Category Archives: Surf

Beaches in Southern California are being closed as officials expect small waves from the devastating 8.9 earthquake in Japan.

Officials said the energy from the massive quake could cause changes in the ocean currents. The unusual change in currents…

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Non-profit humanitarian organization, SurfAid International, announced yesterday, the launch of their new website surfaidinternational.org. SurfAid is now into its 12th year of work in the remote island chain off Sumatra, Indonesia, after being started by a group of concerned surfers in 2000.

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It’s a bummer surfing over trash floating in the ocean, but did you ever think of surfing on trash? RISD art graduate and founder of Spirare Surfboards, Kevin Cunningham, thought so.
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The photograph has survived decades and it is considered the first picture of a surfer. The Hawaiian beach boy is photographed wearing a traditional loin cloth and shown standing in the shallows holding his rudimentary board. The surf treasure dates back to 1890 and will be sold by auction next Thursday in the UK. Continue reading

It’s Valentine’s Day! Take your sweetheart to the beach and teach her how to surf!

The Kook’s Guide To Surfing by Jason Borte demystifies walking on water and illustrates the steps towards a simple and safe, yet electrifying, experience. From your first wave to your last.

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