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The world needs help. Somebody’s got to do something. Maybe it could be you?
Put your feet up in front of Mother Nature’s widescreen.
Franz Orsi discovers that a country with one of the longest west facing coastlines on the planet promises potential outside of the surf zone too
If you like your sand dredging beach breaks served with a side order of nasi goreng, you’ll probably like it here.
Winter in Norway, where the water freezes between the diamond grip on your deck pad. Jump in with Kai Nicholas Steimer.
The Big Lap:
Ben Degnan quit work, loaded up a camper with the family and a couple of sup boards, and went anti-clockwise around Australia, ticking off every big name break along the way…
The Ionian Sea:
Bethany Mercer took her watercolours and floppy brimmed hat, but no map, for an island hopping odyssey along Greece.
The Olympic Peninsula:
A largely unexplored coastline and empty waves on the mainland USofA? You be your sweet bippy.
“Grit and character are not formed in the sunny sands and swells of summer” – Finn Mullen. You have been warned.
The Family Sheen:
Dave ‘Sheeno’ Sheen is the man that got away (with his family) and now runs empty reef sup surfing charters deep in the South Pacific. Here’s how he did it.
A Line Between the Tides:
Paddling the entire length of Britain’s longest county coastline is possible, but can Matt Button do it?
Maui on a Shoestring:
Maria Andres comes bouncing into view with this cheery guide to making your crumbling currency go further in the land of the mighty dollar.
Warm up for winter….or not…Does a lion limber up before chasing its prey? #mythsbusted
Sian Sykes helps get your head in gear for your first paddling expedition.
Test Editor Dave Ewer runs a quiver of COTAN surf shapes against a classic shape to see where the advantages lie. These include the JP Slate 8’0 Wood, Naish Mana 8’10 GS, Starboard Hypernut 8͛6 Starlite and the RRD Morpho 9’0 Wood. Editor Dom Moore tests the Redwood Funbox 12’6.
The Close Out:
Aaron Rowe, as good as they always said he was. So what’s next?
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