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Everyday Surfer Problems: Efficiency in Movement

Everyday Surfer Problems: Efficiency in Movement

The Everyday Surfer Problems series by Jez Browning of UniSURFity aims to make you a better surfer. And let’s face it, pretty much everyone wants to improve their surfing. That’s why you’re here in the first place. Looking for the best waves in your area, or where to go on a surf trip. Maybe you’re looking at new kit: fins, a board to go faster, get vertical, or make more sections. And yes equipment is important, good waves are important, but technique is everything.

How To Slow Down: 5 Fantastic Tube Stalls

How To Slow Down: 5 Fantastic Tube Stalls

Speed! You’re constantly being told you need it, that good surfin’ is all about it. Yet sometimes, sometimes, you gotta pump the brakes. Hit the anchors, park it. Chiefly, when you want to pull in. The tricky thing is, slowing down enough to match the speed of the lip line and stay tunnelled, but not stopping altogether into an unrecoverable tis-was. Here surfeuropemag.com give us 5 Fantastic Tubes Stalls to try for the next swell.

Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

Can You Do Traveling Indonesia in Two Weeks?

The world’s largest archipelago nation, its 17,000-odd islands are spattered across more than 3,000 miles of the equator.

Its 250 million inhabitants speak more than 700 languages and practice six official religions, not to mention a range of animist traditions.

One calculation suggests it would take 48 years to visit all of Indonesia. Yet, if two weeks is all you have, that shouldn’t stop you from discovering this diverse nation.

Video: See Indonesia Like Never Before With Muklis Anwar And Bol

Video: See Indonesia Like Never Before With Muklis Anwar And Bol

Surfing has long been synonymous with road trips. Before tide charts and surf cams, surfers trailed the coastlines in search of treasures. Treasures full of epic waves and empty lineups. Road trips were journeys of discovery, but also of adventure. Uncharted roads that were traveled 50 years ago by surf pioneers are still being traveled […]

Bali is Sinking in a Sea of Empty Hotel Rooms

Bali is Sinking in a Sea of Empty Hotel Rooms

With an estimated 130,000 rooms for rent every night in Bali, many of which remain empty, it should be apparent to even the most casual observer that Bali is in a critical oversupply situation.

Best Surfing Boat Trips You’ll Ever Take

Best Surfing Boat Trips You’ll Ever Take

A boat trip is something that every surfer wants to do. It’s a sort of rite of passage for anyone that dreams of perfect, empty waves with nothing but a few friends and crystal clear water. There’s just something about the idea of a bunch of friends cruising up to a perfect wave, surfing all day, then retiring for a sunset aboard a gently rocking vessel, beers in hand and sunburns galore. But before you start planning, there are a few spots you need to know about.

Photos: This Week at Lakey Peak

Photos: This Week at Lakey Peak

There was a swell coming for the end of January and our photographer packed and went to Sumbawa. The weather wasn’t the best but waves were really fun. 3-5 ft with occasional 6ft sets. This is what he brought back. Enjoy and Sampai jumpa!

Dugong Discovered Chained in Underwater Cages in Indonesia

Dugong Discovered Chained in Underwater Cages in Indonesia

The adult dugong was reportedly chained in a cage while her calf was kept nearby in a separate enclosure. Photos and video of the animals were captured by a group of divers near the remote island of Kokoya, off North Maluku.