The history of surfing began with the ancient Polynesians. That initial culture directly influenced modern surfing, which began to flourish and evolve. desire for the best possible waves to ride make them dependent on conditions that may change rapidly, given the unpredictable nature of weather events and their effect on the surface of the ocean. Because surfing was limited by the geographical necessity of an ocean coastline with beaches, the culture of beach life often influenced surfers and vice versa. Surfboard is the single most recognisable accessory and symbol of surfing representing deep connection with nature, love for adventure, spirituality, unpredictability, raw power, and destiny.