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Not Enough Balls in the Water

Has it really been a month since I posted? Sorry about that. There have been some more small wave sessions I didn't write about. I've travelled, been busy.And today I was woken up by waves.They weren't small. The wave report said up to one foot overhead. Show More Summary

In which I take off on the biggest wave of my life---and...

A day after the humongous waves of Hurricane Danny, I expected things to have quieted down a lot, but they really haven't. There are still some five to six foot waves out there, I judge by watching people ride them. But I decide to go in anyway. Show More Summary

Earth Day and Ocean Pollution Awareness

Today, 4/22/15, is a really special day. On Earth Day we pay homage to our home, our planet; Earth. It is a day for recognizing and continuing our behavioral practice in protecting our environment. However, we have not really been on our best behavior with dealing with the environment, nor have we changed our brutal […]

PWA World Cup Mondial du Vent 2015 – Photo Gallery

Steven van Broeckhoven wins the Single Elimination at the PWA World Cup in Leucate in front of Gollito Estredo, Kiri Thode and Amado Vrieswijk. Watch some pictures from the day of competition. The post PWA World Cup Mondial du Vent 2015 – Photo Gallery appeared first on Continentseven.

Nixon Ultratide Brings Surf Data To Your Wrist

Nixon today (April 22, 2015) announced the launch of their smartest surf watch ever. It’s called the Ultratide and not only does it have have the tide, but it has all the surf metrics that are important to surfers thanks to a partnership with Surfline. The Ultratide features Bluetooth® wireless technology to provide you with […]

Palos Verdes diver surprised by gray whales in kelp; swims down and strokes the calf

Daniel Joline said his recent encounter with a mother and baby gray whale in the kelp off the Palos Verdes Peninsula was so bizarre and surprising that it almost seemed unreal. Joline was spearfishing with a friend when he peered down and spotted the whales swimming slowly through the amber forest. Show More Summary

Part 4: 4 Steps to Creating an Ocean Friendly Garden

Having read about two cool gardens and their benefits, you may be getting prepared to create your own. Here's how!

The Family That Sails Together

Liz Patton posted this photo of Mike Burns and chickadees in Cape Hatteras on Facebook. Had to repost it!

N.Y. photographer captures four rainbows in one image

Quadruple #Rainbow at #glencove ny @LIRR station Today will be 4 pots of #gold #lucky #chasetherainbow #aprilshowers pic.twitter.com/4YUUveJuy6 — Amanda Curtis (@amanda_curtis) April 21, 2015 Amanda Curtis is hoping to find not one, but four pots of gold after spotting and photographing a rare quadruple rainbow Tuesday morning in Glen Cove, New York. Show More Summary

Teaser: True Wind – a windsurf and art project

In "True Winds" the Austrian windsurfer Max Matissek brings windsurfing to locations, where it is impossible to windsurf. Watch a first teaser... The post Teaser: True Wind – a windsurf and art project appeared first on Continentsev...

Seawalls and Sea Level Rise: Not a Winning Course of Action at Sharp Park

This article reviews the California Coastal Commission's recent grant of a Coastal Development Permit to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department for developments at Sharp Park golf course, and the Surfrider Foundation San Francisco chapter's ongoing campaign to restore and protect Sharp Park, particularly, from coastal armoring.

Grubby – Paul Simmerl

Grubby by the Austrian windsurfer Paul Simmerl filmed at Lake Neusiedl, Austria. The post Grubby – Paul Simmerl appeared first on Continentseven.

Riding storm Stefan at Leba

In the middle of April storm "Stefan" hit the Baltic coast. The two Polish windsurfers Luca Trzaskowski and Michal Palyska drove to Leba (Poland) and got some nice conditions. Watch their video. The post Riding storm Stefan at Leba appeared first on Continentseven.

Marc Pare in waves

Marc Pare Rico (E-334) - 16 years of age - from Manlleu, Catalonia scored great Euro conditions in the Mediterranean Sea. The post Marc Pare in waves appeared first on Continentseven.

Graham Ezzy in Aloha Moments

Watch some amazing footage from Graham Ezzy at Ho'okipa. The post Graham Ezzy in Aloha Moments appeared first on Continentseven.

4.2 and a Thief at The Bowl

4.2! Giant airs! Four turn front-side down the line waveriding! I missed it, but Jeff didn't. Nor did Scott, the Wolf, Jon, Pav, Bruce and Eric. It sounded so sweet...I haven't sailed in the ocean in six months, and haven't...

SIC Gives Back At Ike Imua

All photos courtesy of Erik Aeder. For the past few years, we’ve been taking part in an incredible few events with the Paddle Imua Ohana over on the island of Maui. Ike Imua is a family friendly event that aims to invite children with special needs and disabilities to enjoy a day of paddling in [...]

SIC F-14 Wide-Glide featured in OUTSIDE Summer Buyer’s Guide 2015

San Clemente, CA (April 14, 2015) – OUTSIDE, America’s leading active lifestyle brand, has selected SIC Maui (Sandwich Islands Composites) to be featured in their Summer Buyer’s Guide as among the best gear to have for the summer sports season. SIC F-14 Wide-Glide was reviewed in the Stand Up Paddleboard category. The entire selection of [...]

slalom racing is back!

Lots of slalom racing planned for this summer in San Francisco and the Delta with 3 different race series in the works! After a trial run last season, slalom is back on the schedule at the St. Francis Yacht Club. 4 dedicated slalom races are being run as part of the Friday Night Series on May 29, June 26, July 24 & August 21. Show More Summary

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