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Epic Drone Footage of Malibu’s Big Wednesday with Laird Hamilton

I love these drone shots – they allow a completely different perspective on the lineup. I did visit Malibu about 20 years ago and found it a hustling, busy urban spot with plenty of grafitti decorating the concrete – this drone shot seems to capture it well. Some of the locals were saying that it […]

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SUP edit from Huntington Beach & Mexico

Great SUP edit from Huntington Beach & Mexico by the Vaz Brothers

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Postcard from Ireland

“top fekin surf crystal clear water and sunshine just park on beach ” Southern Ireland yesteday.

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Wow, what a week of SUP, Surf and Windsurf

Stand Up Paddle Board, Cornwall

I had a couple of sessions last week that I would rate as my best ever, and although full power flat water sailing in my shortie wetsuit on my (rarely used) 90l board would count amongst one the best, last nights wavesailing at Mothecombe offered great conditions at a spot which can be fickle at […]

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Nuts Weekend of Surf, SUP and Windsurf

Another fantastic weekend which started with some nice clean waves and very warm sea and air temperatures. The tides were a bit high on Saturday morning for the small clean waves we had, so I choose to SUP from Wacker Quay to St Germans. Absolutely stunning journey – was similar to the River Dart. Unfortunately […]

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Forecast 9/3/11

Weather more unsettled. Cold front went through last night with dampness & w wind. NW winds today, but not nearly enough to get out for windsurf – maybe enough for a kite at the right spot. Tomorrow sees strengthening w winds – should be good day for windsurfing & kitesurfing. Similar on Friday with winds […]

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France roadtrip Autumn 2010

Last Sep spent 15 days down SW France, about 50 miles North of Biarritz. Having been going down there now for 20 years now, rather than just viewing it my surfing blinkers on, checked it out from windsurfing & kitesurfing point of view also. Typical summer weather is AM x-offshore gradient winds caused by high […]

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