Surfers on the rocks at "Côte des Basques" Biarritz Vidéo qui démontre que le spot de la côte des basques peut se transformer en véritable piège à marée haute. La session passe du rêve au cauchemar. Faites circuler le film pour informer les surfeurs des dangers du spot !
C'est une première mondiale : un mascaret a été surfé en surf foil ! Le résultat est le spectacle magique d'une glisse pure sur cette onde lunaire. Un exploit dont nous sommes d'autant plus fiers qu'il a été réalisé en France par notre ambassadeur Ludovic Dulou.
“It takes a special sort of mindset to truly discover something” - Captain Martin Daly.
Martin Daly was born in Australia but has spent his life searching for some of the best undiscovered surf spots in the most remote parts of the world. He now runs a world renown surf charter business in Indonesia, the Indies Trader fleet. He takes us back to one of his earliest discoveries, the breaks off the coast of the Mentawais, and brings Felicity Palmateer, Mikala Jones, Marlon Gerber, Tatiana Weston-Webb, Anthony Walsh, and Kai Lenny along for the ride.
Special thanks to:
The Indies Trader for the adventure https://www.indiestrader.com/
Peter Morrison and Martin Daly for archival footage.
The National Museum of World Cultures for archival photos.
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Join the movement and view more stunning ocean content at http://oneworldoneocean.org/movement -- A mother gray whale lifted up her calf, seemingly to help it get a better view of the excited onlookers, and we caught it all on camera.
West Mersea Duckpunts sailing down wind to the Strood on a lovely mild Sunday in February. A very high tide meant that we could sail over the marshes and along the Strood, which is the road that joins the island with the mainland.
Punting on a late October day 2010 to Salcott Creek through punt alley.
The launching and first sail of Daves new punt. "Tipsey Moth" also affectionately known as Richard III due to the colour was launched on 29th January 2012. Fantastic but very cold sail up to Samson's Creek and a messabout in the salt marshes, just what punting is all about.
Jim Coffey fires up the 18 meter Cascada Truchas in an open canoe, breaking the record set twenty years earlier by Steve Fraizer. For more on the historic descent and the Mexico Mission, check out Cross Strokin' 5 and whitewater.ca
An attempt to give some of the flavours of the ocean and try to explain what motivates me to relish challenges such as rowing across the Atlantic Ocean.
"Expeditions are about pitting yourself against nature. This project has frustrated me because much of the struggle has instead been within ourselves (nausea, hunger, exhaustion) and our immediate environment (seats designed during the Spanish Inquisition). Last night though I experienced the addictive sensation I have enjoyed so often on hills and mountains, deserts and rivers. That is the outpouring of “a kind of glory that lights up the mind of a man” and which comes with surviving and thriving in the world’s wild places and relishing the variety, the beauty and the ferocity of nature..."
Much more on our journey can be found at alastairhumphreys.com/category/expeditions/atlantic-row/
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Sea Fever - John Masefield
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VERTICAL LINES is a Central California surf film covering from San Francisco to San Luis Obispo Area that is being made by Kyle Buthman and Perry Gershkow. The Film is set to premiere June 2016. Stay Tuned for more Info
Squid fisherman Kevin Reynolds was working off the coast of Big Sur when he spotted a site that once used to be customary in the Monterey Bay - a shiver of 50 basking sharks, the second-largest fish in the world.