Event Info

Welcome to the official site of the Tiree Wave which runs annually –  This Years Dates are 12th – 19th(inc.) October 2019

The Tiree Wave Classic is the longest running professional windsurfing event in the world. It was founded in 1986 and has run to the present day. It showcases the best of the UK’s windsurfing talent across a number of fleets ranging from Juniors to World Cup Professional Windsurfers.

For spectators the Tiree Wave Classic provides an amazing opportunity to immerse into surf culture for the week. Surfing, windsurfing and paddle boarding are all available to try along with a range of other sports and an event village.

There are multiple events and nightlife functions on during the week making the Classic a great option for everyone. Please see the event schedule page for more details.

Wild Diamond Water sports based on the Isle of Tiree has been sanctioned by the British Wavesailing Association to act as the official event hosts for the Tiree Wave Classic since 2015. We are delighted to be in a position where Tiree residents will now, for the first time in the Event’s history, be able to control the direction and success of the windsurfing event that is in its 32nd year on Tiree. Key changes from 2015 onwards will involve much more participation from local businesses and community groups on the island.

Meet our team

The guys that stitch the event together on an annual basis...
    William Maclean

    Local Spot : Crossapol

    William Maclean
    Event Host
    Gavin Dunlop

    Local Spot : Balevullin

    Gavin Dunlop
    Event Co-ordinator
    James Cox

    Local spot: Troon

    James Cox
    Logistics Manager
    Calum Nicol

    Local Spot: Troon

    Calum Nicol
    Youth Wave Camp Co-ordinator
Tiree Wave Classic TV Coverage
Find our channel on Youtube

Tiree Wave Classic

Tv Coverage

International Television and social media coverage

International Riders

Top profesional competitors from around the world

High physical attendance

TWC Creates a positive economic impact on the island of Tiree