Pete Cabrinha is an American big-wave surfer and windsurfer and kitesurfer. He is the founder of Cabrinha Kites, a brand which is distributed by the Neil Pryde group. The company specializes in the manufacture of bow kites and kiteboards. Cabrinha appears in the 1998 Zalman King film In God’s Hands.
- "When The Surf's Way Up". CNN. July 12, 2004.
- "Pete Cabrinha profile". Kiter.com. 2004.
- Michael Perry (September 19, 2006). "Surfers chase 30m waves".
Hawaiian Pete Cabrinha holds the title for the biggest wave ever ridden – a monster Jaws wave measuring 70 feet (21m) which broke on a reef off the Hawaiian island of Maui in 2004.
- Stacie Stukin (September 3, 2001). "He's Taking a Wing Above the Waves". TIME.
- Cabrinha kites
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