2, 8'6 ,9'2

Levu & Fiji

Paddle and Sail Allrounder
12'x33"x4,5"

Big Sup 18′ & 16′

Big Sup fun
18'0x57"x8"

Asana yoga/fitness

Fitness yoga
11'5x32"x6"

Lotus yoga/fitness

Fitness yoga
10'0x36"x6"

Limpopo river

Adventure and windsup
11'0x34"x6"

Colorado River

River and stream
9'4x36"x6"

Nautique Maritime

At anchor
11'5x31''x6''

Trekker adventurer

Dual chamber hiker
14'0x34''x6''

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Each month, we carefully craft together, rolling video updates and stories from around the world, presented by Mistral’s very own TV Presenter, Mascha Lange. Showcasing Mistral’s Water Life and Living personalities, products, sports, destinations, fashions and lifestyles and plenty more!

31st January 2019

Love your Waterways

It’s now no secret that our oceans and waterways are in serious trouble on account of the rubbish and pollutants of all different types that find their way into them. Worst of all, most of us feel powerless to do much about the problem, especially when you know yourself already to be responsible and one of the majority, who never disposes of rubbish irresponsibly, no matter how small. You may even be one of a growing number who actively collects rubbish at every opportunity.

The question we all ask ourselves, why would someone actively pollute? Well, mostly it’s to do with being ‘disconnected’ from nature and being out of touch with all that it consists of. To acknowledge and embrace the world around us, including the beaches and waterways we play upon, requires us to love, respect and appreciate, this is not our natural habitat, but a place we come to play upon and in. That being said, the more connected you are with these elements, will make all the difference.

The Tahitians will tell you, that the ocean is the largest living organism in the world and the surface that we see is simply the skin of what lies beneath. Our oceans and water water ways are all connected; rivers and canals connect to the oceans like veins and arteries flowing to the heart and they must be kept clean and free of debris and we, as water users, must act as guardians and caretakers of this giant living organism as part of our duty of care. Make this connection and your participation in water sports will be all the more richer for embracing it as a part of your very soul.

Marine life doesn’t leave trash behind, people do. Acting like a marine animal as an extension of your water sport is a natural extension of behaviour for waterman and women, therefore be sure to share your passion for protecting your playground at every opportunity.

25th January 2019