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Black suits in white fjords – Alaska

created by dji camera Sitting on a boat in the middle of the Alaskan winter, surrounded by this amazing crew and a few icebergs, it finally hit me how truely incredible, seriously unique & purely entertaining this surf expedition was going to be! Arriving into Homer the swell forecast was looking solid. A bit too solid, […]

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10 European Waves To Surf Before You Die – Wavelength – Europe’s Longest Running Surf Magazine

PAUL EVANS 9TH JANUARY 2019 From the high latitude Scandinavian outposts preferred by bearded rubber fetishists, to Macaronesian Atlantic isle beauties and much on the Continental mainland between, Europe has an embarrassment of riches in terms of the variety and quality of its surf. Sure, some zones can be pretty crowded, and yeah, your chances of snaffling a legit […]

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How This Italian Island Became a Haven for Mediterranean Surfers

Surf communities in the Mediterranean have been steadily growing since around the end of the 1980s. In Italy, in particular, the growth of the sport, its magazines, newspapers, and competitions were all inspired by surf culture in other parts of the world with greater exposure to the ocean and a variety of waves. Over the years, Mediterranean surfers found their inspiration in photo books and videos and […]

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This Is What Road Trips in Chile Are Like; Where There’s Not a Right In Sight

When my partner first mentioned surfing in Chile, long left-hand points actually weren’t the first thing I thought of. I pictured Patagonia’s mountains, glaciers, and the roaring forties — everything but the picturesque surf. I grew up in Tasmania so I don’t mind surfing with a decent bit of rubber on and I’m accustomed to getting […]

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GALLERY: Wild Lineups From Around New Zealand’s South Island – Wavelength – Europe’s Longest Running Surf Magazine

LUKE GARTSIDE 19TH DECEMBER 2018 The New Zealand we know is merely the very tip of a mostly submerged continent. Millions of years of tectonic activity have forced it up above the sea, forming two intriguing slithers of land, which feature some of the most varied and dramatic scenery on earth. There are active volcanoes, […]

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Ben Weiland Talks About His New Film, “Coldwater Journal,” Now Playing | SURFER Magazine

FILMMAKER BEN WEILAND DISHES ON ARCTIC SURFING AND HIS NEW FILM, “COLDWATER JOURNAL” WEILAND’S BEEN HUNTING ARCTIC WAVES FOR A DECADE, ALL THAT EXPERIENCE CULMINATES IN HIS BEAUTIFUL NEW FILM DECEMBER 18, 2018 BY MATTHEW B. SHAW All Photos by Elli Thorr Magnusson “It’s an intriguing thought,” an unnamed avatar punches out on a black screen at […]

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How to Plan Your Perfect Surf Trip to Morocco | SURFER Magazine

YOUR OFFICIAL SURF TRAVEL GUIDE FOR MOROCCO EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE GOING ON A SURF TRIP TO THE LAND OF RIGHT POINTS NOVEMBER 7, 2018 BY ASHTYN DOUGLAS Surfers who have Morocco on their travel wish lists are often seeking long, flawless righthand points and powerful, slabby wedges. Those were exactly the kind of oceanic […]

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Conexão Garopaba – Chile – Waves

  Mendoza. Argentina. Foto: Ailton Souza Cordilheira dos Andes. Chile. Foto: Ailton Souza João Paiva. Chile. Foto: Ailton Souza João Paiva, Daniel Knijnik e Ailton Souza. Chile. Foto: Arquivo pessoal Cordilheira dos Andes. Chile. Foto: Ailton Souza Cordilheira dos Andes. Chile. Foto: Ailton Souza João Paiva e Daniel Knijnik. Punta de Lobos, Chile. Foto: Ailton […]

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Scoring Novelty Wedges & Reeling Rivermouths In Scotland’s Unsung Corners

LUKE GARTSIDE 6TH NOVEMBER 2018 Britain’s most northern nation was recently voted the most beautiful country in the world by readers of the Rough Guides, a notoriously trustworthy bunch. We’ve done plenty of strike missions; drive for 15 hours, jump on a ferry to the outer isles or score the slabs on the mainland and […]

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The Faroe Islands Has Just Two Local Surfers; We Travelled There To Find Out Why – Wavelength – Europe’s Longest Running Surf Magazine

  LUKE GARTSIDE 19TH OCTOBER 2018 [This is an excerpt from ‘Fickle Frontiers; The Unlikely Pioneers’ – featured in Volume 255. To read the article in full get your copy here, or subscribe now to never miss an issue.] When the future King of Denmark made his annual visit to the Faroe Islands at the end of August, […]