It’s fall and the swells are already good enough to break out the GoPro. Well that’s the thinking of Grant Davis and who am I to argue with these lush shots? Shots so good you could bottle them and call them Sambuca! You’d end up drinking 20 of them before passing out with a bruised [...]
Blaine Suque had been working a new surf film project for nearly three months before deciding to chop up the parts of his travels by country. Here’s the part where he gets to enjoy waves in Mexico and live the Tequila dream. If jealousy were a country I’d be China!
Six Senses was a fund-raising event hosted by Water/Wo/Men in the Maldives for the benefit of Blue Marine Foundation, Plant a Fish and Water Charity. Here’s a highlights reel straight off the floor of a Hollywood director so black and white and beautifully shot it is.
Before four big wave-riding strangers visited Britain in 1966 from Australia and America, the huge British waves of the Cribbar were feared and untested. But following the lead of these four young men British surfing changed in a big way. Here is the tale of that fateful endeavour.
You do not need gills to be the best surfer in the water, just raw talent and passion will do. Kolohe Andino proved this during the Brazil Open in Arpoador back in October. Master crafter.
Ah, what a satisfying feeling it must be to master these barrels in the Mentawaiis. Charly Martin sure is a lucky fella.