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Students Build Garden Friendly To Ocean & Butterflies

This project got started when Surfrider-First Coast Chapter Ocean Friendly Garden (OFG) Coordinator, Paul Hayden, got a request from Fletcher Middle School Art Teacher, Chris Hicks (in Jacksonville Beach, Florida), to help turn three garden spots at the School into Ocean Friendly Butterfly Gardens.

Scott Keeps Breaking Them Boards

Joe reclines on Scott's latest bustage (at Goff's north o'Napeague). I'm sure his fin is benefiting from the experience. Oh wait... (Photo from the Earl of Kielt's Facebook page).

Sunday Funday?

The coastal marine forecast is calling for 15-20 gusting to 30 on Sunday. The iWindsurf computer models also smile upon the Sabbath. From the west What say ye, men of wind and water? Sebonac? Mayhaps the ocean if it goes...

The Pursuit of Saltiness

Nice Friday clip from surfer, photographer, artist, Kat Charles: The Pursuit of Saltiness from Kat Charles on Vimeo.

Oh Chanel! You've done it again.

So, it has come to this. And obviously, I can't let such a thing go by without posting it here in all it's contrived, luxury, haute couture, ridiculous glory. Here you have it, Gisele Budchen, supermodel, not riding a not waxed surfboard:(Note: I cannot find who the surfer - the actual surfer doing surfing - is in this clip. Show More Summary

Montauk, NY: Don’t Bag our Beach!

The Eastern Long Island Chapter has successfully grabbed the attention of their local newspaper by protesting a plan by the Army Corps to build up the beach of downtown Montauk with GeoTubes. A recent, unsolicited editorial noted the...Show More Summary


Come for an early surf but don't stay too long – it tends to get crowded here.  Trains come and go frequently so you have relatively easy access from the city.  Bring a bike or skateboard as beach is a good walk from the train.  If you need any gear, check out the surf shop […]


On Sao Miguel Island in Azores Arquipelago, you'll find Santa Barbara's bowly, hollow beachbreaks.  There are shifty wedging peaks at this spot due to the outer reef (which is actually the rim of an extinct volcano). Photo courtesy of:


A beautiful beach in Puerto Rico. There is a large car park adjacent to the beach. If you happen to be there the week of July 4th, check out the International Playero Los Tubos de Manatí Festival which hosts a series of concerts with some of Latin America's most talented musicians. Come back in the winter months […]


Good, fun spot in Spain. This break can hold size well, but grab the log on smaller days! It tends to get a bit mushy below waist high.


Great surf spot, anyone can learn here.  Generally small surf year round, but during hurricane season this break can go off! Photo courtesy of:


Nice sand beach, with easy going local sufers. Easy to access by car. Photo courtesy of:

Good vibes ft. Danny Kater

The Dutch freestyler Danny Kater has put together a clip with freestyle action from Fuerte and Amstelmeer.

Double Forward Loop – Ricardo Campello

Today Ricardo Campello won the Single Elimiation and most probably the PWA Wave event in La Torche. We filmed this Double Forward during the winners final against Thomas Traversa.


That is how it is done. Double Forward Loop with 11 fresh stitches in the foot. Today in the morning Ricardo Campello did an Air Chacho at the Gran Canaria Wind and Waves Festival, crashed...

Summer Routine 2014 – Video

Nico Hauschke produced a nice clip about Rick Jendrusch at his home spot Brouwersdam.

Federico Infantino at Ho’okipa – Video

Wave action at Ho'okipa by Federico "Fede" Infantino filmed by Elisa Mariani

Erik de Landmeter at Domburg – Video

Sven Akerboom edited a stylish clip of Dutch wave rider Erik.

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