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Every surfer should go to Hawaii. It’s the birthplace of modern surfing and has amazing waves and incredible history.
However, if you do go, there’s a few rules that need to be adhered to. Sometimes it’s easier to know what not to do, so here are the 10 Hawaiian Anti-Commandments. Mpora.com created a list Things You Shouldn’t Do When You Go On A Surf Trip To Hawaii.
Read carefully, then book your flights.
Earlier this year, surfing champion Kelly Slater chose not to renew his sponsorship contract with Quiksilver, after over two decades as the face of the troubled surfwear giant. Instead, he called up designer and fellow surfer John Moore (who was, this year, named American GQ Best New Menswear Designer for his surf lifestyle label M.Nii) to help him put his long held ambitions of launching his own brand into action.
No where in the world has as many good waves as Indo. Fact. tracksmag.com created a list of 10 Indo’s Best waves. Any we’ve missed?
By now you’ve watched the video of the Globe team accepting an award for year’s best film at the Surfer Poll Awards and Noa Deane and Dion Agius were a bit of a spectacle on stage. Dion Agius mentioned Xanax. Noa Deane flipped the bird and said “Fuck the WSL.” And not everyone liked it.
With these family friendly surf trip destinations, you can keep everyone happy. Whether it be in Mexico or Samoa, surfers, non-surfers and those in between can all have a fantastic vacation.
Big-wave surfer catches 60-foot wave at famous Portugal surfing spot but wipes out on similar wave, gets beaten up by subsequent waves before towed to safety.
Surfers only ride a wave for an average time of six seconds and the waves of their lives only happen from time to time.
The first time Darryl Virostko surfed waves as tall as three-story buildings at Mavericks, the legendary surf spot some 50 miles north of here, he was high on acid.
Anyone who has ever ventured down to their local surf spot will know that they are home to a colourful bunch of people. Those who are surfers might even find themselves reading about one of the following characters thinking that it all sounds very familiar. And if you haven’t ever had the sheer joy of encountering these guys we suggest that you head on down to the beach with this guide in tow. It’s a little like birdwatching or train spotting but in our opinion far more entertaining. Enjoy!
Surfing, like other sports, is learned and perfected though the process of trial and error. Surfers catch thousands of waves and fine-tune their performance according to their level of motivation and natural ability. It goes without saying that some surfers are more capable of exceling than others. But with a higher level of aptitude comes the potential to earn a living through surfing.