The 5th edition of the Petro Surf Festival took place in Sylt, offering participants the perfect weather with temperatures around 25°. This year's event, organized by Ken Harke, a passionate surfer and Porsche enthusiast, proved to be another resounding success. The festival found its home at the picturesque Samoa Seepferdchen, a prime location right on the beach. With an impressive turnout of over 90 cars, and hundreds of visitors streaming through the grounds, the festival created a vibrant and lively atmosphere.
Enthusiasts from Germany, Belgium, and England made their way to the festival to be part of the action. The overall ambiance was incredibly relaxed, mirroring the laid-back nature of the surfing and automotive communities. To kick off the festivities on Friday, a thrilling kart race was organized, taking participants to Rømø and back on an exclusively booked ferry, which was met with great excitement. On Sunday Porsche auf Sylt invited the counity for a breakfast with a community drive and a relaxed fade out of the event.
One of the highlights of the festival was the unique artwork created by Stevie Gee, which adorned the posters and hoodies available for purchase. This annual gathering has undoubtedly become a staple for surf and Porsche enthusiasts. Until we meet again at the next Petro Surf Festival!